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hacl-cfg/udp: bind: Address already in use

 
Bigbang_1
Frequent Advisor

hacl-cfg/udp: bind: Address already in use

I have that erro on hp-ux that are cluster.
hacl-cfg/udp: bind: Address already in use
thtat is lsof and netstat out.

root@brunhild[/]#lsof -i UDP:5302
COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
cmclconfd 998 root 3u IPv4 0xe000000188ad2740 0t0 UDP *:hacl-cfg (Idle)
root@brunhild[/]#lsof -i TCP:5302
COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
inetd 1461 root 12u IPv4 0xe0000001c6bc53c0 0t0 TCP *:hacl-cfg (LISTEN)
cmsnmpd 1986 root 8u IPv4 0xe00000018959b040 0t0 TCP localhost:49267->localhost:hacl-cfg (ESTABLISHED)
cmcld 3100 root 5u IPv4 0xe0000001893b7ac0 0t0 TCP localhost:49260->localhost:hacl-cfg (ESTABLISHED)
cmclconfd 3101 root 3u IPv4 0xe000000189119e40 0t0 TCP localhost:hacl-cfg->localhost:49260 (ESTABLISHED)
cmclconfd 3133 root 3u IPv4 0xe000000189837740 0t0 TCP localhost:hacl-cfg->localhost:49267 (ESTABLISHED)
cmgmsd 3145 root 6u IPv4 0xe000000189985580 0t0 TCP localhost:49275->localhost:hacl-cfg (ESTABLISHED)
cmclconfd 3156 root 3u IPv4 0xe000000189837ac0 0t0 TCP localhost:hacl-cfg->localhost:49275 (ESTABLISHED)

root@brunhild[/]#netstat -an | grep udp | grep 5302
udp 0 0 *.5302 *.*
udp 0 0 172.21.1.11.55302
5 REPLIES
rariasn
Honored Contributor

Re: hacl-cfg/udp: bind: Address already in use

Hi,

Verify /etc/services and /etc/inetd.conf files.

# grep hacl /etc/services
# grep 5303 /etc/services
# grep cmcl /etc/inetd.conf

- Reconfigure "inetd"

#inetd -c

rgs,
Bigbang_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: hacl-cfg/udp: bind: Address already in use

I've checked lsof and netstat but there is no another process that is use same port.

Maybe inetd -c but.
oracle RAC is running in this system.
is it (inetd -c) harmful?

Regards;
rariasn
Honored Contributor

Re: hacl-cfg/udp: bind: Address already in use

Hi,

No

# inetd -c

Reconfigure the Internet daemon; in other words, force the current inetd to reread /etc/inetd.conf. This option sends
the signal SIGHUP to the Internet daemon that is currently running. Any configuration errors that occur during the
reconfiguration are logged to the syslogd daemon facility.

rgs,
Bigbang_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: hacl-cfg/udp: bind: Address already in use

ok thanks.

My network connection is very high.I see at glance %67.

is it about that?

oracle have a inbound connection timed out.
Bigbang_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: hacl-cfg/udp: bind: Address already in use

My problem was solved