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My application create a db connection to sql server using dbi::proxy.
On server runs a proxy service (written in perl with conjuction to dbiproxy.exe) which listen incoming connection and create a socket.

my application is working fine on Redhat Linux( kernel 2.4) but when I run my app on SUSE 10 sp4 x86_64, this is the issue..

here is my apllication dbi script( client) which fails to connect and timeout..
my $sock = new IO::Socket::INET( PeerAddr => $server, PeerPort => 9000, Proto => 'tcp', ); print " error : $!, $@ ";

Gives output ...
error: Illegal seek, error: Connection refused, IO::Socket::INET: Timeout error: Connection refused, IO::Socket::INET: Timeout error: Connection refused, IO::Socket::INET: Timeout error: Illegal seek, IO::Socket::INET: Timeout Illegal seek,error: Illegal seek, IO::Socket::INET: Timeout
I have doubt on IO::Socket::INET module bundled within my application. Is this a module bug or system issue?
Please guide ..

In reply to Perl DBI connection timeout on SLES 10 sp4 X86_64 by prashantktyagi

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