This week on the podcast, Kyle shares a great MOS document that explains how psadmin issues tuxedo commands and asks if we could hook into that setup. Then Dan and Kyle discuss their ideal refresh process if they were to start from scratch.
This week on the podcast, Kyle finds the ProcessRestartMemoryLimit does not work as expected, Dan finds that the Purge Cache command has changed in 8.56, and Kyle recaps a successful Go-Live for PeopleTools 8.55 and Fluid Navigation.
- Page and Field CONFIGURATOR Follow-up @ 1:00
- October CVE Details @ 6:00
- Understanding ProcessRestartMemoryLimit @ 11:30
- Purge Cache Change in 8.56 @ 19:45
- Elasticsearch 04 DPK, POC Patches @ 25:30
- Unified Nav and My Favorites @ 31:30
- 8.55 and Fluid Nav Go-Live Success and Issues @ 38:15
This week, Dan and Kyle discuss decommissioning software that isn’t used, PeopleCode documentation pet-peeves and how to start using Puppet before upgrading to 8.55. We end the episode with predictions for OpenWorld 2016.
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- OOW 2016 @ :30
- psadmin.io Community Benefits @ 1:30
psadminmenu option @ 6:00
- Elasticsearch Release Date Change @ 8:00
- Missing Trace Files @ 10:45
- PeopleTools Delta Projects @ 15:00
PeopleCode PeopleTools Check @ 27:15
#If #ToolsRel >= "8.54" #Then import PTPN_PUBLISH:PublishToWindow; #End-If
PeopleCode Documentation Pet-Peeve @ 31:45
Two Roles for Applying PUM Maintenance @ 35:45
- Decomissioning Software @ 39:00
- SR to Bug @ 41:30
- Getting Started with Rundeck and PeopleSoft @ 43:00
- Getting Started with Puppet before Upgrading to 8.55 @ 44:45
- OOW 2016 Predictions @ 52:30