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In Automation Console and the REST API, it is a known limitation that process group names do not appear in runtime information displays. This is relevant only when you add a process group to a built-in template. If you add a process group then use the NuoDB Manager
show database processes command to view the process configuration. Specify the
user-data field so that you can see the group that each process belongs to. For example:
nuodb [domain] >
show database processes database nuodb_system inclOptions user-data[SM] Nuodb-2.local/192.168.2:60614 (us-west) [ pid = 35063 ] [ db = nuodb_system ] [ nodeId = 1 ] [ user-data = reqGroupName=SMs ] RUNNING [TE] Nuodb-2.local/192.168.2:60616 (us-west) [ pid = 35064 ] [ db = nuodb_system ] [ nodeId = 2 ] [ user-data = reqGroupName=TEs ] RUNNING [SM] Nuodb-1.local/192.168.1.102:60762 (us-west) [ pid = 35073 ] [ db = nuodb_system ] [ nodeId = 3 ] [ user-data = reqGroupName=SMs ] RUNNING [TE] Nuodb-1.local/192.168.1.102:60766 (us-west) [ pid = 35074 ] [ db = nuodb_system ] [ nodeId = 4 ] [ user-data = reqGroupName=TEs ] RUNNING
In the Requirements section of the Edit Database panel, if an error is incurred with the required Min or Max fields (for example, Min entered was greater than Max), a blank error message may appear making it difficult to diagnose the problem.
Occasionally, when switching from a Minimally Redundant template, the Edit Database panel will not prompt for a Region. If difficulties occur, use NuoDB Manager.
The storage manager to storage group mapping can be inconsistent in the Automation Console, when compared with the analogous storage group to storage manager mapping.