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gwia & dom unused (GW 2014 R2)

Hey guys,

today i have a very strange problem: we have 2 GW-Servers:

* Server 1: has all PO´s
* Server 2: has 1 Gate-Domain and 1 GWIA with IMAP / POP Support

The problem is that the gwia & gate-dom on the 2nd server doesn´t come up (unused). We didn´t make any changes to the configuration. The problem still persists since 09:00 AM.

I deleted the wpcsout & wpcsin folders.

thx
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Re: gwia & dom unused (GW 2014 R2)

In article <wilhelmm.7bwlwo@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Wilhelmm
wrote:
> The problem is that the gwia & gate-dom on the 2nd server doesn?t come
> up (unused). We didn?t make any changes to the configuration. The
> problem still persists since 09:00 AM.


Do they come up when started manually?
What do their respective log files say as well as the system logs?
What OS are they running on so that we can give more specific pointers.
(I could guess the OS, but you know how much a trouble maker that Murphy
guy is 😉

I am assuming that you have a Domain on Server1 in addition to the POs,
2 domains is always better than one for the DR purposes.


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