Equipment management method, device and system and storage medium

A technology for equipment management and station equipment, which is applied in the field of rail transit, can solve the problems of low management efficiency of station equipment and achieve the effect of improving management efficiency

Pending Publication Date: 2020-07-10
BEIJING JINHONG XI DIAN INFORMATION TECH
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[0005] This application provides an equipment management method, device, system and storage medi...
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[0105] The device management method provided by the present application obtains the status parameters of each in-station device through the server, and determines the actual operation parameters and normal operation parameters of the in-station device. Furthermore, the server determines the operating state of the equipment in the station according to the normal operating parameters and actual operating parameters of the equipment in the station. When the running state is abnormal, the server reminds the administrator to check and repair the equipment in the station by sending the running state. This application obtains the status parameters of the equipment in the station, determines the running status of the equipment in the station according to the status parameters, and then sends the running status to complete the monitoring of the equipment in each station, so that the administrator does not need to obtain the abnormality of the equipment in the station through inspection or fault feedback status, so that the abnormal state of the equipment in the station can be detected and dealt with in time, which increases the safety of the equipment in the station and improves the management efficiency of the equipment in the station.
[0116] In this step, the server calculates the carrying capacity of the current station equipment according to the operating conditions of the station equipment. According to the carrying capacity, the server determines whether it is necessary to adjust the operation of the equipment in the station in combination with the current flow of people in the station, so that the carrying capacity of the equipment in the station matches the current flow of people in the station. For example, ...
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The invention provides an equipment management method, device and system and a storage medium. The method comprises the following steps that a server determines actual operation parameters and normaloperation parameters of in-station equipment by acquiring state parameters of each piece of in-station equipment; the server determines the operation state of the in-station equipment according to thenormal operation parameters and the actual operation parameters of the in-station equipment; when the running state is an abnormal state, the server reminds an administrator to check and maintain theequipment in the station in time by sending the running state. According to the method, the operation safety of the in-station equipment is improved, and the management efficiency of the in-station equipment is improved.

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[0060] In order to make the objectives, technical solutions, and advantages of the embodiments of the present invention clearer, the technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be described clearly and completely in conjunction with the accompanying drawings in the embodiments of the present invention. Obviously, the described embodiments It is only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, not all the embodiments. Based on the embodiments of the present invention, all other embodiments obtained by those of ordinary skill in the art without creative work shall fall within the protection scope of the present invention.
[0061] The terms "first", "second", "third", "fourth", etc. in the description and claims of the present invention and the above-mentioned drawings are used to distinguish similar objects, and not necessarily used to describe a specific order Or precedence. It should be understood that the data used in this way can be interchanged under appropriate circumstances so that the embodiments of the present invention described herein can be implemented in an order other than those illustrated or described herein.
[0062] It should be understood that in the present invention, "including" and "having" and any of their variations are intended to cover non-exclusive inclusions. For example, a process, method, system, product, or device that includes a series of steps or units is not necessarily limited to Those steps or units clearly listed may include other steps or units that are not clearly listed or are inherent to these processes, methods, products, or equipment.
[0063] The technical solution of the present invention will be described in detail below with specific embodiments. The following specific embodiments can be combined with each other, and the same or similar concepts or processes may not be repeated in some embodiments.
[0064] In urban rail transit, in-station equipment is a very important and critical component of urban rail transit operations. Station equipment includes station gates, self-service ticket vending machines, elevators, screen doors and other equipment used in urban rail transit stations. Usually the operation of these equipment will directly affect the personnel and vehicles entering and leaving the station. For example, in a station, the number of gates opened will directly affect the flow of people entering and leaving the station. For example, when the screen door fails, the flow of people getting on and off the vehicle is restricted, which may easily cause the vehicle to stay on the platform longer.
[0065] At present, in urban rail transit stations, there are many types of equipment in the stations. And because the equipment in the station usually comes from different manufacturers and has different applications and control systems, it cannot be monitored at the same time. For example, when the gate fails, the administrator can only obtain the fault information of the gate by discovering the automatic alarm of the gate or receiving the fault feedback from the user. In addition, because the devices in the station are usually independent of each other, the overall control of the devices in the station usually needs to rely on the experience of the administrator. For example, when an elevator fails, the administrator judges based on experience that it is necessary to control the flow of people in the station and close some gates to reduce the flow of people in the station.
