protection period

Petur Kirke peturkirke at hotmail.com
Sun Jul 19 22:25:19 CEST 2015


Hello again
Thanks for your reply.
We are running a very old version of Fred.I cant find handle_registration_protection_period there, but i found object_registration_protection_period, and i sat this to = 0.But it didnt solve the problem. Still get the same error.Do i need to restart fred-server or do you know what can be missing ?
regardsPeter
> Date: Sun, 19 Jul 2015 21:25:27 +0200
> From: piotr at przybyl.org
> To: fred-users at lists.nic.cz
> Subject: Re: protection period
> 
> On 19/07/15 09:21, Petur Kirke wrote:
> > Im running this in fred-client:
> > 
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Command to issue:
> > create_nsset NS12840 ((ns1.olivant.fo), (ns2.olivant.fo)) ID1
> > Do you really want to send this command to the server? (y/N): y
> > ERROR: Server returned an empty message.
> > Ending session at localhost
> > Disconnected.
> > Try to automaticly reconnect - send login.
> > Connecting to localhost, port 700 ...
> > Connected!
> > 
> > ERROR: Parameter value syntax error
> > Reason: within protection peridod.
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > 
> > What does this mean ? Is the nsset protected for a period ? And how can i make it open again ?
> > 
> > regards
> > Petur Kirke
> > .fo
> 
> Hello Petur
> 
> Please try to set enum_parameters, name handle_registration_protection_period to 0 (zero) in your DB.
> 
> I guess you might have this parameter set to a positive number and previously you had NSSET with
> name NS12840 active in last 'positive number' days.
> 
> Reason is (I guess again ;-)) to disallow creating objects with the same ID right after they were
> deleted. This could confuse users who not aware enough.
> 
> Best regards
> Piotr PrzybyƂ
> 
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