OOMA User Guide

The tapebackup window the transferred items now appear

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Unformatted text preview: item(s) now appears on the Incoming Inventory tab. ! Select the item(s) and drag to the Primary. By CD or e-mail: ! Open the e-mail and copy the files to the J: h\omasrv\data\transfer\tapebackup directory on the receiving NALCOMIS server, or copy files from the CD-RW to the same directory. Remember files copied include the item(s) zip file, the dbid.fle file, and the detachment.log file. ! Open a DOS window on the receiving NALCOMIS server. ! Change the drive to J: ! Change the directory to: h\omasrv\bin ! Once in the bin directory type: det_tape_restore "email" ! The transferred item file(s) appear in the DOS window. Message states number of file(s) moved and returns to the command prompt. ! Close the window. ! Move to a workstation, go to the Group Explorer> Incoming Inventory in the NALCOMIS application. Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem ! The previously described item(s) now appears on the Incoming Inventory tab. ! 189 Select the item(s) and drag to the Primary. Note: Manual Item Transfer from a DISCONNECTED detachment to another activity (not the home guard) is not recommended. Because the disconnected detachment may have gone some period of time without baseline updates, transfer of complex items (like an engine) from the detachment to another activity may fail because of changes that occurred to the baseline. If you want to transfer an asset to another activity from a disconnected detachment, it is strongly recommended that it should be returned to the home guard, then transferred from the home guard to the second activity. With today's e-mail capabilities, it may actually be faster to transfer this way rather then send a tape with the item that you want to transfer. Item Transfer Monitor The Item Transfer Monitor is an application that allows users to monitor the transfer process between servers. This enables you to actually see file transfer of large items (such as aircraft) as it occurs vice waiting a substantial period of time with no indication that the process is actually working. You can utilize the Item Transfer Monitor during transfer and detachment processing. # To monitor the transfer process between servers: 1 Right-click Start. 2 Select Explore from the menu. 3 Go to the C:h\Oma\bin directory. 4 In the bin directory, locate the transfer_monitor.exe file and copy it to the desktop. 5 Once on the desktop, double-click transfer_monitor.exe to bring the file up. 6 Once the Item Transfer Monitor is on the desktop, to view the transfer files, minimize the application screen to access Item Transfer Monitor. 7 Double-click Item Transfer Monitor and the Item Transfer Monitor dialog box appears with the following buttons (from left to right): Button Description Transfer Status Log Causes the transfer monitor to read the ItemTransferStatus.txt file located on the server selected in the server window in the J: h\omasrv\bin directory. Transfer Error Log Causes the transfer monitor to read the...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.

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