Re: Distributor configuration is out-of-date - AW problem
Very strange, and I have not seen this.
With the Distributor running, when you do "Initialize Local Database" it will completely drop the tables in the AWDB and rebuild them from the Logger. At the end of this process, updateaw should be saying "Waiting for new work".
Just wondering - are the AW and the Central Controller as members of the Domain synchronized to the PDC emulator, normally running on the backup Domain Controller (where the GC is not), and showing exactly the same time.
Regarding defect CSCtj65060: Currently no software resolution is available for this defect. As a safeguard, it is strongly recommended that ICM/UCCE administrators uncheck the "Truncate Config Message Log" option while using the ICMDBA tool to export the configuration database from the Logger. However if you are experiencing symptoms described above, please see the defect CSCtj65060 for workaround.
If you are experiencing the symptom mentioned below, perform these steps noted to workaround the issue:
Stop RouterA, RouterB, LoggerA, Logger B.
Take the back-up of the Logger database.
Delete the rows from Config_Message_Log table from LoggerA, except the first row with RecoveryKey=0. Sample SQL Delete Query: delete Config_Message_Log where RecoveryKey >= 1
Restart the LoggerA, RouterA and One AW which is connecting to the A side.
Perform configuration updates and verify they are successful.
Now Sync the logger database from A->B using ICMDBA.
Start LoggerB and RouterB, followed by any other AWs.
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