Below is the list of the AMSP configuration files and their descriptions:
This is used during the installation of AMSP. The AMSP installer will create registries according to the information in this xml file.
This is used during the installation of AMSP. The AMSP installer will create registries temporarily according to the information in this xml file. The registries will be removed after the installation.
When triggering an update, AMSP will take a snapshot before the update. This configuration is generated when AMSP is taking a snapshot. The current registry will be exported to this configuration file.
When taking a snapshot, the backed up list of files are recorded in this configuration file.
This is generated during installation. This file records the information on each component installed in the current target machine. When a component is updated from AU, the corresponding item in component_info.cfg will be also updated by AMPS.
The component information includes “component version”, “binary folder” and others.
This records the information on feature-component mapping. Each feature consists of a set of components and each component can belong to more than one feature. If a product actives 3 features, AMSP will install only the components in the 3 feature set.
This records the mapping between the configuration id and its decimal value.
This records the state of each feature installed in the target machine. There are four types of feature state:
Feature state Description Enabled Can load and can update Disabled Cannot load, cannot update Not Update Can load but cannot update Removed Cannot load, cannot update, and deleted binaries
The configuration in this file is set by the AMSP context. Each AMSP context can have its own setting.
This records the file list that will be backed up while taking a snapshot.
The configuration in the file is global setting. All the contexts share the same configure ID (such as “
<AMSP_CFG_SP_MODULE_LOAD data_type="bool">0</AMSP_CFG_SP_MODULE_LOAD>”, which is the configuration to open/close check).