92700 check file error

92700 check file error

Check with your tax preparer/software to determine if you can electronically file Form 1NPR, or use the department's free e-file ap- plication. configure:4113: checking for C compiler default output file name #else(yyout,"LEX Error: input string too long to fit in yywtext. Please help to eliminate the error when opening my staad file " Warning varied materials assigned to same section property".

92700 check file error - join

Our weekly secondary AuxCopy is stuck at 30% since this weekend (so that it is blocking all the primary disk to disk incremental copies), with the below 2 error messages

Thinking it might be some ports communication issue between the Media Server (S01190) where the tape library is attached to, and the CommCell Server (S02116), so I did the below ports check between the 2 Servers:

Telnet from the Media Server (S01190) to the CommCell Server (S02116)

Port 8400        OK

Port 8401        OK

Port 8403        OK

Telnet from the CommCell Server (S02116) to the Media Server (S01190)

Port 8400        OK

Port 8401        Not OK

Port 8403        Not OK

Now, before I speak to our Network/Security administrator who have recently installed SentinelOne AV on both of the above 2 Servers, I’m wondering if I’m heading the right direction, and if I have done all the ports checking ? 

Thanks,

Kelvin

WiredTiger Library Panic on Insert

So far, this issue has only ever happened when the number of documents in the shard is greater than 500,000,000. This could just be a coincidence, but I’ve erased the entire DB and re-imported all the data numerous times, and whenever this happens, it seems to take out multiple shards, not just one.

I’m running the nodes in docker.

It occurs on insert, and leaves the database in an unrepairable state. (running fails with a ):

At first I thought it was a problem with the storage that was causing the issue, but all the SSDs passed full read/write tests. I eventually ended up switching out the storage anyway just to be sure, but I’m ending up with the same issue.

My best theory right now is that I’ve accidentally stumbled upon some strange edge case where the contents of a document actually manage to corrupt the entire database. At any rate, hopefully I’m wrong, because I really like mongodb. :slight_smile:

Graylog Community

Thank you :slightly_smiling_face:

I was able to viewed what happened.

For ES :
2018-02-26_06:26:57.17170 vm.max_map_count = 262144
2018-02-26_06:26:57.30152 Java HotSpot™ 64-Bit Server VM warning: INFO: os::commit_memory(0x00007fe7c4990000, 62669651968, 0) failed; error=‘Cannot allocate memory’ (errno=12)
2018-02-26_06:26:57.30202 #
2018-02-26_06:26:57.30251 # There is insufficient memory for the Java Runtime Environment to continue.
2018-02-26_06:26:57.30336 # Native memory allocation (mmap) failed to map 62669651968 bytes for committing reserved memory.
2018-02-26_06:26:57.30376 # Can not save log file, dump to screen…

For MongoDB - quite surprise as df -h tells me I still have 5% free.
2018-03-06_00:12:55.23096 2018-03-06T01:12:55.145+0100 W FTDC [ftdc] Uncaught exception in ‘FileStreamFailed: Failed to write to interim file buffer for full-time diagnostic data capture: /var/opt/graylog/data/mongodb/diagnostic.data/metrics.interim.temp’ in full-time diagnostic data capture subsystem. Shutting down the full-time diagnostic data capture subsystem.
2018-03-06_00:12:59.57949 2018-03-06T01:12:59.579+0100 E STORAGE [thread2] WiredTiger error (28) [1520295179:577723][4623:0x7f6135c92700], file:WiredTiger.wt, WT_SESSION.checkpoint: /var/opt/graylog/data/mongodb/WiredTiger.turtle.set: handle-write: pwrite: failed to write 1014 bytes at offset 0: No space left on device
2018-03-06_00:12:59.61032 2018-03-06T01:12:59.582+0100 E STORAGE [thread2] WiredTiger error (28) [1520295179:582663][4623:0x7f6135c92700], file:WiredTiger.wt, WT_SESSION.checkpoint: /var/opt/graylog/data/mongodb/WiredTiger.turtle.set: handle-write: pwrite: failed to write 1014 bytes at offset 0: No space left on device
2018-03-06_00:12:59.67587 2018-03-06T01:12:59.589+0100 E STORAGE [thread2] WiredTiger error (0) [1520295179:582743][4623:0x7f6135c92700], file:WiredTiger.wt, WT_SESSION.checkpoint: WiredTiger.turtle: encountered an illegal file format or internal value
2018-03-06_00:12:59.67626 2018-03-06T01:12:59.589+0100 E STORAGE [thread2] WiredTiger error (-31804) [1520295179:589780][4623:0x7f6135c92700], file:WiredTiger.wt, WT_SESSION.checkpoint: the process must exit and restart: WT_PANIC: WiredTiger library panic
2018-03-06_00:12:59.67669 2018-03-06T01:12:59.605+0100 I - [thread2] Fatal Assertion 28558 at src/mongo/db/storage/wiredtiger/wiredtiger_util.cpp 361
2018-03-06_00:12:59.67799 2018-03-06T01:12:59.605+0100 I - [thread2]
2018-03-06_00:12:59.67848
2018-03-06_00:12:59.74972 ***aborting after fassert() failure

