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I had a problem here recently when I went to do an install of some new threads, and an old thread I had deleted long ago had appeared without my knowledge. So when I went to add the new one, there was so much stuff backed up in the old thread that everything locked on me when I went to start up the new thread.
I talked to someone at Health Vision and I thought I took good notes on how to prevent this from happening again when I want to delete a thread, but looking back at my notes now, they make little sense. Can someone help?
Here’s what I have now:
1. Shut down all processes, including the daemon and lock manager.
2. Delete the old thread I want to remove.
3. Delete shared memory, and/or do a system cleanup.
4. Restart all threads.
5. Check to make sure old thread did not reappear.
Now, for step 3, I have a bunch of commands written down but I don’t know what order they go in or even if they are correct:
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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