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25th January 2010 at 13:39 #60863MlaiGuest
This alarm is occurred in APG40, can help someone?
thanks27th January 2010 at 10:50 #60864KAKAGuest
please verify the connection to the remote system with the command: cdhver “destination name” you can see the all the in you APG destionation with the command cdhls. if the status of the destination is not ok you can manually initiated file notification for this destination with cdhver -m destination name
The alarm will normaly ceased after few minute.
R.27th January 2010 at 15:03 #60865MlaiGuest
thx for interested in my problem, the problem with connection is ok, the problem is with directory K:\aes\data\cdh\ftp\OSSDEST1\Ready in witch you have problem data:”The Directory has been filled to pre-defined limit or it contains files older than pre-defined limit”
so from the alarm indicated that is a “OLD FILE” in directory “ready”
thanks28th January 2010 at 15:08 #60866mombazaaGuest
I have the same problem as Mlai. cdhver destination gives OK for both STATUS and NOTIFICATION. Pinging the remote IP also replies ok,yet the alarm persist. Is there a way to cease this alarm? Your help is appreciated.28th January 2010 at 16:07 #60867KAKAGuest
Hi mans !!
okay i see. you must just delete the old file in the concerned directory. go to the K:\aes\data\cdh\ftp\OSSDEST1\Ready. you would must see the old statistic file. try to delete. the alarm will be cease automaticaly after 1min.
KAKA29th January 2010 at 07:17 #60868MlaiGuest
The problem is that we dont have so old files and we have just one:
01/15/2010 09:28 PM 3,076,096 MRRFIL00-0000000077
so i think is not good to delete this file.
thanks.1st February 2010 at 16:25 #60869PrinceGuest
I have read all your analysis and proposed solutions to the problem but it seems you still have the fault persisting. I am tempted to believe that K: drive is corrupted and you can check this with this command: “chkdsk K:”
If you check and there’s corruption on the K: drive, then that’s the cause of the alarm not ceasing. However, when you discover it to be corruption, then you should clean it by following a special procedure.
Hope this helps.5th May 2011 at 12:54 #60870OTMOTGuest
I had the same alarm but instead of deleting I cut and pasted all the contents of “Ready” folder to “Sent” folder. The alarm cleared.