Posts by Blupanthr2

    I didn't change anything, it was processing, then stopped.

    I tried your suggestion of a shell script with dgate --commands, and it worked for a short while, and then on certain files, the dgate process goes to 100% CPU, and hangs.

    Here is my script:

    Script Output:

    dgate output:

    and top:


    And I have to restart dgate service each time to get the CPU usage to come back to normal. I'm not sure if it is memory, mysql, or what.


    Thank you again.

    I was given a task to consolidate 5 External HDDs of images to reconstruct a PACS from another system that crashed. All the drives have duplicate backup data, (and some new data) and some files are corrupt (Drive recovery attempts). I'm trying to use conquest 1.14.19d1 using either WatchFolder or MAG0/incoming to dump all .dcm files and save to mysql db with proper naming convention on MAG0. But every time it comes to a bad file, the import retries that file every 5s indefinitely until I stop the service, remove the file, and restart the service. Is there any way I can script it to move the bad file to a /bad directory to figure out later and keep processing the rest of the files?


    Examples:

    Nov 6 01:13:17 pacs conquest-server[12427]: ***(Dyn) Encountered an invalid group order during load of DCM file (after 00b80000)

    Nov 6 01:13:17 pacs conquest-server[12427]: ***[AddImageFile] /storage/fs1/incoming/1.2.392.200036.9123.100.12.11.17025.20140815150338.3.21.dcm -FAILED: Error on Load


    Thanks in advance.