Hmmm... not right off hand. Can you run dbWalker with the command line option "/debug"? This will force it to flush the log file for every line written to the log - it runs much slower, of course, but it'll be sure to get the last thing it got done in there so I can narrow down the options a bit...
Hmmm - that's not good news. There's nothing in that particular piece of code that would cause this from the code side of things (i.e. it's likely a DB issue). All that's happening there is it's opening a recordset using "SELECT * FROM vw_Subscriber ORDER BY Alias" and iterating through the entire recordset one at a time - you'd see logging in there for each entry, of course - there's just nowhere in code for it to get stuck in a loop. It could throw errors if some really nasty values were in the records itself (i.e. missing ObjectID value or something) but nothing that would cause it to loop and not log anything like that.
Can't really speculate more without actually seeing the DB and being able to walk in debug to see where it's jumping around...
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