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DCS Advisor v6.0
Release Notes
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DCS Advisor v6.0 Release Notes
Table of Contents
Preface ...............................................................................................................5
Revision Information.........................................................................................5
Related Documents..........................................................................................5
Schneider Electric Products Mentioned in this Manual.........................................5
Global Customer Support .................................................................................6
We Welcome Your Comments...........................................................................6
Chapter 1: Overview ........................................................................................7
Chapter 2: Enhancements ..............................................................................8
Simplified DAS Install .......................................................................................8
Chapter 3: Operational Recommendations ..................................................9
50 Series DCS Advisor Data Acquisition Software (DAS) ....................................9
70 Series DCS Advisor DAS for I/A Series v7.0 through v8.4.4 ............................9
RW_WinExec_Service................................................................................9
distribute_mbxCfg.vbs File Not Found Error .................................................9
Operating System Resource Usage Data .....................................................9
70 Series DCS Advisor DAS for I/A Series v8.5 through Control Core
Services v9.x ...................................................................................................9
Station Access Manager .................................................................................10
Foxboro File Services.....................................................................................10
LocalWatch....................................................................................................10
NextNine Virtual Service Engineer...................................................................10
Adding Devices (I/A Series or Foxboro DCS Workstations) .......................... 11
Chapter 4: Installation Notes ........................................................................14
50 Series DCS Advisor Data Acquisition Software (DAS) ..................................14
70 Series DCS Advisor DAS for I/A Series v7.0 through v8.4 .............................14
Setting the Default Scripting Interface to CScript .........................................14
Uninstalling 70 Series DCS Advisor DAS v3.0/v3.1 for I/A Series v7.0
through v8.4.............................................................................................15
70 Series DCS Advisor DAS for I/A Series v8.5 through Control Core
Services v9.x .................................................................................................17
Foxboro File Services Software .......................................................................17
LocalWatch....................................................................................................17
Station Access Manager .................................................................................17
NetSight Server/Console Application ...............................................................17
Prerequisites............................................................................................18
Appendix A: Issues Resolved .......................................................................20
Appendix B: Determining DCS Advisor Server Model Code....................21
Identifying Model Code C20, Rev. B.................................................................21
Identifying Model Code C21 ............................................................................21
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Preface
DCS Advisor v6.0 Release Notes
Preface
This document provides the release notes for the EcoStruxure™ DCS Advisor v6.0
software used to collect data from EcoStruxure™ Foxboro™ DCS or I/A Series®
systems.
Revision Information
For this revision of the document, the following changes were made:
Throughout
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Rebranded to EcoStruxure Foxboro DCS
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Incorporated DCS Advisor v6.0 information
Preface
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Reformatted for consistency
Chapter 2
•
Updated Enhancements
Chapter 3
•
Added Notes describing the location of 50 Series and 70 Series
install information
Appendix A
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Formerly Chapter 5
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Updated Issues Resolved
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Formerly Appendix A
Appendix B
Related Documents
In addition to the information presented herein, you should be familiar with the
following Foxboro DCS and I/A Series documents:
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DCS Advisor v6.0 LocalWatch User's Guide (B0860BS)
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DCS Advisor v6.0 LocalWatch Release Notes (B0860RV)
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DCS Advisor v6.0 Data Acquisition System (DAS) Installation Guide (B0860BT)
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DCS Advisor v6.0 Upgrade Guide (B0860BR)
•
DCS Advisor v6.0 User’s Guide (B0860CR)
•
DCS Advisor v6.0 Station Access Manager v5.3 User’s Guide (B0860BG)
Find the latest version of these documents on the Global Customer Support (GCS)
website.
Schneider Electric Products Mentioned in this Manual
EcoStruxure™ DCS Advisor
EcoStruxure™ DCS Advisor Data Acquisition System
EcoStruxure™ DCS Advisor LocalWatch
EcoStruxure™ DCS Advisor Server
EcoStruxure™ Foxboro™ DCS
EcoStruxure™ Foxboro™ DCS Control Core Services
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Preface
Global Customer Support
For support, contact https://pasupport.schneider-electric.com.
We Welcome Your Comments
We want to know about any corrections, clarifications, or further information you would
find useful. Send us an email at systemtechpubs@se.com.