I will keep checking these log if it crashes again and check what happened.

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Boy Scouts deluged with 92,700 sexual abuse claims

FILE - In this Feb. 18, 2020, file photo, Boy Scouts of America uniforms are displayed in the retail store at the headquarters for the French Creek Council of the Boy Scouts of America in Summit Township, Pa. Close to 90,000 sex-abuse claims have been filed against the Boy Scouts of America as the deadline arrived Monday, Nov. 16 for filing claims in the BSA’s bankruptcy case. The number far exceeded initial projections of lawyers across the United States who have been signing up clients in the case since the Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy protection in February in the face of hundreds of lawsuits. (Christopher Millette/Erie Times-News via AP, File)

Boy Scouts deluged with 92,700 sexual abuse claims

FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2020 file photo, a statue stands outside the Boys Scouts of America headquarters in Irving, Texas. Close to 90,000 sex-abuse claims have been filed against the Boy Scouts of America as the deadline arrived Monday, Nov. 16 for filing claims in the BSA’s bankruptcy case. The number far exceeded initial projections of lawyers across the United States who have been signing up clients in the case since the Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy protection in February in the face of hundreds of lawsuits. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

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Boy Scouts deluged with 92,700 sexual abuse claims

FILE - In this Feb. 18, 2020, file photo, Boy Scouts of America uniforms are displayed in the retail store at the headquarters for the French Creek Council of the Boy Scouts of America in Summit Township, Pa. Close to 90,000 sex-abuse claims have been filed against the Boy Scouts of America as the deadline arrived Monday, Nov. 16 for filing claims in the BSA’s bankruptcy case. The number far exceeded initial projections of lawyers across the United States who have been signing up clients in the case since the Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy protection in February in the face of hundreds of lawsuits. (Christopher Millette/Erie Times-News via AP, File)

Boy Scouts deluged with 92,700 sexual abuse claims

FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2020 file photo, a statue stands outside the Boys Scouts of America headquarters in Irving, Texas. Close to 90,000 sex-abuse claims have been filed against the Boy Scouts of America as the deadline arrived Monday, Nov. 16 for filing claims in the BSA’s bankruptcy case. The number far exceeded initial projections of lawyers across the United States who have been signing up clients in the case since the Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy protection in February in the face of hundreds of lawsuits. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

The Boy Scouts of America will face more than 92,700 claims of sexual abuse in a landmark bankruptcy that could reshape the future of one of the nation’s oldest and largest youth organizations, lawyers in the case said Monday as the filing deadline passed.

The number of claims and the total payouts to settle them will easily eclipse those in the sex abuse scandal that engulfed the U.S. Catholic Church more than a decade ago, plaintiffs’ lawyers say.

“This is a staggering number of cases, even beyond what I thought was out there,” said Paul Mones, a Los Angeles attorney who won a $20 million judgment against the Scouts in 2010 and represents several hundred accusers in the bankruptcy. “The scope of this is something I could never have contemplated.”

The 110-year-old Boy Scouts of America filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February as it faced a wave of new sex abuse lawsuits after several states, including California, New York and New Jersey, expanded legal options for childhood victims to sue.

The bankruptcy put a hold on hundreds of lawsuits to allow for a potential global settlement to be negotiated. It also required new abuse claims to be handled in that venue rather than in state courts.

The Bankruptcy Court set Monday as the “bar date” by which the claims must be filed, triggering law firms’ TV and internet advertisements for prospective clients and a rush of claims in recent months.

In a statement Monday, the organization called the massive response from abuse survivors “gut-wrenching.”

“We are devastated by the number of lives impacted by past abuse in Scouting and moved by the bravery of those who have come forward,” it said. “We are heartbroken that we cannot undo their pain. ... We are deeply sorry.”

