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VidiCore API Version Maintenance in VidiNet

Users in VidiNet Dashboard can run VidiCore API maintenance by manually updating it to a newer version, or set up an automatic maintenance schedule.

The maintenance panel pictured below is available in the VidiNet Dashboard for each of your services. When launching a new VidiCore API instance, our recommendation is that the automatic update option is turned on for patch versions.

Patch Versions and Minor Version Updates

Major versions (23.x.x, 22.x.x) are new features and/or new integrations or third party SW support. 

Minor and Patch versions (23.1.1, 22.2.2, 22.2.3, etc) are our maintenance updates with bugfixes and security updates. 

Pending Maintenance Explained

The next pending update is always listed under the heading "Pending maintenance" in the panel. What it says depends on the update schedule, whether a newer version exists and what changes have been made to a schedule. From here you can always edit or remove the next update. 

All scheduling are shown in local time as per setting on the computer/browser.

Manual Update

Apply an update in five minutes or schedule the update at any given time, applying a version update will override any previous scheduled maintenance.

Editing or Removing a Scheduled Update

Added scheduled update will be listed under the heading "Pending maintenance" edit or remove the manually scheduled update using the pen (edit) or trash can.

Schedule automatic Vidispine maintenance updates

Edit the automatic update maintenance schedule by clicking the ENABLE button. In the dialogue that is opened you can: 

  • Turn on and off automatic update.

  • Set the date and time for automatic update

  • Set the versions VidiNet should update the Vidispine API to (see patch versions and minor version updates below).

Setting this schedule means that VidiNet automatically updates to a new version if there is one according to the selected type of update. 

Editing or Removing an Automatic Schedule

When there is a pending maintenance set, it is possible to edit the date and time of the update. When the earlier update has been performed, pending maintenance will list "None" until the next update that matches the settings is released. 

Pending maintenance can also be removed. Removing an edited scheduled time will reveal the normal scheduled date and time. Removing the scheduled setting will remove the automatic schedule and no maintenance updates will be done. 

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