Where is the IBM TRIRIGA Cleanup Agent after upgrading to 3.4.x?


Why can’t I find the IBM TRIRIGA Cleanup Agent after upgrading to version 3.4.x? After upgrading to 3.4.x and going to the IBM TRIRIGA Admin Console > Agent Manager, I cannot see the Cleanup Agent entry anymore.

Starting with version 3.4, the CleanupAgent (Cleanup Agent) name was changed to PlatformMaintenanceScheduler (Platform Maintenance Scheduler) to better describe what this agent does. This agent conducts data cleanup and runs an analysis on the database. This agent removes all data in the state of null, and removes DataConnect (DC) jobs and staging table entries that are obsolete or completed. This agent also cleans up the completed workflow instances that do not have any user-operable tasks (such as user tasks and approval tasks) within the workflow. Note as well that the IBM TRIRIGA Admin Console “Cleanup Agent Manager” has changed to “Platform Maintenance Scheduler”.

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