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- Agent crashes
- Automatic rescan of all nodes in a domain
- Bandwidth consumption estimate
- Basic database tuning
- Can I customize the reports in SysOrb?
- Disabling specific checks
- Does SysOrb support SNMP traps?
- Explanation of the score keeper strategy.
- How does HTTP Netcheck work in SysOrb?
- How to automatically update alert group on all nodes to “As domain”
- How to backup SysOrb database
- How to change time interval value of agent_checkin_delay
- How to move the SysOrb server to a new server
- How to quickly set downtime on an agent
- I cannot get all of the "performance counters/cache" entries to appear in SysOrb what should I do?
- Migrating MIB information from one SysOrb installation to another
- Migrating the configuration of a Windows SysOrb server from 32 to 64 bits
- No empty blocks in meta database.
- Script to get a list of nodes which have no AlertGroup
- SysOrb agent is not checking in to the Sysorb server
- SysOrb agent stops checking in from a windows server with very long system uptime
- SysOrb server shuts down unexpectedly
- System uptime no longer updates on windows
- Unable to monitor hardware (fans, disks, temperatures etc.) on Windows
- Upgrading SysOrb on Windows
- Uploading a SysOrb database to Evalesco
- What does KiB and MiB mean?
- What is IPMI ?
- Windows agent late for check-in every hour
Migrating the configuration of a Windows SysOrb server from 32 to 64 bits
When installing the 64-bit SysOrb Server package on a Windows Server which previously ran a 32-bit version of the SysOrb Server, the installer does not remember the previous configuration settings such as SMTP server and reply-to address. Furthermore, if other tuning parameters have been configured (using the SysOrb configuration tool) they too will not be seen by the new 64-bit installation.
The server configuration options are stored in the Windows registry, as is normal for Windows applications. However, Windows keeps two separate registries, one for 32-bit applications and one for 64-bit applications, and presents one of these two as "the only registry" to an application depending on whether the application is 32-bit or 64-bit.
The old 32-bit SysOrb server will have stored all its configuration options in the 32-bit registry. The new 64-bit SysOrb Server will only see the 64-bit registry and will therefore not be able to see the 32-bit options.
The configuration options would normally be available under
On a 64-bit server you can access the 32-bit registry under
You can now manually compare the values under these two registry keys, migrating the relevant keys from the old 32-bit registry into the new 64-bit registry.