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Chad_Kopplin
This week I have seen that our 2 GIS Servers with 8 gb's of RAM / server, was using 91% of the RAM / server.  I saw that there was always a SOC instance open when a map service was not in use.  Here is where the issue begins.  We have 56 map services / server, and the open SOC's are anywhere from 80 - 120 mb's.  We were using just over 7 gb's of… (Show more)
karanjamwalimu
We are currently doing a high availability installation of ArcGIS Enterprise and keep running into a few installation issues with the joining of the portals. We are using an ArcGIS Enterprise Advanced License to license both portals but keep getting the following error:   The two machines are licensed differently. Ensure both machines use the same… (Show more)
karanjamwalimu
We are currently doing a high availability installation of ArcGIS Enterprise and keep running into a few installation issues with the joining of the portals. We are using an ArcGIS Enterprise Advanced License to license both portals but keep getting the following error:   The two machines are licensed differently. Ensure both machines use the same… (Show more)
jlunse
I have created a feature service and it shared: http://services.arcgis.com/u1pyDfVudZJk1pG6/arcgis/rest/services/Labels/FeatureServer   I have three layers and all three are defined to show labels. Labels are nicely shown in ArcMap but not on ArcGIS.com Map.   Note! Attached is a picture of my layers and features in ArcMap.   UPDATED: I've… (Show more)
azin.sharaf
This would be our Portal and ArcGIS Server high availability deployment. We want to add a HA GeoEvent Server to this architecture. What would be the best solution based on the following limitations/recommendations? 1- Don't use multi-machine sites with GeoEvent 2- Don't install GeoEvent in your base GIS site   If we create two independent… (Show more)
azin.sharaf
Since we are interested in IWA with a highly available federated ArcGIS Server and Portal (See diagram below), does the federated ArcGIS Server need web adaptor?   In Esri’s diagram ArcGIS Server doesn’t have web adaptor so I assume: - If users connect via Portal, they should pass Portal web adaptor (wa1 and wa2). - Third party web applications… (Show more)
azin.sharaf
We are going to deploy a highly available ArcGIS Server on DMZ side with ArcGIS built-in store security. Since we use third party NLB, I believe we don’t need Web Adaptor. Correct? Can I remove green boxes in diagram below? 
azin.sharaf
We are going to deploy a highly available ArcGIS Server on DMZ side with ArcGIS built-in store security. Since we use third party NLB, I believe we don’t need Web Adaptor. Correct?
    emiskdev3
    we are planning to have HA Arcgis Server/Portal/data store, they will be federated and for authentication we will use ADFS  We are having hardware NLB    Now my question is do we have to install Web Adapter on portal or arcgis server ? We feel adding Web adapter will add one extra layer without any advantage?
    sujeet.shettyesrimuscat-esridist
    In a High availability setup, is it recommended to setup ArcGIS Portal and ArcGIS Server in a Windows cluster. Is it recommended practice?
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