I received the below error when attempting to run a setup.py script to finish installing a certain application. The application was being installed on a 64-bit CentOS Linux system and during the initial part of the install I had attempted to use 32-bit python which ended up causing a bunch of errors. After I believed that all of the errors were corrected I still received an i386 error message. Since I am not very familiar with Python setup scripts it took me a couple minutes to figure out what needed to be done.
Error: failure: srvadmin-meta/srvadmin-all-6.2.0-1.5.el5.i386.rpm from dell-omsa-specific: [Errno 256] No more mirrors to try.
I installed some packages today for a client that uses a third party collocation provider to manage the hardware aspects of their servers. We handle all of the software installations and day to day management of the servers but this other company replaces hard drives and any other hardware that is necessary. Anyhow the third party collocation provider noticed one of the hard drives in a server with RAID 5 had gone down so today they did some troubleshooting and then requested that we install some software so they could manage the hardware in real time in the future. The software they wanted us to install were all OpenManage Server Administrator packages provided from a Dell repository called the Dell OMSA Repository. I ran into a couple minor issues along the way including the error noted below.
Earlier tonight I was making some modifications on a web site I helped build and needed to verify that some things were not being stored in the cache. At the time I was testing the site with Mozilla Firefox version 3.5.7 and needed a quick way to open cache history and verify one specific file was not cached. Below is a brief explanation of how to use Firefox to verify its own cache and steps on how to verify a file in cache and then delete that same file from the Firefox cache.
ExtractionError: Can’t extract file(s) to egg cache, [Errno 13] Permission denied: ‘/root/.python-eggs’
I received an error when configuring a Django run site for the first time. The setup included installing and configuring some items I am not so familiar with such as mod_python, Django, and other Python items. I finally started making some progress and when I initially launched a test site I received the below errors in the debug output.
Short Error: ExtractionError: Can’t extract file(s) to egg cache
The error in the title causes all pages on a ZenCart installation to display this followed by a SQL select statement. The error is related to the Ultimate SEO URL’s ZenCart addon. The issue could be caused by one of two things which are the SEO URL cache is corrupted for some reason or the installed version of Ultimate SEO URL’s is old.
Error: 1054 Unknown column ‘c.parent_id’ in ‘on clause’