Each FOH terminal writes debugging information to a debout file in the local TMP folder that is specific to the terminal.
In Aloha versions 5.3.20 and lower, the FOH debouts are labeled using the terminal's ID number. For example, terminal one writes to DEBOUT.01, terminal two writes to DEBOUT.02, and so on.
In Aloha versions 5.3.21 and higher, the FOH debouts are labeled using the DOB and the terminal's ID number. For example, terminal one writes to DEBOUT.yyyymmdd.01 (where yyy is the year from the DOB, mm is the month from the DOB, and dd is the day from the DOB), terminal two writes to DEBOUT.yyyymmdd.02, and so on. In some cases, FOH debouts may appear in the TMP folder on the file server, or a FOH terminal may contain a debout from other terminals. Ignore these files since they may be out of date. Always use the FOH debout file from the terminal it is specific to.
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