I think I hit a DB issue for my CCM 5.1(2b) new installation.
My LD pattern is under LD partition and my local pattern is under Local partition. When I made a LD call from DNA, I saw it match a pattern that is in Local_Site partition and the pattern in LD partition is a alternative match. Therefore LD calls failed. And I don't have any pattern in Local_Site partition any more. I used to have that. But I deleted it and I can't see it from the route pattern page.
So what I did was recreat the pattern it claims to match, and re-delete them. Then this time, the LD calls match the pattern in LD partition. However, when I rebooted the server, this pattern comes back and LD calls failed.
Is there a tool like SQL manager that I can actually see the database and delete entry accordingly?
Do you have a subscriber and/or have you tried rebooting it yet. That will re-establish replication typically. If not, look up the command line tools for fixing replication. I would do that before I started modifying the DB manually.
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