Start Miranda updating of group on server list failed

Miranda updating of group on server list failed

The second half of the server-side process is controlled by the Address Book Service which pulls information from the SQL database and writes the changes to the address book files.

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We address this problem by proposing a novel approach to detect errors in the execution of these kinds of operations, in particular for rolling upgrade operations.

Our regression-based approach leverages the correlation between operations’ activity logs and the effect of operation activities on cloud resources.

Because Step #1 in the process happens by default every minute then any recent changes in AD should already be imported into the SQL database.

If this is not the case or for some reason normal replication is failing then a manual process can be used to toss out the entire copy of AD information in the SQL database’s address book store and regenerate a completely new copy.

We have conducted a set of experiments with different configurations of an upgrade operation on Amazon Web Services, with and without randomly injected faults to demonstrate the utility of our new approach.

Mostafa Farshchi is a member of Data61 and a Ph D candidate of computer science in Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.

First, we present a metric selection approach based on regression analysis.