Earlier today while investigating the logs on a CentOS Linux server I noticed the btmp file had grown to over 5GB. I was curious to look into the log and when attempting to read the 5GB file using last I received an error since last will only handle files that are 2GB in size or less. So what needs to happen is to split the file into multiple pieces so they can be read via the last command. Below I describe the error in detail, how to resolve it by splitting the btmp file into multiple files, and then how to join them together if you need to read logs older than the last split file.2GB, 5GB, btmp, CentOS, epel, error, file, file size, file too large, last, lastlog, Linux, logrotate, lxsplit, split, yum
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Dec 31 2010
When attempting to format a SD memory card on your Windows computer it is possible to receive an error which states that the disk is write protected. Resolving this problem is typically very easy and simply requires you to slide a mini switch on the side of the SD card to the unlocked position. Below is more information on the error itself as well as how to resolve the error.2GB, error, format, lock, sd card, secure digital, storage card, switch, unlock, windows, windows 7, windows 7 ultimate, write protected
Dec 28 2010
One of the hair stylist from barber shop a couple doors down from our computer shop came in today with a problem on her Vivitar X029 digital camera she got for Christmas. The 2GB SD memory card she was using was not working properly in the camera and she also let me know that this was already a new SD card because he first SD card she used had the exact same problem. Below is information about the problem itself and the steps used to resolve the problem.2GB, 8GB, card full, digital camera, error, fat, fat32, format, images, photos, quick format, sd card, sd memory, vivicam x029, vivitar, x029
Jun 24 2009
A client of mine that still uses Outlook Express called me because they were unable to receive mail on one of their PC’s. After a little troubleshooting I determined that there was nothing wrong with the account itself but it appeared the issue was on the computer. The specific error they were receiving is below.
Error:An unkown error has occurred. Account: ‘mail.example.com’, Server: ‘mail.example’, Protocol: POP3, Port: 110, Secure(SSL): No, Error Number: 0x800C0133.dbx, 0x800C0133, 2GB, error, Inbox, microsoft, Outlook, Outlook 2007, Outlook Express, Store Folder, windows, xp
Below are a couple tips for replacing memory on a Macbook (1.1) laptop. Make sure to purchase the proper memory as noted below and always handle the Macbook and RAM carefully.