Posts Tagged ‘ error ’

How to Fix Error code: service.FAILURE Method: [unknown] Details:soap:Receiver in Zimbra

Sep 9th, 2014 | By

Finally solved this issue so figured I’d share.  For me it was because I had the zimbra user’s shell set to /usr/sbin/nologin when it needed to be /bin/sh Also if you don’t have openSSH installed you’re going to need that running



Why is my zimbra.log full of maildrop errors?

May 25th, 2014 | By

Checked on my zimbra log today and found a ton of these: warning: mail_queue_enter: create file maildrop/858267.11154: No such file or directory   Now there could be two solutions to this problem, for me it was as simple as going into /opt/zimbra/bin and running #postfix stop checking for any lingering postfix processes that aren’t shutting
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Fixing error on Mail Queues page in Zimbra web admin

May 25th, 2014 | By

So the last problem with the Web admin area in Zimbra was in the Mail Queues section.   It spit out this lovely error when trying to access it:   2014-05-25 15:02:58,681 INFO [qtp1448456120-7560:https:///service/admin/soap/GetMailQueueInfoRequest] [name=admin@mail. .com;mid=1;ip=;ua=ZimbraWebClient – GC35 (Win);] SoapEngine – handler exception com.zimbra.common.service.ServiceException: system failure: exception during auth {RemoteManager: mail. .com->zimbra@mail. .com:22} [spoiler] ExceptionId:qtp1448456120-7560:https://
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Are you a photoshop user and experiencing Solid State Drive(SSD) failures? Here’s why

Dec 12th, 2013 | By

Your scratch disk is writing and caching so frequently it is slowly wearing down your hard drive.  According to Help Desk Keep it boils down to the way SSDs are built you see an SSD wears down every time they are written accessed. If you have read reviews of SSDs before, you have probably read about how an
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Installing Audacity 2 in Debian Squeeze

Apr 20th, 2012 | By

Well this was a bit of a nightmare and only really figured it out due to some luck Soooo, you’ve no doubt been trying a bunch of things and have ended in frustration. Let me tell you that from my experience you are going to have to install from source.. No clean neat little packages,
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Complete gconf / dbus / kde failure in Debian Squeeze

Mar 11th, 2012 | By

Well today was a fun day of frustration as Debian just broke down completely and vomitted all over the place.  I’ll get the insanely simple solution later but let me tell you about the symptoms first.  Mainly that nothing bloody works.  When you log into an account from shell, IE: ctrl-f2 you are greeted with
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Upgraded Timthumbs not displaying images: Could not find the internal image you specified.

Oct 31st, 2011 | By

Alright, this was a 2 hour ride of fun and joy at 4 in the morning that I would have rather not gone through but hopefully I can offer a little help to those( and I know there are plenty out there) underground the same hell. So as you know timthumb had an awesome exploit
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Nginx 502 errors, php problems, wordpress, oh my!

Aug 10th, 2010 | By

Well today is a glorious day as I finally managed to fix a problem that had been haunting my server for a month or so.  In the end it was a solution that I’ve been taught countless times as something I should be doing by default when upgrading php but alas my mind is not
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Drupal and Me: Chapter 8 – Large File uploads causing Server connection to Reset

Jul 6th, 2010 | By

Well this was a jolly good problem that took 4 hours to fix. I’ve implemented the Audio Module this week to allow our Sound team to upload soundtrack, foley and effects work just the same as the 2D and 3D guys upload their work.  Unfortunately when I went to upload a 40MB .ogg file the
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FFMPEG just not compiling on FreeBSD

May 30th, 2009 | By

If you are having troubles compiling FFMPEG and are seeing errors with LibGL such as: No package ‘x11-xcb’ found You need to do a few things. Firstly upgrade X11: portupgrade libX11. This has been noted to solve a lot of problems so do this first, retry and see if it fixes it. This however might
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