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If your mongo database seems to take up a lot of disk space, you're not alone. You do need to allocate sufficient space for it. But you can take some steps to compact it as well. Read on for more information on how to proceed.
The AlteryxServerUsageReport.zip available on the Downloads Portal is for versions 2019.3 and below. In versions 2020.1+, Tableau output fails with error “Error: Alteryx Server Usage Report (8): RunBatch (695): Tool #1: The external program ".\CollectionCheck.bat" returned an error code: 1”.
This article will walk you through how to restore DCM connections that fail after performing a Server Host Recovery or migration/restoration of a MongoDB to a different Controller than it originated on.
One of the three database options when setting up the Alteryx Server is to connect into a User-Managed MongoDB instance. Why would you want to set up your own implementation of MongoDB? The main benefits are to take advantage of the features of MongoDB that are not included with our embedded instance.
When migrating a MongoDB to a new machine all the relevant steps in https://help.alteryx.com/20201/server/server-host-recovery-guide (use document for your Server version) should be followed. Skipping steps can cause issue occurring later.