Appendix

Supported Input/Output Formats

Input formats


FormatDescription
PNGPortable Network Graphics files are fully supported, including alpha channels. The maximum image size depends on the amount of memory available.
JPEGJoint Photographic Experts Group files are fully supported. The maximum image size depends on the amount of memory available.
TIFFTagged Image File Format files are fully supported, including pyramid tiffs. The maximum image size is limited to 2GB assuming the necessary hard disk capacity is provided.
BMPBitmap file format is fully supported. The maximum image size depends on the amount of memory available.
FPXFlashPix file format is fully supported. The maximum image size depends on the amount of memory available.
GIFGraphics Interchange Format is fully supported. The maximum image size depends on the amount of memory available.



Output formats


FormatDescription
JPEGThe default output format providing the additional quality parameter to specify image compression quality
PNGThe png output supports alpha channels by default.
SWFA special format wrapping image data into an swf for image presentation within flash movies.
GIFThe gif output format also supports animations.



Server Addressing Quick Reference



 

Image Requests


?type=image&source=path/to/image


ParameterDescriptionMandatoryDefault
widthWidth of the resulting imageyes (either width or height must be set)server defaults
heightHeight of the resulting imageyes (either width or height must be set)server defaults
formatdefines image format: jpeg, png or gifnodepends on renderer
rendererUsed renderernodepends on setting
qualityJpeg compression qualitynodepends on renderer
effectsReal-time image effectsnonone
rectCrop to a given rangeno0,0,1,1
leftCrop to a given rangeno0
rightCrop to a given rangeno1
topCrop to a given rangeno0
bottomCrop to a given rangeno1
encodingAllows to specify if the response should be base64 encoded.noimage
colorspace

Allows to specify the colorspace of the response image.

Only applies to png output.

noRGB
backgroundcolor

Defines the background color to render transparency against.

Only applicable for GIF or PNG8 format.

no-
maxcolors

Defines the maximum number of colors in the image.

Only applicable for GIF or PNG format.

Changes PNG format from PNG24 to PNG8 if set.

no-
quantizer

Defines the quantizer when reducing the number of colors in the image.

(neuqant, octree or websafe)

Only applicable for GIF or PNG8 format.

no-
ditherer

Defines the ditherer used when reducing the number of colors. (floydsteinbert or noDitherer)

Only applicable for GIF or PNG8 format.

no-

pixelrange

pixelright

pixeltop

pixelleft

pixelbottom

Crop to a given range

(pixel based).

no-

referencewidth

referenceheight

Define the reference dimensions for pixelbased cropping.no-
dispositionDefines whether to send a content disposition header in the response.nofalse
saveAlias for "disposition".nofalse
savenameThe filename to send with the disposition header.no-



Animated GIF Requests


?type=directoryimage&source=path/to/image/folder&renderer=animate


ParameterDescriptionMandatoryDefault
rendererset renderer to animate in order to use animated GIFsyes
delay delay in ms per frameno150
loop
amount of loops (0 = infinite, otherwise 1 - 65535)no0
framepalette
defines if a palette is saved for each frame (increases size)nofalse



Info Requests


?type=info&source=path/to/image


ParameterDescriptionMandatoryDefault
template

Defines the template used to render the response

nodepends on renderer
rendererUsed renderernodepends on settings



List Requests


?type=list&source=path/to/directory


ParameterDescriptionMandatoryDefault
templateDefines the template used to render the responsenodepends on renderer
limitLimits the amount of entries in the result setnoall results
rendererUsed renderernodepends on settings
itemsAllows specifiing the assets to include in item listno-
rangeAllows applying a range parameter, to get only parts of the listno-



Search Requests


?type=search or ?type=simplesearch


ParameterDescriptionMandatoryDefault
sourcePath in which to search

yes

when not authenticated

empty
querySearch phraseyes
contextSimplesearch only. Comma-separated list of fields to search (see Appendix D for field names)yes



Permissions required for Tasks and Viewers


Permissions required for Viewers and Publishing

All the parameters below need to be set to true for the user in order to be able to publish thecorresponding option.


Publishing Option/

Task

Permissions required
HTML Imageread.renderedImages

FSI Viewer Flash &

FSI Viewer JS

list.files && read.basicMetadata && read.renderedImages

FSI Pages & FSI

Showcase

list.files && read.basicMetadata && read.renderedImages (read.searchResults for search in FSI Pages and read.extendedMetadata for links and showcaseinfo )
Editing chapters or linkswrite.extendedMetadata



Permissions required for Asset Management Tasks and Actions

In order to fullfill the tasks listed below, the specific parameters need to be set to true in the corresponding permissionset.


