Are you please able to provide any details about the security concerns?
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RE: Will the Data Point Hierarchy be removed from Mango?
Thanks for the information. This is a pretty major thing to remove. Will you be building tools to port across the tree structure into tags? If not, I can't see us ever upgrading to 4.0.
Will the Data Point Hierarchy be removed from Mango?
We are trialling Mango 3.7 and have noticed the Data Point Hierarchy has some support in the new front-end, but the Data Point Hierarchy page has not been created in the new UI. We also heard rumours last year that the DP hierarchy was planned to be dropped in favour of just using tags. We find the DP hierarchy very useful and would like to clarify IA's roadmap for it.
Can someone please clarify the roadmap for the Data Point Hierarchy?
Event: File not found: /opt/info/systemInfo.txt (No such file or directory)
If the standard System data source that reads from "/opt/info/systemInfo.txt " happens to start up a couple of seconds after a whole or half minute boundary, an event with the following text can be generated several times an hour:
"'MangoGT System': File not found: /opt/info/systemInfo.txt (No such file or directory)".
This appears to be a timing issue - it's likely to occur because/when the script happens to be deleting the old file and renaming the temp file (systemInfo-new.txt). We have seen this on both ES and GT mangoes.
Can something be done to the default configuration for this DS to avoid this occurring?
RE: Difference between MangoES and MangoHTS
I'm happy to be corrected by someone from IA, but I believe the best current info on the GT mango is at:
Some settings not displayed in new version of "Mango ES Configuration"
You may already be aware, but there are several settings on the "Administration -> System Settings -> Mango ES Configuration" page that display '*' even though they have settings when you go to the corresponding page in the old UI.
Settings we have noticed missing or different in the new UI:
IPv4 (most important for us): Gateway, DNS servers missing
IPv6: Address is displayed, but it seems to be the hardware address.
IPv4: subnet mask
IPv6: subnet prefix length
Also, the title "Mango ES Configuration" should probably be updated.