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DSapp CUSO


Does anybody use DSapp CUSO every couple of years?
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Re: DSapp CUSO

In article <57ED247F.A42F.000C.1@grcc.edu>, Erich D. Flynn wrote:
> Does anybody use DSapp CUSO every couple of years?


For those whom that acronym throws you
CUSO = Clean-Up Start Over

Typically best used for when something is just too messed up to be
fixed otherwise, but I can see some people using it regularly like some
re-image their Windows boxes regularly. So I'm curious like Erich if
anyone has started using the young feature in as a regular part of
maintenance.


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Re: DSapp CUSO


We ran this last week we had over 3 years of accounts users and devices that had gone through multiple iterations of upgrades. Our database was 59GB and vacuum clean-up were taking over 12h. The CUSO took about 1/2 hour and about 4 hours to populate. The device sync the next day was a little longer and there were a few calls, that putting device on WiFi resolved.



We are glad we did it, just for a refresh and clean-up. The database is now down to 3.9GB. Have not run a vacuum to see performance, but I would assume it will be back to a reasonable time.



System is VM SLES 11 with 16GB ram 300GB disk, 270 users and 400 devices, running GroupWise Mobile 2014




>>> Andy Konecny<konecnya@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> 9/30/2016 7:03 PM >>>



In article <57ED247F.A42F.000C.1@grcc.edu>, Erich D. Flynn wrote:


> Does anybody use DSapp CUSO every couple of years?





For those whom that acronym throws you

CUSO = Clean-Up Start Over




Typically best used for when something is just too messed up to be

fixed otherwise, but I can see some people using it regularly like some

re-image their Windows boxes regularly. So I'm curious like Erich if

anyone has started using the young feature in as a regular part of

maintenance.







Andy of
http://KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto



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