pehu at im.se
Tue Apr 7 17:08:09 EDT 1998
On Fri, 3 Apr 1998, Karl G - NOC Admin wrote:
>Seems that one of the clients i am running seems to be having
>it constantly appends "Checkpoint Buffer Error" to the logfile.... any
>ideas what would be causing this? the box is a i486 running Linux. It
>appears to still be doing what it is supposed to... it is giving status
>messages for each block it finishes... ideas?
I had that problem before, when I installed the client on a friend's PC
(running OS/2 FWIW). Turned out I had specified the path to the
checkpoint file incorrectly, misspelled the directory or something.
Look for the lines in your ini-file that look something like this
(please translate to *NIX format):
...and make sure the path to the files you have specified really exists.
I don't think this is a fatal error, just means that the client can't
use checkpoint files, and you will lose two blocks if your machine
crashes (unlikely under Linux, but not impossible).
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