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IndexerGetStatus Status Codes
Codes in bold are status messages. All other codes indicate there is a problem with the indexing process.
 
The indexing action is queued and it is executed when all preceding indexing actions are complete.
The indexing job exceeds the maximum indexing size (your license determines the maximum indexing size).
The indexing job exceeds the maximum number of sections that you can index. (you license determines the number of sections you can index).
The child servers returned different messages to the DIH. This code is reported by DIH only.
DREADDDATA: Data received did not include #DREENDDATA
The data in the DREADDDATA action did not contain a #DREEDNDDATA statement indicating the end of the data.
The indexing action exceeded the maximum number of retries specified by the MaximumRetries parameter in the DIH configuration. This code is reported by DIH only.
Command was redistributed to sibling engines as this engine was either unavailable or not accepting index jobs.
The indexing action was sent to sibling servers because the child server was either unavailable or not accepting indexing jobs. This code is reported by DIH only.
The name of the database in which you are indexing documents is too long. The length is defined internally as 63 characters.
The DREINITIAL action was ignored because it did not match the ID specified in the InitialID parameter.
The database cannot be created because the maximum number of databases was exceeded. The maximum is defined internally as 32,767.
The indexing job is complete and the documents become available for searching after the next delayed sync cycle, which is specified in the DelayedSync parameter.
The IDX file is being read from disk, prior to being sent to the DRE. This code is reported by DIH only.
The target engine of a DREEXPORTREMOTE operation is processing the exported documents.
 
NOTE If the IndexerGetStatus action returns a positive number, this number indicates the percentage of the indexing queue that has been completed.