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Re: connection refused to a remote PMCD

To: Jie Xu <jxu004@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: connection refused to a remote PMCD
From: Kevin Wang <kjw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 23:23:45 -0800
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 From Jie Xu
>  The log says no route to the host, connection refused. 
>  eg. From host haoscar, type following command:  
>  #pminfo -h oscarnode1 kernel

If you're getting a 'no route to host' error, that typically means you
can't ping the host either.

connection refused typically means that the pmcd isn't listening on
the network.

You can verify that it is listening on the network (on the server half)
with "netstat -na | grep LISTEN | grep :4321 " where port 4321 is the
default pmcd port number.

   - Kevin

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