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  • Why do I get xfs_freeze "Operation not supported" error with ec2-consistent-snapshot? Debian Squeeze w/ext4 filesystemApril 7

    I'm running the following command: [[email protected] ~]# ec2-consistent-snapshot --aws-credentials-file '/some/dir/file' --mysql --mysql-socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysql.sock' --mysql-username 'backup' --mysql-password 'password' --freeze-filesystem '/dev/

  • iproute2 not functioning ("RTNETLINK answers: Operation not supported")January 13

    The command and error message: gtwy ~ # ip rule add from table t1 RTNETLINK answers: Operation not supported Older article of the same problem, but it did not help me: http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-696982-start-0-postdays-0-posto

  • Docker: failed to add the pair interfaces (operation not supported)

    Docker: failed to add the pair interfaces (operation not supported)November 24

    After installing Docker, I am getting an error when I try to run the Hello World example: Error response from daemon: Cannot start container 4145d0fccd96b904e4ab4413735f1129b8765429bad5be71dc8d5f4c0760666d: failed to create endpoint high_saha on netw

  • mount.cifs operation not supported but smbclient connects as expectedDecember 17

    When mounting OSX 10.9.5 shares on Debian 8.2 with mount.cifs ver. 6.4: mount error(95): Operation not supported Credentials are not the issue. I can access them via smbclient. Mount reads domain and username from the credentials file correctly. I am

  • 7zip Add Operation Not Supported?November 21

    When I try to add a new file to a zipped archive, I get the message "Operation not supported." Anyone know how to fix this? --------------Solutions------------- There might be a problem with the permissions of the file. Right-click the file, cho

  • File Operation not supported on Windows drives mounted on UbuntuNovember 29

    My Windows drives are automatically mounted in Ubuntu. File operations on Windows drives had been going well until today when my operation of creating a directory on a Windows drive is denied: $ mkdir /Windows-d/tmp mkdir: cannot create directory `/W

  • Will Debian (GNU/kFreeBSD) + official ZFS support be a stable configuration?December 9

    Looks like Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) will be supporting ZFS via the official GNU/kFreeBSD kernel. This opens a possibility of converting our Debian GNU/Linux cluster's dedicated NAS server from OpenSolaris 2009.06 to Debain. The server connects to the SAN

  • Setfacl: Operation not supported October 20

    Possible Duplicate: setfacl: x.txt: Operation not supported I am trying to do: setfacl -m d:u:apache:rw /etc/asterisk/additional/ but getting: setfacl: /etc/asterisk/additional/: Operation not supported my /etc/fstab looks like this: LABEL=/ / ext4 d

  • "Operation not supported" for setfacl inside a python script February 8

    I've programmed a script using python which logs in as root on the host machine and executes some commands. Therefore it uses ssh. I want to setup acl. If I do following commands in the command line, everything works well. s.execute("setfacl -m user:

  • RTNETLINK answers: Operation not supportedFebruary 10

    I'm getting some errors in my xen logs and googling has turned up that it's related to iproute2. I found through google that the key is to enable CONFIG_IP_ADVANCED_ROUTER=y in my kernel config. It turns out, that it is. This link provided more clues

  • setsockopt EOPNOTSUPP (Operation not supported)March 27

    When I strace my MySQL process, I keep finding the same error over and over: setsockopt(240, SOL_IP, IP_TOS, [8], 4) = -1 EOPNOTSUPP (Operation not supported) futex(0x87ab944, FUTEX_WAKE_OP_PRIVATE, 1, 1, 0x87ab940, {FUTEX_OP_SET, 0, FUTEX_OP_CMP_GT,

  • Why is the error, dd: /dev/rdisk1bs=1m: Operation not supported, popping up while trying to instal ubuntu on usb?July 3

    I am trying to install ubuntu onto my flash drive using the instructions from the website, http://www.ubuntu.com/download/help/create-a-usb-stick-on-mac-osx , and after step 8, the terminal asks for my password, which it accepts and then pops u this

  • ping6: sendmsg: Operation not supported on FreeBSDJuly 13

    I'm trying to set up IPv6 on FreeBSD 8.2. I added to the /etc/rc.conf the following lines: ipv6_enable="YES" ipv6_gateway_enable="YES" ipv6_ifconfig_le0="ff00::2" and restarted IPv6: /etc/rc.d/network_ipv6 restart Now I have

  • Can't mount any partition due to "/usb: Adding read ACL for uid 1000 to /media/evil' failed: Operation not supported" errorOctober 18

    I've upgraded to Ubuntu 12.10 and now I can't mount any partition. I get the same error with all drives: /usb: Adding read ACL for uid 1000 to /media/evil' failed: Operation not supported Both of my USB drives are FAT32, one is a USB stick, the other

  • Unable to mount volume - operation not supported October 18

    I've install Ubuntu 12.10 and now I can't mount any partitions. I get the same error with drives: Adding read ACL for uid 1000 to /media/proach failed: Operation not supported --------------Solutions------------- I have one word for this 'bug': fun.

  • could not set ad-hoc mode on wlan0. operation not supported on transport endpoint

    could not set ad-hoc mode on wlan0. operation not supported on transport endpointMarch 17

    Triing to use Barnacle Wifi Tether on Samsung Galaxy Note2 GT-N7100. And when I press start wifi tether, got error: could 'not set ad-hoc mode on wlan0. operation not supported on transport endpoint' And then: Could not connect to NAT, will retry lat

  • theme_table drupal 7 issue - operator not supported for strings in theme.incMay 31

    Although i have found the fix of this problem, but i thought of sharing with others. Problem is if you mention $rows & theme_table like following: $row[] = array('data' => drupal_render($form[$key]['alt_name']), 'class' => 'alt-ing-name-td'); $o

  • xen hotplug can't add vif to eth0: operation not supportedNovember 4

    I am new to xen and I am trying to get a domU running but I am having problems with it. I think my network card might not support bridging which is bizarre. This is the error I get when trying to create the domU [[email protected] ~]# xm create sardis.secus

  • Setfattr always returns operation not supportedJanuary 22

    I'm trying to get a script working however I'm having issues with a particular line trying to set file attributes with setfattr. The line in question is ret=os.system('setfattr -n "user.dummy" -v "dummy" /apachelogs/data/file') The fst

  • USB: Enable Trim (FITRIM ioctl failed: Operation not supported)February 15

    First of all, I am pretty surprised my usb flash device supports trim: sudo hdparm -I /dev/sdb | grep 'Model\|TRIM' gives me: Model Number: SanDisk SSD CZ80 32GB * Data Set Management TRIM supported (limit 8 blocks) * Deterministic read data after TR

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