TaskPermissions required
Copy file

Source Connector: read.copy

Target Connector: write.paste, (write.overwrite)

Move file within the same connectorwrite.moveWithInConnector, (write.overwrite)
Move file between connectors

Source Connector: read.copy, write.delete

Target Connector: write.paste, (write.overwrite)

Copy directory

Source Connector: read.copy, list.files, list.directories

Target Connector: write.paste, (write.overwrite)

Move directory within the same connectorwrite.moveWithInConnector, (write.overwrite)
Move directory between connectors

Source Connector: read.copy, list.files, list.directories, write.delete

Target Connector: write.paste, (write.overwrite)

Reimport (Files and Directories)Target Connector: tasks.reimportFiles
Save Metadata (Files and Directories)Target Connector: write.extendedMetadata
Delete Metadata (Files and Directories)Target Connector: write.extendedMetadata
Restore Metadata (Files and Directories)Target Connector: write.extendedMetadata, (write.overwrite)
Delete (Files and Directories)Source Connector: write.delete
Move to Trash (Files and Directories) -Source Connector: write.moveToTrash
Delete file from TrashOrigin Connector: write.delete
See files in TrashOrigin Connector: list.connector, list.files
Get ICC profileSource Connector: read.iccProfile
Create job with Batch Rendering

Download Connector: write.paste

all Source Connectors: tasks.batchRendering, read.renderedImage

Create job without Batch Rendering

Download Connector: write.paste

all Source Connectors: tasks.createArchive, read.sourceFiles

Upload assetTarget Connector: write.upload, (write.overwrite)
Create directoryTarget Connector: write.createDirectory



Tomcat and JVM Settings

Java Virtual Machine Settings

The optimal settings for the Java virtual machine depend on the hardware running FSI Server and any other application sharing the hardware resources. Generally speaking, increasing the memory available in the virtual machine will increase FSI Servers performance as larger images can be converted in memory and more objects can be cached. The recommended setting for Oracle Java SE8 is:


-XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:+UseParNewGC

-XX:+UseBiasedLocking -XX:+CMSParallelRemarkEnabled


In addition to the JVM settings mentioned above, the memory settings need to be specified. The amount of heap space to configure depends not only on the amount of physical memory present. The recommended minimum heap space is 2GB per CPU core. In addition to the heap space, FSI Server uses direct memory when performing image operations, so the maximum heap space should be set well below the amount of physical memory present.


The maximum number of connections specified in the Tomcat configuration also needs to be taken into consideration as under full load every connection requires a thread and every thread requires a fixed amount of memory for its execution stack. In order to be able to handle more connections the stack size should be reduced using the Xss parameter. The minimum allowed value for Java SE8 160k. Both should be sufficient for running FSI Server 2016.


Furthermore the used memory can be reduced by configuring Javas Permanent Generation memory. If FSI Server is the only application running in the Tomcat. Then a value of 128M is sufficient.

To summarize the above, the following parameters should be used in addition to the settings mentioned further up:


-Xss160k

-XX:MaxPermSize=128m

-Xms:[Heap Size depending on physical memory and Tomcat configuration]

-Xmx:[Heap Size depending on physical memory and Tomcat configuration]



AJP & JK

If FSI Server is set up in an application server, reachable via AJP only, please ensure the Proxy Pass Reverse Settings are included in the AJP configuration, as the webinterface will not be usable with incorrect or missing AJP settings.


<IfModule mod_proxy_ajp.c>
	<Location /fsi-server>
		ProxyPass ajp://localhost:8009/fsi
		ProxyPassReverse ajp://localhost:8009/fsi
		ProxyPassReverseCookiePath /fsi /fsi-server
	</Location>
</IfModule>



