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iPrint manager crash


Hi,
I'm having problems with iPrint Manager (novell-ipsmd), it dies 5-10
minutes after restart.
ndpsmmon.log tells this every minute:
08/27/07 21:27:27, Operation Set:,
Error: 506D000C - object not found,
User Name: 255.0.0.1,
Address: 255.0.0.1,
Object Name: unknown
(Client Interface)

apache errorlog tells me this
[warn] IPP Operation error=1, operation=A
[warn] IPP Operation error=407, operation=B
[warn] IPP Operation error=502, operation=401C

Any Clues??
Please help URGENT!


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Re: iPrint manager crash

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Re: iPrint manager crash

We're getting between 12 hours and 3 days out of our newly created print manager, but it still dies eventually no matter which node I start it from.

TID 3245149 addresses this, but doesn't have a fix. The only workaround listed is restarting Apache or the print manager service. I'm having a hard time explaining why this is happening, or where a permanent fix will come from (if any is available).

Does anyone else have any ideas? I'm current on patches and have been running iprint server 5.1.20061109-3 since day 1. Checking the manager from home (our printers need to run from 7:30AM to 11:00PM) after I leave work is what I'm starting to resort to.

Any help would be much appreciated 😃

-ben knorr
Westminster College
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
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Re: iPrint manager crash


Hi, I just installed patch-11667 (which worked fine on another server)
and now Ipsmd is not starting.
I start It by rcipsmd start and then the log says:

Sep 21 15:16:21 FATAL Error (506D000C) occurred while initializing the
Managed
Object database.
Sep 21 15:16:22 INFO The iPrint Manager has unloaded successfully.


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Re: iPrint manager crash

I have just encountered the problem with the same results. Fortunately,
Novell came out with a patch that I installed via Linux Patch Manager.
The iPrint patch is Open Enterprise Server Patch 11856, released
10/16/07, and it resolved my Print Manager's inability to start.

Good Luck with yours.

Glen

>
> Hi, I just installed patch-11667 (which worked fine on another server)
> and now Ipsmd is not starting.
> I start It by rcipsmd start and then the log says:
>
> Sep 21 15:16:21 FATAL Error (506D000C) occurred while initializing the
> Managed
> Object database.
> Sep 21 15:16:22 INFO The iPrint Manager has unloaded successfully.
>
>
> --
> SReinders


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Re: iPrint manager crash


Thx, I will try it out!


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