[ngw] Antw: Re: GW 18.0 Mobility

Maik Schuetze Maik.Schuetze at stadt-chemnitz.de
Thu Apr 8 09:20:04 UTC 2021


Hi,

sorry that i'm diggin up this older topic again.
If I change this cron job, does a GMS update overwrite this with
default values again?

Maik



>>> Laura Buckley <Laura at laurabuckley.co.za> 11.09.2020 12:13 >>>
Hi,

The disk space check is a cron job that is scheduled to run hourly. 
You
can change the thresholds in that.

Cheers,


Laura

Lifelong Learner

www.laurabuckley.co.za 



On Wed, Sep 9, 2020 at 6:06 AM Marvin Huffaker <mhuffaker at redjuju.com>
wrote:

> I've always hated that. Consider that 10% of 100gb and 10% of 1000GB
are
> drastically different.  Furthermore, this could be affected by how
the
> partitioning is setup.  It should have a better way to threshold
this, or
> maybe have a GB or MB amount that the admin can set (like how
GroupWise
> does it).
>
> Marvin
> >>> "Jeff Parkes" <jparkes at microfocus.com> 9/4/2020 10:16 AM >>>
> How are you on disk space? GMS will shut down when you are at 90%
usage on
> the /var partition. To verify, when it is a diskspace issue it will
write
> to the datasync_status file in /var/log/datasync directory.
>
> If it is a disk space issue you will need to add more. For a quick
> solution you can remove old log files and run a vacuum and re‑index
of the
> database. Space will have to be added.
>
> Since this is an 18.0.x mobility, we had a bug with the request
directory
> not getting cleaned up. See this TID
> https://support.microfocus.com/kb/doc.php?id=7023316 
>
>
> Jeff
>
> Micro Focus
>
> >>> Craig Meads <craigm at cwise.co.nz> 9/1/2020 4:46 PM >>>
> Not sure how to tell that, or to cure it if I could.
>
> I have put DSAPP on it, and will do a Vacuum and re‑index.
>
> Cheers
>
> Craig
> >>> "Stephen Hesser" <shesser at arandpartners.com> 2/09/2020 01:18 >>>
> Any kind of core left anywhere?
>
> >>> "Craig Meads" <craigm at cwise.co.nz> 8/31/2020 10:51 PM >>>
> I have a site running GW 18.0 Mobility. For some reason, the GMS
> service stops intermittently, and we need to perform a restart
(RCGMS
> restart). It was working fine for months.
>
> Has anyone ever experienced this and know the solution?
>
> I could probably Crontab a service restart, but there must be an
> explanation with a solution that is more satisfactory.
>
> Cheers
>
> Craig
>
> 11 Gover St, PO Box 279
> New Plymouth 4340, New Zealand
> Ph 64 6 7575767
> Mob 64 21 420521
>
> craigm at cwise.co.nz, www.cwise.co.nz 
>
>
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