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How do I get 12.0.1.3298 dbmlmon to stop failing with "I/O error when receiving authentication result"?

"%SQLANY12%\bin64\mlsrv12.exe"^
  -c "DSN=cons;UID=dba;PWD=sql"^
  -o mlsrv12_log_cons.txt^
  -os 10M^
  -ppv 60^
  -vcefhkmnopstuU^
  -zu+

"%SQLANY11%\bin32\mlmon.exe" -u mlmon -x tcpip(host=localhost)

asked 04 May '11, 10:40

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edited 04 May '11, 10:41


The ML Monitor version has to match the ML Server version. It looks like you are trying to use a version 11 ML Monitor with a version 12 ML server:

> "%SQLANY12%\bin64\mlsrv12.exe"
...
> "%SQLANY11%\bin32\mlmon.exe"

What happens when you use "%SQLANY12%\bin64\mlmon.exe" instead?

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answered 04 May '11, 18:22

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edited 05 May '11, 06:07

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doh! ... bin32 and bin64\mlmon both work with the bin64\mlsrv12... as long as it is SQLANY12 rather than 11. Well, at least that error message is documented now ( here :)

(05 May '11, 06:04) Breck Carter
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oh, and if you want a \ to appear, you have to code two \\

(05 May '11, 06:06) Breck Carter
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FYI, in my answer I switched to bin64 for version 12 to highlight the availability of 64-bit admin tools in version 12.

(06 May '11, 17:32) Graham Hurst
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