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Bug#410760: marked as done (iSeries (AS/400) printing: cups-lpd submitted multi-copy jobs stalling)

Your message dated Tue, 21 May 2013 20:53:27 +0300 (EEST)
with message-id <20130521175327.78982C2832@sid.nuvreauspam>
and subject line Closing old bugs filed against cupsys (or related packages)
has caused the Debian Bug report #410760,
regarding iSeries (AS/400) printing: cups-lpd submitted multi-copy jobs stalling
to be marked as done.

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Package: cupsys-bsd
Version: 1.2.7-4

I'm using cups-lpd to process jobs submitted via the remote output queue mechanism on an iSeries (AS/400) box. This works well except when specifying multiple copies.

When multiple copies are specified the printer prints the first copy only. The status of the printer is "Waiting for job to complete..." and remains that way. The printjob itself stays in the queue in state "processing since...".

I have to delete this job for cups to continue processing the queue.

A few things to note:
- If I stop/start cups one more copy of the job is printed after which the same situation as described above resumes. - Not sure if this is relevant: if specifying for example 4 copies, there are five files in /var/spool/cups, cXXXXX and dXXXXX-001 to dXXXXX-004. - This sitation started to occur when I upgraded from cupsys v1.1.23-12 to v1.2.1-3 and ever since, eg. things were fine with cupsys < v1.2.

I'm using debian testing/etch with kernel 2.6.8-2-386 #1.


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Version: 1.4.4-1


Some (long) time ago you filed this bug against cupsys or a related 
package. In the meantime the cupsys package has been renamed to cups and 
this bug was "lost". Since the bug is already quite old now it is being 

If the issue you encountered is still present in recent cups packages 
(as released with Debian 7.0 wheezy for example) the CUPS maintainers 
would very much appreciate a fresh report using:

    reportbug <package>

You should also mention the number of this bug if you think it contains 
valuable information.

Please note that further information sent to this bug is likely to 
remain unread, because the bug is currently not assigned to any existing 

Thank you for for trying to improve Debian by reporting bugs.

Kind regards,
Andrei (with no relation to CUPS maintenance)

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