Re: Policy DBSPI Discovery already running - new request to run is (335 Views)
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Brandy Reid
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Policy DBSPI Discovery already running - new request to run is

I'm seeing this in several of the system.txt files on systems running DBSPI 11.5 for MSSQL.

 

agtrep (3756/3996): (agtrep-41) Policy DBSPI Discovery already running - new request to run is ignored

 

Does anyone know how to correct the issue?

 

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PKS
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Re: Policy DBSPI Discovery already running - new request to run is

The previous scheduled  DBSPI discovery policy script is stuck and not exiting. Check the ps -ef output for hung dbspi discovery processes else restart the agent (you can use the om tool if there are multiple nodes with same issue).

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Re: Policy DBSPI Discovery already running - new request to run is

there could be some .lock files which did not get deleted on the node and the new schedule finds the lock file and does not launch new discovery thinking the previous one is still active.....

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Brandy Reid
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Re: Policy DBSPI Discovery already running - new request to run is

Hi PKS,

I don't think ps -ef will display the process information on a Windows Server :)

I was hoping to hear of a hotfix that has been released for this issue. Guess I'll have to open a case with HP. There are way too many systems to try to fix by hand...
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Re: Policy DBSPI Discovery already running - new request to run is

Oh OK, MSSQL .. didn't notice that ... try with agent restart if that works else HP ......

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