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An error occurred while opening the symbols database '%s'.
The database file might be corrupted.
Warning: the function ID %d is not in the symbols database.
You have tried to add or remove a function which is not in the symbols
database. Check the source from which you obtained the function name or
ID. Check that you are using the correct symbols database. The default
symbols database is xdb.dat. Correct the error and try the command again.
Duplicated section '%s' in the configuration file.
Each program section can only be present once in the configuration file.
Perhaps you copied a section intending to change the name but did not.
Edit the configuration file, save it and restart Tivoli Workload Scheduler.
Warning: There is a mismatch between the size of the new filter file and the
previous one (new size = %d, previous size = %d).
You have used the -filter option to supply a new filter file, but the new
filter file was generated using a symbols database different from that used
when the filter file currently in use was created. Put a different way, you
seem to have used different symbols databases to create two different filter
files, and the two different databases have different numbers of functions.
In-Flight Trace can continue tracing but the filtering might not be applied
correctly. You are advised always to use only the symbols database
generated when the version of the product you are tracing was built.
Cannot clean up the shared memory because some process is currently using it.
You have used the -clean option to clean the shared memory, but one or
more processes is still using the shared memory, so it cannot be cleaned.
Use your system resources to determine which process is using the shared
memory, stop it, and retry the -clean option.
Tivoli Workload Scheduler: Troubleshooting Guide
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