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Running Dynamics CRM on-premise. We have a system process that was created that got caught in a loop and created major issues over the weekend. We are going to restore the CRM Data Server prior to the created System Process. However, I want to make sure System Processes are actually stored on the DataServer. If on App Server, will obviously need to restore everything.
Thanks in advance!
What kind of processes are you looking for in particular? For example, workflows are stored in the WorkflowBase table.
I think that answered my question. Yes, it's a workflow process. Sand as part of a table, that, I assume, makes it part of the database server. The workflow got caught in a loop, creating tens of thousands of continued system job records...eventually maxing out the space on the server. Again, hoping restoring the database will resolve all the records that were created.
Hi Steven SC,
When workflow rules are fired, a workflow instance and a workflow record are created in the AsyncOperationBase and WorkflowLogBase tables of the MSCRM database. If you restore the database to before these records were created then these records then you will reclaim a large amount of space on your server. You just need to make sure that your workflow process does not get caught in a loop again.
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