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Subj:   Re: Killing a rollback process
 
From:   John Hall

The GSC can dial-in to a system in the process of a rollback and using the debugger, cancel the rollback itself. On the DBS side, this leaves the change records from the original job in the transient journal - those have to be cleaned-up before anything else is done with the system. This clean-up is one of the things that the GSC will do while they are dialed-in. Since the rollback hasn't run to completion and the transient journal was cleaned-up, the target table is corrupted.



     
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