I'm curious, what OS does this 126.96.36.199? Can you please share the result of
$ lsb_release -a
$ cat /etc/*release*
Hi Paul, nice to meet you.
This server has Oracle Linux 8.2
Please to answer your question as well.
Unfortunately, you did not type the command correctly. Please review or copy-paste the above. You're using double quotes should be asterisk (*)
I´m install in the server: yum install redhat-lsb-core
and now show:
but, is not working yet...
[root@mwebdb01 etc]# cat /etc/*release*cat: /etc/lsb-release.d: Is a directoryOracle Linux Server release 8.2NAME="Oracle Linux Server"VERSION="8.2"ID="ol"ID_LIKE="fedora"VARIANT="Server"VARIANT_ID="server"VERSION_ID="8.2"PLATFORM_ID="platform:el8"PRETTY_NAME="Oracle Linux Server 8.2"ANSI_COLOR="0;31"CPE_NAME="cpe:/o:oracle:linux:8:2:server"HOME_URL="https://linux.oracle.com/"BUG_REPORT_URL="https://bugzilla.oracle.com/"
ORACLE_BUGZILLA_PRODUCT="Oracle Linux 8"ORACLE_BUGZILLA_PRODUCT_VERSION=8.2ORACLE_SUPPORT_PRODUCT="Oracle Linux"ORACLE_SUPPORT_PRODUCT_VERSION=8.2Red Hat Enterprise Linux release 8.2 (Ootpa)Oracle Linux Server release 8.2cpe:/o:oracle:linux:8:2:serverOracle Linux Server release 8[root@mwebdb01 etc]#
I wonder what happens if you try to disable or move the script /etc/bash_logger somewhere else. It seems that file/config/script causes the problem why this fails. Once moved, try to re-run the job again from the UI and see how it goes.
the system does not allow this operation
Can you convert this concern by creating a support request instead please by clicking the link above. I'll ask more files which might not be appropriate to share here.
We'll look forward for your Zendesk ticket filed.
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