Unexpected mounted filesystems detected when restoring a disk imageWhen restoring a disk image, you get a message that the disk image being restoredis a mounted filesystem and will not be restored:
Object is a mounted filesystem => not restored.
This happens when an application on the disk image leaves some patterns on thedisk image. The patterns confuse the system call that verifies whether the filesystemon the disk image is mounted or not, so the system call reports that there is a mountedfilesystem on the disk image.
1. Try zero out the device
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/r[logical volume] bs=8k
2. For AIX, lslv [logical volume] , verify it doesn’t contain DS_LVZ, otherwise, recreate it without -T O
3. For AIX with IBM SAN Volume Controller, run
lquerypr -ph /dev/vpathX
4. For AIX, try not varyon the volume group in concurrent mode.
This tutorial will guide you to create your own custom post composing form to enable fast blogging with your favorite theme without adding a plugin. I’m looking for any alternative to not porting P2, however…. none., finally that’s the reason i wrote it, and It was also inspired by the original development from http://wpshout.com/wordpress-submit-posts-from-frontend/.
I found the code from http://wpshout.com/wordpress-submit-posts-from-frontend/ , but it doesn’t handle file attachment, indeed most people and I was demand on image uploads for status update, photo blogging.. whatever . But to get working with build-in WordPress media upload function require a lots of code work, and if you prefer a fully functional media library, you could base on P2 theme instead.
How it work
It create a post form to allow the post content inserted by wp_insert_post.
following the post_id, it attach the uploaded files to the post.
Set the first ordered image to the post “featured images”
Lastly, you call get_all_thumbnails before the_content() in order to retrieve the uploaded files.
The critical limitation is lack of media features, unlike build-in media library, you can customize your post images and place it on your desired position. Therefore the images only able to retrieve by the_post_thumbnail() for single image or get_all_thumbnails() for multiple images.
There is so many people asking how to improve their mysql instance, and also so many replies that increase key_buffer, sort_buffer, cache size… etc… which believe will lighten up the performance. However, fellows never notice those parameters was actually efficient to their setup.
A database started up by CRS successfully, but you can’t connect it by local sysdba “sqlplus / as sysdba”, however tnsping or connect with connection string “sqlplus system@prddb” works fine.
Later, you tried to start the database alone manually, it works fine with both connection method.
You inspected every crs log and alertlog but it look seems fine.
Oops, why it inconsistent?
When clusterware trying to startup your oracle, it’ll use $ORACLE_HOME/bin/racgwrap , so make sure your system environment setting is same as the ORACLE_HOME setting in racgwrap script.