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CMS-XML KM-DS5.6.1: Database moved to another server and areas cannot be seen
Start the server in debug. This results in error usually 'ORA-25153' Temp Tablespace is empty.
CMS-XML DS Server migration from on server to another
There are times when there is a need to move DS server from one box to another. The primary reasons are 1. New Hardware 2. Higher performance and capacity 3. Retiring the old server.
CMS-XML Server Sizing Guidelines
Customers can begin with both the database and main server on the same host machine to determine the performance benchmark. If the performance is unacceptable the database can be moved in an effort to increase the response time.
CMS-XML LDF or Transaction Log in SQL Server 2000 consistently grows in size and needs to be shrunk.
When DBCC SHRINKFILE is run, SQL Server 2000 shrinks the log file by removing as many virtual log files as it can to attempt to reach the target size. If the target file size is not reached, SQL Server places dummy log entries in the last virtual log file until the virtual log is filled and moves the head of the log to the beginning of the file. The following actions are then required to complete the shrinking of the transaction log:
CMS-XML Mail Server Troubleshooting
Mail Server Troubleshooting
CMS-XML Starting Server Services
Starting Server Services
CMS-XML DS server service dies intermittantly
DS server service dies intermittantly
CMS-XML Main Server Hang On Windows 2000
Main Server Hang On Windows 2000
CMS-XML Java Requirements For Fail Over Servers
Java Requirements For Fail Over Servers
CMS-XML UNIX Main Server manual start process
UNIX Main Server manual start process
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