In my current issue with a database assertion, I tried to force the database server (running on Windows) to automatically restart via dbsrv17 -ufd restart_escalate option setting.

There's no setting for -uf as the Windows default (defunct) would fit.

Explicitly restarting the Windows service does succeed, so I would assume it should also do so via this -ufd setting. However, it does not restart automatically, it just shuts down the database server. (There's just one database running on that server, version is 17.0.11.7173.)

Am I missing a setting, or is this assertion "too severe" for a smooth re-start?

asked 10 Nov, 07:27

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edited 10 Nov, 07:29

Just an idea, maybe you can write a scheduler rule to check if the server is running and start it?

(10 Nov, 08:01) Vlad
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I guess I'm primarily asking WHY it does not work as I would expect, i.e. whether I have missed a relevant setting.

(22 Nov, 01:09) Volker Barth
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