I ran a netconfig job and it remained on "running" status for a very long time, so I decided to stop it and now is showing "Stop Initiated". Are passed almost 5 hours and the status hasn't changed. I have also unsuccessfully stopped the CiscoWorks services and reboot the server. I can't even deleted it. Is there any way to remove it from CLI?
I did as you suggested and after I restarted the dmgtd, the job still appears in the Netconfig Job browser.
But running again pdreg -u 2834 I receive now this responce:
bash-2.03# ./pdreg -u 2834
ERROR: cmd failed. Server reason: Application specified in an unregister call does not exist.
You may need to run:
cwjava -cw /opt/CSCOpx com.cisco.nm.cmf.jrm.jobcli
If NMSROOT is not defined in your environment. You may also need to run "stop 2834" before running "delete 2834".
I unsuccessfully tried to stop the job.
It seems stop 2834 is not recognized!
bash-2.03# ./cwjava -cw /opt/CSCOpx
Established connection with JRM
Enter "exit" to quit the CLI
4.0: Syntax error
job_delete returned JobRunning
The only other way to delete the job is to remove it directly from the database. You'll need to open a TAC service request to get the steps to do this. I was hoping it could be avoided, but it does not appear to be the case.