ip acommand to check the interfaces.
LAN Babove. Please check the correct interface since it is possible that the interfaces may appear to be swapped. The OPC server address is almost always located at IP address
192.168.1.2/29. To check which interface is being used for Internet access, run the
routecommand. It will respond with something like...
Ifacecolumn in the line with
Destinationdefault tells you which interface is used for Internet access. Please don't forget to send to Ardexa:
allto show all datasets). The following scenarios are recommended to be configured as five separate scenarios:
discoververb is be used to display the contents of the database. It needs 2 arguments
discoverto see all the data. It will also show the data and time on SQL Server and compare it to the Ardexa device. Pay particular attention to these, since at times the Gamesa Historian time may not be synced. All date and times are in UTC.
Configuration YAMLA configuration YAML file must be included which can contain up to 6 items of information. An example of which is:
portmaybe excluded and the default values will be used as follows:
portis optional. It will default to
db_nameis optional. If it is not defined, it will default to:
passwditems MUST be supplied by the client
driveris the software driver to use to connect to the database. For MSSQL installations greater than Version 2000, remove the
driverentry and it will default to
ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server. For all other installations, include the line
-vv(debug data), will show the available tables and all available data in the database. Command example:
firstverb, which will show the earliest data record for the dataeset/turbine. Command examples:
sampleverb which again can only be manually run. It will show a sample of the last 2 hours of the database, for all turbines. The argument for this command is:
gamesa_odbc sample /opt/ardexa/config/gamesa-odbc/task/task-1.config_path 24711