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You can discard the data that your HPE IDOL Server data index contains and reset it to the state it was in when you first installed HPE IDOL Server. This operation also clears the contents of the index queue, including any queued index actions. Your configuration file is not reset to its initial state.
You can initialize the data index either by sending an action from your Web browser, or by using the IDOL Admin interface.
To initialize the data index by sending an action from your Web browser
DREINITIAL action (case sensitive) from your Web browser:
||is the IP address or host name of the machine on which HPE IDOL Server is installed.|
||is the HPE IDOL Server index port (specified as
HPE also recommends adding the
InitialID parameter to the
DREINITIAL index action. The
DREINITIAL index action resets the index, so it always returns its index ID as 1. When you set an
InitialID, the IDOL Server
GetStatus action reports the
InitialID of the last
DREINITIAL that it processed, which allows you to check whether the
DREINITIAL index action has been completed. The
InitialID also ensures that if the server receives the same request multiple times, it processes only the first one.
This action uses port
20001 to reset the data index of an HPE IDOL Server that is located on a machine with the IP address
126.96.36.199 to its original state.
To initialize the data index by using IDOL Admin
In the Service Control tab in the Console page, click Initialize IDOL Content.
A confirmation message appears.
You can monitor the progress of the
DREINITIAL action in the Recent Tasks panel.