I have very similar issue. My UT database has over 300,000 entries although I only have about 3000 hosts on the network. Data with "Last Seen" since the first day of installation are still in the database. But regular user acquisition does not take very long time (about 10 minutes for a major acquisition). I tried to configure end host delete interval and manually delete the entries from there, but it does not work. I also tried to use the command "perl reinitdb.pl -ut" to erase the UT database. But the CLI actually did nothing after running for over 4 hours, and I have to kill the process and restart ANI server manually. It seems that nothing can be done to purge the UT database.
Do you think I'm hit by the same bug? Anything else we can do before SP3 is available?
I'm running Campus Manager 4.0 SP2 on a Win2K server.
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