Typographic Conventions

Normal text looks like this. Text that a computer outputs is in a fixed-width type like this. Text that you type into a computer is in key input like this, or strikethrough key input if you can't see it, such as with passwords. Code looks like this. Placeholders (text that should not be taken literally) is in fixed width italics like this.

Text Description
login: fflinstone The literal username is "fflinstone"
password: passwordherebutinvisible The password won't be displayed
bash:~$ cd /boot The command you'll enter is "cd /boot"
bash:/boot$ su
password: ProperRootPasswordHere The root password isn't provided here.
bash:/boot# mv vmlinux vmlinuz.YYYY-MM-DD-HHMMSS Replace the placeholder with the date.

CallReporter Server System Requirements

The minimum system requirements to run the CallReporter Server are as follows:

  • Storage: 100 GB
  • CPU: 2


You can determine the current PERM_ALLOCATED_SIZE on a Broadworks Application server using the ttIsql command:

  1.$ ttIsql
  2. Command> dssize
  3. Output

     The following values are in KB:
     PERM_ALLOCATED_SIZE:      1048576
     PERM_IN_USE_SIZE:         71861
     PERM_IN_USE_HIGH_WATER:   71944
     TEMP_ALLOCATED_SIZE:      348160
     TEMP_IN_USE_SIZE:         28888
     TEMP_IN_USE_HIGH_WATER:   32368

  4. Command> exit

In this example, our PERM_ALLOCATED_SIZE is 1048576 kB (1.05 GB), so this system requires 6 GB (4 + 2(1)) of RAM.