• JoelHaggar

    There are a few ways to do this but we recently added the Administration > Bulk data point edit page which includes a csv download and upload. I updated this page and added a short video to demonstrate.

    Basically, you would select the data source you want to duplicate and click the Download CSV button.

    If it's Modbus IP then you will probably need to manually create the data sources as we haven't added a CSV upload for those yet. One way I would do it is I would export just the JSON for one data source. I would change the XID and host and import it and do this 14 times. I would use XIDs that make sense.

    Then in my CSV I would change the action column to "CREATE" and clear out the XID and ID column. I would then change the Slave ID and the data source xid. If this is Modbus serial then you would have all the data points going into the same data source so you can skip that last step.

    You could have all the 14 inverters in one csv file or import them one at a time. Save the CSV and then upload it on the Bulk data point edit page.

    You can check out this page for more help: https://help.infiniteautomation.com/bulk-importing-data-points/

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  • JoelHaggar

    I'm pretty sure you want your local bind address to be 0.0.0.0, did you try that?

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  • JoelHaggar

    The Mango TSDB also know as the Mango NoSQL Database is our Time Series Database that comes with our commercial installations. You can check under Administration > Modules and look for it there. 0_1532038699380_ed280982-fbdf-4652-ab29-658a2f8ef4ec-image.png

    You can learn more about it here: https://help.infiniteautomation.com/enterprise-nosql-database/

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  • JoelHaggar

    Can you run the same command on the root file system to see other folders taking up space? Is your MangoES running the latest version? There were some issues resolve in the MangoES Configuration Module that stopped system logs from taking up space?

    Here are two relevant release notes from the MangoES Configuration Module:

    Version 3.3.1
    Fixes to prevent /var/mail/mail file from growing, delete that file if present
    Version 1.2.1
    Fix for inodes filling /var/spool/exim4/input from /etc/cron.d/system-info cron commands

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  • JoelHaggar

    Are you using the new Dashboard Designer or the old Graphic Views? The new UI and Dashboard Designer performs much better. I would strongly recommend learning the new Dashboard Designer rather than Graphic views.

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  • JoelHaggar

    What version of Mango are you using? You'll probably need to share your full ma.log file.

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  • JoelHaggar

    You don't have any modules installed. It looks like you downloaded only the core. You need to download one of the bundles from: https://store.infiniteautomation.com/core

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  • JoelHaggar

    You could manually download the Data in CSV format, manipulate it and then upload it again.

    If you need to have it automated I have a feeling you could write a metadata point script that would determine if data is being lost by looking at the last time data was logged and then average the spiked reading over the time the data was lost.

    What are the logging settings you are using on the Data Point?

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  • JoelHaggar

    If you manually unzip the enterprise-m2m2-core.x.x.x.zip file you first should delete your lib folder. There are specific instructions here on manual upgrade https://help.infiniteautomation.com/how-to-upgrade-mango/

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  • JoelHaggar

    @youland1900 I don't find that very helpful. I'm trying to determine if your large number of events are caused by Data Point Event Detectors or by system / Data Source events. It will always be possible to configure a system to produce large numbers of alarms so in your case is this just something you need to change in your configuration? To know that we need to know what is creating the events you want to stop.

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