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Run Perforce P4D server as MANY daemons..
Authored by: mysty on Feb 16, '05 05:08:52PM
This is great! Thanks for the tip here. After a fair bit of mucking around in 10.3.8, I finally managed to get past the "No such user(s)" dialogue. It may have been after I installed the CLI tool and did

> /usr/local/bin/p4 -H localhost -p 1666 user 
Having thus verified that the client was connecting on port 1666 and that there was the right user - from the TextEdit window that popped up, the GUI client then seemed to work properly. Not sure if I'm now spawning LOADS of p4d processes... Keep seeing this in the console

Feb 16 22:01:45 localhost xinetd[398]: START: perforce pid=1601 from=127.0.0.1
Feb 16 22:02:03 localhost xinetd[398]: START: perforce pid=1602 from=127.0.0.1
Feb 16 22:02:13 localhost xinetd[398]: START: perforce pid=1603 from=127.0.0.1
Feb 16 22:02:27 localhost xinetd[398]: START: perforce pid=1604 from=127.0.0.1
Feb 16 22:02:39 localhost xinetd[398]: START: perforce pid=1605 from=127.0.0.1
Thanks ever
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