Have you ever been mystified by one of the cdr
return codes, like 174: External Sync abort required? All cdr
return codes now have descriptions and user actions that describe how to recover. For example, the explanation and user action for 174 is this:
synchronization or repair task did not complete in the timeout period.
This error can occur if the replicate being synchronized or the shadow
replicate that was created to resynchronize the data is not active
at all the participants specified in the command.
This error code is also returned when the cdr check
replicate or cdr check replicateset command
is run with the --enable option and the target
server could not be enabled and repaired in the timeout period. The
timeout period is 128 seconds or the value you set with the --timeout option.
action: Run the cdr list replicate command
to check the replicate status. If all participants are active, try
running the command again.
If the server
was being enabled, run the cdr list server command
to check the server status. If all participants are active, try running
the command again with an increased timeout value.
Check out the rest of the cdr return code explanations: