With the Re-process all-procedure all trace data files are re-processed. It takes a longer upgrade processing time.
Re-process All Traced Data Files
With this choice, an empty database is also re-created -all processed data stored in the existing MySQL database engine will not be migrated. However, all trace data files are preserved in the Tracedata folder to be re-processed after the upgrade is completed.
The upgrade process consists of the following steps:
Create a new SQLite database.Note:
Re-create the existing TM systems' definitions in the database.
Preserve all the files in the Tracedata folder.
After the upgrade finishes, DIPAZ re-processes all the pre-existing files in the Tracedata\<system> folder.
FADE will display the pre-existing data after DIPAZ completes re-processing it.
Selecting this option will increase the upgrade time depending on how many trace data files are stored in the Tracedata folder.
The larger the number of files, the more down time should be allocated to the upgrade.
Parent topic: Upgrading Strategies