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Increasing Number of Available Crews Does not Affect StormMan's ERT Calculation (Doc ID 1503751.1)

Last updated on JULY 13, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Network Management System - Version 1.7.5 and later
Oracle Network Management for Utilities - DMS - Version 1.7.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Increasing the number of available crews in Storm Management does not have an impact on the ERT(Estimated Restore Time)/ETR in specific areas.

After enabling STORM debug in JMService and rerunning a simulation in Storm Management, the JMService log contained several entries like this:

11/01 17:03:01: JMService 0x654a,ctp=<non-isis> Run simulation for outage 2479743
11/01 17:03:01: JMService 0x654a,ctp=<non-isis> Outage information: control zone  4802.1007, storm mode=1, storm type=3, outage type=6
11/01 17:03:01: JMService 0x654a,ctp=<non-isis> Outage is assessed, estimated repair time 2700 minutes
11/01 17:03:01: JMService 0x654a,ctp=<non-isis> Using nominal crews for repairment, starting at 07:00 11/02/12
11/01 17:03:01: JMService 0x654a,ctp=<non-isis> Using nominal crew for repairment
4802.1007 2 0 0 07:00 11/02/12
11/01 17:03:01: JMService 0x654a,ctp=<non-isis> ERT is 11/04/2012 04:00:00, repairment work 166800 seconds

Cause

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