Skip to main content

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!

Popular posts from this blog

Embedded Comments And Main Page View

The option to display comments, embedded below the post, was made a blog option relatively recently. This was a long requested feature - and many bloggers added it to their blogs, as soon as the option was presented to us. Some blog owners like this feature so much, that they request it to be visible when the blog is opened, in main page view. I would like all comments, and the comment form, to be shown underneath the relevant post, automatically, for everyone to read without clicking on the number of comments link. And this is not how embedded comments work.

What's The URL Of My Blog?

We see the plea for help, periodically I need the URL of my blog, so I can give it to my friends. Help! Who's buried in Grant's Tomb, after all? No Chuck, be polite. OK, OK. The title of this blog is "The Real Blogger Status", and the title of this post is "What's The URL Of My Blog?".

Where's The Dashboard?

We see this confusion, a couple times a week, in Blogger Help Forum: How Do I? . Where is the dashboard? In the Classic Blogger GUI, the display which contained the "Blog List" (at the top), and the "Reading List" (at the bottom) was labeled "Dashboard". Many people also called the "Settings" / "Template" screens for the various blogs, linked from the Blog List, the dashboard. The New Blogger GUI has no page with the label - and no links "To The Dashboard". The Navbar (another unlabeled feature) has two links - "Design" and "New Post" - which lead to different dashboard sections, when you are appropriately logged in to Blogger . And, the "B" logo at the far left of the navbar will, similarly, take you to the Blog List / Reading List.