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Datasets not redeploying after updates

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We are using 9.1.  When updates are pushed to our server, which causes a restart, our datasets are not redeploying after the restart.  I have to manually go in and hit redeploy.  However, we have 3 datasets, and I only have to redeploy 1 of them for all 3 to reconnect.  

Any thoughts on out to get the datasets to redeploy automatically?  We've had a ticket open for awhile with no solution.

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Re: Datasets not redeploying after updates

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Your Workgroup Server Services are what controls access to your Datasets. It makes sense that deploying from 1 affects all datasets in that sense.

As Greg mentioned, Windows Services are the first thing you should check after a reboot; for 9.1, this would be the HPE Content Manager Workgroup Service

From experience (to support Greg's advice) it's best to set the startup type to Automatic (Delayed Start) - the service may have trouble starting automatically after a reboot, otherwise.

 

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Re: Datasets not redeploying after updates

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Seems like a simple question however there tends to be a lot of variables in a situation like this.
what it sounds like to me, is you need a delayed start on your workgroup service. Try using the Windows service settings to delay the WGS startup by a few minutes and see if that resolves it.

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Sten28 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Datasets not redeploying after updates

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Your Workgroup Server Services are what controls access to your Datasets. It makes sense that deploying from 1 affects all datasets in that sense.

As Greg mentioned, Windows Services are the first thing you should check after a reboot; for 9.1, this would be the HPE Content Manager Workgroup Service

From experience (to support Greg's advice) it's best to set the startup type to Automatic (Delayed Start) - the service may have trouble starting automatically after a reboot, otherwise.

 

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