[0066] In the prior art, the monitoring of the equipment in the station is usually completed by an administrator's inspection or fault feedback. When the equipment in the station fails, it is prone to problems that are not found in time, which will endanger the safety of personnel and equipment in the station. For example, if the abnormal early warning and monitoring of the elevator is not timely, it may cause the elevator to malfunction, and then cause people to be trapped in the elevator, and affect the safety of personnel and equipment in the station. In the process of adjusting the operation plan of the equipment in the station, due to the lack of unified monitoring of the equipment, it is usually necessary to rely on the experience of the administrator to realize the adjustment. If the operating status of the equipment in the station is not updated in time, unreasonable adjustments are prone to occur when the administrator adjusts the operating plan. Moreover, when the administrator has insufficient experience, it is also easy to adjust unreasonably.
[0067] From the above situation, it can be seen that due to the lack of unified monitoring of the equipment in the station, there is a problem of low efficiency of equipment management in the station. For example, the failure alarm is not timely, and the overall planning is not accurate.
[0068] In response to the above problems, this application proposes a device management method, device, system, and storage medium. A background server is set up on the management side. The server can obtain the status parameters of all the equipment in the station, and determine the operating status of the equipment in the station according to the status parameters of the equipment in each station. When the operating state of the equipment in the station is abnormal, the server sends the abnormal state or alarm information of the abnormal state, and reminds the administrator to deal with the abnormality of the equipment in the station in time. The server can also determine the operation adjustment plan of the equipment in the station according to the status parameters of all the equipment in the station, and adjust the operation status of the equipment in the station. The server sends the operation adjustment plan and reminds the administrators of the equipment in each station to adjust the operation status of the equipment in the station in time.
[0069] figure 1 It shows a schematic diagram of a scenario of a device management system provided by an embodiment of the present application. Such as figure 1 As shown, the equipment management system 100 includes: an in-station equipment 110 and a server 120.
[0070] The station equipment 110 is equipment in the station of urban rail transit and is used to maintain the station operation. The on-site device 110 includes at least one on-site device, and each on-site device is connected to the server 120. The connection mode may be a wireless connection or a physical connection, which is not limited in this application. The equipment 110 in the station can be a gate, a ticket vending machine, an elevator, a screen door, etc., which is not limited in this application.
[0071] The server 120 is a background management device for the devices in the station, and includes at least one electronic device. The server 120 is connected to the equipment in each station to obtain the status parameters of the equipment in each station, and determine the operating status of the equipment in each station according to the status parameters. The server 120 may be an electronic device such as a mobile phone terminal, a computer, or a server that can send and receive information and perform data processing.
[0072] Understandable, figure 1 The structure shown is for illustration only, and the data processing system 100 may also include figure 1 More or fewer devices and/or components shown in.
[0073] figure 2 It shows a flowchart of a device management method provided by an embodiment of the present application. in figure 1 On the basis of the illustrated embodiment, such as figure 2 Shown in figure 1 The middle server is the execution subject, and the method of this embodiment may include:
[0074] S101. Obtain status parameters of devices in the station, where the status parameters include hardware parameters and operating parameters.
[0075] In this embodiment, the server receives the status parameters sent by the devices in each station, and performs subsequent analysis and processing according to the status parameters. The status parameters of the equipment in each station can include hardware parameters and operating parameters.
[0076] Among them, the hardware parameter is the basic information of the equipment in the station, which is used to uniquely identify a equipment in the station. The hardware parameters can include: equipment number, equipment name, equipment model, equipment life, installation location, online time, offline time, equipment status, production date, manufacturer, station name, etc. The basic information of the hardware parameters may also include the basic parameters of the equipment in the station, such as rated current and rated voltage.
[0077] Among them, the operating parameters are status information used to indicate the current operating conditions of the equipment in the station. The status information may include: device number, storage time, current, voltage, temperature, operating time, operating status, etc.
[0078] In order to better record the operation of the equipment in the station and analyze the status of the equipment in the station, the server can also record the historical events and maintenance information of the equipment in the station. Among them, historical events may include: event number, device number, event category, event level, occurrence time, event description, etc. The maintenance information may include: maintenance number, failure alarm number, failure category, equipment number, reporting personnel, reporting time, maintenance personnel, start time, end time, maintenance cost, etc.
