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how do I get the genome library

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Marilyn Meuninck on 2019-01-17


I don't have any usbany devices in my genome library.  How do I get that and how do I mount 14 of them  in a six u rack location?

 

Do I have to use some other item like a blade chassie to make this happen?

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Re: how do I get the genome library

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-01-23


Hi Marilyn,

What is a "usbany device" ?

If I understand correctly you want to model some certain device in DCO, right?

As a work around, we can use a similar device (from Genome Library) such as "Generic server" (or other IT device), and then change its name and/or physical settings (in your Genomes).

Several items can be placed on a "Shelf". All rack-mountable items/equipment can be shelf-mounted. More description available here: Adding rack-mountable equipment to the room layout

Kind regards

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