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815 Oct 2013 @ 05:04 PDTConnectivityTopicF5 versus DNSHi Can anyone advise if an F5 load balancer should be used over a DNS, each configured with all Teradata COP's.  We have a 2650 Appliance running TD 13.10 with 15 nodes, 10 of which ...
703 Oct 2013 @ 12:53 PDTViewpointReplyHow can users abort their own queries without being able to abort anyone else's?Sorry my bad, checked the wrong DBQL system, both report as 2 rows returned, but Viewpoint doesn't display anything
603 Oct 2013 @ 12:41 PDTViewpointReplyHow can users abort their own queries without being able to abort anyone else's?Hi Robert That's weard. We are on 13.10.06.03, but viewpoint 14.00.00.00-b9 I have tried our DEV an PRD systems with the same result.  If I try with the Teradata admin account (not LDAP...
501 Oct 2013 @ 05:36 PDTViewpointReplyHow can users abort their own queries without being able to abort anyone else's?Hi Glass Yes you are right, the user also needs access to the syslib.abortsessions function to run from SQLA. Therefore is it safe to "grant abortsession" to users, knowing that they ca...
430 Sep 2013 @ 07:56 PDTViewpointReplyHow can users abort their own queries without being able to abort anyone else's?Hi Back to the original post, is there a way in Viewpoint/RDBMS a user can be given abort session access to their own sessions.  From what I can see, the user needs to be assigned the portlet...
330 May 2013 @ 12:34 PDTGeneralTopicInstall Oracle UDFsHi I'm trying to install the Oracle UDFs from the oraudfs_v_4.zip download from Developer Exchange. I getting a problem running the Perl script to replace the path location of the udf code.&n...
213 Feb 2013 @ 03:09 PSTViewpointReplySNMP traps - changing severity of messagesHi Thanks for replying. We are sending alerts to HP BSM. I tried sending a database space alert from Viewpoint, and set the severity as CRITICAL, however BSM reported it as normal.  Th...
103 Feb 2013 @ 09:56 PSTViewpointTopicSNMP traps - changing severity of messagesHi We have alerts being sent via SNMP traps, however they all appear as NORMAL priority, nothing seems to be sent as CRITICAL for example.  We have run tests were we have brought no...

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