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Old 08-16-2016, 07:56 PM   #1
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cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...


this is on the Fedora 23.
not sure since when im getting this line in messages:
Code:
Aug 16 20:47:49 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:47:50 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:47:53 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:47:54 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:04 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:05 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:06 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:35 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:36 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:49 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:50 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:54 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:48:55 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:49:06 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
Aug 16 20:49:07 toshiba cupsd: Expiring subscriptions...
but it is just annoying at very least.
Is there anything i need to worry about ?
thank you
 
Old 08-16-2016, 08:44 PM   #2
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Nothing to worry about - it's just a CUPS notification, based on configuration parameters set in subscription.conf, and the lease and expiration times can be adjusted to suit.

More info...
Code:
man subscriptions.conf
This blog might be helpful as well...

http://blog.whatgeek.com.pt/2014/07/...notifications/
 
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Old 08-17-2016, 11:00 AM   #3
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Nothing to worry about - it's just a CUPS notification, based on configuration parameters set in subscription.conf, and the lease and expiration times can be adjusted to suit.

More info...
Code:
man subscriptions.conf
This blog might be helpful as well...

http://blog.whatgeek.com.pt/2014/07/...notifications/
Thank you for the reply.

"This file is not intended to be edited or managed manually. " - manual said and the blogger just manually updated the file. i was trying to (quickly) find what is the "apple's blessed" way of updating the conf file. Have to admit it that manual will be the only way @ this point.

Thank you!
 
  


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