4 Replies Latest reply on Dec 26, 2014 6:38 AM by wcallman

    Databases close randomly

    wcallman

      Running FMS13 latest update on a MacMini Yosemite.

      Have 3 databases loaded, they along with the the FMServer_sample, have decided

      to close on their own. I cannot reopen them or resume them.

       

      I have removed them from the server, shtudown the server, rebooted, started up the server,

      reinstalled the files and they were installed closed, and I cannot reopen, resume them.

       

      any thoughts.

       

      Bill

        • 1. Re: Databases close randomly
          gdurniak

          Check the server log,  and also try opening the files locally, without server

           

          greg

           

          > Running FMS13 latest update on a MacMini Yosemite.

          Have 3 databases loaded, they along with the the FMServer_sample, have decided

          to close on their own. I cannot reopen them or resume them.

           

          I have removed them from the server, shtudown the server, rebooted, started up the server,

          reinstalled the files and they were installed closed, and I cannot reopen, resume them.

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          • 2. Re: Databases close randomly
            Orlando

            Hi Bill

             

            Also check there are no other applications trying to access the hosted files, whenever I have seen this it has been tracked back to a system backup running on the database folder in the background

             

            -- Orlando

            • 3. Re: Databases close randomly
              wcallman

              I think the correct answer is the system back up. although I wasn't looking for that as the problem, logs said backup aborted, and I figured they aborted only because the files were closed. Looking at the timeline everything fits together. Good thing it was late in the day. Thanks guys

              • 4. Re: Databases close randomly
                wcallman

                Update:

                There appears to be two issues, back up, and whenever OS Yosemite updates, and restarts. I have since turned off updates and do that manually and have not had that problem happen since.