View Poll Results: Waiting for Next Logical Log File to be Freed

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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2002
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    Question Unanswered: HELP ME PLEASE : Waiting for Next Logical Log File to be Freed

    Wed Mar 6 12:02:07 2002

    12:02:07 Event alarms enabled. ALARMPROG = '/opt/informix/etc/log_full.sh'
    12:02:07 Booting Language <c> from module <>
    12:02:07 Loading Module <CNULL>
    12:02:07 Booting Language <builtin> from module <>
    12:02:07 Loading Module <BUILTINNULL>
    12:02:12 Informix Dynamic Server 2000 Version 9.20.UC1 Software Serial Number
    AAC#J435394
    12:02:14 Informix Dynamic Server 2000 Initialized -- Shared Memory Initialized.
    12:02:14 Physical Recovery Started.
    12:02:14 Physical Recovery Complete: 3 Pages Restored.
    12:02:14 Logical Recovery Started.
    12:02:18 Waiting for Next Logical Log File to be Freed

    [COLOR=blue]botocabrini@hotmail.com

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2002
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    Basically, you are hosed. You had a long transaction hose your system. Please check the following onconfig parameters: LTXHWM, LTXEHWM and LBU_PRESERVE. You will have to contact tech support to help you through this one. Good luck.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
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    Germany
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    Lightbulb

    Set your LTAPEDEV to /dev/null and give a try with oninit -s , before calling tech support...


    Murat

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Mar 2002
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    Re

    command 'oninit -s' bring server to quiescent mode ,
    you haven't to do that , You can set LTAPEDEV to /dev/null
    and run command ontape -a it's backing up your logical log into /dev/null
    or you instert your tape cartidge into your tape device mount it and set LTAPE point to it and run command ontape -a your bakcup is in your tape device
    Last edited by dananio; 05-20-02 at 13:00.

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