I saw these errors after a fresh install of CentOS 5.2 during the process of preparing the server for ISPConfig. If you try to enable quotas after getting this error then quotaon will simply explain it cannot find the files like the below.
081004 2:35:11 [ERROR] Could not use /var/log/mysql-err.log for logging (error 13). Turning logging off for the whole duration of the MySQL server process. To turn it on again: fix the cause, shutdown the MySQL server and restart it.
The above error displayed in the mysqld.log file fter adding the below line to /etc/my.cnf under [mysqld].
Before restarting mysql I created the file and applied the proper permissions by entering the commands below from the console.
If you are unable to sync your iPod don’t try restoring or anything just yet as the problem might be extremelly simple to fix. I noticed that on my Windows XP laptop that if I plug my iPod into different USB ports that things act differently. I have three USB ports on the back of my Dell d420 laptop and I installed my iPod Touch while using the port in the back all the way to the left. Everything works fine if I sync using this port however if I try using one of the other two USB ports on the back of my laptop I get the following errors.
The first pop up error states the following:
iTunes cannot sync information with the iPod “iPod Name” because syncing has been disabled on this computer. Do you want to enable syncing?
If you do not enable syncing, iTunes will not be able to sync contacts, calendars, bookmarks, or mail accounts to your iPod.
I noticed this error during a deployment of numerous servers that were configured with litespeed, postgreSQL, and ruby. The installation process was to install ruby, install ruby gems, install postgreSQL, install litespeed, and then sync up the web directory using SVN. After doing so connect via a browser to the server to test things out. On one server I was getting a “503 Service Unavailable” error. The lshttpd(litespeed) logs looked like the below example.
You might see this error when attempting to install various packages or gems on CentOS Linux. I noticed it when attempting to install the ruby gem named eventmachine. After installing one RPM package via yum I no longer received the error when attempting to install the eventmachine gem.