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gwcheck scheduled queues filled up

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Periodically our server running a PO and Domain (netware 6.5 sp8
cluster) will slow to a crawl. I look at the gwcheck queues and see
literally hundreds of jobs queued up there. After taking the PO
offline, deleting the ngwcheck.db file and starting up again all is well
- - until next time. I get hundreds of these administrative messages
afterwards.

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Error that occurred: DF28-Failure using the 'ngwcheck.db' database
Date/Time: Tuesday, 10 February 2009 3:50am
Type of message: Individually tasked database maintenance
To requeue, save the last attachment to <post office path>\WPCSOUT\OFS\0
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with a 780 byte binary attachment named something like 2990F9AF.00N

Any help on how to prevent this would be helpful.

Thanks.

David Brown
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Re: gwcheck scheduled queues filled up

David Brown wrote:

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> Periodically our server running a PO and Domain (netware 6.5 sp8
> cluster) will slow to a crawl. I look at the gwcheck queues and see
> literally hundreds of jobs queued up there. After taking the PO
> offline, deleting the ngwcheck.db file and starting up again all is
> well - - until next time. I get hundreds of these administrative
> messages afterwards.
>
> - --------------------------------------
> Error that occurred: DF28-Failure using the 'ngwcheck.db' database
> Date/Time: Tuesday, 10 February 2009 3:50am
> Type of message: Individually tasked database maintenance
> To requeue, save the last attachment to <post office
> path>\WPCSOUT\OFS\0 - -----------------------------------
>
> with a 780 byte binary attachment named something like 2990F9AF.00N
>
> Any help on how to prevent this would be helpful.
>
> Thanks.
>


Next time it happens check in the web interface if any gwcheck worker
threads are in use


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Cheers,
Edward
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