The Boy Scouts conducted its own public outreach this fall, encouraging victims to seek compensation from a trust fund it will establish.

A researcher hired by the Scouts to analyze its internal records last year identified 7,819 suspected abusers and 12,254 victims — a fraction of the number who have now filed claims.

One coalition of law firms billing itself as Abused in Scouting now represents 16,500 claimants, said Andrew Van Arsdale, a San Diego lawyer involved with the group.

“The BSA was very effective at getting out the message to the men who suffered as children in their care,” he said. “The question remains if the BSA will make good on their word to make the tens of thousands of lives they altered better. The BSA failed them once as children; we hope they do not do it again this time around.”

All claims will be vetted by “third-party advisers” while the national organization develops a reorganization plan and establishes its compensation fund, the Scouts said Monday, promising to work as “expeditiously as possible.”

The size of the victims fund has yet to be determined, along with how much of its cost will be footed by the Scouts or their insurers. Some insurers have balked at covering payouts in sex abuse cases, contending the organization could have prevented the abuse that led to the claims, court records show.

At the time of the bankruptcy, the national organization had assets of more than $1 billion. Local Boy Scouts councils separately hold billions more in real estate and other assets, but it is unclear how much they will contribute to the compensation fund.

“That’s all now being negotiated between the Boy Scouts and the creditors committee and other claimants and the insurers,” said Mones, who sits on that Bankruptcy Court committee representing victims.

“We are not anywhere close to having what the final number is going to be, or even what the criteria are on which the claims will be valued,” he said. “Most likely, it will include the severity of abuse and how long it happened.”

Not in doubt, Mones said, is that the Scouts’ payouts will dwarf those made by the Catholic Church, including the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ 2007 settlement of $660 million involving more than 500 victims.

“It has to be in the billions,” he said, but “nobody knows how much money is going to be in the pot.”

Lawsuits against the Scouts numbered into the hundreds at the time of the bankruptcy, but the organization has never disclosed how often it has been sued or how much it has paid in settlements and judgments.

Many of the lawsuits came in the wake of the Los Angeles Times’ publication in 2012 of internal Scout records involving about 5,000 men on a blacklist known as the “perversion files,” a closely guarded trove of documents that details sexual abuse allegations against troop leaders and others dating back a century.

In its yearlong examination of the files, the Times documented hundreds of cases in which the Boy Scouts failed to report accusations to authorities, hid the allegations from parents and the public, or urged admitted abusers to quietly resign — and then helped cover their tracks with bogus reasons for their departures.

Accusers cited the files — formally known for decades as the “ineligible volunteer files” and now called the Volunteer Screening Database — as evidence the organization knew of pedophiles in its ranks but failed to protect children.

Mones used about 1,200 of the files in a Portland, Ore., trial to win a $19.9 million verdict against the Scouts in 2010 on behalf of a man who was sexually abused as a boy in the 1980s.

Mones and others have long insisted that the files reflect only a fraction of the abuse that has occurred in Scouting. He noted that the Boy Scouts of America holds a rare congressional charter, and he urged lawmakers to investigate the extent of the abuse indicated by the flood of claims.

He predicted that the post-bankruptcy Boy Scouts of America would be “a leaner, trimmed-down version” of an organization that already was suffering declining membership.

He said he also expected its all-American image to suffer.

“The scope of the problem here is definitely going to change the Norman Rockwell image of the Boy Scouts,” Mones said. “I don’t see how people can see the mom-and-apple-pie part of the Boy Scouts anymore.”

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Add variables to RetryJob mutation

What does this MR do and why?

This MR adds a argument to the mutation that updates the variables used when a manual job is retried.

Screenshots or screen recordings

mutation with argument:

Screen_Shot_2022-07-19_at_13.25.54

Result of mutation:

Screen_Shot_2022-07-19_at_13.26.00

How to set up and validate locally

  1. Set up a project with a simple that includes a manual job that uses a variable:

  2. Run a pipeline

  3. Go to the manual job's show page

  4. Fill in the variable form to match the variable you use in the job configuration

  5. Play the job

  6. Note the job ID

  7. Go to and use the mutation from the screenshot above. Provide a new value for the variable

  8. See that you get the new job ID in the response from the mutation

  9. Use the new ID to go to the new job's show page

  10. See that the statement from the job uses the new value you provided in the mutation

MR acceptance checklist

This checklist encourages us to confirm any changes have been analyzed to reduce risks in quality, performance, reliability, security, and maintainability.

Related to #361236 (closed)

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