- Article Type: General
- Product: Aleph
- Product Version: 20
An "Event not found" message occurs in trying to connect to the server, such as:
setenv: Event not found or
0: Event not found
"Event not found" indicates a problem with one of the setenv lines either in $alephe_root/aleph_start or ./aleph_start.private.
* In the case of "setenv: Event not found" one of the setenv's in aleph_start had been commented out using an exclamation mark ("!"). To comment out a line in a script such as this, a hash mark ("#") needs to be used.
* In the case of "0: Event not found", the setenv was defective:
setenv IP2_STARTUP_LIBS ... (should be SIP2_STARTUP_LIBS ...)
(Note: The error should not prevent the performance of functions on the server unrelated to the erroneous setenv.)
1. Correct the erroneous aleph_start or aleph_start.private setenv line.
> source aleph_start
or run aleph_shutdown/aleph_startup.
See KB 4112 ("Comment character in ALEPH tables") in regard to the use of "!" vs. "#" in commenting lines.**
Category: System Management (500)
- Article last edited: 10/8/2013