Informix Error Messages and Error Codes From Error 55236 to 55251
Informix Error Code -55236 Shared memory is being initialized or aborted, or onprobe version does not match the database server version (INFORMIXSERVER ‘server-name’).
Verify that the database server is initialized and that its shared memory exists. Use the ‘oninit -V’ and ‘onprobe -V’ commands to check versions of oninit and onprobe. The versions should be identical.
Informix Error Code -55250 socket() failed.
The possible causes of this error include:
The TCP/IP networking subsystem is not up.
The table of open files for the system is temporarily full.
System buffer space is unavailable.
Informix Error Code -55251 Could not translate service name ‘shost-name’, getservbyname( ) failed.
A service that was intended for use by DB/Cockpit must be defined with the ‘tcp’ protocol name.
Service-name resolution follows this precedence:
1. NIS services map when NIS (Network Information Service) is running. If you added a new service to the /etc/services file on the NIS server, run the ‘ypmake’ command to update the services map. Check whether the ‘ypcat services’ command returns the specified service.
2. File /etc/services on the local computer.
Above are list of Informix Error Messages and Errors Codes or Status Codes or Exit Codes along with Error and Warning messages received while performing certain operation against Informix applications or related products.
What are Informix Error Messages?
All Informix messages returned by the Informix server are assigned an error code.
In general, each Informix error contains the following information:
• The Informix Error Code or Informix Error status
• The message text. This text is usually returned with the Error code. Some messages employ word substitution, where the word substituted represents the system-replacement of a term more specific to the occurrence.
• An explanation of how the error may have occurred.
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