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After an upgrade, reports are not displaying on Additional Web Server

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Created by Interspire Import, last modified by Richard Casey on Dec 14, 2018

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During an upgrade, reports and report schemas are not automatically moved from your primary Orion NPM server to your Orion Additional Web Server. The following procedure completes the required migration.

To migrate reports from a primary Orion NPM server to an additional web server, copy the following files from your Orion NPM Server to the corresponding location on your Additional Web Server:

  • The Orion Report Writer schema file: OrionReportWriter.schema
    Note: The default location for this file is.C:\Program Files(x86)\SolarWinds\Orion\
  • Note that each Orion module has an Orionreportwriter. schema file so if these exist then these should also be copied across to the Additional Web Server. These would be listed like:-



  • The Orion Reports folder
    Note: The default location for this folder is C:\Program Files(x86)\SolarWinds\Orion\Reports\.
If you have some reports on additional polling engines that are not already stored on the primary polling engine, after completing an upgrade, these reports must be copied to the Orion Reports folder on the primary polling engine (the default location for this folder is C:\Program Files(x86)\SolarWinds\Orion\Reports\). In NPM version 10.5 and higher, these reports will be stored in the database.

This article applies to:
All versions of Orion Network Performance Monitor

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