"File exists writing symlinking article file -- throttling"

"File exists writing symlinking article file -- throttling"

Post by Turnando Fua » Wed, 04 Feb 1998 04:00:00

We are currently running inn-1.7 on an Ultrasparc with Solaris 2.6.

After replacing a drive about 2 weeks ago, we haven't been able to
stop the symlink problems. Numerous renumbers have had no effects.
makehistory takes too long. We have also removed mmap. We suspect the
mmap on 2.6 to be broken. One of our engineers got mmap stress tests
to fail on 2.6 but they were fine on 2.5.1.

Are there any other options besides newfs all the drives and rebuild
the news server?


Turnando Fuad


1. Help: suck; 400 file exists writing symlinking article file -- throttling

Hi all;

I am running redhat 6.2. I have a problem with suck.

From </home/degoble/> I run;

suck news.adelaide.on.net -bp -hl gtech -A -c

and it all seems to work, but when I go to read the newsgroups it
gives the error;

Reason: 400 File exists writing symlinking article file -- throttling

Can anyone help me, please...

Articles are left in </home/degoble/Msgs/>

and <suck.post> is left in <home/degoble>

Why does this error happen and how can I get suck to work?

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