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PWNotify - why did you stop heartbeating...

Was running PWNotify as eDir on 127.0.0.1:18108 as Lothar ships his
packages.

Worked in Dev. IN prod, the listener will not stay open and the driver
dies complaining the Sub channel is not connecting or somesuch.

And by asking this, I found the answer.

I had set a driver password... But no Application password. This is
eDir looping on itself, so if no passwords, fine, but if there is a
Driver, you need Application to be the same.

Good grief. Totally missed that. I think I need a new PWNotify
troubleshooting article. 🙂

Ignore me.
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Re: PWNotify - why did you stop heartbeating...

Are you using the eDirectory driver, or Loopback? I can think of one
bundled reason to use the eDirectory driver over Loopback, so maybe that's it.

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Re: PWNotify - why did you stop heartbeating...

Geoffrey Carman wrote:

> Ignore me.


Really? 😉
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