Maintaining Temporary Tables
The PPM Server uses several tables for temporary storage during processing (for example, during package migration) for:
- User sessions
Commands and parameters
PPM Server uses a set of services to monitor and clean up these temporary tables. Make sure the cleanup parameters (described in Cleanup Parameters and in PPM Configuration Parameters) are set so that the temporary tables do not use too much database space.
KNTA_LOGON_ATTEMPTS table contains information about attempts to log on to the PPM Server during the previous 14 days. This information includes:
USER_IDof users who attempted to log on
Status (success or failure) of each logon attempt
Messages generated during the logon attempt
KNTA_LOGON_ATTEMPTS table is only for auditing purposes. The PPM Server does not require the data to function.
If logon attempts succeed, the records for those most of those attempts are purged. However, the last successful logon based on a combination of
USER_ID and IP address is retained.
If a logon attempt fails, the corresponding record remains in the table for future reference. You must delete the failed logon attempt records manually. the record of the last successful logon attempt also remains in the
The data is automatically purged after the time interval specified by the
DAYS_TO_KEEP_LOGON_ATTEMPT_ROWS server parameter setting.
The PPM_LOGON_SESSIONS table stores information about the sessions created on the PPM server. It includes information such as session start and end time, session type, how uses logged on to PPM, PPM node on which the session was created, and how the session ended.
The data in the table is automatically purged by the Logon Attempts Cleanup service after the duration
specified by the parameter
DAYS_TO_KEEP_LOGON_SESSIONS_ROWS. By default, the value of the
60, which means the table contains information about user sessions during the previous
KNTA_DEBUG_MESSAGES table contains any debugging text that Micro Focus PL/SQL database packages generate. After you analyze this data, you can safely purge it. The PPM Server purges this data automatically at the frequency determined by the
HOURS_TO_KEEP_MESSAGE_ROWS server configuration parameter setting.