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dbmgr: oscp() failed

dbmgr: oscp() failed

This error can occur when carrying out an installation or upgrade on the Caliber Server.


A message similar to the below will appear in the command prompt when attempting to run 'dbmgr' commands:

 dbmgr: oscp() failed, Versant paths unknown, falling back to paths in registry
Full database path = C:\\Borland\\CaliberRMServer\\versant\\DB\\
Versant err#: 3009
Versant description:: E3009: NET_ECONNECT: Low level connect error ("vsl/vslsock.c", line 237)
[ oserr=`10061' ]
Warning: PError while getting priority



This can be resolved by following these steps:

 1. Open the ‘SERVICES’ file at the following folder location:


 C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc

You may need to open NOTEPAD as an administrator by right-clicking on the NOTEPAD icon and selecting the option to ‘RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR’ then browse to this folder from inside NOTEPAD and open the file.


 2. Manually add the following line to this file:

oscssd 5019/tcp #Borland CaliberRM DB connection service


 3. Save the change and then restart the machine.



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