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  1. #1
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    kernel messages

    I have inherited code that I am porting from a HPUX sytem to a Linux system.
    I am new to wave.
    There are multiple pv-wave codes that are run as cron jobs to process meteorological data.
    Several codes are producing kernel messages when run as cron jobs, but if I run them by hand
    they run successfully. Any thoughts on what could be going on?

    Examples of kernel messages:
    check_currency.log:% kernel_msg.M_UPRO_UNDEF
    check_currency.log:% kernel_msg.M_PORF_NODEL2
    check_currency.log:% kernel_msg.M_OPEN_IN_ERR
    check_currency.log:% kernel_msg.M_OPEN_IN_ERR
    check_currency.log:% kernel_msg.M_UPRO_UNDEF
    check_currency.log:% kernel_msg.M_TRCBCK

  2. #2
    Hello marshaboggs,

    These messages usually indicate that a message file was not read.
    In this case the message file is called and it is located in:
    Where <install_dir> is the PV-WAVE installation directory.

    You mentioned that you are only seeing these messages when starting PV-WAVE
    through a cron job. Make sure that:
    • the PV-WAVE environment was set up, i.e. the wvsetup or was read.
    • the permissions for all files in the PV-WAVE installation directory are set such
      that user, group, and others all have read permission.

    If your license is on maintenance feel free to contact technical support directly:
    Phone: +1 303-545-3221
    Anja Gratzer
    Software Support
    Rogue Wave Software, Inc. |

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