Internal: error 78 when transferring the files

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miguelp
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Internal: error 78 when transferring the files

Post by miguelp » 19 Sep 2015 17:13

Hi,

I'm using this command

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guard category load create WebMail ftp 192.168.110.4 WebMail domains urls
I've set also the password for my FTP user, and I've tested it with a ftp client.

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password ftp add 192.168.110.4 user@mydomain.com
In the root of the FTP server I can see two files:
WebMail.domains
WebMail.urls

I have also downloaded those with my FTP client with no issues. This probes that the server is serving the files correctly.

The message I receive from CG after the "guard load create..." command is:

Internal: error 78 - The resource referenced in the URL does not exist.

Any ideas?
Thanks,
Miguel

miguelp
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Re: Internal: error 78 when transferring the files

Post by miguelp » 19 Sep 2015 19:11

Hi,
I recompressed the files, and after that is working.
The error is not showing anymore.
Thanks,
Miguel

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david
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Re: Internal: error 78 when transferring the files

Post by david » 19 Sep 2015 19:35

Hi Miguel

I'm happy to hear that. Actually with the command "guard" when you specify a file name, the system adds some extensions to it as follows (extract of the documentation):
The <base-file-name> parameter is the base file name (without extensions .domains.gz , .urls.gz or .expressions.gz ) of a user defined category. File(s) must exist and be accessible on the file server. The optional last arguments specify which category types to load. Category types are : domains , urls and expressions If no category types are specified, domains and urls category types are loaded.
Best Regards,
David Jan
CacheGuard Technical Team
https://www.cacheguard.com

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