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Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 13:40:37 PDT
From: "Junkie's 'R' Us" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When a db checkpoints, it'll return an argument back to the MOO.
So, when writing #0:checkpoint_finished, you can check for args. If
so, then your checkpoint ran fine. If not, then your checkpoint failed.
How can you find out why it failed? You can check your log file and
find out. In-MOO, I didn't think there's a way. The only way I can think
of is to have the FUP package installed and run 'tail' on your log, pipe
it into a file and read it back into the MOO.
Anyone else have an idea to find out in-MOO? Maybe if we can have
the checkpoint return the reason as an argument too (instead of just
returning 1)? Eric? Suggestions anyone?
Junky's 'R' Us
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