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We are working with SA12.0.1 on Linux/Windows for Development goals ,sometimes we get error 'A database server with that name has already started'. It is difficult find which server with this name is running. From Sybase Central Connect windows we can get list of server names (button 'Find') but it is only partly list (may be it is depended of IP address zones!?).I will ask maybe exist some script(Linux/Windows) to find full list of database server names running on this moment in our LAN. Thanks in advance, Hanan Brener

asked 04 Jan '12, 12:34

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try the command line utility dblocate

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answered 04 Jan '12, 12:43

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Many thanks it help us.

(04 Jan '12, 13:19) HBrener
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