We have the system set to *WRAP.

This is something new related to the last load of V5R2 PTFs.

We were supplied with a new custom PTF for this so we are testing that PTF 
now. 


Sean Murphy
IT Messaging/Domino Intranet
Bed Bath & Beyond
908.688.0888 ext 4496

http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com



Sean M Murphy/IT/Corporate/BBBY
03/11/2005 09:32 AM

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Notes rip error from Domino iSeries





Anyone get this error?  CPF2526 -Job message queue for 
031160/QNOTES/Server can not be  extended. Job ended. 

We loaded a new bacth of V5R2 PTFs  and all of a sudden our servers are 
ending bouncing every few minutes abnormally witth a RIP file that 
contains very little info.

PTFs  PTF Group             Level  Status 
 SF99519                 123  Installed 

Messages in QSYSOPR MSGQ indicates that a Domino job with message id 
CPF2526 - Job message queue for 031160/QNOTES/UPDALL can not be  extended. 
Job ended. 

Apparently the resoultion is to upgrade Domino version to 6.04

The problem was tracked to the iSeries implementation of the C++ runtime 
try/catch/throw processes. The iSeries job message queue was filled with 
*STATUS messages used by the C++ runtime environment.

A compiler change was made in version 6.04 to remove the old STATUS 
messages once the C++ catch was invoked.

IBM Just gave us a new PTF for this...........

We extendded the job message queues in the Jobd for Domino  from to 64MB 
to help stop mitigate the issue. 

Sean



http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com



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message: 1
date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 13:18:39 -0500
from: rob@xxxxxxxxx
subject: Notes rip error from Domino iSeries

Have this one Domino partition that's been around for a LONG time.  I 
think the history was:
NT on IXS.  Notes 4.x
NT on standalone PC
Native 400, now up to Domino 6.0.3

Server did an autostart today.  (Separate pmr.)  As part of that restart 
it sent me a server notification.  Ok.  But at the bottom of that restart 
was a notes.rip attachment.  Evidently I have some stuff to clean up on my 

server.  Now I just have to figure out what.  The data in the .rip 
attachment was back from the mid to late 90's.


Rob Berendt
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date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 13:28:56 -0500
from: gregg.eldred@xxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: Notes rip error from Domino iSeries

That must be one large RIP file. :-) Are you looking for help with 
deciphering the file? If so, head for the bottom of the file and look for 
the word "fatal." That should give you a start on what caused it. If you 
are looking for cleanup tasks, my office could use some help. :-) You may 
have a lot of NSD files on that server, the older ones can go. Not sure 
what else is in the \data folder, but there could be a bunch of debug*.txt 

files, tmp files, etc.

HTH.

Gregg


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message: 3
date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 13:43:21 -0500
from: rob@xxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: Notes rip error from Domino iSeries

Not interested in interpreting it.  Judging by the date, there can't be 
any current information in it:
Data change date/time  . . . . . . . . :   12/11/98  22:26:07

Just want to know what I have to clean up this old crap so that Domino 
doesn't even THINK of sending me obsolete stuff like this.  Like, is there 

a notes.ini parameter that says to attach a rip file.

Because, pun intended, I don't give a rip.

Rob Berendt
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Group Dekko Services, LLC
Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
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That must be one large RIP file. :-) Are you looking for help with 
deciphering the file? If so, head for the bottom of the file and look for 
the word "fatal." That should give you a start on what caused it. If you 
are looking for cleanup tasks, my office could use some help. :-) You may 
have a lot of NSD files on that server, the older ones can go. Not sure 
what else is in the \data folder, but there could be a bunch of debug*.txt 


files, tmp files, etc.

HTH.

Gregg
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