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From Karl Wright <>
Subject Re: Problem with continuous jobs deleting their documents on restart of Agent
Date Mon, 08 Oct 2012 15:23:22 GMT
Hi Martin,

The behavior you describe is expected only if you are either deleting
the job, or the job is set to expire old documents after a certain
time interval (and that interval has transpired).

Can you tell me what your expiration interval is?

Also, when you say "shutting down agents process", can you clarify
what deployment model you are using?  How are you shutting down this


On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 11:18 AM, Martin Gielow <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm using Manifold to crawl several data sources using the Wiki and the JDBC
> connectors. I have set the associated jobs to run continuously so that new
> documents will be added in a timely manner. The problem I am having with
> this, is that whenever the Agent is stopped and then restarted, the jobs
> will delete all of their documents (also propagating the deletes to the
> associated output connection) before turning themselves inactive (which they
> shouldn't as they are set to run continuously).
> If I then restart the job, in case of the JDBC connection, it is not finding
> any previously added documents and will set itself inactive again. In case
> of the Wiki connection, the documents are also deleted, but are successfully
> reindexed when the job is restartet manually.
> The only way I found to prevent the jobs from deleting their items in this
> case, was to manually stop the affected jobs before the Agent is stopped
> (using the abort option) and to restart them after the Agent has been
> restarted.
> I am using the 1.0 release of Manifold and couldn't find anything regarding
> this behaviour in either the documentation or the wiki.
> Is there an obvious flaw with my setup or something I may have missed in the
> configuration?
> Thanks in advance for any tips!
> Regards,
> Martin

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