ericgarnel Thu, 07/31/2008 - 09:46
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yes. I was not able to clear it either. It appeared to be a stale entry in the solid db. I am not familiar with solid db syntax so I did not go digging.


My fix was to remove WCS and re-install it from scratch, which was OK because I have been wanting to redo the maps anyway...



ericgarnel Thu, 07/31/2008 - 09:51
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On our Linux WCS server, I was able to grep for my name ( as part of the email address)


[root@wcs-svr WCS4.2.97.0]# !481

grep -r 'eric.garnel' *

Binary file webnms/db/eval_kit/standalone/solid.db matches


The path is interesting given the fact that this is a licensed copy!

agivens02 Thu, 07/31/2008 - 13:31
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Very interesting. Ours is a windows server so apparently this is a problem with both versions. Greatly appreciate your reply.

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