With thanks to daniel.prk and mark.kenny from MacAdmins #jamfnation:
After running an action with Casper Remote 9.96, selecting a computer
and viewing a log opens a web browser pointing at a File Reference URL
of the form file:///.file/id=6571367.301...
After upgrading to 8.7, I've been running into some issues with the
database churning 100% CPU and clients occasionally being unable to
properly submit results to the JSS. Some investigation found that the
database was taking upwards of a second to d...
TL;DR - Old Imaging Configurations had Colons : in their names. Renamed
them with the JSS, and Casper Admin works fine again. No more
UnsupportedFormatException. Long VersionHowdy, all! Finally upgraded
from 8.43 to 8.52 and everything seems to be ru...
Viewing Membership of Smart Groups has been rather sluggish on my JSS
instance as of late, likely a result of not discovering the automatic
log flushing functionality :) Currently, clicking Management > Smart
Computer Groups > (random small group) > ...
As a thought, you don't need to do the string equivalence check. You can
inspect pgrep's exit code directly: if pgrep -q "$processName" then echo
"$processName is running" else echo "$processName is NOT running. Search
for ..." # /usr/local/bin/jamf ...
I'm seeing the same thing on my end. I'm not 100% sure, but I think
those are just part of a connection pool being kept alive for efficiency
reasons. This saves the JSS from having to open a new connection and
authenticate every time it needs to do s...
Sorry to revive a dead thread, but I've found that you can add an extra
index to the usage_logs table. I think this needs to be recreated every
time the JSS is restarted, but it seems to do the trick every time I
need to query a smart group: CREATE I...