[0079] In an example, before the server obtains the status parameters of the devices in the station, it also includes:
[0080] Send a data collection instruction to the equipment in the station, which is used to instruct the equipment in the station to start collecting status parameters.
[0081] In this example, the server sends data collection instructions to the devices in the station. After receiving the data collection instruction, the equipment in the station sends status parameters to the server. The server receives the status parameters sent by the equipment in the station, and performs subsequent analysis and processing according to the status parameters.
[0082] Among them, the frequency of sending the status parameter by the device in the station to the server can be real-time sending or sending at a fixed interval.
[0083] S102: Determine the operating status of the equipment in the station according to the status parameter, and the operating status includes a normal status and an abnormal status.
[0084] In this embodiment, the server obtains the status parameters of the devices in each station according to S101. The server judges whether the operating status of the equipment in a station is normal according to the status parameters of the equipment in the station.
[0085] In an example, the specific steps of the server determining the operating status of the equipment in a station according to the status parameters of the equipment in the station include:
[0086] Step 1. The server determines the normal operating parameters of the equipment in a station according to the hardware parameters of the equipment in the station.
[0087] In this step, when the hardware parameters of the equipment in the station include the normal operating parameters, the server can extract the normal operating parameters from the hardware parameters. When the hardware parameters of the equipment in the station do not include the normal operating parameters, the server can read the normal operating parameters of the equipment in the station from the memory according to the hardware parameters.
[0088] Among them, the normal operating parameters may include rated current, rated voltage, and rated temperature.
[0089] Wherein, the normal operating parameter may be a fixed value, for example, the normal operating parameter of voltage is 220 volts. The normal operating parameter may also be a fixed value and an allowable floating range. For example, the normal operating parameter of the current is 10±2 amperes. The normal operating parameter can also be a threshold range, such as 10-60 degrees Celsius.
[0090] Step 2. The server determines the actual operating parameters of the equipment in the station according to the operating parameters.
[0091] In this step, when the actual operating parameters are included in the operating parameters, the server can directly read the actual operating parameters from the operating parameters. When the actual operating parameters are not included in the operating parameters, the server can calculate the actual operating parameters according to the current operating parameters.
[0092] Among them, the actual operating parameter is a fixed value, which is used to represent the operating parameters of the equipment in the station at the time of collection.
[0093] Step 3. The server determines the operating status of the equipment in the station based on normal operating parameters and actual operating parameters.
[0094] In this step, the server can compare the parameters in the normal operation parameters of the equipment in the station and the actual operation parameters one by one. When the normal operating parameter is a numerical value, and the actual operating parameter value is equal to the normal operating parameter value, the server determines that the parameter is in a normal operating state. When the normal operating parameter is a numerical value and its floating range, and the actual operating parameter value is within the numerical range of the normal operating parameter, the server determines that the parameter is in a normal operating state. When the normal operating parameter is within the threshold range and the value of the actual operating parameter is within the threshold range of the normal operating parameter, the server determines that the parameter is in a normal operating state.
[0095] For example, in the normal operating parameters, the voltage is 220 volts, the current is 10 ± 2 amperes, and the temperature is 10-60 degrees Celsius. In the actual operating parameters, the voltage is 220 volts, the current is 11 amperes, and the temperature is 50 degrees Celsius. At this time, the voltage value of the actual operating parameter is consistent with the voltage value of the normal operating parameter, the current value of the actual operating parameter is within the value range of the current value of the normal operating parameter, and the temperature of the actual operating parameter is within the temperature threshold range of the normal operating parameter Inside. Therefore, the server determines that the operating status of the equipment in the station is normal.
[0096] In an example, the normal state includes a shutdown state and a normal operation state, and the abnormal state includes: a fault alarm state and an abnormal warning state.
[0097] In this example, the server first judges whether the equipment in the station is in a shutdown state based on the status parameters. If the equipment in the station is out of operation, confirm that the equipment in the station is in a normal state. Otherwise, the server obtains actual operating parameters and normal operating parameters according to the status parameters. Furthermore, based on the actual operating parameters and normal operating parameters, the server determines whether the equipment in the station is in a normal operating state. If the equipment in the station is in a normal operating state, confirm that the equipment in the station is in a normal state. Otherwise, the server confirms that the equipment in the station is abnormal.
