Seems that one of my installations have a corrupt database.
It prevents that the vsom instance starts.
170116 13:45:33 InnoDB: Using Linux native AIO170116 13:45:33 InnoDB: Initializing buffer pool, size = 64.0M170116 13:45:33 InnoDB: Compl...
I have a 6 disk UCS240 safety and security platform server that I would like to expand to 12 disks (RAID 6 setup).
The supported RAID upgrade path section in the user guide states, that you have to reimage the server for this?
I was under the im...
Can somebody give me a hint what kind of local rights for a standard user must be set for the SASD environment?
We have to limit the local login user from Admin to standard user....
Thanks for a hint.
I would like to prevent remote users to move my local camera (remote camera control).
Tried to find any hint how to, but I am not able to solve it.
If I turn off "Camera Control - Mode" under Connector 1, then the whole camera control locally ...
Would like to know if anyone operating IX under 8.1 has the same issue with a constant error on the top right complaining about a not registered callmanager. But everything works fine.
Thanks and regards
Thanks for your helpful hint (again). I also was wandering through those many .sh files in the hope to find a useful one.
Indeed, the problem started with a power issue. Since this is one of mine own ones, no worries with TAC... :-)
Thanks very much for your hint. I fully agree, but in this case, the VSOM service does not start and therefore I have no access to any web gui.
My question would be: can I delete the database and run one of those db scripts?
I can live with a fre...
There was a VM based CTMS solution once available, based on the MCS server. It had some limitations how many CTS were supported, but it contained CTMS, Recording and CTSMan under one roof.
For the time it was introduced, it was pretty straightforward...
Many thanks for your great feedback. Indeed, the BU is here a bit limited with their viewd of how to manage a recording server when it comes to upgrades.
I have feeded this back to them and hope that one day, they will be more flexible.