richcrompton
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Re: Import BTP files into SPA, Is that possible!

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I was also unsuccessful at importing WLA data into SPA.  The export operation seemed to work okay (took about 20 minutes, generated about 400MB of data across 1,273 <date>_<symmid>.dcf.gz files), but I haven't been able to import the data into SPA.  I'm running SPA v2.1, SMC v7.2 and SE v7.2 from the same system (Windows Server 2008) and have copied the WLA SMIT-exported files locally to this server in c:\temp\wla\000<symmid>.

When I try importing (command below) I see it adding each of the hourly dcf.gz files, then I receive receive an error after it starts the import.

c:>java -jar c:\temp\wla\smit.jar IMPORT -symmids 000<symmid> -dir c:\temp\wla\000<symmid>

Smit V1.00
----------
01/10/2011 13:24:48.2448 <INFO> [com.emc.smit.cli.Smit]Spa Metric Import Tool
01/10/2011 13:24:48.2448 <INFO> [com.emc.smit.cli.Smit]Thread: 1. Data IMPORT started...
01/10/2011 13:24:48.2448 <INFO> [com.emc.smit.engine.SendSpaFiles]Thread: 1. Adding:201011120900_000<symmid>.dcf.gz

...

<Several more 'Adding' lines>

...
01/10/2011 13:24:48.2448 <INFO> [com.emc.smit.engine.SendSpaFiles]Thread: 8. Starting IMPORT...
01/10/2011 13:24:49.2449 <ERROR> [com.emc.smit.engine.SendSpaFiles]Thread: 8. Error in Connection: Software caused connection abort: socket write error
01/10/2011 13:24:49.2449 <INFO> [com.emc.smit.cli.Smit]Thread: 1. Data IMPORT completed.

EDIT: The data is for a DMX-3 system

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Lars4
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Re: Import BTP files into SPA, Is that possible!

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Hi MR R

Have you tried to increase the java memory ?

I had some error when I tried (that I don't recall) but after increasing the Java memory parameters to "-Xms256M -Xmx768M" it worked all the way, BUT no reaction within SPA for the imported data....

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richcrompton
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Re: Import BTP files into SPA, Is that possible!

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I just tried setting the java memory values and receive the same error.  The updated command to import data I used was:

c:>java -Xms256M -Xmx768M -jar c:\temp\wla\smit.jar IMPORT -symmids 000<symmid> -dir c:\temp\wla\000<symmid>

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the_san_man
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Re: Import BTP files into SPA, Is that possible!

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The instuctor of the class I attended directed me to the user guide of SPA 1.x.  The guide lists using smit.jar as Lars has posted. I was unsuccessful in getting data imported running the pre-SMAS version of SPA. I will be trying to import again here shortly when time is available.

Good luck.  If anyone has sucess in getting BTP data imported into SPA/SMAS, please let us know what you did.

Mike

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Rdamal
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Re: Import BTP files into SPA, Is that possible!

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In what path can i find BTP files on a linux server

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