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comment CUPS: “Too many open files” message
Alas, this answer proved incorrect. I disabled the CUPS AppArmor profile, but the problem recurred. I am un-accepting my own answer. I still have no idea what causes this behavior, but I've ameliorated the symptoms by forcing CUPS to restart every morning at 4 AM using cron.
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comment Monitoring a cgi-bin executable's file usage?
This did the trick. I was able to write a wrapper for the binary that ran it through strace and dumped the output to /tmp. Thanks!
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comment glibc.i686 conflicts with libc6?
Thanks a lot, this was very helpful. I believe I know who is responsible for this state of affairs, and we will likely reinstall the server as a stock RHEL box. Much appreciated.
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comment glibc.i686 conflicts with libc6?
@MichaelHampton You're right, it's a Mandriva package. I have no idea how it got there. I'm talking with the IT department -- we may have to rebuild the server.