- PI PerfMon interface - is already installed on the PI data archive server and we intended you to use it there.
- Interface ID can be 1. Interface ID needs to be unique per point source, not per PI System. We recommend taking advantage of multi-character point sources, making for virtually unlimited point source names. In such case, you might not ever have two instances of the same interface with same point source. It would follow then that interface ID would always be 1.
- While the interface appears to support failover (per documentation) I've never installed one that way. Sort of like this - if the node you are monitoring fails, there is no point failing over to another node to monitor the now failed node.
- The file does indeed appear to be missing. I'll submit a tech support case. thanks for spotting this.
- You can "borrow" the file needed from your PIInt1 node - the states will be the same for any UniInt failover interface
By the way... The newest version of PI-ICU automatically builds the UFO Failover digital state set for you when you set up UFO (UniInt Failover) and use PI ICU to configure the failover tags. Therefore the csv file is no longer needed in order to build the digital state set.