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how to restart server after backup has finished

hey......

details:
nw6.5sp3
arcserv r11.1

every night after we run backup there are several memory errors ie:


ul 17, 2005 3:06:26 pm NSS<NSSLIB>-3.22-219: mallocPage.c[57]
Error allocating 1 pages of memory.
You may not have enough memory. Either close some other applications or add
more
memory.


Jul 17, 2005 3:06:56 pm NSS<NSSLIB>-3.22-219: mallocPage.c[57]
Error allocating 1 pages of memory.
You may not have enough memory. Either close some other applications or add
more
memory.
7-24-2005 4:50:45 pm: SERVER-5.70-0
[nmID=2000A]
Short term memory allocator is out of memory.
3 attempts to get more memory failed.
request size in bytes 18611940 from Module UNIQSVR.NLM


7-24-2005 4:53:26 pm: SERVER-5.70-3707 [nmID=120004]
Server logical address space is running low. Increase the available
logical space by restarting the server with the -u676102144 switch


7-24-2005 4:53:27 pm: SERVER-5.70-0 [nmID=6001D]
Cache memory allocator out of available memory.


7-24-2005 4:53:27 pm: SERVER-5.70-0 [nmID=2000A]
Short term memory allocator is out of memory.
8 attempts to get more memory failed.
request size in bytes 18611940 from Module UNIQSVR.NLM

so everyday i have to come in early and restart the server. what i need to
happen is after the backup finishes, i would like to run a batch file or
command to restart the server. i am sure that this can be done, via the "run
program after execution option" in arcserv, but i do not know what to
run........or if i need to run a batch file at a certain time
everyday....please help save me some sleep.......i know that this is not a
fix, but the boss is dragging his feet, and this would really help ne
out....


thanks in advance,
aaron


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Re: how to restart server after backup has finished

On Mon, 25 Jul 2005 12:59:51 +0000, aaron wrote:

Since you're running with NW 6.5 SP3 make sure that you also have the
nw65os3a.exe and n65nss3a.exe patches applied. Both of these should solve
the errors you see.


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//Niclas Ekstedt
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Niclas Ekstedt, CNA/CNE/CNS/CLS
Network Consultant/NSC Sysop
InfraSystems Solutions
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