Usually the reason a job doesn't complete is because a document is retrying indefinitely.  You can see what's going on by looking at the Simple History job report, or, if you prefer, tailing the manifoldcf log.

Other times a job won't complete because somebody shut down the agents process.  But that is not the answer for the simple example single-process deployment.


On Thu, Jan 7, 2021 at 5:52 PM Isaac Kunz <fkunz@coh.org> wrote:

I have a job that is stuck in terminating for 12 hrs. it is a small test job and I am wondering if there is a way to fix this? The job ran once and completed 175k documents. I modified the query to the job and reseeded. The job was modified to process a smaller document set. I assume reseeding will allow the same documents to be indexed. I do not need the metadata for this job so if needed I could clear it via db if I knew how. I am a new user.




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