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I receive the message Failed to create the service: I receive the message Could not connect to server on machine. Check the following and try again: Make sure the URL is correct.
The URL must be in the format https: Confirm the GIS Server site is running. I receive the message Could not configure data store machine. A data store cannot have more than one standby machine. Only two machines are allowed to participate in a relational or tile cache data store: If you want to add a new standby machine, you must first remove the existing standby machine.
I receive the message Unable to create directory. Possible reasons you would see this message include the following: The content directory you specified is already in use. If you specify an existing directory, the directory cannot contain any files.
You don't have privileges to create a directory in the specified location. Confirm that you have sufficient privileges. You specified a directory on a remote machine. When configuring a relational data store, I receive the message Server already has a managed data store.
A GIS Server site can only have one managed database for its data store. Existing feature services that use the data in the managed database will still work. When configuring a relational data store, I receive the message Failed to start relational data store database. This message indicates the PostgreSQL database needed for the relational data store could not be created.
There are many reasons for this; however, the most common is that the Data Store Configuration wizard or configuredatastore utility could not connect to PostgreSQL to create the database.
Confirm that PostgreSQL is running. If it is not, check if domain policies, firewall settings, or antivirus software settings prevented it from starting. How you restore your data stores to a previous ArcGIS Data Store version varies slightly depending on the software version and the type of data store.
Do not proceed with configuration. Restore each type of data store. To revert to a To revert a spatiotemporal big data store to Replace the content directory on each machine with the backup copies you created of the directories before upgrading. Open the arcgis-data-store-config file in a text editor, remove the comment mark from dir.
Save and close the arcgis-data-store-config file. I receive the message Error: If you run the configuredatastore utility from the same command prompt in which you ran the setup executable, that command prompt session predates the existence of the variable and, therefore, will not recognize that the variable is set.
Similarly, if you opened a command prompt before running the Data Store Configuration wizard, then tried to run any utility in the command prompt, you will receive this message because the command prompt session predates the existence of the variable.
To solve this problem, open a new command prompt and run the utility.i'm trying to insert data into a SQLite database. ashio-midori.com file is deployed in shared/res/ folder of the application, but when I try to execute an INSERT sentence, it says: "attempt to write a readonly database".
If the file is read-only (due to permission bits or because it is located on read-only media like a CD-ROM) then SQLite opens the database for reading only. The entire SQL database is . In an attempt to further reduce the disk space needed by a SAP system, the new feature deferred table creation was introduced as an installation option for the AS ABAP with SAP NetWeaver SR3 on IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows.
Aug 10, · Attempted to write a readonly database. Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by SaturnsVoid, Aug 10, Does OpenAFS actually prevent root from writing to the read-only volume.
I couldn't find a definitive definition in the docs. – phil_ayres Oct 27 '13 at It certainly prevents root on the client from writing to the ro volumes. Join GitHub today. GitHub is home to over 28 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.