[ic] error-no file usertrack
Wed, 17 Jan 2001 16:24:15 -0800
Jason Kohles wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 17, 2001 at 03:49:42PM -0800, scott andreas wrote:
> > > to log this data:
> > > 20010117 jn9m8inz:126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52
> > 974486492 VIEWPAGE=results 184.108.40.206
> > jn9m8inz:220.127.116.11 [17/January/2001:10:42:46 -0800] lscatalog
> > /cgi-bin/lscatalog/BROD1120-CDB.html Could not open
> > > log file '>>/homes/store/catalogs/lscatalog/logs/usertrack': No such
> > file or directory
> > yet the usertrack file is there...ugh what happened..any ideas??
> Check the rest of the path very carefully (for example, is /homes correct,
> most systems just use /home), the error could indicate that one of the
> intermediate directories is mispelled or not readable by the interchange
> user as well.
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That IT! When I created the catalog I made that mistake :( /homes
instead of /home)
Yet in interchange.cfg I did go back and set it to the right directory.
Everything else works like it should except for this...How do I change
it so it reads/writes to the proper directory/file
J. Scott Andreas :)
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fax: (541) 744-2056
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