[foxboro] Galaxy (how many cores - related)

  • From: "Goldie, Shaun S" <Shaun.Goldie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <foxboro@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 31 May 2012 08:17:07 +1200

On the question of utilizing cores can I have some feedback on on/off mesh 

At NZS we have yet to make any steps toward FCS/infusion/wonderware but are at 
the stage of quoting a new system and have decided to introduce the galaxy and 
FCS tools while sticking with FV and Aim*

What are the pro's and con's for placing the galaxy database ON or OFF the mesh 

What are the pro's and con's for placing the Aim* historian ON or OFF the mesh 


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