Shunkware 2000 was installing the modules and "hung" for over two hours.
The server was completely frozen solid and when I forced a reboot, CUSTOM
came out with an error stating that a database (example:
../opt/dfmhdjjkIKEWR9II32R99324DHFRUY34) was corrupted. I did not have the
complete time to try to salvage the database, so I used my AIR BAG recovery
of my server, with the latest Lone-Tar backup.
"Jean-Pierre Radley" <jprjpr.com> wrote in message
news:20030704201109.GA1397jpradley.jpr.com...an> Yves Leclerc typed (on Fri, Jul 04, 2003 at 03:34:28PM -0400):
> | I am in the need of a method of generating PDF files. My company writescan> | application system which now need to be able to create these files, from
> | time to time. We were thinking of setting up a "print to pdf", since weAfter> | have multiple printer definitions in our system. I have been following
> | directions in order to get the "ghostscript" to be installed from a
> | Shunkware 2000 CD. However, the Shunkware 2000 INSTALL procedure is
> | "crashing" my server, since it is corrupting the CUSTOM databases.> | that, I need to do a "recovery" restore, which works correctly.
> How is Skunkware installation ing up your custom databases?