Category Archive: 2. Update, Database, Licence

Updating migRaven

migRaven Version 3.2.1019 and Database Version 2.3.0.1

The database version 2.3.0.1  belongs to migRaven version 3.2.1019. This runs with Java 8, 64bit-Version.

1. Requirements

1.1. System Requirements

With reference to the hardware 8 GB RAM and minimum 2 core is needed.
The pre-requisite for version 3.2 is Java 8, 64 bit, and a 64bit- (Windows-) operating system.
Further a .NET framework version 4.52 is required.

1.2. Database Service

The database version 2.3.0.1 belongs to migRaven 3.2.1019. The service is called “migRavenDB” and displayed as “migRaven Graph Database”.

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licensing

1. Licensing the active user accounts

migRaven is licensed for the number of the active AD accounts. One can count the number of active accounts to be licensed with our tool AD-Counter.

For licensing, we need this number of AD-Accounts, your FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) and the sub-domain names that you want to include. This information will be encrypted in your license key.

2. Server-Licensing           New in version 2.1.1010

From the migRaven-Version 2.1.1010, it is possible to obtain licenses for servers. There are two variants:

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database check

The database neo4j used by migRaven requires Java.

In order to consider the status, there is a web-based dashboard. One can reach this dashboard via the link http://localhost:7474 or http://127.0.0.1:7474.

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Optimizing the migraven database

Like any other database, the neo4j database is faster, if you access data in the main memory, without having to collect it from the hard disk.

For this reason, each customer should adjust the settings for the database individually in its computer. Values of 80% of available main memory are ideal on the computer.

If one for example has 4GB RAM, then the value should be set to 3.2 GB. One can make this setting in the “conf\neo4j-wrapper.conf”. This exists in the directory tree of the database.

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Where do I find my FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name)?

For a migRaven license based on user accounts, we need the FQDN of your domain. FQDN is the “Fully Qualified Domain Name”. We must differentiate here between the FQDN of the domain and the FQDN of the computer. The FQDN of the computer consists of the computer name and the FQDN of the domain, for example “Computer.test.local”. We need the FQDN of the domain, in this case “test.local”.

1. AD-Counter

Please use our licensing-tool AD-Counter to determine the number of useraccounts, that we base the licencing of migRaven on.

If you use subdomains you must specify these additionally while ordering the license. The subdomains are entered into the license key in coded format, so migRaven will be able to scan these (sub-) domains.

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