Why are error messages of multiple gconfd processes seen in system log files?

Solution Verified - Updated -

Issue

  • Below messages reported in messages logs:
Feb 3 14:27:50 server1 gconfd (root-19202): Failed to write "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml": Failed to move temporary file "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml.new" to final location "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml": No such file or directory  
Feb 3 14:27:50 server1 gconfd (root-21750): Failed to write "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml": Failed to move temporary file "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml.new" to final location "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml": No such file or directory  
Feb 3 14:27:50 server1 gconfd (root-21750): Failed to sync one or more sources: Failed to write some configuration data to disk  
Feb 3 14:27:50 server1 gconfd (root-19202): Failed to sync one or more sources: Failed to write some configuration data to disk  
Feb 3 15:27:50 server1 gconfd (root-19202): Failed to write "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml": Failed to move temporary file "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml.new" to final location "/root/.gconf/apps/puplet/%gconf.xml": No such file or directory.

Environment

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
  • Package:
    • GConf2

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