Re: portal.lck still exists after shutdown of LMS processes
the customer reported that this problem wasn't seen from begining but suddenly started and now appears on a regular basis when a full server backup is taken. A test with a manual shutdown of dmgtd and investigation with Process Explorer does not show an abnormal behaviour. 'portal.lck' was not in use by any process. All LMS processes are stopping in less then 5 mins (around 300 devices Win2k3 AS 2CPU with 8 GB RAM :-) ). And they are stopped by a script around 30 mins before the backup takes place.
Because the real backup happens on sunday night at 02:00 am, I told the customer he should try to recreate the problem on a regular business dayto find the cause of this message;
- I will report if there are any news -but I cannot follow-up this thread the next 3 weeks :-))
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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