client configuration windows 7 enterprise, Python 2.7.3
I try to launch from a W7 client a Python program located on a server, but I get the following message when 20 files (total size = 3GB) are copied from the client to the server :
Traceback (most recent call last): File "\\filler\PROJECTS\server\python\LIB\util.py", line 101, in __pepareFiles shutil.copyfile(self.sFileIn,self.sTmpFileIn) File "C:\Progra~1\Python27\lib\shutil.py", line 84, in copyfile copyfileobj(fsrc, fdst) File "C:\Progra~1\Python27\lib\shutil.py", line 49, in copyfileobj buf = fsrc.read(length) IOError: [Errno 22] Invalid argument
This message appears randomly when I copy the files.
Do you know if there is a solution to avoid this error message when the code to execute is located on a server in the same directory as the data?
I have found a solution: Execute all the Python code on the C: drive and no more from the server:
I do not get any errors now.
I think your WINAPI code should fit in the main variable and from the if statement, not the PL/SQL.
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acc_install -R, or after you push the appropriate
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It's absolutely probably not your optimization. Instead you might require formcast. These can match both files.
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