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How often do people reboot their serves
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tambrosi
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08/07/2017 6:20 AM

    Hi All,

    Being new to Lawson,  curious to know if people reboot the Lawson servers on timed intervals,  IE weekly, monthly, bi-monthly etc.  

    These are Windows servers. 

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    Terry

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    08/07/2017 6:44 AM
    Terry,
    Due to memory leaks, typically in the lase process, I tell clients to bounce LSF once a week, and the server about once a month to once every two months.

    Now with that said, if you can identify a patch release and build number that's extremely stable, I have seen Windows systems run for over a year, without so much as a hiccup, but this is the exception and not the rule.

    A general rule is the more frequently you restart LSF and clean up processes related to it, the less frequently a full OS restart is needed
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    08/07/2017 9:00 AM
    Hi Kwane, thanks for the info, I kind of figured it was leading down that path unfortunately.
    When you say LSF, you are referring to the lawson env, or the node agent/app1, app2 etc or both?
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    08/07/2017 9:33 AM
    LSF refers to the entire stack, as it's best practice to restart WebSphere when restarting LSF Core processes.
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    09/12/2017 5:05 PM
    We reboot LSF LMK and DB every Monday early am. It takes approx 30 mins mainly due to websphere coming down and back up and the need to have them reboot in order. This was originally suggest by our Infor consultant on v9 . Now on V10 we have had multiple instances where issues arise during a week of processing that get cleared up with a clean reboot.
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