[0098] When the server confirms that the equipment in the station is in an abnormal state, the server obtains the actual operating parameters of the abnormality, and judges the abnormal state of the equipment in the station as a fault alarm state or an abnormal alarm state according to the warning range and alarm range of the parameter. When multiple actual operating parameters of the equipment in the station are abnormal, if the abnormal state of the parameter is the fault alarm state, the abnormal state of the equipment in the station is considered to be the fault alarm state.
[0099] For example, the normal operating temperature of the equipment in a station is 10 degrees Celsius to 60 degrees Celsius. When the temperature of the equipment in the station exceeds 70 degrees or falls below 0 degrees, the equipment operation will fail. At this time, when the actual operating parameter is 65 degrees Celsius, the server determines that the abnormal state of the equipment in the station is an abnormal warning state. When the actual operating parameter is 75 degrees Celsius, the server determines that the abnormal state of the equipment in the station is a fault alarm state.
[0100] S103: When the running state is an abnormal state, send the running state.
[0101] In this embodiment, when the server determines that the operating state of the equipment in the station is an abnormal state according to S102, the server sends the abnormal state to remind the administrator to check and repair the equipment in the station in time. The sending method may be that the server sends the abnormal state to the display. The sending method may also be that the server sends the abnormal state to the administrator terminal by means of email, short message, etc.
[0102] In an example, when the operating state is an abnormal state, before sending the operating state, it further includes: determining the fault alarm information of the equipment in the station according to the state parameters.
[0103] In this example, when the operating status is abnormal, the server generates fault alarm information for the equipment in the station according to the status parameters. The server may send the fault alarm information and/or abnormal state.
[0104] Among them, the fault alarm information may include the fault number, equipment number, alarm time, fault category, fault level, fault description, etc.
[0105] The equipment management method provided by this application obtains the status parameters of the equipment in each station through a server, and determines the actual operating parameters and normal operating parameters of the equipment in the station. Furthermore, the server determines the operating status of the equipment in the station based on the normal operating parameters and actual operating parameters of the equipment in the station. When the running status is abnormal, the server reminds the administrator to check and repair the equipment in the station in time by sending the running status. This application obtains the status parameters of the equipment in the station, and determines the operating status of the equipment in the station according to the status parameters, and then sends the operating status to complete the monitoring of the equipment in each station, so that the administrator does not need to obtain the abnormality of the equipment in the station through inspection or fault feedback Status, so that the abnormal status of the equipment in the station can be found and dealt with in time, which increases the safety of the equipment in the station and improves the management efficiency of the equipment in the station.
[0106] image 3 It shows a flowchart of another device management method provided by an embodiment of the present application. in figure 1 with figure 2 On the basis of the illustrated embodiment, such as image 3 Shown in figure 1 The middle server is the main body of execution. When there are multiple devices in the station, the method of this embodiment may include:
[0107] S201. Obtain status parameters of devices in the station, where the status parameters include hardware parameters and operating parameters.
[0108] Among them, step S201 and figure 2 The implementation of step S101 in the embodiment is similar, and will not be repeated here in this embodiment.
[0109] S202. Determine an operation adjustment plan of the equipment in the station according to the state parameters, and the operation adjustment plan is used to adjust the operation of the equipment in the station.
[0110] In this embodiment, when there are multiple devices in the station, the server adjusts the subsequent operating states of the devices in the station according to the operating states of the devices in the multiple stations within a certain period of time to optimize the carrying capacity of the devices in the station.
[0111] In an example, the specific steps of the server determining the operation adjustment plan of the equipment in the station according to the state parameters may include:
[0112] Step 1. Determine the flow of people in the station and the operation of the equipment in the station according to the status parameters.
[0113] In this step, the server determines the flow of people at the station according to the status parameters. For example, the server calculates the flow of people entering the station based on the number of people passing through the security gate, or the server determines the flow of people at the station based on the flow of people passing through the gates.
[0114] The server can also determine the operating conditions of the equipment in each station according to the status parameters of the equipment in the station. The implementation of this process is similar figure 2 For the illustrated embodiment, this embodiment will not be repeated here.
