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  • My system is dropping all the time and has the following error:

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    When he goes offline, he's waiting for an answer, he's loading, but he's not carrying anything.


  • Hi leoboeng,

    Did that happen right after you increased the point values limit?

    There are scripts in the Mango/bin/ext-available directory that show how to set memory limits for Java. You can move / modify one to Mango/bin/ext-enabled and then Mango may have more memory available to it. Use the .sh scripts on Mac / Linux and the .bat scripts on Windows. Once you run out of memory, you should restart Mango.

    Are you using the NoSQL module?


  • @phildunlap said in system drops:

    NoSQL module

    I did not put limit value for the point value.

    So can I copy the file memory-large.sh that is in the mango / bin / ext-available folder to the ext-enable folder?

    I am not using the NoSQL module


  • I did not put limit value for the point value.

    You didn't change the 5001 limit, you mean?

    So can I copy the file memory-large.sh that is in the mango / bin / ext-available folder to the ext-enable folder?

    You should examine the contents of that script and see if 10GB of memory is appropriate for your server.

    I am not using the NoSQL module

    You would probably be able to load more data faster if you were.


  • @phildunlap said in system drops:

    You didn't change the 5001 limit, you mean?

    Yes, that's right, I did not change it.

    You should examine the contents of that script and see if 10GB of memory is appropriate for your server.

    My server is to keep up with energy measurements and I would like the maximum amount of stored information

    You would probably be able to load more data faster if you were.

    Okay, and to install the modules and install?


  • My server is to keep up with energy measurements and I would like the maximum amount of stored information

    Memory != disk space. Your computer only has so much RAM, and you need to leave some RAM for the operating system to use or it will terminate the process. The amount of disk space determines how much data you can ultimately store. A system can run out of memory if its tables are getting large (which can certainly happen if you're storing a lot of point data into the SQL database), a script is misconfigured or inefficient, too large a report is run, etc.)

    You can see how much RAM your system has with either a free -h or opening the task manager and checking Memory in the Performance tab.

    Okay, and to install the modules and install?

    You would need a license or Mango would shut down on a timer. But yeah, you could install it and migrate your data from your existing H2 database on the /mango_no_sql.shtm page.


  • @phildunlap said in system drops:

    Memory != disk space. Your computer only has so much RAM, and you need to leave some RAM for the operating system to use or it will terminate the process. The amount of disk space determines how much data you can ultimately store. A system can run out of memory if its tables are getting large (which can certainly happen if you're storing a lot of point data into the SQL database), a script is misconfigured or inefficient, too large a report is run, etc.)

    You can see how much RAM your system has with either a free -h or opening the task manager and checking Memory in the Performance tab.

    Ok I understood, I thought the script was for hard disk. I put a script from the ext-available folder in the ext-enabled folder, but the system did not start.

    You would need a license or Mango would shut down on a timer. But yeah, you could install it and migrate your data from your existing H2 database on the /mango_no_sql.shtm page.

    I'm using free license for now but I installed, I do not know if it will make a difference because of my license


  • @phildunlap I installed the NoSQL module as I spoke, but it is turning off my system, as can be seen in the photo, how can I take this shutdown time?

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  • @phildunlap said in system drops:

    You would need a license or Mango would shut down on a timer. But yeah, you could install it and migrate your data from your existing H2 database on the /mango_no_sql.shtm page.

    I told you that you would need a license to use NoSQL. This is all in the context of the memory issue. If that is not occurring any longer, great! It's possible you either increased the available memory as discussed, or that your point values table was large.