On Mon, Apr 02, 2007 at 07:15:41PM -0400, Heywood, Todd wrote:
> a_btl_tcp_endpoint_complete_connect] connect() failed with errno=113
errno is OS specific, so it's important to know which OS you're using.
You can always convert these error numbers to normal strings with perl:
adi_at_drcomp:~$ perl -e 'die$!=113'
No route to host at -e line 1.
(read: 113 is "No route to host" under Linux. If you're not using Linux,
your 113 probably means something else)
If it's really "No route to host", check your routing setup.
adi_at_drcomp:~$ perl -e 'die$!=104'
Connection reset by peer at -e line 1.
This usually happens when a remote process dies, perhaps due to
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