Had ~40 incidents in Altiris Helpdesk that would display the following error when trying to edit:
This incident is locked for a pending update operation. It cannot be edited at this time.
To fix, run the command on the SQL database:
UPDATE workitem SET updatelock = '' WHERE updatelock = 'c'
I had to make two changes in order to get the Atahualpa theme fully functioning on our newly upgraded WordPress 3 Multisite installs.
First, I used this tip from the always helpful Andrea_r to fix the missing theme options. Open up the functions/bfa_ata_add_admin.php file and change this line:
add_theme_page("Atahualpa Options", "Atahualpa Theme Options", 'edit_themes', 'functions.php', 'bfa_ata_admin');
add_theme_page("Atahualpa Options", "Atahualpa Theme Options", 'edit_theme_options', 'functions.php', 'bfa_ata_admin');
The second issue deals with the missing per blog site custom headers. Atahualpa determines whether it is running on WPMU or a standard WordPress install by looking for wpmu-settings.php in the root of the install. This file no longer exist in WordPress by default. The quick & ugly hack to get your headers to appear correctly is to create an empty wpmu-settings.php in the root of your WordPress install directory. Run these commands in the shell of your web server:
Logon with an admin account to the server console
Select “Install/Upgrade VMware Tools” from the “VM” menu
Type this command in at the command prompt: <pre>msiexec /i “d:\VMware Tools.msi” /qn</pre>
Note: you may need to substitue d:\ with the correct drive letter that corresponds to your cdrom drive
Microsoft enables hibernation on Windows Server 2008 by default. This feature has the potential to eat up a ton of hard drive space because the OS will create a file(c:\hiberfil.sys) that is equal in size to the amount of RAM in the server. That could be bad news for a 16 or 32GB SQL server.
To disable it and reclaim your hard drive space, run this command
<code>powercfg.exe /hibernate off</code>