UPDATE: It turns out it was just me being a dummy, and the snmpd was correctly telling me there is no value associated with that exact key. I should have used snmpwalk instead of snmpget to display the whole tree.
Original Post follows:
Hello! I'm trying to set up SNMP monitoring on Caché, using documentation and this article
I see that a new Apache bug has been discovered, and since various InterSystems products use an Apache webserver, have Intersystems released any news or updates on this? I'm not seeing any updates, press releases from them. Anyone know anything?
in order to do analysis on huge data volumes, it is better to take you data to a separate machine for analysis away from the operational machine, so trying to write huge globals or tables into files as is would take a huge space, what could be a solution or best practice ?..in python for instance, there is the pickling option (serializes data to byte string and saves it to a file) to save space, what could be best in object script ?
Hello, I'm currently working on a custom version control implementation. I'd like to show differences between a copy of a previously saved routine as a merge of the ^ROUTINE Global and the current version of that same routine.
I've found legacy Documentation for %RCMP which does the trick in the terminal but I'd like a similar result stored inside a variable. I also want to show differences, not only see if they are the same or not.
The management portal has that exact feature, so maybe someone can direct me to the function that is being used there.
When i use &sql(SELECT ......) in Cache I can watch the generated code In the generated .int code and see what is happening. Just with my normal rights
Now in IRIS I have just 4 line calling some class %sqlcq.*** With enough rights i find there is no such class but the generated .int routine %sqlcq.IRISAPP.xEZgUjdXCCgQdZQPpRdOye1Ci2ue.1 That holds the code that i had in my .int on Cache