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I have two machines testserver and dev. I have the /opt directry on testserver mounted on my dev machine. Both machines are unix.

I need to create and run an OpenDJ ldap server in the mounted directory, Is this possible?

Here is the output :

 [exec] OpenDJ 2.5.0-Xpress1
 [exec] Please wait while the setup program initializes...
 [exec] ERROR:  Unable to bind to port 2901.  This port may already be in use, or you
 [exec] may not have permission to bind to it
 [exec] ERROR:  Unable to bind to port 9444.  This port may already be in use, or you
 [exec] may not have permission to bind to it
 [exec] Result: 2

The port is definitely not in use.

Edit I have given the mounted directory the following permissions :

chown nobody:nogroup /opt

Should I create a user nobody on the dev machine? I have limited experience with mounted systems and how permissions work so I'm unsure.

Edit 2 Upon re-reading the question, I don't think its clear that I had hoped that the server would run on the testserver machine, not the dev machine

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Had you try to run the same OpenDJ from another directory on dev ? (just to see if the problem is FS location dependent) –  amotzg Jan 15 '13 at 10:29
    
no good idea..I'll try that now –  Travis Jan 15 '13 at 10:32
    
ah I ran it again and instead of the server running on testserver:9444, it rajn on dev:9444. I should have read up a bit more on mounted filesystems before I started this task. I thought it would run on testserver:9444 –  Travis Jan 15 '13 at 10:44
    
So what you actually need is to remotely run the server on testserver from the dev machine? –  amotzg Jan 15 '13 at 10:52
    
yes..I'm building a system with several components on different machines. I'm using ant to build and set up these components and thought it would be nice to be able to do it from the one location without using scp to copy and ssh to log in –  Travis Jan 15 '13 at 11:08
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