I remotely connect to a standalone MongoDB instance and safely create indexes in the background in my Python script before performing a bulk_update () operation.
The collection contains more than 90 million documents, and indexing (if it does not already exist) takes 20 to 30 minutes. This is no problem.
I track it in the mongod.log remotely and after each successful build, the script hangs on the local page while the server is having errors
Error sending the response to the client: SocketException: Connection timed out. End connection from
Is there a way to keep mongo's connection without blocking my script, except that the connection time is increased to 30 to 60 minutes?
versions Local Python: 3.6 Pymongo: 3.8.0 Operating system: Windows Server 2012 R2 remote Control Operating system: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Mongo: 4.0.6-3
My job is to port Jenkins from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2012.
I'm currently trying to reinstall, but there's something wrong with the Jenkins 2012 timeout when sending commands to a PTC Integrity server.
What are the steps to copy the Jenkins configuration from 2008 to 2012?
The only thing that would change is the server name.
Jenkins works with PTC Integrity in 2008 using batch files.
For Jenkins, which was reinstalled in 2012, timeouts occur when connecting to PTC Integrity. There are no timeouts if the batch files are run outside of Jenkins.
We have provided a customer with a Windows 2012 R2 VPS with 27 RDP user licenses. Often, users can not connect to the RDP and receive the following message
The number of connections to this computer is limited and all connections are currently in use
However, if we check the number of connected users by accessing the VPS with the noVNC console, we can see that no more than 4-5 users are connected. The problem is not resolved until after the Remote Desktop service is restarted. I know that Windows 2012 R2 has problems with RDP because we often have these issues with other servers and VMs. However, RDP user licenses have been issued for this VPS. Is this due to an RDP error in the Windows 2012 R2 operating system or is the problem something else?
We have 2 local SharePoint farms 2010 and 2013 that have the following architecture:
2 SharePoint application servers (2010 and 2013) installed on Windows Server 2008 R2
2 SQL Server 2008 R2 installed on Windows Server 2008 R2.
Now that Windows 2008 R2 expires in January 2020, we plan to upgrade the operating system for the Sharepoint application servers (2010 and 2013) and their database server from Windows 2008 R2 to Windows 2012 or 2016 R2. but I'm not sure if this will be a pure formawrdwardward task? or do we have to reconfigure or reinstall the sharepoint? Our local farms have site collections (mainly enterprise wiki + team site), subsites, and some farm solutions for server-side event receivers.
So, I'm not sure if the OS update affects the 2 local Sharepoint farms (2010 and 2013). or things on paper should work right away?