[0115] Step 2. Determine the operation adjustment plan of the station equipment according to the flow of people in the station and the operation of the equipment in the station. The operation adjustment plan is used to adjust the operation of the equipment in the station.
[0116] In this step, the server calculates the current carrying capacity of the equipment in the station according to the operating conditions of the equipment in the station. The server determines whether it is necessary to adjust the operating conditions of the equipment in the station according to the carrying volume and the current station flow, so that the carrying capacity of the station equipment matches the current station flow. For example, increasing the number of gates can speed up the flow of people in the station, thereby increasing the carrying capacity. For example, reducing the number of gates can slow down the flow of people in the station and reduce the pressure on vehicles carrying people.
[0117] In another embodiment, the specific steps of the server determining the operation adjustment scheme of the equipment in the station according to the state parameters may further include:
[0118] Step 1. The server obtains the operation status of all the equipment in the station.
[0119] Step 2. When the equipment in the station fails, the server draws up alternative schemes based on the operation of other equipment in the station to reduce the impact caused by the equipment in the station.
[0120] For example, when a certain gate fails, the server can determine whether a new gate needs to be opened and the newly opened gate based on the location of the faulty gate and the flow of people in and around the gate within a certain period of time. The location and number of gates. For example, when an elevator fails, in order to ensure that there are not too many people passing through the stairs and elevators, some turnstiles can be closed to limit the flow of people.
[0121] S203. According to the operation adjustment plan, the operation adjustment plan of the equipment in the station is sent.
[0122] In this embodiment, the server can send the operation adjustment plan of each station device to the display, and remind the administrator to adjust the operation status of each station device in time through the display mode of the display. The server can also send the operation adjustment plan of each station equipment to the administrator terminal of each station equipment via email, short message, etc., to remind the administrator to adjust the operation of each station equipment in time.
[0123] In the device management method provided by this application, the server obtains the status parameters of the devices in each station. The server determines the flow of people at the station according to the status parameters of the equipment in the station, and then adjusts the current operation adjustment plan of the equipment in the station according to the flow of people at the station and the operation of the equipment within a certain period of time. The server can also provide the operation adjustment plan of the station equipment in time according to the status parameters of the station equipment when the station equipment fails to ensure the carrying capacity of the station. The server sends the operation adjustment plan and reminds the administrator to adjust the operation of the equipment in the station in time. This application obtains the status parameters of the equipment in the station, and determines the operation adjustment plan of the equipment in the station according to the status parameters, and then sends the operation adjustment plan to realize the adjustment of the operation of the equipment in the station, optimize the operation of the equipment in the station, and enable the transportation of the equipment in the station. The volume is more in line with the demand for the flow of people in the station, which improves the management efficiency of the equipment in the station.
[0124] Figure 4 Shows a schematic structural diagram of a device management apparatus provided by an embodiment of the present application, such as Figure 4 As shown, the equipment management apparatus 10 of this embodiment is used to implement operations corresponding to the server in any of the foregoing method embodiments, and the equipment management apparatus 10 of this embodiment may include:
[0125] The acquiring module 11 is used to acquire the status parameters of the equipment in the station, and the status parameters include hardware parameters and operating parameters.
[0126] The first determining module 12 is used to determine the operating status of the equipment in the station according to the status parameters, and the operating status includes a normal status and an abnormal status.
[0127] The first sending module 13 is used to send the running status when the running status is abnormal.
[0128] In an example, the normal state includes a shutdown state and a normal operation state, and the abnormal state includes: a fault alarm state and an abnormal warning state.
[0129] The device management apparatus 10 provided by the embodiment of the present application can execute the foregoing method embodiment. For specific implementation principles and technical effects, refer to the foregoing method embodiment, and this embodiment will not be repeated here.
[0130] Figure 5 Shows a schematic structural diagram of another device management apparatus provided by an embodiment of the present application. Figure 4 On the basis of the illustrated embodiment, such as Figure 5 As shown, the equipment management apparatus 10 of this embodiment is used to implement operations corresponding to the server in any of the foregoing method embodiments, and the equipment management apparatus 10 of this embodiment further includes:
[0131] The second determining module 14 is used to determine the operation adjustment plan of the equipment in the station according to the state parameters, and the operation adjustment plan is used to adjust the operation of the equipment in the station;
[0132] The first sending module 13 is also used to send the operation adjustment plan of the equipment in the station according to the operation adjustment plan.
