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-51006  - The directory you specified is invalid. It may contain invalid characters, drives, or paths, or be too long. Please enter a valid directory name. IBM
The directory name entered does not follow the Windows NT and Windows 95 rules for valid directory names. For more information regarding valid Windows filenames and directory names, read the Windows NT or Windows 95 user guide.
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-51004  - The name you entered is not a valid filename. IBM
The filename entered does not follow the Windows NT and Windows 95 rules for valid filenames. For more information regarding valid Windows filenames, read the Windows NT or Windows 95 user guide.
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-51012  - The component name you entered is invalid. IBM
Verify that the name does not contain invalid characters or exceed the length limit, as specified in your Windows NT or Windows 95 user guide, and enter the component name again. A component name must be a valid filename.
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-43049  - Error writing to the ON-Bar emergency boot file. Before attempting a restore, insert the following into : . IBM
An error occurred when ON-Bar attempted to write information to the ON-Bar emergency boot file. The backup of this object succeeded; however, the object will not be included in a cold restore unless the specified information is added to the emergency boot file. To include the object in a cold restore, ask your database server administrator to insert the specified data into the ON-Bar emergency boot file or try running onsmsync -b. (The emergency boot file is $INFORMIXDIR/etc/Bixbar_. for Informix Enterprise Decision Server, $INFORMIXDIR/etc/ixbar. for Informix Dynamic Server 2000 on UNIX, or %INFORMIXDIR%\etc\ixbar. for Dynamic Server 2000 on Windows NT.)
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-921  - System error. Illegal or wrong number of arguments to sqlexec server. IBM
This internal error reflects a failure in communications between your application and the database server on the other computer system. Check that all software components are at compatible software levels. Recompile and relink your application program if necessary. If the problem recurs, please note all circumstances and contact Informix Technical Support. For a Windows NT system, check your Client Installation and Configuration Guide for information about using Setnet32 to set the environment variables that affect client-server communications. For versions prior to Version 6.0, see the appropriate INFORMIX-NET/INFORMIX-STAR Installation and Configuration Guide for a compatibility chart.
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-1786  - The command line option specified in the Control Panel/Services/Startup dialog was -i. IBM
The parameter that was specified in the Control Panel/Services/Startup dialog box was -i, which causes the database server to initialize the root dbspace, destroying any information that it currently contains. When the database server runs as a service under Windows NT, it does not prompt you to confirm the parameters that you have specified. If you are sure that you want to initialize the root dbspace, specify the parameters as -iy instead.
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-1779  - This command can be executed only by members of the Informix-Admin group. IBM
Log in with a user account that belongs to the Informix-Admin group, or ask the Windows NT administrator to add your user account to the Informix-Admin group. Then try the procedure again.
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-1780  - The database server can be started only by user informix. IBM
You must be a member of the Informix-Admin group to start the database server. Log in with a user account that belongs to the Informix-Admin group, or ask the Windows NT administrator to add your user account to the Informix-Admin group.
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-1785  - pathname\buildsmi.ext IBM
This message refers to the output of buildsmi.bat. For Windows NT, look into the file %INFORMIXDIR%\etc\buildsmi.out if "Error building sysmaster" appears in the online.log file.
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-43183  - Logical logs will not be backed up because LTAPEDEV value is . IBM
If the LTAPEDEV value in your ONCONFIG file is /dev/null on UNIX or NUL on Windows NT, logical-log backups are not performed. You set these special values to tell the database server and ON-Bar not to perform any logical-log backups. Data in the logical logs cannot be restored. Set the LTAPEDEV value to something other than /dev/null on UNIX or NUL on Windows NT or to blank if you want to perform logical-log backups. If you do not want any logical-log backups, you can restore only from whole-system backups, performed with the following command: onbar -b -w Also, you must restore with the following command: onbar -r -w -p
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