Lifecycle of the namespace entries
The queue and actual destination object places their name in the namespace when they are created and only remove them when they are deleted. The names remain in the namespace when their server is not running to help avoid another object with the same name being created. However, when a pdserver is restarted, it makes sure its objects' names are in the namespace, re-adding them if they have been removed.
Always delete objects using pddelete, so that their entries are removed from the namespace.
To function, a pdserver must have access to the namespace when it is started.
If you receive
5010-845 Server cannot run with namespace at version
__ when you attempt to start a pdserver, you should make sure that
mounted or accessible.