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450 #3

Well.

I looked at the previously experienced 450 errors.

  1. 450

    450 Write error: No space left on device
    001 java.net.SocketException: Connection resetblog/20/43/11/troublealwayshasadoor/archives / 2006_03_01_troublealwayshasadoorarchive.html

  2. 450 #2

    450 Write error: No space left on deviceblog/20/43/11/troublealwayshasadoor/atom.xml


and I noticed that though they were the same error number, they were against different objects.

So I tried republishing. And got the first error again. The fourth time, I got the second error again.

And the fifth time, it published.

So don't give up. It may take a while, but eventually you get results.

This is still not ideal, but it is almost acceptable. Now, if I had a Captcha to deal with, I wouldn't be quite so objective.

Comments

CameraDawktor said…
You have been so great to help me. It's nice to know that SOMEONE will help. I will keep trying! Thanks chuck!

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