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For me, the reason this happened was that the root partition was full. Check to see how much free space you have on your root partition: df -h If you are out of space, see what's taking up that space: sudo apt-get install ncdu ; sudo ncdu /
I can't be sure without looking at logs etc. but the IP addresses involved and the error suggest something like the following: You had a mongodb sharded cluster configures in EC2 The cluster was configured using IP addresses (rather than hostnames) The config database (you are only running one, so I hope this is test only and not prod) was on a host that ...
Now I started googling the right things, it turns out that the line below is a way of handling errors where an expected input is missing that is often used in Fortran based code. nrerror:root must be bracketed by zbrent The second line (below) is a formulaic abort code in fortran which you can find in "Numerical Recipies in Fortran 90" W.H. Press (1996) ...
Just updating a little bit. This is program is very easy to install in Ubuntu 14.04 fmp@lucy:~/Downloads$ sudo apt-get install dssp Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done blablabla The following extra packages will be installed: libboost-iostreams1.54.0 libboost-program-options1.54.0 ...
The exec command which is used for shell-level redirection in bash also works in zsh. Try: exec 2>/dev/pts/2
Some of the messages from boot go into dmesg, which can be read using the dmesg command or at /var/log/dmesg - particularly if they are kernel messages. Some messages will go into /var/log/syslog, particularly if they are from services or startup scripts.
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