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Re: IDM 4.x - Able to see Driver Cache entries in file syste

ohico;2499133 wrote:
I've found the .TAO file in the DIB folder "/var/opt/novell/eDirectory/data/dib/98227.TAO".
https://support.microfocus.com/kb/doc.php?id=3514553

As expected, it's also the larger TAO file (2.6MB) as it holds over 17,000 "sync" events but many thousands of these events can be deleted.
I know the count from the "Driver Cache Inspector" in iManager.

Is there any way outside of iManager's "Driver Cache Inspector" to modify this TAO file's "sync" events?
Maybe we can stop and disabled the driver and use some custom TAO file editor? Does that exist?

Thanks,
Marc


If you can identify which <sync> events you want to process, or which ones you do not want to process, a quick and simple policy on the subscriber event transform could be used to quickly process and discard the unwanted events, allowing through only the ones you actually do want.
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Re: IDM 4.x - Able to see Driver Cache entries in file system?

I think it would be prudent to provide a trace of exactly what you are
seeing, level three (3) or higher, from start to finish of at least one
whole event. At first I thought this was a Publisher channel thing, but I
see Geoffrey responded as if it were related to the Subscriber channel.
Depending on where, and why, there could be a few things we could do to
prevent unnecessary events. Assuming this is a triggerless setup, you
should not have unnecessary sync events on the Publisher channel, but
maybe a bug is interfering and we can possibly help with that if we know
by seeing.

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Re: IDM 4.x - Able to see Driver Cache entries in file system?

On 5/2/2019 8:27 AM, ab wrote:
> I think it would be prudent to provide a trace of exactly what you are
> seeing, level three (3) or higher, from start to finish of at least one


Agreed, trace is great!

> whole event. At first I thought this was a Publisher channel thing, but I
> see Geoffrey responded as if it were related to the Subscriber channel.


I agree I assumed. But the later responses do seem to confirm the events
are in the TAO on the sub channel.

> Depending on where, and why, there could be a few things we could do to
> prevent unnecessary events. Assuming this is a triggerless setup, you
> should not have unnecessary sync events on the Publisher channel, but
> maybe a bug is interfering and we can possibly help with that if we know
> by seeing.
>


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Re: IDM 4.x - Able to see Driver Cache entries in file syste

Thanks guys,

I'm going to open a SR for assistance on this latency issue with that Oracle driver.

Regards,
Marc
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