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DCS Advisor v6.0 Release Notes
Chapter 1: Overview
The DCS Advisor application supports and is qualified for the Windows Server 2016
Operating System on C20-B and C22 platforms.
DCS Advisor v6.0
Applications
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LocalWatch Server and Client applications
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File Services
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FERRETLite
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Station Access Manager
Enhancements
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The version of NextNine software has been upgraded to
v4.9
Media
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v6.0 Server Applications (CG500GE, Rev E)
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v6.0 Data Acquisition Software (CG500GF, Rev F)
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Chapter 2: Enhancements
Chapter 2: Enhancements
Simplified DAS Install
The DAS software now contains a new Station Manager interface that greatly
simplifies the DAS installation process. This display can scan the entire customer site
and report back which stations have DAS installed and which version of DAS is
running. You can then install the newest version of DAS remotely and make all
configuration settings like Site Prefix, DCS Advisor server IP address, and Mailbox.
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Chapter 3: Operational Recommendations
50 Series DCS Advisor Data Acquisition Software (DAS)
Currently there are no 50 Series DCS Advisor DAS operational recommendations.
70 Series DCS Advisor DAS for I/A Series v7.0 through v8.4.4
RW_WinExec_Service
The _WinExec_Service logs events to a flat text log file located in the d:\opt\fox\bin
\remote\tools\DAS\Logs directory and to the Windows® Event Log under the
Application section.
_WinExec_Service operational parameters such as its periodic execution rate for the
probe scripts, logging enable/disable, start delay can be adjusted via a flat text INI file
that is located in the d:\opt\fox\bin\remote\tools\DAS\cfg directory. It is strongly
recommended that the Execution_Interval be NO LESS than 60 minutes and the
default Run_Interval be NO LESS than 5 seconds.
_WinExec_Service executes probe scripts based on entries in the tasklist.csv file. The
tasklist.csv file is updated to contain an extra field for a time-out value. This time-out
value is used as a watchdog timer such that if the script takes too long (hangs for
some reason), it can be terminated automatically by the service instead of hanging the
whole DAS application. If a certain probe script is constantly timing out, the timer
value can be lengthened up to a maximum of 15 minutes.
distribute_mbxCfg.vbs File Not Found Error
The distribute_mbxCfg.vbs program stops with a File Not Found Error message.
This occurs when the FistHost.txt file cannot be found in the d:\opt\fox\bin\remote
\tools\DAS\install\mbxCfg folder. If this occurs, copy the FistHost.txt file from the d:
\opt\fox\bin\remote\tools\DAS\cfg folder to the d:\opt\fox\bin\remote\tools\DAS
\install\mbxCfg folder. This does not occur on the station used to install the 70 Series
DCS Advisor DAS software.
Operating System Resource Usage Data
On I/A Series v7.x, v8.0.B, v8.1 and v8.1.1, the operating system performance
parameters captured in the opsys.LETTERBUG.xml (where LETTERBUG is replaced
with 70 Series station letterbug) may not be accurate. This is caused by the MS WMI
interface and in most cases is solved by installing all the MS Patches specified at
https://support.ips.invensys.com/content/Security/mspatch/XP.ASP are installed.
Even with the patches installed the free physical memory value is not correct.
70 Series DCS Advisor DAS for I/A Series v8.5 through Control Core
Services v9.x
Currently there are no operational recommendations for 70 Series DAS for I/A Series
v8.5 through Foxboro DCS Control Core Services v9.x.
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Station Access Manager
Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 10 stations only allow one user to be logged
in at a time. When connecting using Remote Desktop to a Windows XP, Windows 7, or
Windows 10 station, if another user is currently logged in then they will be logged off
and you will resume their session. If this functionality is not desired, you can disable
Remote Desktop for the stations in the Configuration Tool found in the Start menu.
When connecting to a Windows XP, Windows 7, or Windows 10 station with Remote
Desktop, the NetOp host application stops functioning properly. Any subsequent
attempts to connect with NetOp will be unsuccessful until the NetOp Host software is
restarted on the station. This applies to NetOp v9.0 and earlier.
Foxboro File Services
If a DCS Advisor Server is hosting two or more Foxboro DCS or I/A Series systems
and the site prefixes containing a hyphen (-), FERRET data files will not be processed
unless the following changes are made to the d:\resource_das\bin\isconfig.xml file.
