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Re: Replication agent config group by runmode
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That is the solution we had to go with as well.A feature request was made to have the runmode configurations for the replication agents match the runmode configurations for everything else. That ticket is GRANITE-14360. I was told that the feature wouldn't even be considered until at least 6.4. If you ask about it then reference that ticket number and maybe it will get more attention. kyle

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There really aren't all that many replication configurations. It's just multiple sets, like "test", "prod", "staging", "preview", etc. So each set has its own specific publishers, flush agents, etc. We could just keep all the configurations separate and know that we need to install the staging replication agents on staging, and the production replication agents on production, and so on, It's just much more convenient when there is only one thing to do and any instance can behave like any other i...

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There seems to be some inconsistency between how run modes are handled by the replication agent configuration and by other configurations in AEM.For reference, i am using AEM 6.2, com.adobe.granite.replication.core:6.0.14At issue here is the fact that when multiple run modes are appended to a replication agent group, they are evaluated with an OR operation.Let me give an example. The obvious run modes that everyone will be familiar with is "author" and "publisher"; thus, you will typically have ...

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Question 1 -The issue I face with manipulating the cost is that now the index (with its cost manipulated) is sometimes used when its the poorer choice; it ends up just reversing the problem: queries that were performing poorly because they weren't using this index now perform well, but other queries that were performing well, in some cases, now perform poorly because they ARE using this index where they weren't using it before.Using native queries seems like it could be the best solution. Is the...

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I will break this question down into two parts because I think they are probably related.The first relates to what seems like improper index selection, the second pertains to optimal configuration of indexes. In AEM most of the queries we do are based on @sling:resourceType, typically with some second property restriction. In one such case we make queries for a particular resource type as well as restrictions on a property called @date. The @date property is of type Date. The queries include som...

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With AEM 6.1 having been released, does anyone know when adobe intends to update their public maven repo's?https://repo.adobe.com/nexus/content/groups/public/com/adobe/aem/aem-api/ We use this repo as part of our build, having the new versions available will make building for AEM 6.1 much easier. We are currently building for 6.0 (as the dependencies do exist in the public repo) but are not able to build for 6.1 until the repo is updated. If anyone has some insight into the timelines, it would b...

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I have read your suggestion of only using a 1:1 ratio.Unfortunately, the 1:1 setup, although simpler, has a significant draw back that is an issue for our use case. We have hundreds of thousands of cache-able assets. Our caches are cleared quite frequently due to frequent activations. If we were in a 1:1 setup, this means each dispatcher (and each cache) only has one render powering it. To fully repopulate the cache each dispatcher would have to render each cache-able resource at least once. Wha...

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Hello,I have a couple questions about how the Dispatcher performs load balancing and penalizes unavailable renders.Hopefully someone here will have useful insight. The documentation for the dispatcher "statistics" and "unavailablePenalty" are a little ambiguous as to how the load balancing is actually performed.Here's the documentation: https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/dispatcher/disp-config.html#par_168_66_0011Is there any documentation that details what information is kept in the "statistics" an...

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That was exactly the issue.I had to create the service user through CRX Explorer. Thanks,Kyle

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Also, I have noticed the "Apache Sling Service User Mapper Service Amendment" factory, which is a much better way of managing these service users. Tried that, same results. Thanks,kyle

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Hello, We have been working with AEM 6.0SP2 and are now moving into AEM 6.1.During our upgrade from CQ 5.6.1 to AEM 6.0SP2 we converted over all our uses of admin sessions (via resourceResolver.loginAdministrative()) to use service users instead. Here's a snippet of how we get a service user: try { Map param = new HashMap(); param.put(ResourceResolverFactory.SUBSERVICE, "contentReadService"); this.serviceResourceResolver = this.resourceResolverFactory.getServiceResourceResolver(param); if (this....

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Re: When to close ResourceResolver instances?
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Typically, any code in which a resource resolver is not tied to a request, you will need to create/close. So, for example, if you have a service running in the background; one thats maybe on a schedule.There's no request whose resource-resolver you can re-use, so you create one manually directly from the factory for use by this service.You will be responsible for closing this resource resolver/session.

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Re: Help building against AEM 6.1 beta (601_Load_19)
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I see the exact same issue com.day.cq cq-quickstart 6.1.0 provided apis I've tried deleting the repository, fetching other dependencies and plugins from maven central instead of adobe repos (where possible), updating all dependencies and plugins to the latest supported in AEM 6.1, updating maven to latest stable versions, updating java to latest stable versions, all to no avail. Error is as follows: [ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.apache.felix:maven-scr-plugin:1.21.0:scr (generate-scr-scrdes...

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