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Delete Old Configuration Events

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We recently decommissioned our old gms server.  I've noticed that we have a number of event errors within the POA logs that contain the old servers ip.  The only posts I found on this forum recommended either manually deleting the events through the POA console or running a gwcheck with DELEVENTSBYKEY.  Both options appear to delete the events for a short time before new events start appearing again.  What am I missing?

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Re: Delete Old Configuration Events

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Hi,

On your new GMS server you can run the "mcheck.pyc" tool to clean this up.  You will need to restart the POA afterwards.

 

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Laura Buckley

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Delete the events and the event configuration for the mobility server and then restart the post office.  That should be sufficient.

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Re: Delete Old Configuration Events

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Hi,

On your new GMS server you can run the "mcheck.pyc" tool to clean this up.  You will need to restart the POA afterwards.

 

Cheers,

 

Laura Buckley

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jesullivan Frequent Contributor.
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Re: Delete Old Configuration Events

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Thanks for your help! I've removed all events using the mcheck tool. Now I just need to schedule a time to restart the poa's.

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