On home page, I'm getting the black banner telling that the
CALA heartbeat of FSM server is overdue.
The data is not up to date.
Cala_check on the FSM and client servers is OK (green).
One recent change was a SQL database upgrade from SQL2000 to 2005.
Database connections look good in calarex.log.
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Ankur Grover 270001CC6U1 PostACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: CALA heartbeat of FSM server is overdue2010-03-30T07:57:21Z in response to lboghos2Hi All,
I am also getting this screen displayed on web console. I am using Windows Server2003 and IIS. A windows security patch KB977165 was applied on the server and after that I am getting this error.
I am unable to restart the Cala Server services and CPU utilization is becoming 100%.
Any help or suggestion will be appreciable.
donl1967 270000WCCR16 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: CALA heartbeat of FSM server is overdue2010-04-08T16:29:35Z in response to lboghos2I have found in the past that if there are some really large log files out there (we have an issue where the WAL log on some of our servers grows to 15G or so a day, but that is for a different thread) then the CPU on the FSM server can hit 100%. We have also had issues where the dbOptimize was failing on the server as well and that caused some issues. If the CPU on the server is spiked at 100% for any length of time, the heartbeat will fail and that is why you get the black banner. Find out why the CPU is high and that may solve some of your problems. As far as upgrading the SQL version, there are setting for that that may need to change with the new version. Maybe it doesn't have access the to database any more?
Hope this helps some.
Re: CALA heartbeat of FSM server is overdue2010-04-20T18:22:47Z in response to lboghos2CPU usage is no longer an issue on the server.
However, after modifying several config files, including .instvars, to make sure they all reference the correct SQL server and port number, I still get the black banner.
Although now the error has changed.
Instead of heartbeat overdue - indicating a cala_check entry on the database with an old date, now I have 'error retrieving cala_check timestamp'.
And the table row that is being checked does not exist at all now.
I reinstalled Cala after updating all the config files. Same error.
I can read and update the transactions table, but the history table has not been updated since before the SQL 2000 to 2005 upgrade.
Re: CALA heartbeat of FSM server is overdue2010-04-28T18:57:19Z in response to lboghos2Resolved!!
With SQL 2005, the following entry needs to be added to the JDBC driver path variable in the cala_variables.txt file:
d:/filenet/java/lib/ext (or equivalent path)
GLOBAL_SETTING;;__CALAVAR_JDBC_DRIVER_PATH__;;d:/FileNet/SysMon/tools/de.cenit;d:/FileNet/SysMon/tools/org.apache;C:/Program Files/Microsoft SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver/sqljdbc_1.2/enu;d:/filenet/java/lib/ext
Then reinstall CALA from the FSM Server Installer
This will also update the logctlsrv.conf file with the same java path info on the line beginning with: mysqlemit=run!jdbcemit
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK53 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: CALA heartbeat of FSM server is overdue2010-08-12T15:55:57Z in response to lboghos2For reference, I had the black banner issue as well but my solution was different.
Was a new FSM server (4.0.1 FP4) built with php 5.2.3.
On the FSM webpage I noticed that the time displayed next to the refresh button was one hour ahead of the actual server time.
Also, to the right of the date which is displayed in the upper left hand corner of the main page it showed Europe/Helsinki which is not correct.
I found the date.timezone entry in the php.ini file. (was commented out = default)
I got my time zone value from the php website
Updated the value, banner gone.
Did reboot (windoze) but restart of Apache should do the trick I guess.