FSC_INMHPUN_PLM01_svc_PLMAdmin is FSC ID for Asia cache server. Its in India. The client IP is 10.72.nn.nn which is in client map for India Cache server.
Yes, I see the file uploaded to local volume.
The fmsmaster is not updated yet, its added in fcc.xml for now. I haven't run the move_volume_file utility.
Ohh Ok so if that is how it works then I think I will have to add this fcc direct routing setting in fmsmaster and then run move_volume_file volume utility to get the files cached. I was in the impression that any file uploaded/saved/loaded in Teamcenter always gets cached.
Ohh then I will have to add to fmsmaster (exitfsc & linkparameters) in prod after getting through some internal approvals.
Yes, its store-and-forward has been moved to dispatcher. However, move_volume_files is being used instead of dispatcher.
And Yes - batch_saf had been ran once at that time.
Not sure if I open a new thread or use this one.
So, I have implemented the configuration changes for exitfsc and linkparameters tags. Pretty much all the changes you suggested.
However, before implementation of these last updates and after the implementation, the last update date on fms.hsh, .mf & fms.seg files are not being updated in the read folder of FSCCache folder despite of client from that clientmap loads/reads/download the file. It seems like the read cache isn't working.
I can run move_volume utility to see if the new file uploaded/write cache works but can wanted to run this read cache behavior with you if it needs further tweaking.
Just thought I'd add the tidbit that the date/time stamp on those files do not change. They remain the same as wehn they were orginally created. That doesn't mean that they're not working. To know that, you need to use the fscadmin command to query the FSC cache.
Here is the one.
As per Larry;s post, if it doesn't update the time stamp on these files after read/write operations then I will run another use case properly tomorrow with EU Client since the fscadmin is 0 for pretty much everything for that region.
However, on India cache server - I do see some activities.. however number of files doesn't make sense - there were many files loaded during the day not only 3! And there are many misses...
Cache summary: FSC_INMHPUN_PLM01_svc_PLMAdmin-FSCReadMap
Files: 3, Bytes: 9879552, Hits: 0, Misses: 358