It looks like there’s something else running at the network port that cryoSPARC should be running on and this is preventing the database from starting up.
Can you confirm what your base port is? You should see it inside
cryosparc_master/config.sh - look for the line that starts with
export CRYOSPARC_BASE_PORT= - the proceeding number will be the base port.
Then, only if the base port is 39006, follow the instructions I posted here: Regarding installation of version 3.2
But instead of starting the
lsof steps at
39000, start at
lsof -i :39006
lsof -i :39007
lsof -i :39008
lsof -i :39009
lsof -i :39010
lsof -i :39011
lsof -i :39012
lsof -i :39013
You also don’t have to run any of the commands that begin with
cd and you should use
cryosparcm instead wherever you see
After you’ve killed the processes bound to any port, run those
lsof commands to ensure the processes are not running.
Then start cryoSPARC with
If the base port is
config.sh something other than
39006, let me know here what it is and I’ll follow up with additional instructions.