Spawn an emergency console on your Netware server and type "killgwava" (without quotes). This should kill most of your GWAVA modules. Then run the "gwavadn" command again to finish unloading GWAVA.
If it is waiting for threads to exit on gwavaman type: unload kill address space=gwava4cfg
If it is waiting for threads to exit on the QMS type: unload kill address space=gwava4qms
If it is waiting for threads to exit on any other module then type: killgwava
Note: Make sure to run "gwavadn" after killing any of the above address spaces.
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