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RME 4, How to purge jobs in "Stop Initiated" state?

I had a couple of jobs that are in "Stop Initiated" state, but they never actually stop.  If I try to delete the job, I'll get: RMEJOB0004: Could not delete following jobs: 1634 This is because these jobs may be running.

Can anyone shed some light on how to purge these jobs out of RME?

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Re: RME 4, How to purge jobs in "Stop Initiated" state?

Try starting the job's daemon with the pdexec command to see if that kick starts it into cycling out of the system.  If not, then manually unregister it with:

pdreg -u 1608

Then see if you can delete it.

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Cisco Employee

Re: RME 4, How to purge jobs in "Stop Initiated" state?

Check the output of pdshow to see if there is a daemon running for the job ID.  If so, run pdterm on that job ID to kill it.  Then see if the job stops in the GUI.

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Re: RME 4, How to purge jobs in "Stop Initiated" state?

Process= 1608
State  = Administrator has shut down this server
Pid    = 0
RC     = 0
Signo  = 0
Start  = N/A
Stop   = Not applicable
Core   = Not applicable
Info   = Not applicable

The job remains in "Stop Initiated" state in the GUI.  If I try to delete it, I'll get:

RMEJOB0004: Could not delete following jobs: 1608
This is because these jobs may be running.

The hung netconfig job gives this error:

CFG0012: Failed while deleting job(s)
Possible Cause: Could not delete job in JRM:1634

Cisco Employee

Re: RME 4, How to purge jobs in "Stop Initiated" state?

Try starting the job's daemon with the pdexec command to see if that kick starts it into cycling out of the system.  If not, then manually unregister it with:

pdreg -u 1608

Then see if you can delete it.

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