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    Will the Queue Kernel respawn if I kill it (8.12 8.98.4.4)

    I am having high CPU usage in my QUEUE Kernel. I know I can kill CO, Metadata, and security kernels and they will respawn, will the Queue kernel?

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    Yes.

    If you are on Windows, go to the JDEdwards\E812\DDP\log directory and search for files containing the text QUEUE KERNEL.
    This will give you the queue kernel PID in the file name (i.e. jde_9188.log). You will (should) have only one
    queue kernel. Go to Windows Task Manager and do View/Select Columns and add the PID column. You can kill that PID and
    the next time a job is submitted the Queue kernel will be restarted.

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    I'm on the IBM i, so find the kernel differently, I just didn't want to kill a kernel that was known not to re-spawn.

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    BTW, Thank you. I should have included that in my first reply. My apologies.

    Tom
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Davidson View Post
    I'm on the IBM i, so find the kernel differently, I just didn't want to kill a kernel that was known not to re-spawn.

    Tom
    My fault for not paying attention to your sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Davidson View Post
    BTW, Thank you. I should have included that in my first reply. My apologies.

    Tom
    You're welcome.

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