jchipman
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Servers missing from Server Hierarchy

ZCM 11.4.3 on Windows 2012
Certificate Re-Mint just accomplished (not a problem)
Basically was playing around with server hierarchy and in the process now both of my primary servers have disappeared with no clear way of getting them to show in the server hierarchy. Have opened up an SR with microfocus but I'm wondering what I can do in the meantime.

It does appear that they are working, just not in the list.
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jchipman
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jchipman;2484845 wrote:
ZCM 11.4.3 on Windows 2012
Certificate Re-Mint just accomplished (not a problem)
Basically was playing around with server hierarchy and in the process now both of my primary servers have disappeared with no clear way of getting them to show in the server hierarchy. Have opened up an SR with microfocus but I'm wondering what I can do in the meantime.

It does appear that they are working, just not in the list.


Fixed my own problem by diving into the Database and finding the place where servers are listed and which parent they belong to. By default, primaries should not belong to a parent, but somehow I was able to make neither one display in the configuration. I removed the parent entry and logged out of ZCC and they both appeared.

When neither system showed, the status collector was unable to upload events to the DB causing the folder to continually grow.
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