These lines need to be changed (all the lines are contained in the ISDBService
section of the file):
Was:
Change to:
<filepattern>.*\\ferret_out\\[A-Z,a-z,0-9,-,_]
*_station\.fer$</filepattern>
<filepattern>.*\\ferret_out\\[A-Z,a-z,0-9,\-,_]*_station
\.fer$</filepattern>
<filepattern>.*\\ferret_out\\[A-Z,a-z,0-9,-,_]
*_system\.fer$</filepattern>
<filepattern>.*\\ferret_out\\[A-Z,a-z,0-9,\-,_]*_system
\.fer$</filepattern>
<filepattern>.*\\ferret_out\\[A-Z,a-z,0-9,-,_]
*_som\.fer$</filepattern>
<filepattern>.*\\ferret_out\\[A-Z,a-z,0-9,\-,_]*_som\.
fer$</filepattern>
<filepattern>.*\\ferret_out\\[A-Z,a-z,0-9,-,_]
*_rsom\.fer$</filepattern>
<filepattern>.*\\ferret_out\\[A-Z,a-z,0-9,\-,_]*_rsom\.
fer$</filepattern>
Each change escapes the hyphen by adding a \ before the hyphen, otherwise the
hyphen is processed as a regular expression command and not as a character to
match.
LocalWatch
See DCS Advisor v6.0 LocalWatch Release Notes (B0860RV) for LocalWatch
operational recommendations.
NextNine Virtual Service Engineer
This upgrade requires no NextNine VSE changes.
NOTE: NextNine Virtual Service Engineer has not been qualified for this release
of the DCS Advisor Server Day0 image (C22).
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Adding Devices (I/A Series or Foxboro DCS Workstations)
Stations are added to the NextNine installation by creating a comma-delimited (csv)
data file and running a script or manually adding one-at-a-time through the NextNine
application. This section explains how to add all stations using the provided software.
NOTE: Before device objects may be added, Global Customer Support must have
downloaded the latest rule base (product line distribution). Contact the Global
Customer Support DCS Advisor Administrator to help ensure that the latest
version has been downloaded to the server.
Creating the Device List
Before running the Add_Device application, verify that an entry exists in LocalWatch
for each station that you want to add to NextNine.
1. If not logged in as sGcsAdmin (or administrator for DCS Advisor Server model
codes C12, C15 through C21), login as sGcsAdmin (or administrator for DCS
Advisor Server model codes C12, C15 through C20, C21 and C20 Style B).
2. Open My Computer or Microsoft Internet Explorer® and navigate to:
D:\Program Files\NextNine\SiteServer\Add Device
3. Right-click Add_Device.exe and select Run as Administrator (for S Models
C15 through C20, C21, and C20 Style B, double-click Add_Device.exe). The
Device Configuration window appears.
Figure 1 - NextNine I/A Device Configuration Window
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4. On the Device Configuration window:
a. On C22 server, for the NextNine version, select 4.9. For all other DCS
Advisor servers select 4.6.
b. For NextNine product line, select Sentinel Manager Dynamic Thresholds
(unless notified by the Global Customer Support Center DCS Advisor
Administrator to do otherwise).
c. Enter the username and password for NextNine. Contact Global Customer
Support for the information.
d. Click Create to output the data file. The file is automatically saved as:
D:\Program Files\NextNine\SiteServer\device_list.csv
5. Click Exit to close the Device Configuration window.
Configuring Devices
The device_list.csv file was created in the previous section. Now, a batch file uses it to
configure the devices for NextNine support.
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add_devices_46.bat - used for VSE 4.6
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add_devices_49.bat - used for VSE 4.9
The procedure for executing either script is the same.
1. In a command window started with the Run as Administrator option, navigate to:
D:\Program Files\NextNine\SiteServer
Run the bat file for VSE add_devices_46.bat or add_devices_49.bat depending
on the server you have.
NOTE: Ignore any messages regarding the self-support or self-monitor
stations.
2. From the desktop, double-click the Login icon and enter the username and
password supplied by Global Customer Support.
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3. When the Site Server Device List appears, click Operation/Devices and verify
that the devices have been added.
