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Old 26th February 2008, 14:30
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Hi,

We receive below error in log.bshell while we run the job for processing orders, Please let me know anyone knows this error!

2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: ******* S T A R T of Error message *******
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: Log message called from /view/port.7.1d.05/vobs/tt/mir/mir/sio_fun.c: #145 keyword: sio
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: Pid 1409 Uid 57151 Euid 57151 Gid 125 Egid 125 Pset jobuser@sgpnx01b:1400
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: user_type S language 2 user_name batch771 tty locale ISO88591/NULL
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: Errno 0 bdb_errno 213 (Transaction is started but not updated)
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: Log_mesg: Internal file table is full (352)
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: ******* E N D of Error message *******
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Old 26th February 2008, 15:34
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Hi,

We receive below error in log.bshell while we run the job for processing orders, Please let me know anyone knows this error!

2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: ******* S T A R T of Error message *******
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: Log message called from /view/port.7.1d.05/vobs/tt/mir/mir/sio_fun.c: #145 keyword: sio
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: Pid 1409 Uid 57151 Euid 57151 Gid 125 Egid 125 Pset jobuser@sgpnx01b:1400
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: user_type S language 2 user_name batch771 tty locale ISO88591/NULL
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: Errno 0 bdb_errno 213 (Transaction is started but not updated)
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: Log_mesg: Internal file table is full (352)
2008-02-26[14:18:52(UTC-08:00)]:E:batch771: ******* E N D of Error message *******

Hello,

the error / problem is shown as :

Internal file table is full (352)

The reason may be :

The system inodes or directory level went to too much levels.
The number of inodes can be increased by kernel parameter.


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Hi everyone

Sorry for opening a very old thread.

Even I am getting similar errors and struggling to get responses from support.

My error is "Internal file table is full (512)" while opening the planning session randomly. Yes, it doesn't encounter everytime.

Any clue?
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Old 15th October 2020, 07:17
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Is there anything in any of the log files?
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Old 18th October 2020, 20:46
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No..nothing is there.
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Since this is hit or miss are the ones getting the errors getting into and out of the session a lot? Or are they getting into the session and staying in it? I am wondering if the session is not cleaning up after it executes a few times.
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Thanks Mark.

Its getting thrown out of the login stating "error reading form dump" and user has to religion. Yes..seems its not cleaning up opened files. Do you have specific trace and any other solution.
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Sorry not exactly sure which trace would work. You might want to look at maybe seeing if they have a solution for that session, maybe an install of the current version would solve it.
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