Hi Psion Support,
On my Omnii XT10, I increased the Storage Memory (Control Panel > System > Memory) by moving the slider to the right.
Unfortunaly, this setting does not survive on a COLD RESET.
Restoring a profile on a COLD RESET using Total Recall utility could be one solution. But I do not see anymore option "Auto Restore".
My Omnii XT10 run OS 1.9.
Thank you for your support.
Re TR not restoring memory ( TT#186689) will be closed :
If your device always warm-boots, the object store will always be there so its size will not change on reboot. If your device always cold-boots, then the object store is recreated on every boot. The division is NOT saved anywhere so it will not persist across cold boots. Every time you cold boot you get whatever size is specified by FSRAMPERCENT / pOEMCalcFSPages. (The other variant of this question is: Why doesn't the registry value that stores the memory division seem to persist when the rest of my registry does? The answer is that there is no such registry value.) So it appears to be normal expected behavior.
Kind regards ,
If you upgrade your Omnii to the newest recommended release you will have to option to set the TR profile as auto restore .
After creating the TR profile , you would go back and select Menage Profile > click on next > than set to Auto restore .
Kind regards ,
I tried option "Set For Autorestore" of TR for the created profile.
I have two remarks.
1 - The saved profile is ony restored on a "Clean Reset", not on a "Cold Reset".
2 - Size dedicated to "Storage memory" is reverted back to its factory 's default value (16164 KB) after restoring the saved TR's profile. This settings seems to not be saved by Total Recall.
My OMNII XT10 runs OS 1.10.
Can you please check if you do have the same problem?
I have the same results . I will have to test it and get back to you.
We can make some workaround for the memory settings through batch file,
For the XT 10 , Auto restore will not start on cold boot and that is expected behaviour.
For the issue with memory setting , I opened the ticket in our Help Desk TT#186689.
I will let you know when fix gets released.
The above description confirms why "Total Recall" is not the solution to save the modified value of "\RAM DISK" made in Control Panel > System > Memory Tab. The new value does not survive on a COLD RESET.
One solution is to modify the memory allowed for files storage at runtime. To do so I use the program SetSystemMemoryDivision.exe attached in this message. After calling SetSystemMemoryDivision.exe 60 at the command prompt of the XT10, I have now 61440 KB free for storage space.
You can then include this call in a BATCH file which is then processed by the terminal upon a COLD/WARM reset.
Again thank you for your support
We will do some tests here and get back to you .