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ShyamSiddoji
ShyamSiddoji
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Pinned topic lost entire domain configurations due to reboot

‏2013-10-28T23:17:28Z |

Hi,

We lost all  configurations in one of the domain after auto reboot by dp appliance, including (all mpg, wsp configurations), we are able to see service names but If I click on service I can't see any service flows(request,response,error), even fetching wsdl's url's also vanished. 

I seen reboots in past experience due to various reason like( memory issue) but never lost configurations.

catchy thing is this is happened to only 1 domain out 6 domains in that appliance. We recovered the domain with backup's.

Q:- does anybody faced similar kind of issue before? Is this problem with firmware ?  

We are using 5.0.0.8 firmware version

 

Thanks in Advance,

 

  • JoeMorganNTST
    JoeMorganNTST
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    Re: lost entire domain configurations due to reboot

    ‏2013-10-29T22:07:18Z  in response to ShyamSiddoji

    Its strange that it is happening to only one of the domains.

    Are you restoring "over" the domain?  Have you tried dropping the domain completely, recreating it, then restoring to the new one?

     

    • ShyamSiddoji
      ShyamSiddoji
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      Re: lost entire domain configurations due to reboot

      ‏2013-11-05T01:12:57Z  in response to JoeMorganNTST

      Hi,

      I wish I could delete the domain and restoring config's in new domain but it's has lot of certs and config files, so we are decided to import the configurations into same domain.

      another bug which I found while I am importing configurations first time I am not able to see any processing flows but If I re- import same file again I am able to see all related configurations.

      Not sure why it's not importing the configurations at first time?

       

       

      • kenhygh
        kenhygh
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        Re: lost entire domain configurations due to reboot

        ‏2013-11-05T12:03:08Z  in response to ShyamSiddoji

        Shyam,

        That's a weird one. I hope you're opening PMRs with IBM.