I just deleted the task in one of our lab environments from the Daily
Maintenance window under Operations -> Maintenance -> Daily Maintenance.
I'll know tomorrow whether it ran tomorrow morning at 2:00 am.
Curious why you're running offline compaction with AEM 6.3. Was the
online compaction now available with AEM 6.3 unable to keep up with
needs of your environment or did you disable online compaction for some
Is there any advantage to using CopyOnRead to create a copy of the
Lucene indexes on the file system when using a local TarMK Repository.
For example, I have a single author running on a VM and the repository
and the index folder are both stored on the same file system. I read
through the JackRabbit Oak Lucene documentation and it states this about
CopyOnReadLucene indexes are stored in NodeStore. Oak Lucene provides a
custom directory implementation which enables Lucene to load index from
1. What is the difference between re-indexing a Lucene index by setting
the flag in CRXDEVersus 2. Forcing a rebuild of the index by deleting
the index from the server and removing all the checkpints using java
-jar oak-run-1.2.17.jar checkpoints
crx-quickstart\repository\segmentstore rm-allDoes the reindexing do
anything? I was told by Adobe tech support that rebuilding the Lucene
indexes was a recommended maintenance task. Frequency as with many
things based on each systems unique characterist...
We recently had an incident where a large amount of content was
activated by the authoring community resulting unresponsive publishers.
In addition to increasing memory and CPU on the publishers, I'm looking
for possible configuration changes which would "throttle" the flush
agents so the end users response time won't be severely impacted in the
future.First I thought maybe this was the answerTuning the Sling Job
QueuesThe bulk upload of large assets may be very resource intensive. By
Does anyone know if setting
org.apache.jackrabbit.core.state.validatehierarchy=true in the
CQ_JVM_OPTS in the start script do anything on Jackrabbit Oak? The only
references I've found were for CRX.Thanks, Ned
One of the application teams was running an TarMK offline compact over
the weekend (Oak 1.2.7) from a VPN connection that timed out. They then
restarted it. That got me to wondering. Does anyone know if the offline
compact supports restarting from where it left off in the event it gets
stopped part way through?ThanksNed