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Progress database program

kenlo
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Progress database program

Installed Progress 8.3.B database in striping logical volume in L-class server(HP-UX 11.0). After 3 weeks, database crash. Display I/O error from console. But, used "cstm" tool to check server hardware, no fail. Finally, delete striping disk group and restore database. No error occur again until now. Any body had this kind of experience? Please provide tips to identify this problem

Ken
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Michael Steele_2
Honored Contributor

Re: Progress database program

What does LOGTOOL say?

STM > TOOLS > UTILITY > RUN > LOGTOOL > FILE > VIEW > RAW SUMMARY.

Note the first and last dates of transactions and calculate the difference. If the difference is short, like 4 hours, then this is important to note. Now read down the report of hardware addresses and observe the integer numbers in parenthesis. Anything over 150 in this 4 hour period should be called into HP for replacement.

sar -v 5 5
sar -d 5 5
sar -u 5 5
vmstat 5 5

Please catenate and attach.
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Julio Yamawaki
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Progress database program

Hi,

what kind of I/O error, I'd like to see the entire error message.
Also, have you checked the .lg file to see any Progress error message?