[0133] The device management apparatus 10 provided by the embodiment of the present application can execute the foregoing method embodiment. For specific implementation principles and technical effects, refer to the foregoing method embodiment, and this embodiment will not be repeated here.
[0134] Image 6 Shows a schematic structural diagram of still another device management apparatus provided by an embodiment of the present application. Figure 4 with Figure 5 On the basis of the illustrated embodiment, such as Image 6 As shown, the equipment management apparatus 10 of this embodiment is used to implement operations corresponding to the server in any of the foregoing method embodiments, and the first determining module 12 of this embodiment further includes:
[0135] The first determining submodule 121 is configured to determine the normal operating parameters of the equipment in the station according to the hardware parameters;
[0136] The second determining submodule 122 is configured to determine the actual operating parameters of the equipment in the station according to the operating parameters;
[0137] The third determining submodule 123 is configured to determine the operating state of the equipment in the station according to the normal operating parameters and actual operating parameters.
[0138] The device management apparatus 10 provided by the embodiment of the present application can execute the foregoing method embodiment. For specific implementation principles and technical effects, refer to the foregoing method embodiment, and this embodiment will not be repeated here.
[0139] Figure 7 Shows a schematic structural diagram of another device management apparatus provided by an embodiment of the present application. Figure 4 to Figure 6 On the basis of the illustrated embodiment, such as Figure 7 As shown, the equipment management apparatus 10 of this embodiment is used to implement operations corresponding to the server in any of the foregoing method embodiments, and the equipment management apparatus 10 of this embodiment further includes:
[0140] The second sending module 15 is configured to send a data collection instruction to the on-site device, and the data collection instruction is used to instruct the on-site device to start collecting state parameters.
[0141] The device management apparatus 10 provided by the embodiment of the present application can execute the foregoing method embodiment. For specific implementation principles and technical effects, refer to the foregoing method embodiment, and this embodiment will not be repeated here.
[0142] Figure 8 Shows a schematic structural diagram of another device management apparatus provided by an embodiment of the present application. Figure 4 to Figure 7 On the basis of the illustrated embodiment, such as Figure 8 As shown, the equipment management apparatus 10 of this embodiment is used to implement operations corresponding to the server in any of the foregoing method embodiments, and the second determining module 14 of this embodiment further includes:
[0143] The fourth determining sub-module 141 is configured to determine an operation adjustment plan of the station equipment according to the state parameters and the flow of people in the station, and the operation adjustment plan is used to adjust the operation condition of the station equipment;
[0144] The fifth determining submodule 142 is configured to determine an operation adjustment plan of the station device according to the status information of the plurality of in-station devices, and the operation adjustment plan is used to adjust the operation condition of the station device.
[0145] The device management apparatus 10 provided by the embodiment of the present application can execute the foregoing method embodiment. For specific implementation principles and technical effects, refer to the foregoing method embodiment, and this embodiment will not be repeated here.
[0146] Picture 9 Shows a schematic structural diagram of a device management system provided by an embodiment of the present application. Such as Picture 9 As shown, the system is used to implement the operations of any of the foregoing method embodiments, and the device management system 200 of this embodiment may include:
[0147] The station device 210 is used to send status parameters to the server 220.
[0148] When the on-site device 210 includes a preset data interface, the on-site device 210 may send state parameters to the server 220 through the preset data interface. For example, when the equipment 210 in the station is an elevator, the elevator sends status parameters to the server 220 through a preset data interface.
[0149] When the on-site device 210 includes a preset data module, the on-site device 210 can obtain the state parameter of the on-site device 210 through the preset data module, and send the state parameter to the server 220. The data module may be an independent device installed on the equipment 210 in the station, or may be a software module loaded on the equipment 210 in the station, which is not limited in this application. For example, when the device in the station is a turnstile, the turnstile pre-installs a data module in the turnstile, obtains the state parameters of the turnstile through the data module, and sends the state parameters to the server 220.
[0150] The server 220 is configured to receive the status parameter sent by the device 210 in the station, and execute the above-mentioned status parameter according to the status parameter Figure 1 to Figure 3 The device management method shown.
