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OS 10.5 - No such file or directory?


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Perad

 
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Is this a problem?

I was running the main menu maintenance scripts and was a little suprised to see it complete in 10 seconds.

Heres the log.

Is it normal for me to have several files and directories 'missing'.

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Running all maintenance scripts

Mon Mar 10 17:33:41 GMT 2008

Removing scratch and junk files...

Checking subsystem status...

ruptime: no hosts in /var/rwho.

Rotating log files...

- system.log


Mon Mar 10 17:33:41 GMT 2008

Rebuilding locate database...

Rebuilding whatis database...
find: /usr/local/man: No such file or directory

Rotating log files: mail.log

Mon Mar 10 17:33:51 GMT 2008

Doing login accounting:
sort: open failed: +1: No such file or directory

Rotating log files:
chmod: /var/log/wtmp: No such file or directory
Mon Mar 10 17:33:52 GMT 2008
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Can anyone confirm if this is a problem or not?

Jason
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I still want to know if this is a problem? If no one knows can someone direct me to a site or person that will know.

My mac seems a little more sluggish than it was before I reinstalled leopard.
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