Last updated on SEPTEMBER 14, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 5.2.0 and later
In Messaging Server, it is possible to start or stop MTA channels using the imsimta qm utility. The imsimta qm command provides sub-commands to inspect and/or manipulate the channel queues as well as the messages in the queues.
When used in interactive mode, the following would be the expected output of stopping or starting a channel:
%QM-I-STOPPED, channel stopped
#./imsimta qm start tcp_local
%QM-I-STARTED, channel started
However, when running multiple imsimta qm commands at the same time, one or more of the following error messages may be observed (depending on the command issued) :
%QM-E-NOTSTOPPED, unable to stop the channel; cannot update the hold list
The behavior described can be reproduced when the command is issued on multiple channels in the MTA at the same time.
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