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(BSM) Support Tip: Configure Periodic Purging Frequency

Downtimes can be purge based on how long ago the downtime was completed.

By default, periodic purging is active and the time period from which completed downtime should be purged is 1095 days.

Periodic purging will run, by default, every 7 days. This value can be changed using JMX console

1. In a browser, enter the URL of the JMX console:
http://<Gateway or Data Processing Server name>:8080/jmx-console/

2. Enter your JMX console authentication credentials.

3. Go to service=Infrastructure Settings Manager

4. Invoke the function setSettingValuePerCustomerId with context=downtime and
downtime.periodic.purging.days.interval.

5. Restart the server.


Regards,

Elena Rojas
MicroFocus Support

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ramesh9 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: (BSM) Support Tip: Configure Periodic Purging Frequency

Dear

Is time period for downtime purging only after 1095 days

What is the minimum interval we can run periodic purging, is it 1 day or 1 hour

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