Figure 2 - VSE - Device List
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Chapter 4: Installation Notes
50 Series DCS Advisor Data Acquisition Software (DAS)
The 50 Series DAS version software is installed without having to uninstall the
previous version.
NOTE: The 50 Series DAS for Solaris stations was frozen at v4.0. If version.txt
reads v4.0, the newer version of DCS Advisor DAS software will not update the
DCS Advisor DAS v4.0 software to the newer version.
NOTE: The 50 Series installation had been moved to the Legacy folder on the
install media.
70 Series DCS Advisor DAS for I/A Series v7.0 through v8.4
NOTE: It is important that you know the 70_Series_DAS package has been frozen
at DAS v5.1.1 and will not be released with future versions of DAS. If v5.1.1 is
already installed on the station no action needs to be taken. If v5.1.1 is not
installed then you must contact your GCS representative if you need to obtain a
copy of DAS v5.1.1.
NOTE: DAS v5.1.1 will display as v5.1 in Control Panel and the version.txt file.
NOTE: The 70 Series installation for I/A Series v7.0 through v8.4 has been moved
to the Legacy folder on the install media.
Refer to the installation prerequisites in Chapter 2 of DCS Advisor v6.0 Data
Acquisition System (DAS) Installation Guide (B0860BT).
If the DAS is already installed on the I/A Series AW70, WSTA70, or WSVR70
workstations, it must be uninstalled prior to installing DAS v5.3. Refer to DCS Advisor
v6.0 Data Acquisition System (DAS) Installation Guide (B0860BT).
DAS v5.1.1 should be installed from a command window with the screen buffer
properties set for 200 characters across and at least 300 lines down. You can follow
the progress of the installation process on the command window. Refer to Chapter 2
of B0860BT. The installation process details the instructions for setting the screen
buffer properties.
It is vital that the Windows Simple File Sharing property be disabled on each 70 Series
workstation that is to have DAS installed. See document B0860BT. If Simple File
Sharing is enabled, the installation process cannot remotely install DAS to other
workstations on the network. The installation script may terminate with a Permission
Denied or Access Denied message.
Setting the Default Scripting Interface to CScript
The default scripting engine for the Windows® Operating System is WScript. This
must be changed to CScript for proper scripting operation. For the purposes of the
_DAS installation, this procedure only needs to be performed on the workstation
where the installation will be initiated.
1. In a command window (Start > Run cmd) enter wscript//H:cscript and press
<Enter>.
2. A dialog box specifying CScript will be displayed.
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Figure 3 - CScript Confirmation
3. Click OK.
Uninstalling 70 Series DCS Advisor DAS v3.0/v3.1 for I/A Series v7.0 through v8.4
1. Insert the CD (part number CG500GF) into the CD drive.
2. Open a command window to E:\70_Series_DAS.
3. Execute the script SetScriptMode.vbs.
4. Execute the script 70__Uninstall.vbs. This script may take some time to execute
especially if the _Winexec_Service is pending on completion of a data acquisition
task before it can be stopped and removed.
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5. On some 70 Series stations, after the password is entered two additional dialog
boxes are displayed.
Figure 4 - After Installation Dialog Box
If this dialog box is displayed, wait 30 seconds and click Next. When a dialog box
appears indicating that the installation has ended, click Finish, ignoring the text
contained in the dialog box.
Figure 5 - Finish Admin Install Dialog Box
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6. To verify that the un-install operation executed properly, check the Add/Remove
Software applet on the workstations and verify the package 70_Series__DAS_x.
x is not present
This completes the removal of the 70 Series DAS software (v3.0/v3.1) on 70
Series workstations with I/A Series software v7.x and v8.0 through v8.4.
70 Series DCS Advisor DAS for I/A Series v8.5 through Control Core
Services v9.x
The 70 Series DAS is installed using the DCS Advisor v6.0 Data Acquisition System
(DAS) Installation Guide (B0860BT).
If the DAS is already installed on the I/A Series AW70, WSTA70, or WSVR70
workstations, the DAS must be uninstalled prior to installing DAS v6.0. Refer to DCS
Advisor v6.0 Data Acquisition System (DAS) Installation Guide (B0860BT).
Foxboro File Services Software
The Foxboro File Services software is installed per DCS Advisor v6.0 Upgrade Guide
(B0860BR).
