Found nn messages in the processing-messages database
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Mon Apr 20 08:31:35 IST 2009
On 17/4/09 16:16, Kai Schaetzl wrote:
> Julian Field wrote on Fri, 17 Apr 2009 15:49:25 +0100:
>> Very likely. I don't know what that line means, but it doesn't sound
>> good does it?
> This seems to be normal operation. As at the same time the refreshing of
> the MS children happened I wonder if it wasn't triggered by MS?
> Anyway, (and without too much knowledge about how the processing of the
> queue in MS really works) I think the reason is that this message got
> saved to the processing db before MS refreshed itself and when MS
> processed it a second time it had a different MS id, so it didn't get
> So, the problem must be somewhere in the way that the message is kept in
> the queue and not in the db code. I see that the message got indeed
> archived with both ids, that seems to be done before any other
> scanning/processing by MS, that makes sense. Then MS closed down. Do you
> keep it in incoming? With the full MS id? The message then must have been
> there either as B48BFF9477.51697 and MS renames it or it must have already
> been renamed to B48BFF9477.D962D (and this didn't get logged so we can't
> see it) and thus not found in the db.
> A simple cure to stop this might be to stop adding the extra stamp. What
> about an option? At least for my systems that seems to be safe. It might
> not be safe for other systems, that's why it should be an option.
> And as the whole thing doesn't indicate any problem, anyway, maybe clean
> up old entries by yourself and add something to clean it manually (--
I want to keep the extra number on the end, as it is certainly needed on
some systems to identify messages. But what I am thinking is to not put
the extra number in the processing database, as messages should normally
enter and exit that database very quickly.
That would be easy to implement, I'll try to get it done today.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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