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KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

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odinsride
Occasional Advisor

KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

We are getting this error on certain files...other files work fine. The object type checks out a file from pvcs using command line, the password is encrypted. But Like I said, it works fine for most files...only a few files have problems. Any help please?

[pvcs@dl-dumfries ~]Hidden% pcli get -id"username:#!#*****#!#" -pr"//GCSSMC" -z -a"/home/pvcs/ppm/pvcs_stg/sql/" /sql/XXMC_AR_CUST_ACCT_DSCDS.pkb; echo KSC_EXIT_STATUS $?
received echo: The received command was suppressed because it contained a password.

Serena ChangeMan Version Manager (PCLI) v8.1.3 (Build 184) for Linux/80x86
Copyright 1985-2006 Serena Software. All rights reserved.
Closing SSH Session


Command(s) timed out...
Waiting for the following String[s] in session output:
KSC_EXIT_STATUS

Session output processed:Lines in shell session contain encrypted values. (KNTA-10895)
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Erik Cole_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

Maybe the command line is waiting for some user input for some reason? Like asking for a delete or overwrite confirmation?
Darshan Bavisi
Occasional Visitor

Re: KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

Hi -

Increase the command timeout, and it should work. Also, make sure the string is not garbled.
Rose Pekarek
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

How do you increase the command timeout?
SID_24
Super Collector

Re: KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

Hi All

The information by errors can be received in the knowledge base.
"Legacy Mercury Forum Search Page on SSO (requires HP Passport Login)" - In the bottom of a page.

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/documents

In search field enter "KNTA-10895"

Good Luck
Rose Pekarek
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

I did not find an answer to this question in the documentation, but did find it by digging. The command timeout can be adjusted by editing the object type having the problem. Edit the command line having the issue. The timeout is listed at the top as a required field. The value is in seconds.
odinsride
Occasional Advisor

Re: KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

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Jayant Gupta
Super Collector

Re: KNTA-10895 What does this mean??

hi was the issue solved..? cos even i am getting a similar problem. on submitting the package for execution , it comes as Failed[cmds time out]
//Add this to "OnDomLoad" event