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We need to "archive" many projects form ALM, what is the best way to do this?
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Our DBAs are asking me if we need our QC project databases in full or simple mode? Right now they or in full.
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Hello, We have an nightly api test script that is run from a batch file and it is not working correctly after the upgrade we performed on the ALM system. We are getting a "server is not available error" when we try to connect to the server at http:///qcbin/ and we are unsure if the API has c...
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Hello, We have recently had a server crash and we were able to restore from a much older backup to get the project restored. Everything is working correctly on the project and we would like to restore the data that is missing and was added since this last back up. How do we access the QC backups tha...
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I know that HP-Synchronizer makes "automatic backups" of the Postgres database every eight hours, but we want to explicitly make a full backup RIGHT NOW. How do we do that?
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Hello, We have been tasked with backing up the projects and resources prior to an HP ALM upgrade. We are unsure exactly what the repository and schema refers to. In regards to the Project Repository. It says to back this up, is the Project Repository a folder? ex: D:ProgramData\\HP\\ALM\\repository\...
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Hello, We are having low storage issues and some of the projects we are using are very old. We are wondering what is the best practice recommendation for archiving/ backing up our old projects should we ever need to recover them? Thanks in advance, HomerJ
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Somehow I've lost the original license key .dat files and wanted to back them up in case I need to do a clean install later on or just have them in case of a disaster. How can I get this from Autopass?
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Management asked us to create a duplicate of our repository so we can "fail over" to it in case of emergency with ALM instance. Can we use Microsoft File Replication Service (FRS) to do this?
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