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Re: 2 PDE copies in memory

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Aug 31, 2007
I guess the point is Ed, that there are situations when IDMS picks the
wrong PDE and a dcmt v d pro or dcmt v pro disable does not target the
wanted PDE. That's why some dba's were between a rock and a hard place
and varied the bad pde's memory so it's out of the picture. I dont
remember the exact details, but I have seen a situation like that years
ago, with CA on the phone, we couldn't shake a bad PDE either. Then,
there was no fallout. But that was so long ago, I dont remember the
IDMS release, could have been 10.0 or 12.0.

Lutz Petzold




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