Description: Citrix Resource Manager failed to compact its local database. If this problem continues and the local database grows to a large size, the administrator may have to compact the database manually using Window's Data Sources (ODBC) Tool. Error: COMPACT_DB="X:\Program Files\Citrix\Citrix Resource Manager\Local DB\RMLocal Database.mdb" "X:\Program Files\Citrix\Citrix Resource Manager\Local DB\RMLocal Database.mdb" General. The login response packet is given in the dump data.
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0038: 63 6F 6D 2E 73 79 6E 6F 0040: 6C 6F 67 79 3A 69 70 6E logy:abc 0048: 61 73 30 31 2E 6E 61 6D 0050: 65 e Description: The kerberos subsystem is having problems fetching tickets from your domain contoller using the UDP network protocol. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer.
Description: The description for Event ID ( 10 ) in Source ( Pcmcia ) cannot be found.
Some prefer to just use absolute paths to all the commands instead. Consider what happens if you want to run your script on a different system, and on that system, the command is in @pbr A sysadmin could unwittingly delete the root filesystem.
If the last entry in a crontab is missing the newline, cron will consider the crontab (at least partially) broken and refuse to install it." (And the date at the end is 19 April 2010.)@barraponto This is actually a bug in new text editors.
The "newline" character is supposed to be a line termination character, so the final line in a text file is supposed to end in a newline character that doesn't get shown in the editor.
Vi and vim use the character correctly, and cron was built before the new editors started their odd behavior...
Hence playing it save and including a blank [email protected] Suh, according to man page "cron requires that each entry in a crontab end in a newline character.
Please include one reason per answer - details about why it's not executed - and fix(es) for that one reason. commands that execute as expected from the shell but execute erroneously by cron.
You can't guard against sysadmins making silly mistakes.
If you install a newer version of an interpreter that is not backwards compatible, I'd expect breakage regardless.