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File Transfer Display

The PROGNOSIS File Transfer Performance Display is used to initiate file transfers and view the network performance implications of those transfers. The Display itself is designed for networks that have more than one Managing server layer. This Display is located in the following folder path of the Document Navigator:

Knowledge → Common → PROGNOSIS

Two Node Groups need to be manually populated to drive this Display, 'File Relayers' and ''File Sender'. These are only required for the Display and not for the actual file transfer procedure. See the File Transfer Setup for details.

Display Data

Sender Transfer Processes CPU Busy %

CPU busy percentage for file transfer process on the Sender server.

Sender NetRouter Transfer Rate

Number of KBs being sent or routed per second on the Sender server.

Sender Transfer Processes Memory Usage

Memory utilization for the file transfer and Net Router processes on the Sender server.

Sender Network Traffic Busy %

Percentage of network card capacity that is being used on the Sender server.

The following graphs will only be populated if intermediate Relayer servers have been defined in the NODEGROUP Configuration.

Relayer Transfer Processes CPU Busy %

CPU busy percentage for file transfer process on the Relayer server.

Relayer NetRouter Transfer Rate

Number of KBs being sent or routed per second on the Relayer server.

Relayer Transfer Processes Memory Usage

Memory utilization for the file transfer and Net Router processes on the Relayer server.

Relayer Network Traffic Busy %

Percentage of network card capacity that is being used on the Relayer server.

Deploy Patch

Click this link in order to rollout a patch to non HPE Nonstop servers on the network. This link will open the Deploy Patch Function.

Deploy NonStop Patch

Click this link in order to rollout a patch to HPE Nonstop servers on the network. This link will open the Deploy HPE NonStop Patch Function.

Transfer & Execute File

Click this link to transfer a file, such as a script, to the network and then execute it. This link will open the Transfer and Execute Function.

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