|109013||The hierarchy for the specified configuration file does not have an equivalency with the target system. Select another target system or configuration file.||The -t TargetSys argument to the synccfg utility specified a system that does not contain an equivalency for the Samba hierarchy on the local system.|
|109044||Usage: synccfg -t TargetSys -c ConfigFile||The synccfg utility requires two arguments,-t TargetSys where the configuration file will be copied and –c ConfigFile for the name of the configuration to copy. You must specify both arguments.|
|109045||Specified Configuration file does not exist on this server.||The –c ConfigFile argument to the synccfg utility specified a configuration that does not exist on this system.|
|109046||The target system specified for updating is the same as the template system. Select a new target system.||The –t TargetSys argument to the synccfg utility specified the local server as the target of the copy. The target server must not be the local system.|
|109047||The specified configuration file is not used in any Samba instances. Select another configuration file.||The –c ConfigFile argument to the synccfg utility specified a configuration file that is not used in any LifeKeeper Samba instance. Only configuration file protected by LikeKeeper can be copied with this utility.|
|109048||The syncronization of the Samba configuration file failed with a status of "%s".||The attempted synchronization of the configuration files between the local system and the target system failed. The status provides the reason for the failure.|
|109049||The hierarchy for the specified configuration file is ISP on the target node. Select another target system or configuration file.||The -t TargetSys argument to the synccfg utility specified a system where the Samba hierarchy is currently ISP. The target system must not be ISP.|
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