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 /kernel: file: table is full
Author: el_kab0ng 
Date:   08-01-01 19:02

I use a perl script to retrieve news via specific sites. For some reason, when executing the perl script, I get the following error:

"/kernel: file: table is full"

Any ideas why this might be happening? I'm pretty sure it's not the perl script... =/

Since the Admin has turned OFF the email when replied to feature, if, when posting, you could drop me a line as well, I'd appreciate it.

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 Re: /kernel: file: table is full
Author: el_kab0ng 
Date:   08-01-01 19:37

It seems I have a habit of posting before I thoroughly examine what it is my system is trying to do. In other words, I got it fixed. I apologize again for wasting anybody's time.

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 Re: /kernel: file: table is full
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   08-01-01 21:36

Actually, I didnt turn it "OFF". It stopped working when I upgraded to the latest phorum.

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 Re: /kernel: file: table is full
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   08-01-01 21:37

What was the problem?

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 Re: /kernel: file: table is full
Author: el_kab0ng 
Date:   08-01-01 21:44

Ahh.... how odd....

Dan Langille wrote:
>
> Actually, I didnt turn it "OFF". It stopped working when I
> upgraded to the latest phorum.

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