Dossy Shiobara wrote:
No, I meant "ns_info patchlevel" -- to get the full version of AOLserverthat's running -- but yes, I should have asked for "info patchlevel"too, to find out what version of Tcl is being used.

"patchlevel" appears not to be a switch to ns_info in AOLserver/3.3.1+ad13 (as Janine pointed out):

[17/May/2006:15:08:53][14372.11231392][-conn5-] Error: unknown command "patchlevel": should be address, argv0, builddate, callbacks, config, hostname, label, locks, log, name, pageroot, pid, platform, scheduled, server, sockcallbacks, tag, tcllib, threads, version, or winnt
   while executing
"ns_info patchlevel"

In any case, here is info about a system that appears *not* to have this trouble:

% info patchlevel

ns_info version:

Linux xxxxx 2.4.27 #1 Mon Jul 4 21:39:37 PDT 2005 i686 GNU/Linux
(Debian sarge)


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