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subscriber event viewer

I have two callmanagers, publisher and subscriber. Receiving the following events every minute on the subscriber:

Event Type: Warning

Event Source: SQLServerAgent

Event Category: (3)

Event ID: 208

Date: 9/25/2001

Time: 11:56:09 AM

User: N/A

Computer: CORONITA

Description:

SQL Server Scheduled Job 'Corona-Ccm0300-Ccm0300-CORONITA-Ccm0300- 0' (0x4C58E4276B7E044E908CCB3FD33028A8) - Status: Failed - Invoked on: 9/25/2001 11:56:00 AM - Message: The job failed. The Job was invoked by Schedule 1 (Replication Agent Schedule.). The last step to run was step 1 (Run agent.).

Event Type: Information

Event Source: SQLServerAgent

Event Category: (3)

Event ID: 203

Date: 9/25/2001

Time: 11:56:09 AM

User: N/A

Computer: CORONITA

Description:

SubSystem Message - Job 'Corona-Ccm0300-Ccm0300-CORONITA-Ccm0300- 0' (0x4C58E4276B7E044E908CCB3FD33028A8), step 1 - The database 'Ccm0300' on server 'Corona' does not exist.

Just noticed it over the past couple of days. Any ideas? Running cm 3.1 Thanks.

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Cisco Employee

Re: subscriber event viewer

If you go to start -> programs -> Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 -> Enterprise Manager on your publisher. Then drill down to your server then hit the plus sign beside databases. Look and see what the lastest CCM030X database. If you have a CCM0301 or CCM0302. You have upgraded call manager and he only keeps the last 2 databases. The one in use and the one before the last upgrade. If you are gettting errors on CCM0300 it is nothing to be worried about, because that would be an old database. If you want to get rid of the errors I suggest you open a case with the TAC to get this errors cleaned up. They will not be harmful, but could fill up the event log and you could miss other important errors.

Thank you,

New Member

Re: subscriber event viewer

Was wondering how to get rid of them because they occur so often they are filling up the event log. Thanks.

Cisco Employee

Re: subscriber event viewer

I think the safiest thing to do is open a Tac case and let them walk you through it or get in and do it.

Thank you,

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