Release Note ProcessLogix R500.1 SP1 and R510.0 Redundant Server Log Update 1 Introduction This document describes the following: • contents of this update • installation of this update • problem resolved in this update IMPORTANT Contents of Update • This update should only be installed on R500.1 SP1 or R510.0 redundant Servers. • Prior installation of R500.1 SP1 or R510.0 is required for installation of Redundant Server Log Update 1. This update contains the following software: • Redundant database update job software update Installation This section details the installation of this update. Before You Begin Before beginning the installation, you must download the following files to your ProcessLogix Server(s): • ProcessLogix R500.1 SP1 and R510.0 Redundant Server Log Update1.exe The following software components must be installed before you install this update: • Windows® 2000 Service Pack 3 or 4 • Internet Explorer© 6.0 or 6.0 SP1 • ProcessLogix R500.1 SP1 or R510.0 1 Publication 1757-RN517A-EN-E - November 2005 2 ProcessLogix R500.1 SP1 and R510.0 Redundant Server Log Update 1 Server Installation You must complete the following procedure on all redundant Server pairs in your ProcessLogix system. Complete the following procedure on SERVERB first, then repeat the procedure for SERVERA. Be certain that SERVERA is the Primary Server and that the servers are synched before beginning the installation. 1. Close all running applications. 2. Click Start ⇒Programs ⇒ProcessLogix Server ⇒Start-Stop ProcessLogix Server to call up the ProcessLogix Server dialog box. TIP To display the Full Mode version of the ProcessLogix Server dialog box, click the icon on the left of the title bar and click Advanced ⇒Full Mode. A checkmark appears in front of the Full Mode selection to show that it is active. 3. With the Full Mode version of the dialog box active, select the Database Unloaded option. 4. Click Yes to confirm the action and wait for the Server to change its state. 5. Close the ProcessLogix Server dialog box. 6. Using Windows Explorer, browse to the directory where the update was downloaded, and double-click ProcessLogix R500.1 SP1 and R510.0 Redundant Server Log Update1.exe. 7. Click OK at the Installation Complete window. 8. Restart the computer. 9. On the primary server, click Start ⇒Programs ⇒ProcessLogix Server ⇒Station. 10. Click View ⇒System Status ⇒Server Redundancy. 11. Once the Backup Server LED changes from Stopped (red) to Running (green), click the Oper field in the lower-right corner of the display. 12. Enter >mngr< in the Station Logon prompt, and click OK. 13. Click Synchronize. Publication 1757-RN517A-EN-E - November 2005 ProcessLogix R500.1 SP1 and R510.0 Redundant Server Log Update 1 3 14. When the Synchronize Databases (y/n) prompt appears, type >y< in the entry field above the display and press <Enter>. Depending on your configuration, this may take some time to complete. 15. Once the Synchronization Complete prompt appears, verify that the display shows simulated Green LED indications for the following states: LED(s) State(s) Primary Server Running Backup Server Synchronized Running Link Status Link 0 (LNK00) - OK Active link Link 1 (LNK01) - OK (Only applies if you are using a dual LAN) 16. Click Manual Failover. 17. At the Failover to Backup (y/n) prompt, type >y< in the entry field above the display and press <Enter>. 18. Click Station ⇒Exit. 19. Click Yes to exit Station. 20. Repeat steps 1-20 on SERVERA. 21. After completing steps 1-20 on both SERVERA and SERVERB, verify that SERVERA is now Primary and synchronize the Servers. Problems Resolved ISR 45730- Nuisance errors in the primary server logs of a redundant server pair reading "Server not backup. Stopping Update job" were appearing as often as once a minute. Publication 1757-RN517A-EN-E - November 2005 ProcessLogix is a trademark of Rockwell Automation. Internet Explorer is a copyright of Microsoft Corporation. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Publication 1757-RN517A-EN-E - November 2005 4 PN 957868-12 Copyright © 2005 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.