We are using Teamcenter 10.1.7 on Windows 2008.
We have a master fsc process in NA (not a cache server). There is a remote FSC server in Asia-Pacific. That remote fsc is setup as store and forward volume server as well.
There is almost 10GB data stored in remote store and forward volume server. But that doesn't seem to be cached. Running fscadmin shows very few files (with lot of misses). I have attached the screenshot showing output of fscadmin utility.
How do we verify if its caching the data if fscadmin is not right tool to track that?
I've modified the FMS Master:
Compare this one to yours and you should be able to see the differences. I encourage you to research the settings.
Thanks much for the updates to fmsmaster. I will research on few things you have added there. As specially FSC_DoNotCompressExtensions & exitfsc.
I really appreciate it. This will surely be a good starting point for us.
A quick one -
Is there any relation between settings on FSC_DoNotCompressExtensions/linkparameters and FCC_EnableDirectFSCRouting?
I think there isn't but validating with the experts if I HAVE to set compression & wan settings while disabling the direct routing.
So rather than chaning the fmsmaster file, I have set FCC_EnableDirectFSCRouting to false in fcc.xml on one of the Asia Client PC. This way I can validate it on client first rather than making a change on global file.
Loaded a file, imported a text file, created a new dataset with text file. None of these have had any impact on the FSCCacheLocation read/write folders/files. The date stamp on those fsc files didn't change.