The CLI returns a message 'Concurrent running operations has been exceeded' when trying to display a (NETIQKB24134)

  • 7724134
  • 02-Feb-2007
  • 19-Jun-2007

Resolution

fact
Directory and Resource Administrator 6.50

symptom
The CLI returns a message 'Concurrent running operations has been exceeded' when trying to display all properties of all users.

symptom

Running the CLI with a command that asks for a display of all users properties such as :

EA USER * DISPLAY /ALL

Generates an output that stops, displaying the last processed user account twice, then the server stops responding.  The server generates an error message saying that "The concurrent operations limit has been exceeded". 



cause
The cause of this issue is due to a 65K limit to the information returned by the CLI for any individual account.  If the CLI encounters an individual account that contains more that the 65K limit, it does not process this correctly and locks the server up.

fix

In Directory and Resource Administrator 6.5 a work-around is to not use the CLI with the "/all" switch, but instead, use the CLI specifying the desired properties. 

This issue is corrected in the Directory and Resource Administrator 6.6 by removing the 65K limitation.   



Additional Information

Formerly known as NETIQKB24134

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