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Re: Gnats Web page error

From: Walter
Subject: Re: Gnats Web page error
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 10:25:04 -0800 (PST)

Hi Chad,
Our gnats is configured to take the files from

The same is specified 
bash-2.03# cat /etc/gnats-db.conf
# list of GNATS databases and aliases
# Field 1 - fully qualified path to database's
# Field 2 - a comma separated list of aliases

Instead of added a new entry for gnats.host_Access, I
am confused as to why the same worked when the system
was earlier on a public ip.

The web interface of gnats, gives error while
connecting to the gnats database. and the error as I
said earlier is
host publicip , port 1529
access denied


--- Chad Walstrom <address@hidden> wrote:

> > There is no gnatsd.host_access file in the
> configuration setup.
> > Should I add one?
> You could.  In the CVS version of gnats, the
> following option
> describes where to find the global host access file:
>       --enable-gnatsd-host-access-file=PATH
> In the older versions, it was:
>       --with-gnatsd-host-access-file=PATH
> Depending upon how your version was compiled, you
> might find the file
> at /etc/gnats, /usr/local/etc/gnats, etc.  You can
> always specify a
> gnatsd.host_access file in the gnats-adm directory
> of the specific
> database you want to limit access to.
> -- 
> Chad Walstrom <address@hidden>          
>            assert(expired(knowledge)); /* core dump
> */

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