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    andrewh

    Hi
    Have you had any luck with this?
    Andrew

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    andrewh

    Are you please able to provide any details about the security concerns?

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    andrewh

    Hi Matt

    Sorry, I don't have a link. Hopefully someone from IA can provide some information.

    Andrew

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    andrewh

    Hi
    I'm using mango 3.5.
    I have a meta data that contains a (calculated) data point that combines 2 data point values. Each of these 2 data points has 'Update context' ticked. I have discovered that if the 2 points are updated within about 3 seconds, the script is NOT triggered when the second data point is updated. I think I can work around this by setting the Execution delay to be at least 4 seconds.
    Is this expected behaviour?

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    andrewh

    I have performed further testing and found the above script needs an Execution delay of at least about 5 seconds to work. This is because if the 2 source data points update within a few seconds, the script is only triggered when the first one is updated, not the second one (ie the script won't trigger again within a few seconds of it running).
    Unfortunately, further testing has indicated that the script no longer works reliably where there is a comms outage causing a delay in some of the data.

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    andrewh

    Hi
    Are there any updates on this please?
    Thanks

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    andrewh

    If you are looking at the HTS units, I'd recommend you also look at the new GT mangoes. We are trialling some now with the view to use these instead of the ES mangoes in the future. The GT's have lower processing power, but a higher temp rating and no fan (which we have found to be a common point of failure in some conditions).

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    andrewh

    Hi Joel

    It's only the config DB that's regenerated, not the time series DB. We have done it several times when the config DB has blown out to about 100 times the normal size and we haven't lost any of the time series data. Having said that, starting in Safe Mode sounds like a good idea. I'll give it a try next time.

    mseverin - see https://help.infiniteautomation.com/starting-in-safe-mode/

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    andrewh

    I have discovered that the system-timesyncd service is installed and runs out of the box (on the mangoGT). It's not able to sync for us with the default debian servers due to firewall restrictions. I just needed to put our local ntp servers in /etc/system/timesyncd.conf and it works fine.

    Thanks

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