DX NetOps Mediation Manager

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Default Ports
What are the default ports used by the
DX NetOps
components?
The default ports that are used by the components are as follows:
Component
Port
Type
MultiController
29599
TCP
LocalController
29598
TCP
Generic Executor
29560
TCP
Web Manager
8880
HTTP
Scripts to start, stop, and check the status of the components
How do I stop or start the services of all the components of
DX NetOps
?
Execute the following command to start the services of all components:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/startall
Execute the following command to stop the services of all components:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/stopall
Where $CAMM_HOME is the installation directory.
How do I stop or start the services of the individual components of
DX NetOps
?
Execute the following command to start the services of a component:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/startall -c <component>
Execute the following command to stop the services of a component:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/stopall -c <component>
Where $CAMM_HOME is the installation directory and <component> is GE, MC, LC, or WEB.
Example:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/stopall -c MC
How can I manage a subcomponent of
DX NetOps
(for example, start, stop, restart, add, delete, or update a subcomponent)?
The functions and the corresponding commands for the subcomponent are as follows:
Execute the following command to start a subcomponent:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/cammSubCtrl -ma <MCaddress> -id <subcomponent_id>_CAMM
Execute the following command to stop a subcomponent:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/cammSubCtrl -ma <MCaddress> -id <subcomponent_id> -s
Example:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/cammSubCtrl - ma 10.134.116.183 - id ENGINE_CAMM - s
Execute the following command to restart a subcomponent:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/cammSubCtrl -ma <MCaddress> -id <subcomponent_id> -r
Execute the following command to add a subcomponent:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/cammSubCtrl -ma <MCaddress> -la <LCaddress> --add -f <dpack file>
Execute the following command to delete a subcomponent:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/cammSubCtrl -ma <MCaddress> -la <LCaddress> --delete -id <subcomponent_id>
Execute the following command to update a subcomponent:
$CAMM_HOME/tools/cammSubCtrl -ma <MCaddress> -la <LCaddress> --update -f <dpack file>
Where $CAMM_HOME is the installation directory.
<subcomponent> is ENGINE or PRESENTER.
mcaddress is the MultiController IP address (
Default:
Localhost).
lcaddress is the LocalController IP address (
Default:
Localhost).
subcomponent_id is the identifier of the subcomponent.
Manage Logs
Where are the log files of the
DX NetOps
components located?
The locations of the log files are as follows:
  • MultiController:
    $CAMM_HOME/MC/logs/CAMM-Multi-Controller-<timestamp>.log
  • LocalController:
    $CAMM_HOME/LC/logs/CAMM-Local-Controller-<timestamp>.log
  • Generic Controller:
    $CAMM_HOME/GE_<username>/logs/*.log
  • Web:
    $CAMM_HOME/WEBCAMM/logs/*.log
  • Engine:
    $CAMM_HOME/COMPONENTS/ENGINE_<DEVICE_PACK>/logs directory
  • Presenter:
    $CAMM_HOME/COMPONENTS/PRESENTER_<DEVICE_PACK>/logs directory
How do I increase the log level of a subcomponent?
Select a subcomponent in the web interface and change the Log Level option for the subcomponent from INFO to FINEST.
Increasing the log level significantly increases the details being logged. As a result, more disk space is used. Monitor the disk space and revert to default settings when the problem is resolved.
Reports
What should I do if there are frequent gaps in reports though data is generated during the specified time?
This problem occurs if there is an offset in time between the system from which the input files are obtained and the system in which the Engine processes the input files. To avoid this problem, ensure that the time zone and time, accuracy up to seconds, are synchronized between the two systems.