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  1. The maintenance process does have locking in place, to ensure that only once instance is triggered at a time, but personally, whenever I was managing a setup like that, I would put the Revive Adserver code on the central DB server too (even though it would not serve ads from there), and then run maintenance on that machine, so that there's no need for network traffic off-server to run maintenance. Every millisecond counts, right? 🙂
  2. Hi @AngryWarrior, Instructions for manually upgrading your plugins, if they didn't get upgraded automatically, are here: https://documentation.revive-adserver.com/display/DOCS/Plugins+Incorrectly+Upgraded
  3. Nope, I still don't have any means of reproducing this, unfortunately.
  4. Ah, okay. Strange. What version of Revive Adserver please?
  5. In the configuration file of your Revive Adserver installation.
  6. I guess that will depend on how your web server is configured re: how .htaccess files are detected and processed!
  7. Hi @Zak, In short, Hosted Edition only supports what the download edition supports - so I think the answer is "no" to all of your questions. https://www.revive-adserver.net/faq/
  8. https://documentation.revive-adserver.com/display/DOCS/Unable+to+Link+Banner+and+Zone
  9. Hi @scott001, Okay, thanks - have you enabled debug logging in Apache and traced the logs to confirm that the rules you are putting in are being triggered, and why they are not working as expected?
  10. Hi @proa, You mentioned "aqua ad server". Do you mean https://www.aquaplatform.com/ ?
  11. The only mention I can find of SVG files in HTML5 banners is https://github.com/revive-adserver/revive-adserver/issues/924 which was an issue fixed in 4.1.2, so this should work in 4.1.4 (although I would still strongly recommend upgrading, as there have been security issues fixed since 4.1.4). Do you have more details on what's happening or how to replicate?
  12. If you are changing the path, you'll also need to change the "[webpath] admin" value in the configuration file. Alternatively, rather than making changes to the code, you could address this by using rewrite rules as appropriate in your web server.
  13. 1. Yes. It's definitely possible to have multiple servers with the same Revive Adserver code on them, all using a central DB. 2. It's simply a case of backing up the installed code, and the database.
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