Last post Jun 12, 2009 10:21 AM by Dan Thompson
May 28, 2009 03:27 PM|Dan Thompson|LINK
Alright, so I've been banging my head on this one all day... hopefully someone can help me out. I'm trying to give a customer public folders and am using the createfolder.xml script (managed) as I always have. For some reason though, today when I run it
I'm getting the E_Blockmodel_Not_Enough_Resources 0xc2201c22 118 error. I've checked the available resources using the resource manager script and it shows the public folder store has 25GB free. I even added an addtional 10GB to it just for giggles, but
no dice. Is there somewhere else I can add / manage resources? The Organization plan allows for a 1GB public folder (nothing has changed there, and as I mentioned, I've got many other ones setup using this same procedure / plan). I've also tried the Allocate
/ Reallocate scripts, but I can't get those to run because of various missing stuff from the sample scripts (folderpath, etc).
Thanks in advance for the assistance!
Jun 12, 2009 10:05 AM|jochenf|LINK
I remember the same problem with a 4.5 installation... from my understanding createfolder is wrong in calculating bytes/KB/MB:
If you create an organization plan and give publicstore 50 MB storage then you create an actual PF (without specifying quota) we ended up with 50 KB(!) quota folder (and many 'E_BLOCKMODEL_RESOURCE_FULL' errors while trying to change the quota).
- create organization plan with '50000' megabytes (so you'll create 50MB public folders)
- give ressource manager huge ressources for your public folder store(s).
Someone out there with different experiences? is there a real fix available?
Jun 12, 2009 10:21 AM|Dan Thompson|LINK
My problem ended up being a bug in the Update Rollup 1 for HMC 4.5. After fully patching the system and upgrading HMC to UR2, this problem went away for me.
Jochen, I *think* your issue was fixed in one of the Update Rollups as well. It seems I recall Dmitri talking about the code of one of the scripts being modified with a *1024 line to make up the difference. I wasn't able to find the thread quickly though
just looking through. You might dig around on the site though, as I know I've read about your exact problem here before.