There is a number of background jobs that are being performed by the
You can review and manage them via the Registration Server Administration Console by clicking Server Management -> Manage Auto Tasks. See Manage Auto Tasks for details.
The overall frequency of how often the background service will wake up can be
changed by modifying the setting
repeat in file
/etc/td-regserver.conf. The default value is 10 seconds.
Note that the frequency of the individual tasks can be defined differently, by changing each task’s Frequency setting (if required).
This process sends out email notifications generated by actions from the Team Drive Clients and Registration Server (e.g. device activation or Space invitation messages, license expiry reminders), which are queued in the Registration Server’s internal email queue.
“Delete Old Messages”-Task¶
Messages not retrieved by Clients will be deleted from the Registration
Server’s internal message queues after the period defined in the Registration
<InvitationStoragePeriod> (e.g. invitations and other client messages,
store-forward invitations) and
for future devices).
“Delete Client IPs”-Task¶
For privacy/data protection reasons, this task removes the Client IP addresses
from the Devices table according to the value of
<StoreRegistrationDeviceIPinSeconds> as described in Registration Server Settings.
If TDNS access is active, this task will poll the TeamDrive Master Registration Server to retrieve a list of all Registration Servers within the TDNS network.
Users registered on your Registration Server can only invite users from white listed Registration Servers to their Spaces.
By default, this task will be performed every 12 hours.
The automatic white listing of servers depends on the setting
- If set to
True, new Registration Servers will be automatically white listed.
- If set to
Falseyou have to enabled each Registration Server manually, using the Manage Servers page of the Administration Console.
If API logging is enabled (the Provider setting
API_REQUEST_LOGGING is set to
True), each API request is logged in a database table. On a busy server,
these log entries can significantly increase the size of the Registration
Server’s database over time.
Enabling this task will remove entries from the API log table, if they are older than 30 days. This task is disabled by default.
If you issue licenses with an expiration date (e.g. by issuing trial licenses or by entering a date in the Valid until field manually), this task takes care of sending out reminder emails to the license’s user(s), informing them about the upcoming expiration. Once the expiration date has been reached, the license will be invalidated and the user’s TeamDrive clients will fall back to their default license.