OSError [Errno 26] ?!?!
nikos at superhost.gr
Tue Jul 2 07:57:34 CEST 2013
Στις 2/7/2013 8:15 πμ, ο/η Cameron Simpson έγραψε:
> On 02Jul2013 06:37, Νίκος <nikos at superhost.gr> wrote:
> | After making a slightly chnage inside my pelatologio.py script
> | substituting '*****' instead of '-----' for no apparent reason i
> | receive the following error:
> | [Tue Jul 02 06:33:06 2013] [error] [client 220.127.116.11] OSError:
> | [Errno 26] \\u0391\\u03c1\\u03c7\\u03b5\\u03af\\u03bf
> | \\u03ba\\u03b5\\u03b9\\u03bc\\u03ad\\u03bd\\u03bf\\u03c5
> | \\u03c3\\u03b5 \\u03c7\\u03c1
> Errno 26 depends on your operating system. See "man 2 intro" for details.
> But on my Mac and on a handle Linux system number 26 is:
> 26 ETXTBSY Text file busy. The new process was a pure procedure (shared
> text) file which was open for writing by another process, or
> while the pure procedure file was being executed an open call
> requested write access.
> See the os.strerror function for printing the message from an errno number:
> I'd say you're trying to write to a file you shouldn't be writing to.
> Maybe an executable?
> Try to get your script to print out the filename of whatever it was trying to
> overwrite before the open() call.
> Regarding the characters, I'd say they've been double escaped. Let's undo that:
> [/Users/cameron]fleet*> py3
> Python 3.3.2 (default, May 21 2013, 11:50:47)
> [GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple Clang 4.1 ((tags/Apple/clang-421.11.66))] on darwin
> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
> >>> print('\\u0391\\u03c1\\u03c7\\u03b5\\u03af\\u03bf \\u03ba\\u03b5\\u03b9\\u03bc\\u03ad\\u03bd\\u03bf\\u03c5 \\u03c3\\u03b5 \\u03c7\\u03c1')
> \u0391\u03c1\u03c7\u03b5\u03af\u03bf \u03ba\u03b5\u03b9\u03bc\u03ad\u03bd\u03bf\u03c5 \u03c3\u03b5 \u03c7\u03c1
> >>> print('\u0391\u03c1\u03c7\u03b5\u03af\u03bf \u03ba\u03b5\u03b9\u03bc\u03ad\u03bd\u03bf\u03c5 \u03c3\u03b5 \u03c7\u03c1')
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> I can't read that, but I'd hope you can.
> | What is this OSError and these unicode characters besided it?
> | Here is the complete traceback.
> A traceback without code isn't terribly useful.
Thank you, the error have been caused due to the fact that the uploading
procedure of my edited 'pelatologio.py' hadn't been completed yet, while
i was requesting the execution of the script via browser.
I didn't had to do anything it solved by itself, after upload was
successful and file got unlocked for access.
Thanks Cameron, and indeed the error message as you printed the Unicode
characters was saying in Greek that file was in use.
What is now proved was at first only imagined!
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