Re: Content Indexing continually blocked by error (204 Views)
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DoJu
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Registered: ‎08-27-2013
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Content Indexing continually blocked by error

Hi everyone,

 

We are running TRIM Workgroup 7.1.0.1157

 

Under TES / MEP we are receiving content Indexing "continually blocked by error" even after identifying and deleting the uri's in question (there are about 10,000 documents in the queue).

Select * from TSEVENTDAT
Where uri = xxxxxxx
 
Delete From TSEVENTDAT where uri = xxxxxxx

 

We then stop the Content Indexing through Event processing / Configure, then save and deploy the change, then enable Content Indexing, save  and deploy. Then look at Event processing / Monitor.

 

The status will change from Running to Blocked by Error.

Any suggestions please advise.

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Chris_W
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Registered: ‎12-18-2013
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Re: Content Indexing continually blocked by error

Hi Doju,

I think your best avenue here would be to log a case with suppot to have it looked into. We will require the windows app logs, TRIM DCI logs etc.

Cheers,
Chris Wolfe

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Tamara Hoagland
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Registered: ‎02-04-2009
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Re: Content Indexing continually blocked by error

DoJu,

With CI suspended, you could delete all queued CI Events.

Then run a re-index from within TRIM Enterprise Studio (TES). The Date Registered should match the time frame when this issue started. (i.e. Dec 15-31.)

Then you should reindex edocs with Date Modified with those same dates. That will ensure you capture recs which were created earlier but that have been edited during your issue window.

If you run search in TRIM, avoid double indexing by matching search shown below:

Date Modified = Dec 15-31
AND
NOT Date Registered = Dec 15-31
Filter for record types as appropriate, if you want to push through certain ones as priority.

Good luck!
Tamara
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emTRIM
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Re: Content Indexing continually blocked by error

DoJu, did Tamara's suggestion work?
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DoJu
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Registered: ‎08-27-2013
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Re: Content Indexing continually blocked by error

Hi everyone,

 

We are looking at performing the re-index etc within an out-of-hours time frame over the next week.

 

Shall update the blog with the how things went.

 

Thanks

 

Steve

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