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ncpcon files list - get error 152

Hi,

If I run under a OES 2 server the command

ncpcon files list f=[path to file]/[file]

I get the a error 152.

Also when I try the ncpcon file close command.

What means this error? How can I fix this?

If I enter the command

ncpcon files list v=[VOLUME]

the locked file is shown with correct information.

THX
Andre

Update:
On a other PC the command (also over putty) worked... ?!? We checked the path but there was NO(!) different!?!
We are very perplex... What to hell is this?!?
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SOLVED!

The problem was that I used the path "/mnt/..." - this is the wrong way... :o(

My colleague used the path "/media/nss/..." - this is the right way... ;o)

Best regards
Andre

Hi
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Yup...no mystery there. ncpcon demands the exact path and case of the path and file. If you have spaces it is even more fun!

--El


geissler;2205814 wrote:
SOLVED!

The problem was that I used the path "/mnt/..." - this is the wrong way... :o(

My colleague used the path "/media/nss/..." - this is the right way... ;o)

Best regards
Andre

Hi

El LaGrew elbert.lagrew#katun.com elagrew on twitter
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