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    Marc

    Thanks Terry, I'm tracking the issue and hoping it can be done sooner.

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    Marc

    Hi, guys. I've tested this new version in Mango 2.7, but not sure I was using it by the right way.
    The module seems to process only one character after the escape one. So I can get HEX value 00 by typing \0 as read command, and HEX value 01 by typing \1 .
    When it comes to complicated HEX value like FD, \253 cannot work because it is treated as three characters, as in HEX value 02 35 33 .
    The job is to send and receive strings in HEX format, and the commands may be like 01 00 00 FD AE CA 5C. Using escape characters is one way to input these strings on Mango pages, maybe there are other ways, please let me know.

    Quick question: how to input HEX value like FD or CA?
    I was writing this in a hurry, any mistakes, please correct me.
    Thank you guys.

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    Marc

    Thanks to your reply, Terry.
    I'm tracking your issue at github and have seen your fix about write command. I can't wait to see all codes fixed and try out the new version of TCP/IP module.

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    Marc

    This TCP/IP data source is really handy.
    Yet it seems to send and receive data as strings as always, despite of escape characters like '\' .
    Is there a way to send and receive HEX data using this data source? @administrators

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    Marc

    There are some problems that stop a new mango 2.4.2 installation from starting on a Windows 7 machine.

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    Marc

    Hi, we have deployed mango and DGLux in an internal network, while a few DGLux dgml pages need to be accessed through internet.

    Generally a reverse proxy can be used to access an usual HTML page in an internal network.
    However the <BASE> tags in DGLux dgml pages make it hard to do that.

    So how can we make internal dgml pages accessable through internet?

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    Marc

    Solved.

    There is a SQL grammer error in Line 18 of the "createTables-MYSQL.sql" file, which is in the "m2m2-reports-2.0.7.zip" module.
    There is a dot character where there should be a comma in SQL.

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    Marc

    There are some problems that stop a new mango 2.4.2 installation from starting on a Windows 7 machine.

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    Marc

    Hi, we have deployed mango and DGLux in an internal network, while a few DGLux dgml pages need to be accessed through internet.

    Generally a reverse proxy can be used to access an usual HTML page in an internal network.
    However the <BASE> tags in DGLux dgml pages make it hard to do that.

    So how can we make internal dgml pages accessable through internet?

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    Marc

    Hello, Joel. This is Marc working with Mebius.
    We have acknowladged all alarms and then deleted all from EVENTS table using the SQL statement.
    Unluckily it didn't work much. Maybe our trouble comes elsewhere.

    We did find something. As you and your colleague Phil know, we are using combinations of scripting data source, serial test data source and meta data source to send and receive messages through serial ports.
    There are more than 20 combinations of these data sources in our mango system now.

    1. When these 20+ combinations are disabled, other 100+ data sources and publishers can work at a normal speed.
    2. When these 20+ combinations are enabled, with periods of 20 seconds on scripting data sources, the whole mango system slow down. All 120+ data sources updates slowly. And all publishers become slower and slower until they stop to publish any data.
    3. After we change the periods to 5 mins on scripting data sources, the publishers can work normally, but data sources are still slow. We got stuck when opening the "datasources.shtm" page, several minutes after enabling them.

    We need a way that provides both shorter periods and normal speed updates.
    Also we see a very high memory usage of mango, up to 1.4G. Is that because the total number of data sources, or something else?

    @JoelHaggar said:

    I see you have a lot of unacknowledged events. I would recommend purging your events table and see if that speeds things up. I seem to be sharing this thread a lot lately:
    http://forum.infiniteautomation.com/forum/posts/list/1796.page

    If you can use the SQL statement to delete everything in the events table. Go through your settings and turn things to Do Not Log that you don't need to minimize the number of events that are being created.

    Let me know if that helps,
    Joel.

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