[0151] Such as Picture 9 As shown, the server 220 may include: a disk array 221, a main database server 222, a standby database server 223, a metadata storage server 226, a data mining warning server 227, a diagnosis result server 228, a data display server 229, and a display 224.
[0152] Among them, each component in the server 220 may be different modules in a server. When each component in the server 220 is a mutually independent device, or a plurality of devices composed of some components, the server 220 may also include an optical fiber 225.
[0153] The device management system 200 provided by the embodiment of the present application can execute the foregoing method embodiment. For specific implementation principles and technical effects, refer to the foregoing method embodiment, and this embodiment will not be repeated here.
[0154] The present application also provides a computer-readable storage medium, which includes a computer program, and the computer program is used to implement the container-based data processing method in the above embodiment.
[0155] In the several embodiments provided in this application, it should be understood that the disclosed device and method may be implemented in other ways. For example, the device embodiments described above are only illustrative. For example, the division of modules is only a logical function division. In actual implementation, there may be other division methods, for example, multiple modules can be combined or integrated into another. A system or some features can be ignored or not implemented. In addition, the displayed or discussed mutual coupling or direct coupling or communication connection may be indirect coupling or communication connection through some interfaces, devices or modules, and may be in electrical, mechanical or other forms.
[0156] The modules described as separate components may or may not be physically separated, and the components displayed as modules may or may not be physical units, that is, they may be located in one place, or they may be distributed on multiple network units. Some or all of the modules may be selected according to actual needs to achieve the objectives of the solutions of the embodiments.
[0157] In addition, the functional modules in the various embodiments of the present application may be integrated into one processing unit, or each module may exist alone physically, or two or more modules may be integrated into one unit. The units formed by the above-mentioned modules can be realized in the form of hardware, or in the form of hardware plus software functional units.
[0158] The above-mentioned integrated module implemented in the form of a software function module may be stored in a computer readable storage medium. The above-mentioned software function module is stored in a storage medium and includes several instructions to make a computer device (which may be a personal computer, a server, or a network device, etc.) or a processor execute part of the steps of the method in each embodiment of the present application.
[0159] It should be understood that the foregoing processor may be a central processing unit (Central Processing Unit, CPU), or may also be other general-purpose processors, digital signal processors (Digital Signal Processor, DSP), and Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC). Wait. The general-purpose processor may be a microprocessor or the processor may also be any conventional processor or the like. The steps of the method disclosed in combination with the invention can be directly embodied as being executed and completed by a hardware processor, or executed and completed by a combination of hardware and software modules in the processor.
[0160] The memory may include high-speed random access memory (Random Access Memory, RAM), and may also include non-volatile memory (Non-Volatile Memory, NVM), such as at least one disk memory, and may also be a U disk, a mobile hard disk, or Read memory, disks or CDs, etc.
[0161] The bus may be an Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) bus, a Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) bus or an Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA) bus. The bus can be divided into address bus, data bus, control bus, etc. For ease of representation, the buses in the drawings of this application are not limited to only one bus or one type of bus.
[0162] The above-mentioned computer-readable storage medium may be implemented by any type of volatile or non-volatile storage device or a combination thereof, such as static random-access memory (Static Random-Access Memory, SRAM), electrically erasable and programmable Read-only memory (Electrically-Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory, EEPROM), Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EPROM), Programmable Read-only Memory (PROM), only Read-only memory (Read-OnlyMemory, ROM), magnetic memory, flash memory, magnetic disk or optical disk. The storage medium may be any available medium that can be accessed by a general-purpose or special-purpose computer.
[0163] A person of ordinary skill in the art can understand that all or part of the steps in the foregoing method embodiments can be implemented by a program instructing relevant hardware. The aforementioned program can be stored in a computer readable storage medium. When the program is executed, it executes the steps including the foregoing method embodiments. The aforementioned storage media include: ROM, RAM, magnetic disks or optical disks and other media that can store program codes.
[0164] Finally, it should be noted that the above embodiments are only used to illustrate the technical solutions of the present application, but not to limit them. Although the application has been described in detail with reference to the foregoing embodiments, those of ordinary skill in the art should understand that they can still modify the technical solutions described in the foregoing embodiments, or equivalently replace some or all of the technical features. . However, these modifications or replacements do not cause the essence of the corresponding technical solutions to deviate from the scope of the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present application.

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