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This is my first post on Clovertech. I just completed the Level 1 class and the Tcl fundamentals class in November. My question is about the recovery database. My understanding was that once a message has been successfully sent, the message is removed from the recovery db. Here is the situation we have. We have a thread that had connection problems to its destination and so the thread was eventually shut down with about 50,000 messages pending when you viewed the status (I’m assuming those 50,000 messages at that point are in the recovery database.) The thread was down for a week or so, not a big deal because we are not live yet and this was for testing purposes. Last night we started the thread again, and all of those 50,000 messages went through. Today when I look at the recovery database, it’s got 86,135 messages in it. Are some of these the ones that were sent through, and if so, shouldn’t they have been removed from the recovery db? How can I tell what time and date a message was written to the db? If I do hcidbdump -r, I get a time stamp next to each entry, but no date. And when I dump to a file, I get all of the messages, but no date or time stamp. I appretiate any help anyone can offer. Thanks.
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