Search field reference

Textual search field



FieldnameDescription
file.namethe image filenames
IPTC
iptc.captionThe contents of the IPTC 'Caption' field
iptc.writerThe contents of the IPTC Writer/Editor field
iptc.headlineThe contents of the IPTC Headline field
iptc.special_instructionsThe contents of the IPTC Special Instructions field
iptc.by_lineThe contents of the IPTC By-line field
iptc.by_line_titleThe contents of the IPTC By-line Title field
iptc.creditThe contents of the IPTC Credit field
iptc.sourceThe contents of the IPTC Source field
iptc.object_nameThe contents of the IPTC Object Name field
iptc.cityThe contents of the IPTC City field
iptc.province_or_stateThe contents of the IPTC Province/State field
iptc.country_or_primary_locationThe contents of the IPTC Country/Primary Location field
iptc.original_transmission_referenceThe contents of the IPTC Original Transmission Reference field
iptc.categoryThe contents of the IPTC Category field
iptc.supplemental_categoriesThe contents of the IPTC Supplemental Categories field
iptc.keywordsThe contents of the IPTC Keywords field
iptc.copyright_noticeThe contents of the IPTC Copyright Notice field
iptc.originating_programThe contents of the IPTC Originating Program field
iptc.fsi_search_dataThe contents of the IPTC FSI Search Data field

