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KB00003361 - Wvlog error: Number of entities exceeded 32767 against the irdbase process

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KB00003361 - Wvlog error: Number of entities exceeded 32767 against the irdbase process

Description: You are seeing errors in your wvlog similar to the following: 

2015-05-23 11:00:05 00005200 vewdatap 01241 IRDBASE 10.3.0 001560 - Unknown error. Number of entities exceeded 32767. 

Cause: This is commonly seen on database summaries where more than 32767 rows are being summarized into a single interval. It can also occur on collection databases too but this is less common. 

Solution: You need to replay each database back and look at the interval around the time of the wvlog error and locate the one with 32766 rows. Once located, you may need to tweak the database or summary settings to summarize to a smaller interval or modify the where clause to reduce the rows per interval. 

Tip: If this is caused by a large quantity of IPT Servers, you could break up the summary to multiple destination databases 
I.e. ONe destination database per IPT Device, or one per group of devices.

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Levon Lyons
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Re: KB00003361 - Wvlog error: Number of entities exceeded 32767 against the irdbase process

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