[ngw] Force Index on a Windows server?
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Fri Apr 12 16:21:45 UTC 2013
Yep - that works. Since a rebuild takes so long though, and since you
do have to bounce the POA twice to do it, I generally recommend that a
site run a second "instance" of the POA using some special switches to
make it do only QF and then rebuild from that POA. Then you don't have
to stop the running POA, and you don't have to go back and change it
back. Just load/unload the "second" POA instance.
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> Jim Gosney <mailto:jgosney at genesco.com>
> April 12, 2013 9:16 AM
> Tom, here is how I do it on my windows servers.
> 1. Stop the POA service
> 2. Turn on the Interactive Services Detection service (assuming you are on Windows 2008)
> 3. Edit the POA service to interact with the desktop.
> 4. Start the POA service -- you should now get a new desktop window that looks eerily simliar to the old POA screen from netware.
> > From here, you can rebuild or reindex the quickfinder indexes.
> Note that if you do a delete and rebuild or a reindex, it will perform this feature for all users on the POA. If you are needing to perform this function for just one specific user, you can add the /qfuserfidbeg and /qfuserfidend switches to your POA startup file.
> After I am done with this process, I reverse the steps by turning off the "interact with desktop" and stopping the ISD service.
> Jim Gosney
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>>>> Tom Miller<tominyorktown at gmail.com> 4/12/2013 9:53 AM>>>
> I don't even see a quick finder indexing page.
> On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 10:50 AM, Thomas Justice<
> Thomas.Justice at doc.state.nj.us> wrote:
>> I assume your accessing the quickfinder indexing page?
>> Check the delete old quickfinder files, indexing level unlimited, and
>> check index user databases.
>> Also select an action, update, compress, or update and compress.
>> Tom Justice (Thomas.Justice at DOC.state.nj.us)
>> OIT Network Services (Email Admin)
>> 609-292-4036 x 5350
>>>>> On 4/12/2013 at 10:45 AM, in message
>> <5167D7CD0200005400012C55 at email.lbb.state.tx.us>, "Bruce Perrin"
>> <Bruce.Perrin at lbb.state.tx.us> wrote:
>>> Joe, I just tried that. When I clicked on the "submit" button, nothing
>>> to happen. Looking at the logs, it does not show indexing going on...
>>>>>> Joseph Marton<jmmarton at gmail.com> 4/12/2013 9:42 AM>>>
>>> You should be able to do this with the POA http interface.
>>> On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 9:36 AM, Tom Miller<tominyorktown at gmail.com>
>>>> How can I force an index rebuild when the POA is on a Windows server?
>>>> Netware that was a task/action option. Since the POA runs as a
>> service, I
>>>> don't have this option anymore.
>>>> We have indexes that are very old and a rebuild would help.
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