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Release Schedule: PI Connector for PI System Health (View all)
2018-12-10
ReleaseRelease
Service PackService Pack
Current Release
 
Product
Version
Date
Description
Features
Service Pack
PI Connector for PI System Health
1.0.1.13
2016-10
Automatic scan frequency.  Minor improvements.
PI AF templates, elements, hierarchies, and attributes updated to better represent individual components of monitored services – Please refer to the following user guide/section for the needed upgrade procedure.  Scan frequency now automatically set for health data- the scan frequency is no longer configurable by the user; but instead, PI points are now internally categorized into 2, 5 or 30 second scan frequency rates.
Previous Releases
 
Product
Version
Date
Description
Features
Release
PI Connector for PI System Health
1.0.0
2016-02
Monitors and records health statistics from local PI System.  This connector monitors the following PI System components: • PI AF Server
• PI Data Archive
• PI Analysis Service
The PI Connector for PI System Health records the health statistics of the local PI System and stores them in a PI System.  The connector models an installation by creating the AF elements in PI Asset Framework (PI AF) and PI points in PI Data Archive, then populating the AF elements and PI points with data sent from the source.    This connector will archive health information of the local PI System in the following areas:
• PI AF Server
• PI Data Archive
• PI Analysis Service

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