6 Replies Latest reply: Jan 21, 2015 3:46 PM by Rob Wunderlich RSS

    QV Server Monitoring Issue

    Rizwan Syed

      Hello Guys

      I want to know how I can look at my QV refresh schedule over a period of time.

      So I have a set of qvws that are scheduled to run every hour. I would like to check if any of those refreshes failed over the past week or past month. Is there a way I can do that. I remember seeing something in QV Management Console.

      Please let me know how I can check it.

      Thanks

      Riz

        • Re: QV Server Monitoring Issue
          Rob Wunderlich

          1. In the QMC Tasks pane, select a task.

          2. Click "Show Task Details" (found in the upper right corner).

          3. Click the "Task History" tab.

           

          You may also want to install the Governance Dashboard for ongoing reporting and analysis.

           

          -Rob

            • Re: QV Server Monitoring Issue
              Rizwan Syed

              @Rob Wunderlich

              Hello Rob

              I have another scenario to that question

              I have a Parent QVD Generator qvw that takes about 3 hours to refresh and upon its successful completion it triggers the refresh of 4 others qvws which pull data from the qvds generated by the Parent QVD Generator.

              Hence my question is

              Lets say my Parent QVD generator is set for an hourly refresh

              I start my refresh at 10:00 am and it completes around 12:55 pm. Hence the other 4 qvws refresh are triggered at 12:55 and they simultaneously finish at 1:05 pm.

              However in the mean time at 1:00 pm does the Parent QVD Generator qvw starts its refresh again (this time an incremental one and hence takes far less time and creates delta qvds). If it does start then is there a chance that any of the 4 qvws or its data might get corrupted if it happens?

              Thanks

              Riz

            • Re: QV Server Monitoring Issue
              Rizwan Syed

              Thanks Rob