Before upgrading the Database Engine, review the following checklist and the associated articles.
These articles apply to all upgrades, regardless of upgrade method and will help you determine the most appropriate upgrade method: Rolling upgrade, new installation upgrade, or in-place upgrade.
Supply, installation, testing, user training and commissioning of GIS (Geographical Information System) Our solution is based on Esri and Schnieder Electric technologies with the addition of CYMDIST electric analysis package.
The GIS tools are based on Arc GIS and Arc FM software: (Arc GIS Desktop Standard (Arc Editor), Arc GIS Network Analyst Extension, Arc GIS Spatial Analyst Extension, Arc FM Server Standard, Arc FM Network Adapter, Arc FM Conduit Manager, Arc FM fibre extension, Arc FM Designer , Arc FM Viewer) The project broad objective was to Provide support to location based network analysis, planning, design, construction, and operation.
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Following: HEROKU_POSTGRESQL_LAVENDER_URL (DATABASE_URL) Behind By: 0 commits The follower database is now the primary database (although the application is not yet receiving new requests).
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If you have scheduler jobs running as well, you should disable them.
The best approach is to treat your upgrade like you would any IT project.
You should organize an upgrade team that has the database administration, network, extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL), and other skills required for the upgrade.
In order to promise Zesco a successful implementation of the proposed system, and following the best practices recommended by the software vendors, we are delivering the proposed system as few sub-systems, each with it’s own timeline of implementation and deliveries.
This approach is enabling Zesco to take advantage of each sub-system as it is being completed & delivered, without the need to hold the entire delivery until all the described functionality is ready.