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  • R Ralf

    Hi Chad,

    we're using AdoptOpenJDK 11.0.8.10 (x64) without any problems...
    Maybe use this Version?

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  • R Ralf

    Exit Mango, backup your mango folder, delete all files inside your existing mango\lib folder and unzip the mango-download-zip file to your mango folder. Accept override existing files.

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  • R Ralf

    Hi Ricardo,

    maybe:
    create a SQL-Data-Source and connect to the h2-db,
    Select statement: SELECT COUNT(ID) FROM events WHERE ISNULL(ackTs)
    create one numeric datapoint, run the query and log the history.

    Or:
    Check the alarm-icon with the counter inside the header.
    There is something like

    <span ng-bind="$ctrl.renderCount($ctrl.events.totalCount)">16</span>
    

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  • R Ralf

    Hi Chad,

    I always turn the logs off. Only if there are any problems with the data-source I turn it on to find the reason.
    If you config the data-source correct, what is the reason to log the things continuously?
    It needs r/w-recources and if you have many to log CPU Power.
    If something went wrong you can get an event and check the data-source.

    It would be a good thing to have a limit for a "message shower" (logs or events).

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  • R Ralf

    Hi Chad,

    increase the thread pools a bit, that will help you I think.
    Our system is running over one year without any problems (restarts only for updates). 268 Data Sources, 32,359 Data Points and 9 publishers.

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    Another thing I do for each mango-installation is to config the Mango-internal-data-source to the max (Mango process CPU load, System CPU load etc.) to get an overview what happens with the system and the data-sources (= PLCs). Don't forget to set "override system purge settings" for this ds or you will get a very large database...

    Also check your update period versus poll duration for the modbus-ds. Maybe you have to increase your update period because the PLC needs to much time or the network-traffic is limited?

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  • R Ralf

    Hi cwangv,

    sorry, I don't check the docu v4...

    I have installed on a WIN10PRO PC AdoptOpenJDK 11.0.8.10 x64 - not Oracle! - install the service via cmd as Admin switch to the mango folder "boot" and run "java -jar ma-windows-service.jar install" and Mango 4.0 beta 3 is runing via service.
    No problems, all works fine!

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  • R Ralf

    @wingnut2-0 said in Installing Windows Service:

    javaws.jar is not included in AdoptOpenJDK which is required for YAJSW to work.

    I think that's the reason.

    My last productive 4.0 installation runs with this solution:

    https://forum.mango-os.com/topic/4632/windows-10-services-for-mango/3

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  • R Ralf

    Hi Mango-Team,

    Mango 4.0.0 beta 3 needs a mangoUI update like version 3.7.8 to fix bug where sub-menu would not open in Chrome 87...

    We have a productive system running and can't update the client-browser.

    Thanks,
    Ralf

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  • R Ralf

    Hi,

    we have a new project that is to be developed with mango 4.0-beta. Are there any restrictions when updating to Mango 4.x if this is available?

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  • R Ralf

    Hi,

    I do this with the Mango Internal Data Source and create points with "mydatasource-last poll duration" or "poll success percentage" or "previous sequential successful polls" and watch them with a meta-data-point.

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