• P
    Phillip Weeks

    Yes but only one ES is publishing to this server with one connection so why is it showing 4 connections from the one server? If I stop and restart it it goes back to one connection and then over the next hour it grows to multiple connections.

    0_1547752530368_fc09d4de-94de-442d-9bbd-3123f474c387-image.png

    posted in User help read more
  • P
    Phillip Weeks

    Is it normal for a Persistent TCP Data Source to be connected several times?
    0_1547691987679_25f74371-f1e3-406a-a751-36148e5e94b2-image.png

    posted in User help read more
  • P
    Phillip Weeks

    Ah I did use a xid prefix and this must have put a prefix path in the target that see now on the cloud data source. can I safely delete this path prefix . Do I need to stop the datasource to delete this? Will I lose any data if I delete the prefix??
    0_1547691433898_e73e4426-2dc2-4264-a502-973bd57e732b-image.png

    posted in User help read more
  • P
    Phillip Weeks

    I upgraded our cloudserver to 3.5.6 and updated 2 of the 4 connected ES devices to 3.5.6 as well leaving 2 ES devices connected as 2.8.8. On the 3.5.6 ES I enabled the persistent TCP to update the hierarchy on the target to match the source. I noticed that the target now has an NEW directory MU2 and the structure is switched around so SITES are under MU2 directory even though on the ES MU2 is under SITES. Why is this happening? The tree structure on 2 other 2.8.8 ES connected devices work fine. I want the ES to have the same structure as the cloud and not create a new MU2 named directory off the cloud's root?

    This is the ES hierarcy...

    [ two folders and one nest of folders 4 deep ]
    

    This is the cLoudserver's hierarchy ... I have created the structure I want but the ES creates a new MU2 directory above and does not use the existing structure.

    [ the two folders, the four deep folder with some extras, 
    and then the MU2 directory with the four deep folder 
    possibly inside it, but only revealed two levels deep ]
    

    posted in User help read more
  • P
    Phillip Weeks

    Has anything changed with Persistent TCP being bi-directional now in 3.5??

    posted in User help read more
  • P
    Phillip Weeks

    Sorry I should have qualified that question. I meant if they were run exactly on the hour would they be equivalent?

    posted in User help read more
  • P
    Phillip Weeks

         print(pointsList[k].runtime.prev(HOUR, 1).sum);
         print(pointsList[k].runtime.prev(MINUTE, 60).sum);

    posted in User help read more
  • P
    Phillip Weeks

    We have a dashboard that displays as a menu item and renders when clicked. However I cannot find it from the designer or from the edit pages window. It is not in the list of pages. How can I find it and edit it?

    posted in Dashboard Designer & Custom AngularJS Pages read more