Subscription DB (source) doesn

It seems that the connection between the Source and REPTOR is broken. And the question would be: how can I force the Source to replicate again?
I would like to see activities in the SLOG and RPL buffer, for example.

Based on displays of the Replicator Management and the Event Replicator Subsystem, the following functions are defined and seem to be OK:

REPTOR:

  • Destination Definitions (defined but not active, target DB is down)
  • Global Format Buffer Definitions (OK)
  • Initial-State Definitions (OK)
  • Subscription Definitions (subscription active)

SOURCE:

  • Replicate UPD before image … Yes

Replicator Statistics (PRPTS02) displays
ERPTS05 : ADABAS RSP 64 :1:

Thanks,
Dieter Storr

We defined DLOG=YES with the destination statements.

ADARPD DESTINATION NAME=‘D300006’
ADARPD DTYPE=ADABAS
ADARPD DREPLICATEUTI=NO
ADARPD DACTIVE=NO
ADARPD DTLADABAS=0
ADARPD DRETRYINTERVAL=GLOBAL
ADARPD DRETRYCOUNT=GLOBAL
ADARPD DLOG=YES <== for SLOG
ADARPD DTLASSIGN=2
ADARPD DTLCOMP=2
ADARPD DTLSLOGREAD=2
ADARPD DTLSLOGWRITE=2
ADARPD DAIFILE=6,DAIDBID=100,DATFILE=6,DATDBID=300
ADARPD DAREPLICATEUTI=NO
ADARPD DAERROR=ALTACTION

But after a while for some reasons, the ‘Allow Logging’ flag was reset for all destinations to N (no).

15:58:18 ***** A D A B A S EVENT REPLICATOR SUBSYSTEM ***** 2009-04-22
Adabas Destination Definition M-RP1235

Destination Name … D300006_ Input Input Target Target
Destination Active … N Sel DBID File DBID File
Allow Logging … N — ------ ------ ------ ------
Retry Interval … GLOBAL____ _ __100 ___6 _300 6
Retry Count … GLOBAL
_ _____ ____ _____ ____
Error Action … ALTACTION _ _____ ____ _____ ____
_ _____ ____ _____ ____
TLOG Parameters _ _____ ____ _____ ____
----------------------- _ _____ ____ _____ ____
Assign Level … 2 _ _____ ____ _____ ____
Completion Level … 2 _ _____ ____ _____ ____
SLOG Write Level … 2 _ _____ ____ _____ ____
SLOG Read Level … 2 _ _____ ____ _____ ____
Adabas Level … 0

We are still investigating.

The explanation will be part of my presentation:
http://www.storrconsulting.com/sc222.html

Dieter Storr