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Post Error 1: Can't update the search index
Anyone know how to fix this? I can't get updates on four feeds. Instead I get this msg: "Error 1: File IO Open error ... Can't update the search index." Appreciate any advice, suggestion, new curse words, etc. you can offer -- thanks!

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Post Re: Error 1: Can't update the search index
Check out this thread.


Fri Oct 05, 2007 11:54 pm
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Thanks for your reply. The thread you referred me to says to delete files in "my User's index directory." So NEW question: Where is/ how do I find my User's index directory? -MLE


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englishml wrote:
Where is/ how do I find my User's index directory? -MLE

There's a link in the other thread to this help page :-)


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Post What files to delete?
I have the same problem. I deleted the files in this directory, but then I lost all of my feeds, so I restored the files. What files should I delete?

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Post Re: What files to delete?
nimijean wrote:
I deleted the files in this directory, but then I lost all of my feeds, so I restored the files. What files should I delete?

You need to delete only the files in the <tt>Index</tt> sub-directory. I get the feeling you deleted the entire user directory :-)


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indeed. Working fine now! Tahnks for the help. Richard


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