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HP Operations Orchestration Purge Execution Summary running non stop 10.22

Would require your help & support here in regards to our Purge Execution Summary flows in our environment used to delete old executions.

In recent months, we noticed in QA - Purge execution flows are in Long Running and we end-up cancelling our flows to avoid issues since it runs for a very long time and its not resolving. How can we fix this issue. 

Herewith, we also noticed content locks are kept in the table such as OO_RUNTIME_VALUE_STORE_KEY, OO_TRIGGER, OO_EXECUTION_ENTRY and its trying to write an entry for something that already exists due to which its failing.

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Re: HP Operations Orchestration Purge Execution Summary running non stop 10.22

Hello raara,

 

The purge flows use a lock in order to avoid them run twice at the same time. You can try removing the lock from the lock from OO_RUNTIME_VALUE_STORE table. Also, we encourage the use of the purge scripts available on this link: https://marketplace.microfocus.com/itom/content/oo-database-maintenance

 

Regards!

Carlos Rojas
Customer Support Engineer

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