iptc.country_code

The contents of the IPTC Country Code field

iptc.date_created

The contents of the IPTC Date Created field

iptc.record_version

The contents of the IPTC Directory Version field

iptc.fsi_encoding

The contents of the IPTC FSI Encoding field

iptc.fsi_xmldata

The contents of the IPTC FSI Extra field

iptc.fsi_scenesets

The contents of the IPTC FSI SceneSets field

iptc.fsi_tilesx

The contents of the IPTC FSI Tiles X field

iptc.fsi_tilesy

The contents of the IPTC FSI Tiles Y field

iptc.release_date

The contents of the IPTC Release Date field

iptc.release_time

The contents of the IPTC Release Time field

iptc.time_created

The contents of the IPTC Time Created field

iptc.urgency

The contents of the IPTC Urgency field

EXIF

exif.ApertureValue

The contents of the EXIF Aperture field

exif.BitsPerSample

The contents of the EXIF Bits per Sample field

exif.BrightnessValue

The contents of the EXIF Brightness field

exif.CFAPattern

The contents of the EXIF CFA pattern field

exif.ComponentsConfiguration

The contents of the EXIF Color components field

exif.ColorSpace

The contents of the EXIF Color space information field

exif.CompressedBitsPerPixel

The contents of the EXIF Compressed Bits per Pixel field

exif.Compression

The contents of the EXIF Compression field

exif.Contrast

The contents of the EXIF Contrast field

exif.Copyright

The contents of the EXIF Copyright holder field

exif.CustomRendered

The contents of the EXIF Custom image processing field

exif.DateTimeDigitized

The contents of the EXIF Date and time of digital data generation field

exif.DateTimeOriginal

The contents of the EXIF Date and time of original data generation field

exif.DeviceSettingDescription

The contents of the EXIF Device setting description field

exif.DigitalZoomRatio

The contents of the EXIF Digital zoom ration field

exif.ExifIDFPointer

The contents of the EXIF Exif IFD Pointer field

exif.ExifImageHeight

The contents of the EXIF Exif Image Height field

exif.ExifImageWidth

The contents of the EXIF Exif Image Width field

exif.ExifVersion

The contents of the EXIF Exif version field

exif.ExposureBiasValue

The contents of the EXIF Exposure bias field

exif.ExposureIndex

The contents of the EXIF Exposure index field

exif.ExposureMode

The contents of the EXIF Exposure mode field

exif.ExposureProgram

The contents of the EXIF Exposure program field

exif.ExposureTime

The contents of the EXIF Exposure time field

exif.FNumber

The contents of the EXIF F number field

exif.DateTime

The contents of the EXIF File change date and time field

exif.FileSource

The contents of the EXIF File source field

exif.FlashEnergy

The contents of the EXIF Flash energy field

exif.Flash

The contents of the EXIF Flash field

exif.FlashpixVersion

The contents of the EXIF Flashpix Version field

exif.FocalLengthin35mmFilm

The contents of the EXIF Focal length in 35mm field

exif.FocalLength

The contents of the EXIF Focal length field

exif.GainControl

The contents of the EXIF Gain control field

exif.GPSAltitudeRef

The contents of the EXIF GPS Altitude Reference field

exif.GPSAltitude

The contents of the EXIF GPS Altitude field

exif.GPSDateStamp

The contents of the EXIF GPS Date Stamp field

exif.GPSDifferential

The contents of the EXIF GPS Differential field

exif.GPSDOP

The contents of the EXIF GPS Dilution of Precision field

exif.GPSImgDirectionRef

The contents of the EXIF GPS Image Direction Reference field

exif.GPSImgDirection

The contents of the EXIF GPS Image Direction field

exif.GPSLatitudeRef

The contents of the EXIF GPS Latitude Reference field

exif.GPSLatitude

The contents of the EXIF GPS Latitude field

exif.GPSLongitudeRef

The contents of the EXIF GPS Longitude Reference field

exif.GPSLongitude

The contents of the EXIF GPS Longitude field

exif.GPSMapDatum

The contents of the EXIF GPS Map Datum field

exif.GPSMeasureMode

The contents of the EXIF GPS Measure Mode field

exif.GPSSatellites

The contents of the EXIF GPS Satellites field

exif.GPSSpeedRef

The contents of the EXIF GPS Speed Reference field

exif.GPSSpeed

The contents of the EXIF GPS Speed field

exif.GPSStatus

The contents of the EXIF GPS Status field

exif.GPSTimeStamp

The contents of the EXIF GPS Time Stamp field

exif.GPSTrackRef

The contents of the EXIF Track Reference field

exif.GPSTrack

The contents of the EXIF GPS Track field

exif.GPSInfoIDFPointer

The contents of the EXIF GPSInfo IFD Pointer field

exif.ImageHeight

The contents of the EXIF Image Height field

exif.ImageDescription

The contents of the EXIF Image title field

exif.ImageWidth

The contents of the EXIF Image Width field

exif.InteropIDFPointer

The contents of the EXIF Interop IFD Pointer field

exif.InteropabilityIndex

The contents of the EXIF Interoperability Index field

exif.InteropabilityVersion

The contents of the EXIF Interoperability Version field

exif.ISOSpeedRatings

The contents of the EXIF ISO speed rating field

exif.LightSource

The contents of the EXIF Light source field

exif.MakerNote

The contents of the EXIF Manufacturer notes field

exif.make

The contents of the EXIF Manufacturer of image input equipment field

exif.MarkerNoteIDFPointer

The contents of the EXIF MarkerNote IFD Pointer

exif.MaxApertureValue

The contents of the EXIF Maximum lens aperture field

exif.MeteringMode

The contents of the EXIF Metering mode field

exif.Model

The contents of the EXIF Model of image input equipment field

exif.OECF

The contents of the EXIF Optoelectric conversion factor field

exif.Artist

The contents of the EXIF Person who created the image field

exif.PhotometricInterpretation

The contents of the EXIF Photometric Interpretation field

exif.FocalPlaneYResolution

The contents of the EXIF Pixels (height) per focal unit field

exif.FocalPlaneXResolution

The contents of the EXIF Pixels (width) per focal unit field

exif.PlanarConfiguration

