and 14 in 8.00A.
(the above plus)
Sometimes, old messages can be left in the MQ tables causing the Automic system to not be able to start correctly, or freeze. The most common reason for this is if the Automic system has been brought down ungracefully. The best example is if the server that Automic is on has been rebooted or crashed unexpectedly as in a Disaster Recovery (DR) scenario.
When the machine stops suddenly, the messages in the MQ tables are left. When Automic attempts to start the system in "Normal" mode, it will try and process these messages. Because they may no longer have valid information, the WPs or CPs will not connect properly and the system will be unable to start.