When I backup array arise erros


#1

[scidb@localhost ~]$ /opt/scidb/14.3/bin/scidb_backup.py -s opaque mySavedArrays
iquery SystemException in file: src/network/BaseConnection.cpp function: connect line: 262
Error id: scidb::SCIDB_SE_NETWORK::SCIDB_LE_CONNECTION_ERROR
Error description: Network error. Error #system:111 when connecting to localhost:1239.

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/opt/scidb/14.3/bin/scidb_backup.py”, line 1698, in
sh = ScidbCommander(program_args)
File “/opt/scidb/14.3/bin/scidb_backup.py”, line 334, in init
self._hosts,self._instanceData = self._getHostInstanceData()
File “/opt/scidb/14.3/bin/scidb_backup.py”, line 388, in _getHostInstanceData
raise Exception(‘Error: unable to parse instance data from output!’)
Exception: Error: unable to parse instance data from output!

CentOS SciDB 14.3


#2

CentOS6.5


#3

It seems that either SciDB is not running or has crashed. The script is having a hard time running the query to list scidb instances. Can you please run the following command:
[ul]
[]iquery -c “host” -p “port” -ocsv -aq “list(‘instances’)” [/]
[/ul]
Substitute the machine name or ip of your coordinator for “host” and the port on which the coordinator is listening for “port”. After that, please post the output into the reply.


#4

[quote=“ilikhotkin”]It seems that either SciDB is not running or has crashed. The script is having a hard time running the query to list scidb instances. Can you please run the following command:
[ul]
[]iquery -c “host” -p “port” -ocsv -aq “list(‘instances’)” [/]
[/ul]
Substitute the machine name or ip of your coordinator for “host” and the port on which the coordinator is listening for “port”. After that, please post the output into the reply.[/quote]

thanks …
is solved