RG 8700 trace files are processed with a lower priority in TM; collected RG8700 traced information is displayed in FADE approximately every 60 minutes, or as soon as the RG8700 trace file size reaches 10 MB. This is the default RTT RG 8700 tracing configuration. If there is a need to accelerate the processing of RG8700 traced information so it appears more frequently in FADE, you will need to run the “Real Time Tracer for 8700” tool manually in the foreground and reduce its time parameter in the Options menu to the preferred time period.
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The RTT RG 8700 tool must remain running in the foreground during the period that you want to accelerate the processing of RG traces in TM.
Any manual configuration changes done to the tool are not permanently saved in the TM configuration.
Parent topic: Setting up Tracing for RG8700
- Login to the TM server.
- Double-click icon startRG to start the Real Time Tracer for 8700 tool.
- The Start Configured RG8700 Listener GUI shell oopens.
The active systems on the server are listed.
- Enter the name of the system that you want to start tracing manually for.
If an RTT8700 service is already running for this system, it needs to be stopped.
- Type Y at the “Stop that process and start a new one? [y/n]” prompt.
The “Real Time Tracer for 8700” tool is launched and the RGs are listed.
- Navigate to Edit -> Options in the top menu.
- Set the field Next File every _ Minutes to 5 minutes.
- Click OK.
Do NOT close the Real Time Tracer for 8700 tool.
To return to the default RG tracing configuration in TM:
Close the Real Time Tracer for 8700 tool. The DIPAZ Monitor will automatically restart the RG listener with the tracing parameters configured in FADE.