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|Date:||Tue, 19 Jun 2007 09:38:41 -0400|
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Perhaps I'm the only one confused by this, but I'm having a hard time following this thread. We are no longer talking about nvUtil, or are we?
/usr/OV/bin/nvdbimport -f /opt/Tivoli/custom/scripts/tmp/QClear.import 2>> /opt/Tivoli/custom/logs/nv/NV_TEC_TICKETS20070619.log
where the file QClear.import is 204262 in size. could that be a limit for nvdbimport? and I'll have to go back through the code and try to figure out why we are making this setting, but could that be the problem? thanks
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Subject: Re: [NV-L] nvUtil dying
Bad syntax for the rule might do it. What rule were you using ?
Did nvUtil throw an error when it died ?
Does "die" mean exit or hung (never returns bad to the command prompt) ?
Of the bunch of nvUtils your script runs, how many of them does your script complete before the problem occurs ... can you pinpoint the problematic nvUtil call within your script and provide some details of its syntax (rule etc) ?
When you attempt the "nvUtil L" after your script completes, I'm assuming one of the nvUtil's from your script has already hosed things. Can you check to see if any nvUtils are still left running (ps -ef |grep nvUtil), kill them, then retry your "nvUtil L" test to see if that is all that is needed to resume normal operation (instead of restarting the daemons). If not, just recycle nvcold daemon and see if that frees things up.
What would cause nvUtil to die when all the daemons are up, based on ovstatus? Is there a limit to how big a list can be , that is returned by nvUtil e? I'm trying to debug this issue, and a bunch of nvUtil e's are issued for this script, and for unknown reasons, after this script runs, nvUtil L never returns and I have to stop all the daemons and restart them. The code has not changed, at all, on the Netview servers, but I was thinking that the output of the nvUtil was too big and hitting some limit
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