I've got this OES2 SP1 SLES running iPrint for the last couple of years, had no problems until yesterday there was some corruption and according to the ipsmd.log :
Aug 5 13:11:48 INFO iPrint Manager 'iPrint_Print_Manager.xxxx' has started loading.
Aug 5 13:11:49 WARNING The iPrint Manager's database was corrupt. A backup database has been restored from eDir.
Aug 5 13:11:49 INFO iPrint Manager 'iPrint_Print_Manager.xxxx' has successfully loaded
It seems to be working now but I keep getting these messages in https://serversaddress/PsmStatus/Events/Client

08/05/2011 02:07:16 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 02:05:44 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:52:14 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:52:13 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:52:12 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:52:10 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:52:09 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:52:08 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:52:07 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:52:01 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:46:30 PM, IPC, client connection lost, Error: 68
08/05/2011 01:20:14 PM, iPrint Manager Started Loading
which I'm not sure about. Cannot see any errors in other logs and no indication on what 'client connection' was 'lost'.

I haven't applied any updates or added any printers or reconfigured iPrint or that server in any way, shape or form.

Guess my question is : what do those errors ( warnings ? ) mean and should I worry about them ? I barely found a couple of those mentioned on the Net. I'm not sure if they were there from day one, I don't I think ever bothered checking 'client events' on that server before yesterday ..

Thanks,
Andrew