I have the 60-day demo version of Lotus Notes 8 for Linux running on 32-bit openSuSE 10.3.
If they application closes improperly, this CLFRJ0010E error will occur.
I fix this by cleaning up after the dead session:
1. Remove the leftover lockfile.
2. Since Eclipse worspaces are fragile can become corrupted, I purge the workspace underlying my user's lotus notes session.
rm -rf $HOME/lotus/notes/data/workspace
However, this blows away any log files. As long as my notes.ini, bookmarks.ndf and personal .id files are retained, I will not need to reset any of my settings.
3. Finally, because Lotus Notes leaves zombie or abandoned processes with locked open files, I kill anything leftover from the dead session.
ps -ef | grep lotus
user 22514 1 0 10:19 ? 00:00:01 /opt/ibm/lotus/notes/taskldr /opt/ibm/lotus/notes/taskldr
pkill -9 taskldr
I could have used 'kill -9 22514' since 22514 is the PID of the abandoned taskldr program.
A good indication that you have leftover processes is that the CLFRJ0010E error goes away after a reboot.
Notes 8 Client / Ubuntu 7.10 (Mirko Hufnagel 27.Sep.07)
Feedback response number WEBB7A3QHU created by Jeremiah D Powell on 12/20/2007
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. . . . Ok, found the problem (Mirko Hufnagel 28.Sep.07)
. . . . Sorry, the same error again (Mirko Hufnagel 28.Sep.07)
. . . . . . Solved - Notes8 launched after note... (frederic fj jan... 29.Oct.07)
. . . . . . . . Printing (Roland R Baudin... 14.Nov.07)
. . What is the the solution? (Branislav Kloco... 24.Nov.07)
. . . . CLFRJ00010E error loading Notes 8 f... (Jeremiah D Powe... 20.Dec.07)