Henny Savelkoul Absent Member.
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IPP Operation error=406 warnings

Hi,

We have migrated from iPrint on Netware to iPrint on OES (v1) last night. When i look at the apache error log I see the following messages repeatedly:

[Thu Nov 29 15:30:56 2007] [warn] IPP Operation error=406, operation=B

Can anyone clarify this message. Is it just cosmetic
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: IPP Operation error=406 warnings

That usually means that a printer could not be found. So you must have a
client that is making a request to the server and the printer no longer
exists on the server. With Windows Clients - the client eventually
removes printers that are no longer found on the server. Linux/Mac you
will have to delete them yourself.

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Henny Savelkoul Absent Member.
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Re: IPP Operation error=406 warnings

That would probably be the case.

I have some other messages I see repeatedly. Perhaps someone knows te cause/solution to these ones too:

[Fri Nov 30 08:53:22 2007] [error] [client 192.168.31.71] no acceptable variant: /usr/share/apache2/error/HTTP_REQUEST_ENTITY_TOO_LARGE.html.var
[Fri Nov 30 08:53:22 2007] [warn] ProcessPrintJobReq error=505
[Fri Nov 30 08:53:22 2007] [warn] IPP Operation error=505, operation=2

and this one, not seen very often but strange nevertheless:

[Fri Nov 30 08:58:07 2007] [warn] [client 192.168.241.52] [27074] auth_ldapdn authenticate: user dnmn authentication failed; URI /ipps/PA-243_019_KL [ldap_simple_bind_s() to check user credentials failed][Server is unwilling to perform]

Kind regards,

Hen

iprint;1412897 wrote:
That usually means that a printer could not be found. So you must have a
client that is making a request to the server and the printer no longer
exists on the server. With Windows Clients - the client eventually
removes printers that are no longer found on the server. Linux/Mac you
will have to delete them yourself.
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