LocalWatch
LocalWatch is installed using DCS Advisor v6.0 Upgrade Guide (B0860BR). See DCS
Advisor v6.0 LocalWatch Release Notes (B0860RV) for any special installation
instructions.
Station Access Manager
The Station Access Manager (SAM) application utilizes several third-party
applications to initiate remote sessions to other stations. These applications include
NetOp Remote Control Guest, FileZilla™ FTP Client, and Hummingbird Exceed. It is
recommended that these applications are installed prior to installing the SAM
application, although this is not necessary. If any of these applications are not
installed, that functionality will not work in SAM application. They can be installed at a
later time and configured using the Configuration Tool.
NetOp and Exceed require valid licenses to run properly. FileZilla is open software
and an installation package can be found on the SAM installation CD.
NetSight Server/Console Application
You can install the NetSight Server/Console application, contained on the NetSight
Console CD (K0174HZ), on the DCS Advisor Server model codes C15, C16, C17,
C18, C20, C20B, and C21. NetSight is not supported on DCS Advisor Server models
prior to C15. This is an optional feature that has an additional charge.
NOTE: NetSight console has not been qualified to run on Windows Server 2016.
Because of this, it is not recommended to install NetSight console on the C22
server running Windows Server 2016.
You can install the NetSight Console application on a DCS Advisor Server as
described in B0700EJ using the steps for installation on a I/A Series/FCS
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Workstations (standard edition), with this exception: the Turning Off/Disabling and the
Turning On/Enabling Virus Scan steps are skipped.
The NetSight Console application uses a second network (a network other than the
Foxboro DCS Control Network) to communicate with the NetSight sever located on an
I/A Series or Foxboro DCS workstation
The NetSight Server application requires the DCS Advisor Server to be directly
connected to the control network for the purpose of communicating with switches on
the control network. This connection is only to be used to communicate with the
switches in the control network and is NOT to be used for communication between the
DCS Advisor Server and I/A Series or Foxboro stations. This solution is only
applicable at customer sites that will allow the connection between the DCS Advisor
Server and the control network, some sites may not allow this connection. You can
install a firewall (or similar security device) that only allows com- munications between
the DCS Advisor Server and the IP address associated with switches on the control
network. The IP address range of switches on the control network is 151.128.81.1
to 152.128.81.254.
Prerequisites
1. Determine the Ethernet media type between the DCS Advisor Server and the
control network, that is, copper or fiber:
•
If the media type is fiber, then a fiber network adapter and a fiber cable need
to be ordered and installed in the server. The fiber network adapter part
number is P0923LU.
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If the media type is copper and the server has an available (unused) Ethernet
adapter port then only the interconnect cable is required.
•
If the media type is copper and the server does not have an available
(unused) ethernet adapter, then a P0924FD, copper network adapter, must
be installed in the server and an interconnect cable is required.
2. Determine if the 151.128.191.254 IP address is in conflict with an IP address
used by an I/A station. The last two octets for I/A Series or Foxboro stations are
contained in the d:\usr\fox\sp\IIF.prm file and are specified in the ADRIP1
parameter for each station (without the "." between the octets and leading 0s
added). The simplest method to check for an IP address conflict is to use grep as
follows:
a. Open a cmd window on any of the I/A Series System AWs, WSTA70s, or
WSVR70s.
b. Select the d: drive.
c. Change directory to d:\usr\fox\sp
d. Enter this grep command: grep 191254 IIF.prm”
If the grep command results in output, then the IP address is in use by I/A Series
software, contact Global Customer Support Center at https://pasupport.
schneider-electric.com to determine what IP address to use for the server.
If the grep command results in no output, then there is no IP address conflict and
the 151.128.191.254 address can be used for the server. Continue with the
configuration of the network adapter.
