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    Lindsay Robertso
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    I’ve got an xserve running 10.4.11 and sus on our intranet.

    When our sysops restart our proxy server (happens quite often) It wrecks our Software Update Service.

    The symptom is that the Server Admin overview shows that the update packages are there, but in the details, the list suddenly becomes empty, and I can’t refresh or get new updates.

    The only way i’ve found to recover from this is to manually delete all the downloaded files, configs, everything in the terminal, and download it all again.

    The boss is getting really annoyed – cos we pay for bandwidth by the Mb. So now he’s reconsidering his decision to buy 30 imacs for the lab…

    I’ve never found a way to reinstate the downloaded files… Its as if a database gets trashed when the proxy restarts.

    Anyone got any suggestions?

    #378768
    sunny
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    Next you will need to know if your CPU is running a 32 bit system or a 64 bit system. If you are currently using windows vista you will go to the Windows start button and then right click on COMPUTER. Then click on PROPERTIES. Under SYSTEM you can see if you have 32 bit or 64 bit. Make sure to write that down. If you are using Windows XP you can view this info by clicking on the Windows start button. Then right click on MY COMPUTER. Then click on PROPERTIES. If you don’t see x64 bit listed then you are running the x32 bit system. Make sure to write this information down.

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