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Upgraded to the latest version yesterday.
I have migrated all users from one database to another and removed the database from exchange (2016).
When I go to dashboard\features\exchange\databases and do a refresh it comes back with the proper databases.
When on the dashboard page in the Mailbox Databases window, it still shows the old removed database. If I do a refresh here, I get an Error
Was the email statistics graph always blank? If so, you need the CloudPanel Service to be running because that is what queries the data.
For the problem with the old database, can you tell me if the version you updated to was in fact 220.127.116.116.0? There are a couple of patches I would like you to apply if so:
Just replace the DLL files.
OK, so in a couple days I should start seeing something in statistics.
As far as the error when doing the refresh in the Mailbox Databases pane, that still pops up. Even with the databases showing correctly on the databases page.
It's not critical, I assume the dashboard page is just for show and as long as the databases page shows correctly, there won't be any issue with creating mailboxes and the automatically assigning of databases.
You can adjust the times the scheduler runs on the setup page of CloudPanel and then restart the CloudPanel Service if you want.
As far as the databases go, it just hasn't had time to fall off because of a timestamp it uses in the database. I will have to check the time frame but I believe they should fall off in a couple of days because they will no longer be queried for stats. It won't affect creating mailboxes and assigning databases.
I just noticed that none of the panes on the dashboard were current.
When changing the time frame range, I noticed that the top dashboard stats stopped 26 april 2018 and the email statistics stops 7 aug 2017. So this has been an issue long before the upgrade. In a two server DAG, does it matter which server you enter in the Exchange Server settings? Right now I have an active database on each server with their copy on the opposite server. And the time intervals are all the defaults for the cloudpanel service scheduler.
There is a Windows Service that is needed to gather that information. Check and see if it is stopped. It also has some log files with it that could better point to the issue.
It does not matter what Exchange server it points to in order to gather the information, but if one Exchange goes down then it would stop. Typically you would point it to your load balancer or the DNS if you are using DNS round robin.