Results for tag maintenance
  • Kentico - is it possible to Schedule a redirect / alias to maintenance page?
    Tom Wisneski    —       —    Question

    An upcoming maintenance to processes on several of our Kentico 11 websites that use SAP webservices. During the maintenance time block, we will either need to redirect to another page or create an ...

  • When stopping a site, what does the user see?
    Russell Hires    —       —    Question

    Going to need to put our site in maintenance mode, which for us means stopping the site, but the docs don't say what the user will see when that happens. So, what will the user see if we stop the s...

  • Purge Recyle Bin Documents/Objects After X Days
    Brandon White    —       —    Question

    Is there a way to automatically keep only X days of documents/objects in the recycle bin after the deletion date? I don't want to manually manage this. Is there a scheduled task that has already be...

  • Maintenance tasks on Kentico 9
    Massimo Franciosa    —       —    Question

    Hi, We are going to make maintenance on a kentico 9 build within a webfarm. are there some tasks (except the ones available on @scheduled tasks@) that needs to be done in a regular basis in order t...

  • Clean up Your Kentico Install
    Brenden Kehren    —       —    Article

    You've installed Kentico, have your site up and running locally and now you need to deploy it.  You look in your file system and see there are thousands upon thousands of files in the root directory.  Yes, Kentico is a large CMS and in order to run it you do need a lot of files but what I'll show you today is how to clean up your installation for deployment. 

  • How to Delete Web Analytics Data via API
    Pavel Jiřík    —       —    Article

    If you track web analytics statistics over a long period of time, your database can become really large. To maintain database performance and size, you may eventually get to the point where you need to delete old web analytics data. In Kentico 9 this is not possible to do in the admin interface anymore but as always you can easily achieve this by using our Kentico API.

  • Maintenance in Kentico
    Boris Pocatko    —       —    Article

    Many developers think that by providing a finished website, their job is done. Even if they’ve followed all of our best practices regarding website design and setup, there is still an ongoing need to keep the overall system healthy. Websites should be serviced regularly; just like you would service your car.

    There are several areas you should pay attention to when maintaining your website. The areas can be divided into:

    • Linking content
    • Unnecessary performance hogs 
    • Long term content strategy
    • Database health
    • File system health
    • Monitoring

    We will take a look at each of these areas, and describe how to tackle them effectively in order to keep your website running smoothly for a long time. 

  • How To: Off-line Mode
    Thomas Robbins    —       —    Video Article

    Maintenance is a normal part of your site. With Kentico CMS Off-line mode provides a one click site maintenance option to take your site offline to site visitors. However, both CMS Desk and Site Manager are available for content editors and administrators. This enables Content Editors to continue to update and manage site content. Site administrators have a choice of showing a customized message to site visitors or redirect them to a custom URL. In this video we will look at how this is done using Off-line mode.