Runnink Mobilink on linux with SQL Anywhere DB on same linux
I am trying to run a Mobilink 11.0.1 server on a Linux box
with an SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 consolidaed database on the same
The database is starting without any problem but I have
problem launching mobiink to connect to the database.
I run mobilink with the following command :
-o "/opt/db/mlserver.log" -os 1048600 -dl -v+ -zu+ -fr -ud
The server doesn't start and the log says :
E. 2009-09-24 13:58:05. <Main> [-10002] Consolidated
database server or ODBC e...moving data from SQL Anywhere 9 to ASE on Linux
I have a Windows application (Lexware Financial Office Pro) that uses
SQL Anywhere 9 database.
Both application and the database run on the same machine (workstation).
I would like to separate the database from the application, and move the
database to another machine, preferably running Linux.
Is it possible to dump the contents of SQL Anywhere 9 running on
Windows, import it to ASE 15 Express Edition running on Linux, and then
expect that everything will run flawlessly?
The database itself is very small, about 20 MBs.
Or perhaps there is some major difference between S...SQL Anywhere Studio 8.0.1 ODBC Connection Problems Between Windows & Linux
I'm experiencing difficulty connecting via ODBC from a Windows NT client
machine to a Linux server machine. The ODBC Administration tool on NT
allows me to connect to the ASA instance but not to a specified
database. The error I receive is "Request to start/stop database
denied". I'm able to successfully connect from NT to Linux when the
Linux server is on the same IP subnet as the NT client machine. Very
strange. It is also significant to note that it appears to be an ODBC
only problem. I've drawn this conclusion because I'm able to connect
via ...SQL-AnyWhere for Linux?
some weeks ago, I read that there is a version of SQL-Anywhere for Linux.
Now I'm interested in - and could not find it again.
Is there any version for Linux? Will you ever create one? Or will the
unix-version run with linux?
Linux would be a very cheap instead of Microsoft - and is much easier to
Thank's for any comments.
>some weeks ago, I read that there is a version of SQL-Anywhere for Linux.
>Now I'm interested in - and could not find it again.
>Is there any version for Linux? Will you ever creat...Sql anywhere for linux
Sorry, dont speak inglish......but I need your help....
I need run SQL Anywhere 7 in linux....please help mi......
Rosario, Santa fe. Argentina
Jorge Fontana wrote:
> Sorry, dont speak inglish......but I need your help....
> I need run SQL Anywhere 7 in linux....please help mi......
Do you have SQLAnywhere 7.x for Linux and you want to know how to run
it? Or are you looking for the software?
Have you purchased licenses for it?
Which distro and version of Linux are you using?
-- ...Sql Anywhere and Linux
it would be possible to use the server of SQLANYEWHERE in the linux ?
Abner Graham Jacobsen
SQL Anywhere will not run on Linux.
Jim Egan [TeamPS]
Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc. http://www.dyn-data.com
It will Now!!
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Jim Egan wrote in message ...
>SQL Anywhere will not run on Linux.
>Jim Egan [TeamPS]
>Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc. http://www.dyn-data.com
Oh? Won't i...SQL Anywhere for Linux!
On Feb 1 Sybase released a press announcement that Sybase expects to deliver
a beta version of SQL Anywhere Studio for Linux in the first quarter of
1999, and that it will have the full technical support of Sybase's other
core platforms. This is as close a statement of Linux direction that I have
seen from Sybase. This gives serious developers a database that will be
fully supported into the future, unlike ASE, which is not. This is great
The lack of official direction on ASE, and the promised release of SQL
Anywhere Studio for Linux as a fully supported product should g...SQL Anywhere on Linux
A couple of weeks ago, Jim Egan posted a link to an announcement that
SQL Anywhere Studio has been released on Linux. (Here's the link again,
in case you missed it the first time.)
I'm in the process of installing Red Hat Linux 6.0 on one of my
machines, and have a couple of questions:
1. Is this SQL Anywhere as in v5.5.04, now available for Linux, or is
this the ASA (6.0) product?
2. The announcement says it is compatible with Red Hat Linux 5.1 and
5.2. Does anybody know for a fact that it _will_not_ work for Red Ha...Migrate SQL Server 2005 to SQL Anywhere 11 Linux
New to Sybase and tools, and SQL Server. Does anyone have
instructions/steps to migrate a SQL Server 2005 windows
database to SQL Anywhere 11 Linux? Can a product called
PowerDesigner do it and are there any documented steps? Are
there any documented approaches or tools or steps? Task is
to get SQL Servers (tables, procs, functions, whole thing)
to Anywhere 11 ASAP. Basically lift database from Microsoft
vendor solution to instead a Sybase vendor solution.
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charset...Question :Linux box Linux to the ASE server
I have setup up an ASE server on my redhat 6.0, i tried to link this
server from another computer which running the winNT(open client is
and it is works very well.
and i want to link(use) the ASE server from another Linux(also installed
How can i do ?
i guess i should first install something just like the open client like
my WinNT box and then install some Admin tools
Please give me advice,
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> Hello there,
> I ha...Same machine: ASE 12.5.3 Linux vs ASE 12.5.3 Windows
We had a report from one of our clients recently that our Sybase ASE-based
app was running slowly on their new Linux box. As we develop internally
against ASE on Windows we thought it would be an interesting test to install
both the Windows and Linux flavors of ASE 12.5.3 onto the same server and
look at the relative performance.
We used a Dell PowerEdge 1950 with 2 x Intel Xeon 3.73GHz dual core
On one drive we put SuSE Enterprise Linux Server 10 x86-64, and on the other
we put Windows Server 2003 Std R2 64-bit edition. Both were fresh-off-the-CD
...Platform for SQL anywhere for Linux
I want to know on which platform the SQL Anywhere for Linux can be
run, specifically, will it run on SuSE 7.0 for S/390 or will it
run only on SuSE for Intel
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> I want to know on which platform the SQL Anywhere for Linux can be
> run, specifically, will it run on SuSE 7.0 for S/390 or will it
> run only on SuSE for Intel
...problem running GW7 on Linux (Linux expert needed)
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distros of linux, and we're not all switching to suse. Secondly, I've=20
had decent luck with the groupwise 6.5 client, however the 7.0 client=20
refuses to run. Is there a list of libraries required to run 7.0?
Here's the problem i run into:
(nik@kaizoku)/opt/novell/groupwise/...sql anywhere studio for linux
Where can I find SQL Anywhere Studio (SAS) 7.0 for Redhat Linux 7.0. I've
been to the web site but it seems that only SQL Anywhere Enterprise is
available. Is there a difference between Studio and Enterprise???? Thank
I can find it in Sybase web.
But it is just a Evaluation Copy.
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> Where can I find SQL Anywhere Studio (SAS) 7.0 for Redhat Linux 7.0. I've
> been to the web site but it seems that only SQL Anywhere Enterpris...