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SYS$BATCH [message #126802] Wed, 06 July 2005 13:13 Go to next message
Athanasopolous
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Registered: June 2005
Location: St. Louis
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The documentation for starting the Queue Manager and Creating a Queue Database says to do this or to do that “only if you want to crate new database files” I assume that I do want to create new database files because of this:

$ SHOW QUEUE SYS$BATCH
%JBC-E-JOBQUEDIS, system job queue manager is not running
Re: SYS$BATCH [message #126840 is a reply to message #126802] Wed, 06 July 2005 22:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
DMcG
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Registered: May 2005
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
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Hmm,

Try -

$ Show queue / manager

should tell you if you have any queue managers setup at all.
If not then you need to create them.

Dougie McGibbon
Re: SYS$BATCH [message #143826 is a reply to message #126802] Sun, 23 October 2005 01:07 Go to previous message
ogge
Messages: 6
Registered: October 2005
Location: se
Junior Member
Hi again,

Keep it short this time...Smile Just start the manager by giving the command "$start/queue/manager". If it doesn't it means you don't have any quemanager(db) initialized/created. You then have to create a quemanager(db) with "$start/que/manager/new". Be careful so you don't do it the other way around. That would replace the old quemanager with a new one and if that is not the intention...Sad

Regards,
//Ogge
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