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    cmusselm

    Okay, thank you. So we have to go through you guys for a license transfer and can't do that on our own? We'll take that into consideration on our setup.

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    cmusselm

    They do share the same MySQL Server.

    That was my original question. Can we do a license transfer or something else to allow the NoSQL data of an inactive Mango Module to be read by an active Mango Module?

    Doing a NoSQL import seems like a lot of effort for something that should be native to the app. Is there no way to do a license transfer at the Mango Module level?

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    cmusselm

    Maybe we have something set up wrong, because that definitely is not the case.

    We have instance A running on server A, writing to the NoSQL file system. We shut down server A and start up server B and instance B. Instance B can write to the same NoSQL file system, but not as instance A.

    Instance B cannot read the data from instance A. Instance B saves the new data as a separate instance.

    Is there a setting or something we're missing that would allow instance B to read the NoSQL data from instance A after instance A is shut down?

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    cmusselm

    Yes, we have that and tested it out, but what we found is that with Mango, one instance cannot read the data from another. How can we get one instance of Mango to read the NoSQL data of another instance?

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    cmusselm

    Yes, I wanted to see if it were possible to have one software license that could move from server to server if there were a failure on the active server. The goal really is to have the second instance be able to read and write to the NoSQL data from the first instance if it goes down.

    The scenario I have is on AWS servers.

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    cmusselm

    Hi, Craig,

    To be honest, I'm not sure. I just read a blurb from the thread I linked to in the original post and thought it sounded like a license could be transferred between servers so data from the original server would be visible to the new.

    I guess my question should be reworded to, "Is there a way to shut down one instance of Mango and have a 2nd instance, on a separate server, see the data from the original without doing a NoSQL import?" The assumption is that the original server would not come back online.

    Thanks,
    Chad

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    cmusselm

    Hello,

    I have a question around a license transfer and if it will allow a new install/instance of Mango to read all of the NoSQL data from an inactive instance (the instance that originally had the license). The post listed below makes it sound like this is the case, but want to make sure.

    https://forum.infiniteautomation.com/topic/2280/migrating-nosql-data-store-license-from-one-mango-instance-to-another/2

    Here's the scenario I have. Since Mango cannot be load balanced, we plan to have a "dark" server with Mango installed, but not running. If there's an issue with the primary server, we want to quickly (~30 seconds) move over to the dark server. If transferring the license to the new server will allow us to continue to read all of the data, that would help a lot.

    Let me know any thoughts.

    Thanks,
    Chad

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    cmusselm

    Thanks, Joel, appreciate the quick reply!

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    cmusselm

    Hello,

    We're running Mango 3.6, getting sensor values for water pumps in the field. We're getting quite a few alerts back for Function code: 0x49. I know this is a CRC response generated from a value mismatch, but had a question about some other values that Mango passes along.

    What does the "Returned to normal" status really mean? Does this mean Mango received an update from the pump that the value mismatch was resolved, or is it something else?

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    Thanks,
    Chad

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    cmusselm

    Thank you, Jared. We'll upgrade and see if this fixes the issue.

    Thanks,
    Chad

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