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How often do people reboot their serves
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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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