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sudo apt-get install libstdc++5 sudo apt-get install libaio-dev sudo ./db2setup
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ERROR MESSAGE: Notes error: Insufficient memory - server executive pool is full.
"I'm not like one of the athletes," he said. "I don't get up at 4 o'clock in the morning to put in two hours of training before I go to work."http://www.cbc.ca/canada/ottawa/story/2009/06/01/ottawa-olympic-torch-bearer.html
RBC recognizes Scouts Canada volunteer as its first Ottawa Torchbearer
OTTAWA, June 1 /CNW/ - John James, RBC's first Ottawa Torchbearer, has pledged to create a stronger community through continuing his volunteer efforts with Scouts Canada by helping young adults grow and become leaders.
"I think that all athletes are amazing. It is inspiring to see how athletes push themselves to be the best they can be. The Olympic Games embodies this spirit and I'd like to thank RBC for giving me the chance to be a part of the 2010 Olympic Torch Relay," said John James. "Helping youth is critical - they need support as they go through major life changes. I am happy that being selected as a torchbearer will allow me to get this important message out to the country."
James is entering his tenth year of volunteering with Scouts Canada and works with youth aged 18 to 26. As the father of a three-year-old daughter, he is committed to helping youth and working with his community to provide support and guidance to the adults of tomorrow.
"We are pleased to announce John James as our first Ottawa Torchbearer and recognize the contribution his pledge will make to creating an even better Canada," said Rod Schaaf, regional president, Ontario North and East, RBC. "Anyone can be part of the 2010 Olympic Torch Relay. We encourage Ottawa to share in this thrill of a lifetime by entering our contest at rbc.com/carrythetorch to be a torchbearer and win the ultimate Olympic experience."
RBC will award over 2,300 Olympic Torchbearer spots through this contest which closes July 15, 2009. To enter, pledge to create a better Canada at rbc.com/carrythetorch.
Approximately 12,000 Canadians will carry the flame across the country at their own pace with millions more cheering and supporting them. Applicants will be asked to select where in Canada they want to carry the Olympic Flame. Torchbearer applicants must be a resident of Canada, aged 13 or older. Full contest rules and regulations are available on the website at rbc.com/carrythetorch.
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Looking to solve an issue where 3 different versions of the same database (dev, beta and production) had different names, I went looking for a way to fix it without shutting the server down (and losing sleep).
Enter IBM Technote #1257799.
Clipped from the technote, available here.
“If the server cannot be shut down, it is possible to rename the OS file name with the server up if there are no external third-party software factors to consider. Keep in mind that a server task acting on the database can create a database handle and not allow you to rename the file. To prevent this from occurring:
1. Let the user know you are going to rename their database and instruct them to exit their Lotus Notes® client. (Also, ensure that the database is not open by anyone else.)
2. Shut down the Domino Router by issuing tell router quit at the server console.
3. Issue the command drop database mailfilename.nsf
4. Make sure replication/cluster replication is not occurring.
5. Issue the command dbcache flush
6. Rename the database on the file system.
7. Update the Person document "Mail File" field to the new file name of the mail file.
8. Restart the Router task by issuing "load router" at the server console.
9. Make sure the end user's Location document is also updated with the new file name. (Location document -> Mail Tab -> "Mail file" field).”
This is probably my favorite xkcd strip to date. I think it’s really cute and totally see the romantic comedy in it.
My wife however, just rolls here eyes…
I got to wondering how to go about finding out the cool podcasts that people listen to, in order to grow my own list of podcasts.
I guess the best way to discover what people listen to would be to get them talking, perhaps by sharing what I listen to. So, here they are, the Podcasts that I currently have loaded on my iPod. (In no particular order, even though they are numbered.
I’ve always been a fan of advertising, never been involved in the industry, but love to see the unique ideas that people come up with to sell something.
CBC’s weekly radio show has short dispatches from correspondents from around the world. Always eye-opening.
Trendy show about the best of the web.
A crossover radioshow/blog.
Stories from CBC’s Vinyl Café – Humorous, funny and music.
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