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Traveler 9.0.1.3 server crashes when attempting to sync a MIME-formatted document missing a RFC822 header

Daniel Nashed  13 April 2015 09:05:51
You might want to wait updating your Traveler Server to 9.0.1.3 because of a MIME related bug that can cause crashes.
IBM now released a technote with official information about the issue --> Technote 21701590
If you already updated and have abnormal process terminations in the Traveler servertask you should not try to downgrade but instead request a fix from IBM (going back to an earlier version would cause a complete resync of all devices).


IBM is working on a 9.0.1.4 version with will -- according to the technote -- be released in April.


I am running 9.0.1.3 since it was released and did not yet run into a crash.
But if you did not update yet you should wait for 9.0.1.4.


-- Daniel

Comments

1Shaun  13.04.2015 10:59:10  Traveler 9.0.1.3 server crashes when attempting to sync a MIME-formatted document missing a RFC822 header

If you do suffer from abnormal termination of nTraveler.exe after upgrading to 9.0.1.3, adding NTS_MIME_NATIVE_PROCESSING=false to your notes.ini will work around the issue until you get the hotfix from IBM. { Link }

From raising a PMR to receiving the link to the hotfix was turned around in approx 20 mins for me - Not sure if this is a new record ;-)

2Dan  14.04.2015 8:10:47  Traveler 9.0.1.3 server crashes when attempting to sync a MIME-formatted document missing a RFC822 header

Your link to ibm goes to -> { Link }


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