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3. Next, configure the network adapter on the DCS Advisor Server that is being
used for connection to the control network as follows:
a. Open the properties for the network adapter.
b. Clear all protocols except for Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
NOTE: Some protocols like Broadcom Advanced Server Program Drive,
and so forth, cannot be cleared, this is normal and the configuration can
continue.
c. Click the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and then click Properties.
d. On the General tab, select Use the following IP address.
e. Enter 151.128.191.254 as the IP address.
f. Enter 255.255.0.0 as the Subnet mask.
g. Leave the Default gateway blank.
h. Then, click the Advanced… button.
i. Select the WINS tab.
j. On the WINS tab:
•
Clear Enable LMHOSTS lookup
•
Select Disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP
•
Next, click OK
k. On the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box, click OK.
l. Click the Configure button
m. Select the Advanced Tab.
n. Select Speed & Duplex and set to 100Mb Full.
o. Select Flow Control and set to Disabled.
p. Click the OK button.
Once these three prerequisites are completed, you can install the NetSight
Server application as described in NetSight Console for the Foxboro DCS Control
Network User’s Guide (B0700EJ) using the steps for installation on an I/A Series/
FCS Workstations (standard edition), with this exception: the Turning Off/
Disabling and the Turning On/Enabling Virus Scan steps are skipped.
The connection between the DCS Advisor Server and the control network is
ONLY to be used for NetSight communication with the control network switches.
This link MUST NOT BE used for communications between the server and I/A
Series stations connected to the control network
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Appendix A: Issues Resolved
Appendix A: Issues Resolved
Case: 56539336
Issue on collecting Station/resource Trends on 8R2 and 8R3 RW server
Case: 37712947
[Migrated 1316384] I noticed that not all alarms are forwarded to the GCS website (Disk, Frames transmitted)
Case: 55219831
Performance Counters not collecting FDC headers correctly.
See next table for new counters for equipment.
Device
New Counter
Description
Sublayer
Old Counter
FDC280
OM UPD MISS DUE/LACK
RES
This counter represents a
problem on the sending side
due to a lack of COMEX
resources
APPL
RETRANS_CL-ACK_ON_
B
RETRANS CL-ACK
Retransmitted,
connectionless, ack'd
packets
APPL
RETRANS CL-ACK ON A
IPC BUFFERS NOT AVAIL
Detected receive side
problem, i.e. application not
getting the IPC resources to
perform an operation
APPL
LLC FRAMES
DISCARDED
MAX OM UPD MESS/OM
SCAN
Largest number of OM
messages attempted to be
sent in a single pass of the
OM scanner in the FDC280
TRAN
RETRANS DATA TPDUS
ON A
RETRANS DATA TPDUS
Retransmitted Transport
Protocol Data Units (TPDUs)
TRAN
RETRANS DATA TPDUS
ON B
ZCP270
PRIMARY PROBE FAIL
Number of times the station
has changed its primary
cable for control network
communications due to an
unsuccessful probe test.
MAC
EXCESS COLLISIONS
CNI
RETRANS DATA TPDUS
Retransmitted Transport
Protocol Data Units (TPDUs)
TRAN
RETRANS DATA TPDUS
ON A
MAX OM UPD MESS/OM
SCAN
Largest number of OM
messages attempted to be
sent in a single pass of the
OM scanner in the FDC280
TRAN
RETRANS DATA TPDUS
ON B
IPC BUFFERS NOT
AVAILABLE
Detected receive side
problem, i.e. application not
getting the IPC resources to
perform an operation
APPL
LLC FRAMES
DISCARDED
OM UPD MISS DUE/LACK
RES
This counter represents a
problem on the sending side
due to a lack of COMEX
resources
APPL
RETRANS_CL-ACK_ON_
B
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Appendix B: Determining DCS Advisor Server Model Code
DCS Advisor v6.0 Release Notes
Appendix B: Determining DCS Advisor Server Model
Code
DCS Advisor Servers are available in a variety of model codes, such as C20 Rev. B,
and C21.
If you have physical access to the server, you can identify its type from the DCS
Advisor label affixed to the side of the server, which will show "I/A Series" at its top,
adjacent to the model code.
If you can only access the server remotely, open a Command Prompt, type
systeminfo, and press <Enter>. The Command Prompt returns the server
manufacturer and type, from which you can determine the model code, as described
in these subsections.
Identifying Model Code C20, Rev. B
C20, Rev. B is a HP ProLiant DL380 G9, identified by this screen:
Figure 6 - Model Code C20, Rev. B Identifier - Command Prompt
Identifying Model Code C21
C21 is a HP ProLiant ML350 G6, identified by this screen:
Figure 7 - Model Code C21 Identifier - Command Prompt
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