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IP clash in the PC

Hi,
In my PC, eth0 is not up because of IP address clash (another PC is
using the same IP address). I tried to execute a file which has set
of insert commands. After executing the file, when I go and see the
database, no rows are inserted. I redirected the output to another
file. It shows success for all inserts, but no rows in database. This
is happening only when the PC has IP clash, that too not all times. I
wasn't able to trace out the problem as it is occuring rarely.

Steps followed :
==============

1. Linux installation (PC with IP adderss clash)
2. Running psql -U corview manager -f "filename" >> out

Can any one help me regarding this.

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Nov 23 '05 #1
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On 8/25/2004 9:32 AM, Deepa K wrote:
Hi,
In my PC, eth0 is not up because of IP address clash (another PC is
using the same IP address). I tried to execute a file which has set
of insert commands. After executing the file, when I go and see the
database, no rows are inserted. I redirected the output to another
file. It shows success for all inserts, but no rows in database. This
is happening only when the PC has IP clash, that too not all times. I
wasn't able to trace out the problem as it is occuring rarely.
So the database server is responding with transaction commits while
ignoring what you updated? I have a hard time to believe that. Are you
sure that you are contacting the right database server while there is an
IP address clash in progress?
Jan

Steps followed :
==============

1. Linux installation (PC with IP adderss clash)
2. Running psql -U corview manager -f "filename" >> out

Can any one help me regarding this.

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Nov 23 '05 #2
Hi,
Yes, in other PC, PG is running. But, PG load is not getting load. And
also I think it is possible to reach the other PC from this PC as Eth0
is not up (because of clash).

1. Load running PC - Eth0 is not up
2. Other PC - Eth0 is up
The only thing *I* can think of is... is the other computer using "your"
IP
address running a PG database? Is it possible the other computer is
getting
the PG load?

-Ben

On Wednesday 25 August 2004 06:32, you wrote:
Hi,
In my PC, eth0 is not up because of IP address clash (another PC
is
using the same IP address). I tried to execute a file which has set
of insert commands. After executing the file, when I go and see the
database, no rows are inserted. I redirected the output to another
file. It shows success for all inserts, but no rows in database. This
is happening only when the PC has IP clash, that too not all times. I
wasn't able to trace out the problem as it is occuring rarely.

Steps followed :
==============

1. Linux installation (PC with IP adderss clash)
2. Running psql -U corview manager -f "filename" >> out

Can any one help me regarding this.

--
regards,
Deepa K

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