I have installed the Teradata express 14 edition using vmware. I was able to setup the connection using Gnome Terminal, however I am unable to connect to the database using the Teradata Studio Express.
I have tried using the same creditials as used in the Gnome Terminal for bteq which is :
can you please help me with what credentials can i use to connect from the studio express to the database ??
Also, which user can i use to create tables and other database objects ? Dbc currently does not allow me to create tables in teradata.
Rohit, I assume you are trying to run Studio Express inside the VM? You should be able to provide the same IP address (188.8.131.52) without the /dbc, then username dbc and password dbc. User DBC should have the permissions to create database objects or to give permission to other users to create objects.
I have installed the virtual machine in windows. The IP address of 184.108.40.206 did not work for me as well. BUT recollecting that the LOOPBACK Adapter for windows is 127.0.0.1 I tried it and it worked successfully for me.
Hi i installed teradata studio in my windows and tried to connect to teradata database in VM machine but the ping failed i tried 127.0.0.1 which is the ip of local host it didnt work out.can anyone please help out what iam doing wrong
@juvenita, If you are running Studio outside the VM, you need to find the IP address of the VM. You can open a DOS window in your VM and run ifconfig to see the IP address, eth0. Here is a comment from someone posted on Cloud Computing Forum:
run the virtual machine and open a commandline and execute:
ifconfig eth0 | sed -n '/inet addr:/s/.*inet addr:\([^ ]\+\)\s.*/\1/p'
that is the ip address you need to provide on your host computer to connect to the VM's db instance.
username/password for db is dbc/dbc
I have installed VM but I'm unable to ping local host in it (both 127.0.0.1 and 220.127.116.11); During the first launch I was able to successfully connect it with 127.0.0.1; But now its failed. Please help.
First, make sure that the dbms is running.
From a Gnome terminal window try the following command:
This will give you the status of both pde and the dbms. I don't have a system to try this on right now, but if everything is ok then the final message will say (something like) "system is operational - users are logged on" or "system is quiesced" (no users are logged on.
Start with that and see what happens.
Its DOWN/HARDSTOP status. But when I'm trying to start the dbms its saying rdbms is crashed or session reset. Recovery in progress. Its in the same state for almost more than a hour.