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  1. A couple years ago I worked with a CW consultant who mentioned a "core-only" migration of Automate -- that is moving over only the tables needed to make the application run. I couldn't find the list of tables posted anywhere, so I wanted to post them here. Please note that there's an awful lot of items missing here (think of this like a "reset my server, keep my agents and users" measure). I'd advise anyone thinking about this that groups, scripts, monitors, searches, EDFs, and Connectwise Control are all missing. So too are all the tables for Patch Manager -- so with that, most partners
  2. Hey fellow geeks! Like many of you, I used the check boxes to Hide from All Clients and Disable this Client when offboarding and removing old clients from the navigation tree. Since moving to Automate 12, this functionality no longer works. Having several former clients cluttering up the tree in the CC, I started the process of manually deleting clients. This process was slow and frustrating. To combat this, I created a new stored procedure that can be run from script or via SQLyog to simplify this process. The procedure performs the following steps: Checks to ensure no co
  3. With recent events, the demand for remote connectivity is high. For partners using the MAC Signup functionality issues can arise when remote connectivity solutions use duplicate MAC addresses. Like most issues in Automate, it's possible to work around this and use monitors/scripts/searches/etc. to create a creative solution. However, basic validity checking is a native function of MySQL, and there's an elegant approach that will help in this situation (and may not completely replace creative solutions). This guide is designed to demo how to use database triggers
  4. Hi Everyone, Here at Automation Theory we think access to the Automate database is very import for every Automate admin, along with some basic statistics for monitoring database load and what the app is doing with the DB (and that you shouldn't have to pay for it!). We're excited to announce the launch of a FREE plugin we call Database Commander. It shows important MySQL load/performance demographics and has a query editor, complete with table name autocomplete and syntax highlighting. Features: Live MySQL load and performance data Syntax highlighting
  5. Hi Everyone, Since ConnectWise no longer supports MariaDB I've created a guide to help partners migrate to MySQL. The vendor provided documentation involves a long and convoluted logical backup process that can be avoided. This guide is the fastest method of upgrading to MySQL while allowing 100% ability to revert back in case of failure (since we'll be leaving MariaDB intact). Before we go any further please note that you can farm out this task if you want to focus on automation and not database administration: https://automationtheory.org/product/mysql-patching/
  6. I think every Automate admin has experienced the frustration of how slow the desktop application is. My primary Automate server has ~10,000 agents, and my users were having a horrible experience on a daily basis (they named the agent context menu "the right click of death"). I was sick of the painful user experience and the administration headaches -- so I upgraded to MySQL Enterprise and did a deep dive into how the application interacts with the database. Using the management tools from Oracle I found lots of issues, and after correcting them it's a night-and-day difference (the ri
  7. The root password is something that is easy to forget about until you really need it. Then it becomes a wild goose chase looking through password managers, documentation systems, and any other place that password might be used. This guide is meant for the situation where database maintenance is required and the root password is unknown. Items worth noting Every super admin account in Automate has the same permissions in the database as the root user. If your server has been around for a while (pre 10.5) it might be plain text in the registry under the key
  8. I've had an issue with our server at random times after the daily maintenance period cause IIS to stop responding. The error reads: "Sql Open Conn ErrorAuthentication to host 'localhost' for user 'asp_LabTech_1' using method 'mysql_native_password' failed with message: Access denied for user 'asp_LabTech_1'@'localhost' (using password: YES). I had a case with support back in October and after about a month they came to the conclusion that it was a Windows OS issue. I built a new server and migrated the database. I had no issues from the end of October to now mid-Feburary. Now I'm starting
  9. The topic sounds good right? Really, this will be a post to address some misconceptions and for me to keep my notes. First off. I AM NOT A MySQL TUNING EXPERT. Please point out any mistakes in what I say below if you know better. Many of you may have heard that MySQL under Windows supports a maximum of 2048 connections. (Well, 2048-(2*Tables) connections). It is shown in the MySQL documentation for versions 5.5-5.7 (and maybe others). Some pages say that this was resolved in MySQL 6 but the changes will not be backported. Other sources say that this limit was removed with MySQL 5.5+. Who
  10. Automate installations provide a number of custom MySQL functions. These helped fill particular needs within the program, but they can help you too!. Suppose you have two version numbers, like VER1=10.3 and VER2=10.2. Trying to compare them directly is a StringComparison and returns only 1 or 0 (True or False). A proper version comparison will tell you if VER1 is LESS than, EQUAL to, or GREATER than VER2. The custom function LT_CompareVersions('VER1','VER2') will do just this. Here is how the function works in practice. If VER1 is greater, the result should be "1", if it is less
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