The contents of the EXIF Planar configuration field

exif.PrimaryChromaticities

The contents of the EXIF Primary Chromaticities field

exif.PrintIM

The contents of the EXIF PrintIM field

exif.ProcessingSoftware

The contents of the EXIF Processing Software field

exif.RatingPercent

The contents of the EXIF Rating Percent field

exif.Rating

The contents of the EXIF Rating field

exif.ReferenceBlackWhite

The contents of the EXIF Reference Black White field

exif.RelatedImageFileFormat

The contents of the EXIF Related Image File Format field

exif.RelatedImageLength

The contents of the EXIF Related Image Length field

exif.RelatedImageWidth

The contents of the EXIF Related Image Width field

exif.RelatedSoundFile

The contents of the EXIF Related Sound File field

exif.ResolutionUnit

The contents of the EXIF Resolution Unit field

exif.SamplesPerPixel

The contents of the EXIF Samples per Pixel field

exif.Saturation

The contents of the EXIF Saturation field

exif.SceneCaptureType

The contents of the EXIF Scene capture type field

exif.SceneType

The contents of the EXIF Scene type field

exif.SensingMethod

The contents of the EXIF Sensing method field

exif.Sharpness

The contents of the EXIF Sharpness field

exif.ShutterSpeedValue

The contents of the EXIF Shutter speed field

exif.Software

The contents of the EXIF Software used field

exif.SpatialFrequencyResponse

The contents of the EXIF Spatial frequency response field

exif.SpectralSensitivity

The contents of the EXIF Spectral sensitivity field

exif.SubSecTimeDigitized

The contents of the EXIF Sub Sec Time Digitized field

exif.SubSecTimeOriginal

The contents of the EXIF Sub Sec Time Original field

exif.SubSecTime

The contents of the EXIF Sub Sec Time field

exif.SubjectDistanceRange

The contents of the EXIF Subject distance range field

exif.SubjectDistance

The contents of the EXIF subject distance

exif.SubjectLocation

The contents of the EXIF Subject location

exif.Orientation

The contents of the EXIF The orientation of the image field

exif.ImageUniqueID

The contents of the EXIF Unique Image ID field

exif.FocalPlaneResolutionUnit

The contents of the EXIF Unit for focal plane resolution field

exif.UserComment

The contents of the EXIF User comments field

exif.WhiteBalance

The contents of the EXIF White balance field

exif.WhitePoint

The contents of the EXIF White point field

exif.XResolution

The contents of the EXIF X Resolution field

exif.YCbCrCoefficients

The contents of the EXIF Y Cb Cr Coefficients field

exif.YCbCrPositioning

The contents of the EXIF Y Cb Cr Positioning field

exif.YResolution

The contents of the EXIF Y Resolution field



Comparative search fields



FieldnameDescriptionType
file.sizeThe file size in bytesNumber
file.widthThe image width in pixelsNumber
file.heightThe image height in pixelsNumber
file.lastmodifiedThe last modified date of the original image fileDate
iptc.release_dateThe contents of the IPTC 'Release Date' fieldDate
iptc.date_createdThe contents of the IPTC 'Date Created' fieldDate



When to use multiresolution source connectors


FSI Server 2016 supports multiresolution tif and fpx images as image sources without the need of importing them into the internal storage.


This feature is primarily directed at customers who already have a large stock of images with multiple resolutions embedded. Those customers establishing an FSI Server solution starting with flat (single resolution) images will need to use storage connectors if they do not want to rely on an external service to provide the multi-resolution images.


Customers with a small to medium size stock of multi-resolution images should consider the advantages and disadvantages of both options. The following table will assist in the decision.



storage

multi-

resolution

supports jpg and png as source formatyesno

response time (server performance) independent

of source image size

yesno
response time (server performance) independent of originating softwareyesno
requires importyesno
disk space requiredusually moreusually less



LDAP Directory Structure


 When configuring your FSI Server to retrieve the user and group information from an LDAP Server, then this information must be stored in a predefined directory structure. FSI Server will presume to find three branches beneath the base DN provided in the configuration.


All three branches must be instances of the object class "organizationalUnit" (OID: 2.5.6.5) as defined in the LDAP Core schema (RFC 2256). Two of the units contain the users, divided into administrators and standard users, the other contains the groups. The user objects are instances of "account" and optionally also instances of "simpleSecurityObject" if the password are also stored on the LDAP Server. Both, account and simpleSecurityObject are defined by the COSINE schema (RFC 1274). The group unit contains instances of "groupOfNames", also defined in the Core schema.


The following diagram illustrates the layout of the DIT as required by FSI Server.




Systemwide Kerberos configuration



If FSI Server is configured to use a Kerberos server to validate the users passwords, then it will use the JVM wide Kerberos configuration by default.


This means that the Kerberos realm and the location of the KDC must be configured outside of the FSI Servers context. This configuration can therefore nnot be done using FSI Administrator or by editing the FSI Server configuration files. The JVM will look for the configuration file in the following locations respecting the given order:


  • a filename and path set by the JVM system property "java.security.krb5.conf",
  • a file named krb5.conf in <java-home>\lib\security on Windows systems or <javahome>/lib/security on Linux
  • in C:\winnt\krb5.ini on Windows or /etc/krb5.conf on Linux.



JMX MBean definitions


The MBeans provided by FSI Server are for monitoring purposes only and are logically grouped depending on the component providing them.



