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SAS Cache locator service is not starting

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SAS Cache locator service is not starting

Hi There,

I am not able to start the cache locator service. While checking the gemfire command.log file i have seen as below

 

[info 2017/08/31 11:52:12.271 AEST <main> tid=0x1] Locator stopped

[severe 2017/08/31 11:52:12.271 AEST <main> tid=0x1] Could not bind locator to null[41,415]

 

In all the configuration files i have checked for DNS names,every thing looks fine. 

 

Can someone please help me in starting this service.

 

Thanks & Regards,

Sandeep


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Re: SAS Cache locator service is not starting

Posted in reply to sandeep_reddy
Hi All,
I don't know what went wrong. I have found .locator file as hidden file , I have deleted this file and restarted the sevices . Now Cache locator service came up.

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Re: SAS Cache locator service is not starting

Posted in reply to sandeep_reddy

I know little about gemfire, so just some things I've picked up over time....

 

1.) After you've stopped it using the sas.servers script

 

- Check that no gemfire processes are running (ps -ef | grep gemfire | grep -v grep) for UNIX. Kill if there are.

- Delete the gemfire state file

 

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Re: SAS Cache locator service is not starting

Posted in reply to sandeep_reddy

Hi,

 

looks like there is a process already running on 41415, meaning, the port is already used.

Can you check this?

 

Thanks

Anja

 

 

 

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Re: SAS Cache locator service is not starting

Posted in reply to sandeep_reddy
Hi All,
I don't know what went wrong. I have found .locator file as hidden file , I have deleted this file and restarted the sevices . Now Cache locator service came up.
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