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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by freddy-b View Post
    The unbound references are bad news, they need to be taken care of first then see what happens your flash issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutOfControlMan View Post
    Hey Chet,

    Since these J-- Offs want to see who can pee the furthest because there the greatest control guy ever and not offer any sound advice...

    OUCH!












    and welcome





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  3. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by OutOfControlMan View Post
    Hey Chet,

    Since these J-- Offs want to see who can pee the furthest because there the greatest control guy ever and not offer any sound advice, ill try to give you some.

    Your flash usage is extremely high and needs to be reduced below 100%.

    1st: If you have alot of VMA's on the bus's, try deleting all the resource files for starters if you have all the points mapped. These files are large and can eat up flash real fast. With that said delete all resource files if they are not needed.

    2nd: If you have alot of graphics try to reduce some by aliasing. Also if the backround images are large in size try using a different format. svg is recomended.

    3rd: If your trending alot of points try reducing to only whats needed.

    If your flash usage is still high after trying the above listed you may need a second NAE or a ADS server.

    I hope this helps.
    Fantastic, another re-poster. All of this has already been said. It must of been exhausting to copy all of that. Just what this site needs another JCI impersonater/hacker!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutOfControlMan View Post
    Also if the backround images are large in size try using a different format. svg is recomended.
    Actually I believe it is best to use the zipped version of the .svg, which has a .svgz file extention.
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    JCI now is saying an extra NAE 55 is not Necessary

    During the last meeting with the control engineers JCI's Project Manager agreed he need to add another NAE55 & or ADS/ADX. Now he trying to say it isn't necessary. How can he say that based on the data below:

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    . Attribute Value
    Device
    CPU Usage 4 %
    Flash Usage 207 %
    Estimated Flash Available -4.3 megabytes
    Memory Usage 50.48 %
    Object Memory Usage 15 %
    Object Count 7389
    COV Rcv Rate 0 per min
    COV Tx Rate 1 per min
    BACnet Broadcast Receive Rate 0 per min
    Battery Condition Ok
    CPU Temperature 48 deg C
    Board Temperature 43 deg C
    Pager Dial-up Status Disconnected
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chet1508 View Post
    During the last meeting with the control engineers JCI's Project Manager agreed he need to add another NAE55 & or ADS/ADX. Now he trying to say it isn't necessary. How can he say that based on the data below:

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    . Attribute Value
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    CPU Usage 4 %
    Flash Usage 207 %
    Estimated Flash Available -4.3 megabytes
    Memory Usage 50.48 %
    Object Memory Usage 15 %
    Object Count 7389
    COV Rcv Rate 0 per min
    COV Tx Rate 1 per min
    BACnet Broadcast Receive Rate 0 per min
    Battery Condition Ok
    CPU Temperature 48 deg C
    Board Temperature 43 deg C
    Pager Dial-up Status Disconnected


    He can say anything he wants, but what is his justification to you when you present him with this same data?
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    Chet, This is unbelievable. Go over the local peoples head and call Corporate.

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    X-wrenchturner he said running over on flash memory is not a problem, the memory usage is only at 50.48%
    Freddy-b do you have a corporate phone number that I can call

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    IMO, you should stick with the PUBLISHED object count limitation issue, and follow Freddy's advice if you get no response in relation to that known excess.

    Please keep us posted on your progress.
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    I am so glad i found this site, your help has been terrific!!

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    I would take what the published data says and discount it by 10% or so if you have a lot of VMA's they are VERY chatty on the bus
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    Nae

    I must agree that the NAE is overloaded. But as a current JCI employee I do agree with some that this sounds like a typical JCI job. Do not get enough for the job, use a standard program and design and then cut any corner you can that the customer does not know any better. Then do not support it or charge them to go out. After all this is why the stock can do so well. At least in our branch we have the worst management and customer relations you could ever see. All about mighty blue and the green dollar.

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    I get the impression that this maybe this JCI's project manager first NAE Job. (Or he is playing stupid) When I pushed the issue as suggested about the object count. He wanted to know what problems are caused by going over so much on object counts. Can someone educate me on what are some of the the negative symptoms of going over object counts. He said he would check with tech support and get back to me. Of course he hasn't gotten back with me. But, in the mean time I would like to ready for his fabricated excuse of why object count is not a big problem.

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