Request Processor Beans



Bean nameDescription
Category: General
BuildBuild number the currently running FSI Server version
Major VersionMajor version of the currently running FSI Server
UptimeNumber of seconds since the last start of the FSI Server
VendorThe vendor of the software (NeptuneLabs)
Versionhuman-readable representation of the version number
VersionDecimalInteger representation of the version number
Category: Licence
BatchProcessingStates if batch processing is permitted by the licence
EditionThe purchased FSI Server Edition
ExpiredStates if the installed licence is expired
LicencedStates if a valid licence is installed
MaxGroupsMaximum number of user groups permitted by the licence key
MaxImagesMaximum number of assets permitted by the licence key
MaxConnectorsMaximum number of connectors permitted by the licence key
StagingStates if the installed licence is meant for staging pruposes only
Category: Performance
ActiveCPUCountCurrently active CPU threads
ActiveCPUCountMaxMaximum number of simultaneously active CPU threads in the last 60 seconds
ActiveIOCountCurrently active IO threads
ActiveIOCountMaxMaximum number of simultaneously active IO threads in the last 60 seconds
CPULoadTotalCurrent system CPU load
ConcurrentProcessingNumber of images currently being processed
ConcurrentProcessingMaxMaximum number of simultaneously processed images in the last 60 seconds
ConcurrentRequestsNumber of requests currently being handled
ConcurrentRequestsMaxMaximum number of simultaneously handled requests in the last 60 seconds
GETNumber of GET requests handled by the server
HEADNumber of HEAD requests handled by the server
POSTNumber of POST requests handled by the server
HitsCachedNumber of responses served from cache
HitsImageNumber of image-requests processed (excl. cached responses)
HitsInfoNumber of info-requests processed (excl. cached responses)
HitsListNumber of list-requests processed (excl. cached responses)
HitsSearchNumber of search-requests processed (excl. cached responses)
HitsTotalTotal number of requests handled
PixelsTotalTotal number of pixels sent out (excl. cached responses)
CPUQueueLengthCurrent number of CPU tasks waiting for execution
CPUQueueLengthMaxMaximum number of CPU tasks simultaneously waiting for execution in the last 60 seconds
IOQueueLengthCurrent number of IO tasks waiting for execution
IOQueueLengthMaxMaximum number of IO tasks simultaneously waiting for execution in the last 60 seconds
Status200Number of requests answered with HTTP Status 200
Status302Number of requests answered with HTTP Status 302
Status304Number of requests answered with HTTP Status 304
Status400Number of requests answered with HTTP Status 400
Status403Number of requests answered with HTTP Status 403
Status404Number of requests answered with HTTP Status 404
Status500Number of requests answered with HTTP Status 500
Status503Number of requests answered with HTTP Status 503
TTFB10 / TTLB10Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 10ms
TTFB25 / TTLB25Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 25ms
TTFB50 / TTLB50Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 50ms
TTFB100 / TTLB100Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 100ms
TTFB250 / TTLB250Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 250ms
TTFB500 / TTLB500Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 500ms
TTFB1000 / TTLB1000Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 1s
TTFB2500 / TTLB2500Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 2.5s
TTFB5000 / TTLB5000Number of responses where the first/last byte was sent out in less than 5ms
TTFB5000plus / TTLB5000plusNumber of responses where the first/last byte was sent after more than less than 5s
TTFBAvg60 / TTLBAvg60Average time to first/last byte for all requests handled in the last 60 seconds



Source Manager Beans


Bean nameDescription
Category: Cache
CachedObjectsTotal Number of cached objects
TotalCacheSizeTotal size of the level 2 cache
UsedCacheSizeAmount of level 2 cache used
*RequestsNumber of requests directed at the cache
*L1HitsNumber of hits to the level 1 cache
*L2HitsNumber of hits to the level 2 cache
*SaveFailuresNumber of failed attempts to save data in the cache
*SavesNumber of successful attempts to save data in the cache
* = Blob, Image, List, Metadata, Response, Tile
Category: Scanner
ScanTimeNumber of milliseconds taken for the last scan
Category: Storage
AssetCountTotal number of assets stored on the server
GroupCountTotal number of groups defined
ConnectorCountTotal number of connectors defined
AssetSizeTotal size of the source files stored on the server (in bytes)
FreeSpaceAmount of free disk space on the partion containing the internal storage (in bytes)
ImagesProcessedImages imported since last start
PixelsTotal number of pixel imported since last start
ProcessingNumber of images currently being imported
ProcessingSwapNumber of images currently being imported using swapfiles.
SwapImagesProcessedNumber of images imported using swapspace since last start
UsedSpaceAmount of disk space used on the partition containing the internal storage (in bytes)
TotalSpaceTotal space on the partition containing the internal storage (in bytes)



Updating from FSI Server 2 to 2018


FSI Server 2018 introduces some major changes to the internal storage as well as the configuration file layout. In most cases it will be easier to perform the configuration from scratch based on the predefined configuration files instead of migrating existing files.


When configured to use an FSI Server 2 storage directory, the internal storage will be migrated to the new layout in the background. This implies, that storage can no longer be used by an FSI Server version 2, which makes downgrading impossible. You will also notice a higher load on the system while the storage is migrated.


Detailed information on migrating from FSI Server 2 as well as a list on configuration changes can be found in the "FSI Server 2018 Overview" available on the FSI Server website.