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GCV's gone missing

Hi, this morning my IDM server ran out of disk space (topic for another day) . Once we restarted our 15 connectors, all but 3 came up. After further investigation we noticed that our GCVs had gone missing from one of the drivers and the properties of the other two would display a blank page. The only way to get these drivers back online was to redeploy via designer.

Anyone have a similar problem when disk space runs out?

Thanks
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Re: GCV's gone missing

On 6/29/2012 3:26 PM, Novell GroupWise wrote:
> Hi, this morning my IDM server ran out of disk space (topic for another
> day) . Once we restarted our 15 connectors, all but 3 came up. After
> further investigation we noticed that our GCVs had gone missing from one
> of the drivers and the properties of the other two would display a blank
> page. The only way to get these drivers back online was to redeploy via
> designer.


These are per-replica attributes. I.e. Non-replicating attributes in a
replicated database. Contradiction in terms, right?

So they are kind of wonky at times. 🙂

Never seen it caused by disk space running out, but kooky things can
happen to them.

PS: Watch out if you Packages and you deliver a GCV to a system with
multiple servers in the driver set. The Linkage tab (maybe
Installation, actually) of the Package Properties for the GCV object has
an option of which server to set the GCV's on. All, none, or preferred.

With D4.01 at the Driverset level, Server List, you have to specify a
preferred server. If you leave it blank (Default) GCV's get added to
which server? You guessed it, null.

Lovely eh? In the docs somewhere, no doubt right? Meh, I am in a bad
mood about the docs right now, ignore me.

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