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ODX reports "Corrupt Repository" if it is unable to reach the Cloud Repository

Applies To:  The specific folder paths apply to TimeXtender version 20.5.* and later.  However, the troubleshooting techniques apply to earlier versions (Discovery Hub) as well.

Symptoms

You are going though the initial setup of ODX Service and encounter the following error:

"Cloud Repository is corrupt"

The following folder is empty:

C:\Program Files\TimeXtender\ODX <version>\BACKLOG 

i.e. there is no Backlog.sqlite file created yet.

 

Potential Cause

The ODX Service running on TimeXtender machine is unable to reach the Cloud Repository.

 

Troubleshooting

Open a PowerShell window on TimeXtender machine.

Test network connection from your TimeXtender machine to the following servers:

ODX Server Repository (Database Server at port 1433):

test-netconnection  timextender-repositories.database.windows.net -port 1433

 ODX Secret Validation (HTTPS port 443):

test-netconnection  timextender-api.azurewebsites.net  -port 443

Below is an example of successful network connection.

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For additional error details, review Windows Event Viewer application log and filter it for TimeXtender ODX Service events.

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Solution

If the above connection test fails, review the networking, ports and communication on your TimeXtender machine with your IT/ network or security administrator.

References

Current list of TimeXtender servers are listed here:

List of websites and ports used for TimeXtender

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