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Unix agent "Bad file descriptor" event


What does this event mean and how is it corrected?

"Could not create /usr/netiq/AM/data/SysUpTime_38775.log Bad file
descriptor"

I believe this is the UNIX_SystemUpTime KS v 7.4.63.0 running on agent
v. 7.2.

Thanks.

Steve


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Re: Unix agent "Bad file descriptor" event


stevelee;246552 Wrote:
> What does this event mean and how is it corrected?
>
> "Could not create /usr/netiq/AM/data/SysUpTime_38775.log Bad file
> descriptor"
>
> I believe this is the UNIX_SystemUpTime KS v 7.4.63.0 running on agent
> v. 7.2.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Steve


Have you checked that file path? The "bad file descriptor" is an error
message from the O/S .... the file being created/referred to is a
temporary file used by the script that the job is executing


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