Working from memory on this, but look for any files in the data directory that start with a ~. I believe those files are created when the server starts and if they still exist when the server is down the dpar won't start. Could be way off on this though so maybe try renaming those ~ files rather than deleting.

Bob


*Bob Laing*
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On 9/8/2010 8:47 AM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
as per pmr 28035,500 I have a dpar locked. Says names.nsf is locked even
though server is completely down, dltdomsmem and dltdomsem has been run
and attempts to rlsifslck against it error out. Also iNav shows no usage
on it. The pmr mentioned removing a "system down flag". How does one do
that? I tried calling in on this sev 1 pmr but that's on call back queue.

Rob Berendt

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