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curiousfellow
Creator II
Creator II

System monitor 6.1.1. timestamp not found

We migrated to a new version of Qlikview on new servers.

When reloading System Monitor I Get an error "timestamp not found" . It seems some logging Events-* files  are missing.

Should I delete old logging files ?

 

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Brett_Bleess
Support (Former)
Support (Former)

I am assuming you upgraded from 11.xx to 12.xx?  If so, this is most likely going to be due to the change in the timestamp format in the logs.  You will likely need to look at the script in the app and figure out what you need to change.  What I would likely recommend you consider is getting off the System monitor and utilize the Governance Dashboard app:

https://community.qlik.com/t5/Qlik-Monitoring-Administration/QlikView-Governance-Dashboard/gpm-p/157...

Help is here:

https://help.qlik.com/en-US/governance-dashboard/Content/What.htm

This app is fully supported.  If you want to continue using the old one, you can look at the script in the GDB app to try to find how we are doing things there and borrow those pieces of scripting...

Regards,
Brett

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