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  1. Preface
  2. The Application Integration Console
  3. Process Server Configuration
  4. Deployed Assets
  5. Process Schedules
  6. Processes
  7. Process Server Health
  8. Process Metrics
  9. Connections
  10. Guides
  11. Logs

Monitor

Monitor

Scheduled Maintenance

Scheduled Maintenance

Use the
Storage
tab
to specify when and how often to delete items from the database.
Delete Schedule
Frequency
  • None
    resets the engine for no scheduled maintenance
  • Intraday
    ,
    Daily
    ,
    Weekly
    , or
    Monthly
    sets the frequency schedule
Every
  • For
    Intraday
    , select minutes or hours and the number. For example, select 90 minutes.
  • For
    Weekly
    , select one or more days of the week. For example, select Monday to delete database items every Monday. Select Monday and Thursday to delete every Monday and Thursday.
  • For
    Monthly
    , select the first, second, third, fourth, or last day of the month. For example, select Last Monday to delete items on the last Monday of the month.
Start Time (GMT)
Type in a time of day, or select the Date Chooser to enter a time. In the Date Chooser, select Now to enter the current time.
Delete Offline Contributions
Select this setting to delete old process versions.
Delete Completed Processes
Delete Faulted Processes
Select these settings to delete old processes that completed normally (Completed) or abnormally (Faulted).
Default Faulted Process Retention
Enter the days, hours, or minutes for which Process Server retains faulted processes in the database. The default is 72 hours (3 days).
You can specify a
Process Instance Retention
value on the
Deployed Process Version Detail
page. This value is specific to a process and overrides the general
Default Faulted Process Retention
value.
For information about the
Process Instance Retention
value, see the
Deployed Process Version Detail
topic in the
Managing the Catalog and Resources
section of
Monitor
.
If you configure an email service to receive email alerts for faulted processes, you receive a maximum of one email per hour for each faulted process.
For example, you have two processes that fault every five seconds, process A and process B. You will receive two emails per hour, one for process A and one for process B.
Delete Server Log Entries Older Than
Enter the days, hours, or minutes for which Process Server retains Server Log data.
For example, if you select a
Server Log Retention
period of 30 days, Process Server retains Server Log data for the last 30 days and deletes earlier Server Log data.
After you set up a maintenance schedule, select
Update
Save
to save your settings.