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correct dc files

Cannot rebuild PO database ( or use new/change existing user in PO ) - Error rebuilding database (0xC00B).

I have "#version=1400" in gwdom.dc, gwpo.dc ( both have date 23-Jan-2014 ),
but in the file ngwquard.dc I see text "#version=1200".

Where is located ( in distrbutive software, gw14.x_full_linux_multi.tar ) correct file?
Or how to get it?

Igor.
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Re: correct dc files

Hi Igor,

I would recommend that you rebuild your Post Office database using the command line gwadminutil utility. See here for documentation: https://www.novell.com/documentation/groupwise2014r2/gw2014_guide_manpages/data/man_gwadmdb_gw-rebuild.html

Note that your Post Office must be shutdown during this process.

Please try that and let us know how it goes before we troubleshoot further.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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Re: correct dc files

I have tried

1) ./grpwise stop
2) gwadminutil rebuild -d mydomain -n mydomain.mypo -o /tmp

result:

Creating database...
Adding records to post office database...
Rebuilding database index: 4
Adding records to post office database:149

Error (C00B): Bad field number in record being added

What to do?

Igor.
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Re: correct dc files

Hi Igor,

I recommend you open a Service Request.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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Re: correct dc files

Hi Igor,

Further to my suggestion above, to answer your question about the .dc files, they are found here on a Linux system: /opt/novell/groupwise/admin/data/

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Laura Buckley

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