Posts Tagged: postgres

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Tableau Filestore Consistency Checker – How Repository Maps to Filestore
August 17, 2017
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Somewhere around the end of July I was invited to show some magic from our consultancy portfolio in the Server Admin User Group’s virtual meetup. I choose (no, actually Mark choose) two topics: the first was automated query banding (practically server side search and replace to programmatically fill initial sqls for workbooks and data sources) while […]
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Reconfiguring Tableau Server without Restart: The Basics (Part1)
May 17, 2016
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Tableau Software is continuously working on Server’s architecture to make it more robust, modern and enterprise grade. However, it still has its design heritage and technical dept that make some tasks too complex or uncomfortable. One of these is the way how minor and major configuration changes can be applied. Even if we made tiny […]
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Tableau Configuration Templates: Understanding tabadmin configure
October 24, 2015
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Tableau uses different processes on different nodes to do the magic: gateway, application servers, repository, cache servers are all having their own configuration files on different server hosts. How can tableau keep their configuration files in sync? How can you change default values or customize the service settings? Like how can I create a remote user access […]
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Tableau Live Data Connection to CSV over HTTP/REST
April 1, 2015
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I ran into a request in Tableau Community Forum: how to connect a .csv file located on a remote web server thru http protocol. This is not really supported yet, and the to be released web connector will be extract only. But that’s why we are here, the brave community to getting things done. In […]
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Vacuum Analyze with Talend Open Studio
March 23, 2015
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The whole started with a requirement to vacuum analyze our production greenplum appliances. The problem was with the timing, we only had two hours to complete the activity. This means we would need to start with the table that was never vacuumed, then followup with the other tables ordered by vacuum date and stop process precisely after […]