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actrak
02-03-2006, 12:32 PM
Ok so I think I am making some process.

Initially I was getting this error



02:25:10:AM - 150 About to open data connection.
bgerror invoked with error

" couldn't execute "/hack/mfs_ftp/mfs_stream": permission denied "



and now I am geting



04:15:04:AM - 150 About to open data connection.
04:15:04:AM - rec_info_from_db: recobj{252676}
04:15:04:AM - Lost 1782579200 k
04:15:04:AM - cache_xml_2_disk: recobj{252676} force cache = "0"
04:15:04:AM - allready cached 252676.xml
04:15:04:AM - calc_tertiary_info: recobj{252676}
04:15:04:AM - build_parts: recobj{252676}
04:15:04:AM - building new lists
04:15:04:AM -
orig list: {260297 260299 260300 260301}
new list: {260297 260299 260300 260301}
04:15:04:AM - get_xml: recobj{252676}
04:15:04:AM - reading xml from disk cache
04:15:04:AM - buildty: streaming recobj{252676} to data channel {sock25}
04:15:04:AM - set priorities: mfs_ftp 1 % I/O chan 1 %
04:15:04:AM - mfs_stream "260297" -c 536870912
bgerror invoked with error
" child process exited abnormally "


So I am still having issues with mfs_stream


Anybody have any ideas how to resolve this?


J.

Jamie
02-03-2006, 02:14 PM
This post seems to be a continuation of this (http://www.dealdatabase.com/forum/showthread.php?t=47815) thread. This is a very basic installation question. It belongs in the Newbie forum.

It appears that you still haven't correctly installed mfs-utils (http://www.dealdatabase.com/forum/showthread.php?t=39487). The instructions there state:
To use with the unpatched mfs_ftp, copy mfs_{export,import,stream,tarstream,uberexport} to your mfs_ftp directory and make a symlink from mfs_import to mfs_stdinsert. You'll have to use "ln -sf" when you create the symlink to replace the original mfs_stdinsert, if you didn't already move or remove it.Double check your work and make sure you've done that correctly and that you didn't corrupt any of the files in the process of unpacking that .tar.bz2 package. If you need help with basic linux commands to unpack .tar.bz2 archives, copy and link files, etc, this is not really the right place. Look for a linux tutorial: maybe this (http://www.linux-tutorial.info/modules.php?name=Tutorial&pageid=224) one. Also, read all the stickies in the Newbie forum here.