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server:~ pepper$ sudo servermgrd -d debug
2008-02-01 07:14:24.580 servermgrd Starting idle processing
2008-02-01 07:14:25.342 servermgrd *** Uncaught exception: <NSFileHandleOperationException> *** -[NSConcreteFileHandle truncateFileAtOffset:]: Input/output error
On Feb 1, 2008, at 1:30 AM, Guillaume Gete wrote:
Le 31 janv. 08 à 06:06, Vincent a écrit :
If you are an internet user then you just need to google for it.
I've been confirmed that a great part of these "subprime" issues we've been hearing these last months are due to the unwillingness of Apple to provide products that people can use.
"I've been told by trustable sources that at least 500 companies die every year due to the lack of Macs people can use to produce real stuff, like using Windows to produce beautiful documents with Word 2007", told famous industry analyst Rob Enderle. "An unknown source also told me about some Macs sometimes eating babies, but I don't have the proof yet".
Ok. I installed Mac OS X Server 10.3 and 10.4 hundred times in the last 5 years, on dozens different machines and never, ever had this authentication issue. Never, ever heard about it. Never had a single time where my server was hosed to the point that Server Admin did not answer to anything.
Why doesnt this problem occur on win server 2003 and why are there quick respond to such big trouble on microsoft server and not on OS X Server. Five years now that there no known issue for this problem!!!!!!!!
Maybe because you did not talk to Apple about it, or you did no bug report, etc. Or maybe because it's not a widespread issue, or it relies on specific issues in your configuration, settings you use that nobody else uses, for good or bad reasons.
The Internet is not The Truth. Give us more useful info about your setup, your machines, how you install your server, your DNS settings, changeip, if you use SSL or not, if Kerberos is activated, etc.
Since 2003 had had this problem more than a dozen times and since then only solution is to reinstall or administered via commandline, Via command line then why invest in os x server!!! Shit situation!!.
Because Mac OS X Server has a cool Apple logo. And a nice Desktop picture. This is why I install it most of the times.
Or maybe, because it's not the bad product that some may want us to think, though it has its share of issues.
Guillaume Gete Gete.Net Consulting
Le Memento Mac OS X : des dizaines d'astuces dans la poche !
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