[ngw] GroupWise information for this object does not exist - Top Down Rebuild?
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Wed Apr 28 17:37:27 UTC 2010
try disconnecting GW attributes and then do a graft
or even first sync the item
check the link config for all open connections between MTA's first otherwise
a sync does not work
for doing a restore with a specific FID see my tip from 2005:
don't forget to list the users that have access or proxy access
when doing a rebuild of a dom connect to the prim then tell C1 to store the
rebuilt file to a local path then later stop the POA and copy the rebuilt
one over the existing one (or rename the old one for backup)
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On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 4:47 PM, Joe Acquisto <joe.acquisto at gmail.com>wrote:
> Before doing anything, check link configuration and for pending operations,
> connected to all domains.
> Where these objects created when C1 was connected to the Secondary? Or
> is that too far in the past to know?
> If there are no pending operations and links "look good", you might
> try making a
> backup of the primary and simply do a rebuild of the primary.
> I may not have thought this thru completely, or fully understood your
> joe a.
> On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 7:35 AM, Arto Schneider <arto.schneider at edita.fi>
> > Hi,
> > GroupWise 6.5 System with three domains on SLES9 and one post office on
> > W2k3.
> > There are six external entities and one resource and one distribution
> > that I can't manage with C1. Those objects are not in Primary Domain's
> > database but are in the wphost.db and at least some of those objects are
> > the Secondary Domain's database.
> > Seems like top down rebuild is the right solution here but top down
> > rebuild will be remove these objects from wphost.db. I haven't done top
> > rebuild so I need advice on this matter.
> > So I need to backup the user databases of those objects. After the
> > those objects must recreated with the original FID and place the original
> > user databases to the post office directory.
> > When doing the rebuild of post office database can I point path to
> > to local directory of the server where I run ConsoleOne and then copy the
> > new database to post office directory of W2k3-server?
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> > Thank In Advance!
> > Arto
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