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Old 11-12-2002
Question utmpx ???

I am a brasilian software maker.
I have a message " utmpx - filesystem isfull - /var/messages/unable to edit data "

Like resolves its problem ???

Tank yours....
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Old 11-13-2002
Your filesystem is most likely full. You will have to create some free space by expanding the file system or removing files. What OS is this on?
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Old 11-14-2002
Question utmpx...

Tanks for you help...
The OS is Solaris 2.50
and the eequipament is a SUN Ultra Creator1 (sparc 167mhz+256 RAM+2HDs(2.1gb scsi))

one more time,,, tank you.
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