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QVS Off duty V11

Hi,

Could you please provide some assistance with the issue below?

Issue: Qlikview’s access point reports error “Message: No Server”

Actions taken to unsuccessfully rectify the issue: All the following Qlikview services were successfully stopped and started: Qlikview Directory Service Connector, Qlikview Distribution service, Qlikview Management service, Qlikview Server and Qlikview webserver. These actions did not resolve the problem

Investigation:  the Qlikview management console reports under Status > Services that QVS@owdprddbsw002 is Off Duty.

When I then go to Status > QVS Statistics > Performance > QVS@owdprddbsw002, under Off Duty there is the following message:

Cluster Join Denied by qlvprdappw001-backup.optus.com.au. This could be because of mismatching version or document root 


Servers in operation

Please note that we only have Qlikview running in one single server. This server was restarted last week and since then QVS is Off Duty. I suspect a config issue, but i don't know where to start. Please help.


Other info:

Operating SystemWindows Server 2008 R2 Standard Service Pack 1 (64 bit edition)
Operating System Version6.1.7601
Wow64 modeNot using Wow64
QlikTech ProductQlikViewServer 64-bit Edition (x64)
Product Version11.0.11440.0
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davidwhite
Partner - Contributor III
Partner - Contributor III

I had a QVS show as Off duty. It had been working quite nicely. I ran the QVSDetector after trying many different things. It showed that the IT team had "cloned" the server that had QlikView on it and had fired up the services. Therefore a duplicate server with the same licence was on the network. After shutting the Cloned services down, my production server started working again,

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Bill_Britt
Former Employee
Former Employee

Hi,

Can you look at the license and tell me what the date is that is beside the PRODUCTLEVEL?

PRODUCTLEVEL;10;;2013-09-01

Also, you can run the QVSDetector in the powertools to see if there is another QVS online.

This link will download the powertools

Bill

Bill - Principal Technical Support Engineer at Qlik
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davidwhite
Partner - Contributor III
Partner - Contributor III

I had a QVS show as Off duty. It had been working quite nicely. I ran the QVSDetector after trying many different things. It showed that the IT team had "cloned" the server that had QlikView on it and had fired up the services. Therefore a duplicate server with the same licence was on the network. After shutting the Cloned services down, my production server started working again,

Emmanuelle__Bustos
Partner - Specialist
Partner - Specialist

Please mark this post as "Solved"

Regards.