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How long should a BES take to reboot completely with 100 users on Groupwise?

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How long should a BES take to reboot completely with 100 users on Groupwise?

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Are you under SQL database?

We now have 92 users.. a boot takes about 10min-15 min.. to get all pending back to start point. Before SQL it took around 30-45 min for 75 users or so...
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Are you under SQL database?

We now have 92 users.. a boot takes about 10min-15 min.. to get all pending back to start point. Before SQL it took around 30-45 min for 75 users or so...

These are the times I would expect unless you are on 4.0.2 and you have OTAFMs killing you.

You can safely run this:

Delete from workqueue where objectdefnid = 7000

Then restart the controller.

If you have no idea what I just said, post back with SQL info and BES version and I'll give you step by steps.
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