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Jan 17, 2007 at 01:42 PM

Corrupted lock entries in SM12 - #####

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Hi all,

We are experiencing some corrupted lock entries in SM12, and we are not able to remove them. That is, we can delete them, but after a refresh of the list they return.

This is what we see in SM12:

Cl. User Time Mode Table Lock argument

  1. ############ ##.##.#### E BKPF 300400051200043952006

  2. ############ ##.##.#### E EDIDC 3000000000036124170

  3. ############ ##.##.#### E EDIDC 3000000000040509460

  4. ############ ##.##.#### E LIKP 3000802001938

  5. ############ ##.##.#### E LIKP 3000802215063

  6. ############ ##.##.#### E LIKP 3000802541116

  7. ############ ##.##.#### E MCHA 300000000000000302508310002

  8. ############ ##.##.#### E MCHA 3000000000000003130663100

  9. ############ ##.##.#### E MCHA 300000000000000324127

  10. ############ ##.##.#### E MCHA 30000000000000032456131

  11. ############ ##.##.#### E MCHA 30000000000000032516731

  12. ############ ##.##.#### E MCHA 30000000000000032520531000

  13. ############ ##.##.#### E MCHA 3000000000000003252063100

300 KC 10:18:21 S MARM 300000000000000318669###

300 SSP 10:48:32 S VBAK 300$%&sdbatch

300 SSP 10:48:32 E VBAK 3000060209062

300 FMG 12:16:08 E MARA 300000000000000302698

300 FMG 12:16:08 E MARC 3000000000000003026983100

300 FMG 12:16:08 E MBEW 3000000000000003026983100

300 FMG 12:16:08 E MVKE 3000000000000003026983000

The entries with ###### signs appeared after our disk crash on the SAN which caused the cluster to try to failover, but didn't succeed.

Any ideas on how we can remove these entries from the lock entry list?

Thanks!

Regards,

Thomas