Large number of ulcm_sctp messages


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Oh.. I was about to throw it to application team.
That depends.

Are you sure that sctp is required for the application and not some remnant or rouge process which is not necessary?

If it is deemed not necessary, just kill it and move on. That's the first step, I think.... confirm that the applications on the server require this service.
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sortm(1mh)																sortm(1mh)

Name
       sortm - sort messages

Syntax
       sortm [ msgs ] [ +folder ] [ options ]

Description
       The command sorts all the messages in the current folder into chronological order according to the contents of the Date: fields of the mes-
       sages.

       By default, sorts all the messages in the current folder.  You can select particular messages in the folder by giving a range of  messages.
       You can also sort messages in another folder by specifying the folder name.

       If  encounters  a  message without a Date: field, or if the message has a Date: field that cannot parse, it attempts to keep the message in
       the same relative position.  However, this does not always work; for instance, if the first message encountered lacks a date which  can	be
       parsed, then it will usually be placed at the end of the messages being sorted.

       When complains about a message which it cannot order, it complains about the message number prior to sorting.

Options
       -datefield field
		 Specifies the name of the header field to use when making the date comparison.  If you have a special field in each message, such
		 as Delivery-Date:, then the -datefield switch can be used to tell which field to examine.  If you do not give	this  option,  the
		 default is to use the Date: header field.

       -help	 Prints a list of all the valid options to this command.

       -verbose
       -noverbose
		 Displays the general actions that it is taking to place the folder in sorted order.  The -noverbose option performs these actions
		 silently.  The default is -noverbose.

       The default settings for this command are:

	      +folder defaults to the current folder
	      msgs defaults to all
	      -datefield date
	      -noverbose

Profile Components
       Path:   To determine your MH directory

Examples
       The following example sorts all the messages in the folder
       % sortm +meetings

       The next example sorts messages 10-30 in the folder called
       % sortm +test 10-30

Files
       The user profile.

See Also
       folder(1mh)

																	sortm(1mh)

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