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Re: orbixd crash & recovery
R. Jefferson Porter wrote:
> Hi All,
> I want to pass on some information before I forget ?
> While at BNL I talked to someone from the online group
> (Nathon Stone) about their experiences with orbix. He
> mentioned that they had found orbixd to crash even though
> they only use orbix. For this reason they run it in the mode,
> orbixd -c filename
> The file, "filename", is a log file from which a new orbixd can
> recover the state of the servers when the orbixd crashes
> (see man pages on orbixd for this and other command line
> I've not had the opportunity to test this feature so if anyone
> who can routinely make orbixd crash (Dave, Alex ?) wants to
> try it out please do so.
I was trying this -c flag before, but it didn't seem working at that
We can try it again since our components are more stable nowadays.
Another one that I want to mention is that I'm writing one bypassing
process, and hopefully it'll be available sometime this week. That is
centainly a work-around method ( I don't know if it could be a permanent
solution though). Storage manager group will send you an email after
completion of this work-around method.
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