Planning Analytics using twice the memory of 10.1

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Re: Planning Analytics using twice the memory of 10.1

Post by tomok » Mon Jan 28, 2019 6:23 pm

I'm guessing the css change is only going to be available to on-premise installations? We're going PA on the cloud this year and I would love to be able to alter the stylings for TM1web after we migrate.
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Re: Planning Analytics using twice the memory of 10.1

Post by jim wood » Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:03 pm

tomok wrote:
Mon Jan 28, 2019 6:23 pm
I'm guessing the css change is only going to be available to on-premise installations? We're going PA on the cloud this year and I would love to be able to alter the stylings for TM1web after we migrate.
I can't see IBM giving you that level of access. May be on the partner cloud but not commercial, although they may be able to drop a CSS change in for you?
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Re: Planning Analytics using twice the memory of 10.1

Post by ykud » Wed Jan 30, 2019 12:11 am

paulsimon wrote:
Mon Jan 28, 2019 11:47 am
You have done a better job than the IBM Support Desk
Well, that's not really a challenge, I've been at it longer than most people in support. Glad it worked, happy to help :) Try the fonts as well, defaults annoy the hell out of me.
tomok wrote:
Mon Jan 28, 2019 6:23 pm
I'm guessing the css change is only going to be available to on-premise installations? We're going PA on the cloud this year and I would love to be able to alter the stylings for TM1web after we migrate.
CSS changes would be only on-premise, but depending on the browser your organisation uses, you can add a plugin that would apply a custom skin to predefined url, allowing you to 'overlay' defaults with your organisation wide customisations. Something like Stylus

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Re: Planning Analytics using twice the memory of 10.1

Post by ykud » Tue Jul 16, 2019 12:15 pm

I’ll just leave it here for anyone finding this thread later: another reason for memory growth is that PA is preloading all the views and subsets definitions on startup, whereas 10.2.2 didn’t do that. There will be a parameter in tm1s.cfg to disable this behaviour in future releases, but you can check whether this is your case by removing view files and restarting the server.
I wrote a post about this with more details

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