Unrunnable tasks with "Cluster is down" problem in QlikView QMC
Just today in the morning our server appeared with most of the tasks with the parameter "Cluster is down" in the "Started/Scheduled" column (image 1).
* If we click the "Edit this task" button and click "Apply" with that task, it seems to fix it. Also if we do the same thing unhabilitating and habilitating again, also the task fixes. Nevertheless if we try to run the task, it appears to run for some time after reverting to its initial state. The task history doesn't appear to register anything.
* If we try to create a new task, it does the same thing of appearing to run for some seconds before reverting to its initial state.
* Also, the accesspoint, when we try to open an application in it, it gives a connection error (image 2).
This is what we tried so far:
* We checked the information of all the tasks in C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\MagamentService\QVPR and we found the files well.
* We checked the .meta and .shared files to see if there was any trouble there.
Suggest that you start a new community thread for this topic, including the full build versions of your QlikView environment. This thread is over four years old and a newer thread will likely get a better response. Also, please note the resolutions for the previous versions (12.10, etc.) will not likely resolve the issue in the currently supported versions (12.40, 12.50, 12.60).
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I am able to go into the task and click through the tabs and click on apply, changing nothing and then the task will run manually and appears to be available to run on the scheduler. I have a few hundred tasks and would like to find a way to address these without having to go into each one and click on apply. In the QMC I see unrunnable and Cluster is down. I do not have a cluster and this is on a test server I have just setup. This happened after I stopped all the services and restarted them today.