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We are running Domino.  Seems that we get damaged memory and semaphores
that really throw a wrench into the works.  To resolve this we end up
doing the following (after we've brought down the Domino servers):

call qp0zipcs parm('-Emsa')

Which generates a spool file which looks like the following:

IPC STATUS AS OF Wed Apr 24 08:58:23 2002
T     ID     KEY        MODE        OWNER     GROUP   CREATOR    CGROUP
NATTCH     SEGSZ  CPID  LPID    ATIME    DTIME    CTIME
             AJOBNUM    NUMATT
SHARED MEMORY:
M    792 0000000000 --RW-RW-RW-   QSECOFR     *NONE  QTMHHTTP     *NONE  2
       48   246  3429 08:26:15  00:00:00  08:26:15
              652517         1
              652510         1
M    793 0000000000 --RW-RW-RW-   QSECOFR     *NONE  QTMHHTTP     *NONE  1
      192   246  3429 08:26:15  08:26:13  08:26:15
              652517         1
M     40 0XFFFFFFFF --------RW-    QNOTES     *NONE    QNOTES     *NONE  0
        4   248     0 00:00:00  00:00:00  16:36:36
M   3156 0XF8FA0000 --RW-RW----    QNOTES     *NONE    QNOTES     *NONE  0
  6284128    64 47196 08:38:14  08:49:59  00:06:53

...

T     ID     KEY        MODE        OWNER     GROUP   CREATOR    CGROUP
NSEMS    OTIME    CTIME
             SEMNUM  SEMVAL LJOBNUM   WAITZ   WAITP   WAITVAL
SEMAPHORES:
S   8065 0000000000 --RW-RW-RW-    QNOTES     *NONE    QNOTES     *NONE  1
00:26:11  00:22:26
                  0       1 P046431
S   8067 0000000000 --RW-RW-RW-    QNOTES     *NONE    QNOTES     *NONE  1
07:55:25  00:22:27
                  0       1 P046433
S   8068 0000000000 --RW-RW-RW-    QNOTES     *NONE    QNOTES     *NONE  1
00:24:16  00:22:27
                  0       1 P046434
S   8069 0000000000 --RW-RW-RW-    QNOTES     *NONE    QNOTES     *NONE  1
00:26:24  00:22:27
                  0       1 P046435
S   8070 0000000000 --RW-RW-RW-    QNOTES     *NONE    QNOTES     *NONE  1
00:00:00  00:22:27
                  0       1 P046436

Then for most of the entries we have to run:
call qp0zipcr parm('-s8065')
for the semaphores, and
call qp0zipcr parm('-m40')
-s = semaphore
-m = memory
and the number is the id from the report.

Has anyone written a Work With screen to take this spool file, convert it
into a disk file and give us an option to place in front of each entry to
qp0zipcr it?


Rob Berendt
--
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin


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