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I want to create my own genome

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I want to create my own genome

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Russell Singh on 2018-03-07


How can I create my own genome?

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Re: I want to create my own genome

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Greg Sterling on 2018-03-07


You can select entries in the master genome library shipped with DCO and select copy to copy them to your local genome catalog.

Once they are in your local catalog you can edit the properties of the entry. So if you need to create a genome for an asset which doesn't currently exist in DCO, you can copy a similar asset (i.e. similar switch, server, rack, power device, ... ) then edit the make, model, dimensions, and power properties to match their proper values.

There is also a link here in the help.se-dmaas.com web pages to request new devices be added to the master genome catalog. Look for the "device support" link at the top of the community web page.

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Re: I want to create my own genome

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Stanislav Kalianov on 2018-03-08


Just to support what Greg says:

 

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