[Koha] Re: Problems making the Z3950 work
jronallo at gmail.com
Fri Oct 27 01:49:16 NZDT 2006
I don't know what Matthew's problem is, but I had the same error as
Todd. This is not just a problem of the daemon not running or a
browser error. Check your logs for these Bareword errors.
When I this problem I had the following kind of error messages:
Bareword "Net::Z3950::RecordSyntax::USMARC" not allowed while "strict
subs" in use at ./processz3950queue line 260.
Bareword "Net::Z3950::RecordSyntax::UNIMARC" not allowed while "strict
subs" in use at ./processz3950queue line 261.
Execution of ./processz3950queue aborted due to compilation errors.
Here's how I solved the problem:
Then I was running 2.2.5 now I'm running rel_2_2 out of cvs from the
date of the 2.2.6 release announcement and things are working just
I see that Net::Z3950::ZOOM is required for 2.2.6, but z3950 searches
are working for me without it. What are the changes from Net::Z3950 to
ZOOM? What are the benefits of upgrading to ZOOM? What version of Yaz
would I need? I'm willing to give it another try.
On 10/26/06, Chris Cormack <chris at katipo.co.nz> wrote:
> Matthew Metzger wrote:
> > Hello Chris,
> > thanks for responding so quickly. Yes, the daemon is running. I run "ps
> > -ef | grep z3950" and get:
> > www-data 30068 1 0 01:38 pts/2 00:00:00 su -c
> > /usr/local/koha/intranet/scripts/z3950daemon/z3950-daemon-shell.sh -
> > www-data
> > www-data 30069 30068 0 01:38 pts/2 00:00:01 /usr/bin/perl
> > /usr/local/koha/intranet/scripts/z3950daemon/processz3950queue
> > /usr/local/koha/log
> > www-data 31749 10502 99 03:18 ? 00:00:01 /usr/bin/perl
> > /usr/local/koha/intranet/cgi-bin/z3950/search.pl
> > "Still ?? requests to go" is exactly the error I'm getting. But it
> > appears that I am running the daemon.
> > thanks for your help.
> In /usr/local/koha/log is their a file z3950-daemon-20061026.log (or 25
> if you are not in the same day as New Zealand :-))
> Does it tell you anything useful?
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