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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Synchronizing devices and ADOMs

If this is the first time the fetching client is fetching logs from the device, or if any changes have been made the devices or ADOMs since the last fetch, then the devices and ADOMs must be synchronized with the server.

To synchronize devices and ADOMs:
  1. On the client, go to System Settings > Fetcher Management and select the Profiles tab
  2. Select the profile then click Sync Devices in the toolbar, or right-click and select Sync Devices from the menu. The Sync Server ADOM(s) & Device(s) dialog box opens and shows the progress of the process.

    Once the synchronization is complete, you can verify the changes on the client. For example, newly added devices in the ADOM specified by the profile.

If a new ADOM is created, the new ADOM will mirror the disk space and data policy of the corresponding server ADOM. If there is not enough space on the client, the client will create an ADOM with the maximum allowed disk space and give a warning message. You can then adjust disk space allocation as required.

Synchronizing devices and ADOMs

If this is the first time the fetching client is fetching logs from the device, or if any changes have been made the devices or ADOMs since the last fetch, then the devices and ADOMs must be synchronized with the server.

To synchronize devices and ADOMs:
  1. On the client, go to System Settings > Fetcher Management and select the Profiles tab
  2. Select the profile then click Sync Devices in the toolbar, or right-click and select Sync Devices from the menu. The Sync Server ADOM(s) & Device(s) dialog box opens and shows the progress of the process.

    Once the synchronization is complete, you can verify the changes on the client. For example, newly added devices in the ADOM specified by the profile.

If a new ADOM is created, the new ADOM will mirror the disk space and data policy of the corresponding server ADOM. If there is not enough space on the client, the client will create an ADOM with the maximum allowed disk space and give a warning message. You can then adjust disk space allocation as required.