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7-3
Status Screens
7.2. File List Screen
As shown in Figure 7.3, this screen shows a breakdown of the types of
records stored in buffer memory. Records are listed according to Data Type
and Receiving Port. There are three Data Types; Standard (Non-Alarm),
Alarm Filter 1, and Alarm Filter 2. There are three Receiving Ports; PBX
Port A, PBX Port B, and the AUX Port. When Data Type and Receiving
Port are combined, this provides nine possible file types. For more
information, please refer to Section 16.1.1.
The File List includes the following information:
Port: The Input Port (A, B, AUX) that received the records.
Data Type: The type of record is listed as follows:
Standard: (Non-Alarm) Records that did not match an Alarm Clue.
Alarm Filter 1: Records that match any Clue from Alarm Filter 1.
Alarm Filter 2: Records that match any Clue from Alarm Filter 2.
Total Record Count: The total number of records of this type,
including records that may have been stored outside of the current
partition after the partition was set.
Partition Record Count: The number of records in this partition.
Partition Owner: The name of the command port (Console Port,
Modem Port, or Net Port) or FTP Function that owns the partition for
this type of record. When data is released, each command port or FTP
Function is temporarily designated as "owner" of a specific type of
record. For example, the Console port may own all records received
via PBX Port A, or the Modem Port may own all records that match a
clue for Alarm Filter 1.
PollCat NetLink-VIP Version 1.06 11/08/2005 Tue 11:31 1% Full
FILE LIST:
Port Data Type Total Record Ct Partition Record Ct Partition Owner
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PBX-A Standard 44 0 None
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Figure 7.3: File List (Sample Values Shown)
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