Commit 29fe1a32 authored by Matteo Quintiliani's avatar Matteo Quintiliani

Up to date earthworm configuration

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<h1>Earthworm Modules: <br> <h1>Earthworm Modules: <br>
nmxptool configuration file </h1> nmxptool configuration file </h1>
<i>(last revised 31 March, 2008)</i></center> <i>(last revised 22 October, 2010)</i></center>
Page Index:<br> Page Index:<br>
1. <a href="#function">Functional command listing</a><br> 1. <a href="#function">Functional command listing</a><br>
2. <a href="#alphabet">Alphabetic command listing &amp; description</a><br> 2. <a href="#alphabet">Alphabetic command listing &amp; description</a><br>
...@@ -52,6 +52,7 @@ Nanometrics server and connection parameters:<br> ...@@ -52,6 +52,7 @@ Nanometrics server and connection parameters:<br>
<a href="#PassDAP">PassDAP</a> optional<br> <a href="#PassDAP">PassDAP</a> optional<br>
<a href="#ForceTraceBuf1">ForceTraceBuf1</a> optional<br> <a href="#ForceTraceBuf1">ForceTraceBuf1</a> optional<br>
<a href="#MaxTolerableLatency">MaxTolerableLatency</a> optional<br> <a href="#MaxTolerableLatency">MaxTolerableLatency</a> optional<br>
<a href="#ShortTermCompletion">ShortTermCompletion</a> optional<br>
<a href="#MaxDataToRetrieve">MaxDataToRetrieve</a> optional<br> <a href="#MaxDataToRetrieve">MaxDataToRetrieve</a> optional<br>
<a href="#TimeoutRecv">TimeoutRecv</a> optional<br> <a href="#TimeoutRecv">TimeoutRecv</a> optional<br>
<a href="#mschan">mschan</a> optional<br> <a href="#mschan">mschan</a> optional<br>
...@@ -205,8 +206,7 @@ stdout and stderr is suppressed. ...@@ -205,8 +206,7 @@ stdout and stderr is suppressed.
<hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes --> <hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes -->
<pre><a name="MaxTolerableLatency"><b>MaxTolerableLatency <font color="red">seconds</font> ReadConfig nmxptool parameters<br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></a></pre> <pre><a name="MaxTolerableLatency"><b>MaxTolerableLatency <font color="red">seconds</font> ReadConfig nmxptool parameters<br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></a></pre>
<blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Specifies the max tolerable latency for raw stream connection. For enabling NaqsServer to send out retransmission requests for missed packets set RetxRequest (read <a href="#advanced_description">Advanced Description</a>). <blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Specifies the max tolerable latency for raw stream connection. For enabling NaqsServer to send out retransmission requests for missed packets set RetxRequest (read <a href="#advanced_description">Advanced Description</a>).
If RetxRequest is not enabled then <a href="#MaxTolerableLatency">MaxTolerableLatency</a> is ineffective.\n\ If RetxRequest is not enabled then <a href="#MaxTolerableLatency">MaxTolerableLatency</a> is ineffective. Range is [60..600]. NOT use with parameter <a href="#ShortTermCompletion">ShortTermCompletion</a>.
Range is [60..600].
<pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>Default: 600<br>Example: MaxTolerableLatency 200</pre> <pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>Default: 600<br>Example: MaxTolerableLatency 200</pre>
</blockquote> </blockquote>
...@@ -273,6 +273,21 @@ memory region. ...@@ -273,6 +273,21 @@ memory region.
<pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>Default: none<br>Example: RingName WAVE_RING<br></pre> <pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>Default: none<br>Example: RingName WAVE_RING<br></pre>
</blockquote> </blockquote>
<hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes -->
<pre><a name="ShortTermCompletion"><b>ShortTermCompletion <font color="red">seconds</font> ReadConfig nmxptool parameters<br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></a></pre>
<blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Specifies the Short-Term-Completion for Buffered stream connection. Ranges:<br />
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<td><b>0</b></td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td> decompressed packets are received in chronological order without waiting for missing packets.</td>
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<td><b>[1..300]</b></td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td> decompressed packets are received in chronological order but waiting for missing packets at most SECs seconds.</td>
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NOT use with parameter <a href="#MaxTolerableLatency">MaxTolerableLatency</a>.
<pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>No default<br>Example: ShortTermCompletion 120</pre>
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<hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes --> <hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes -->
<pre><a name="TimeoutRecv"><b>TimeoutRecv <font color="red">seconds</font> ReadConfig nmxptool parameters<br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></a></pre> <pre><a name="TimeoutRecv"><b>TimeoutRecv <font color="red">seconds</font> ReadConfig nmxptool parameters<br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></a></pre>
<blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Specifies time-out for flushing buffered packets for each channel. Useful for Data On Demand (i.e. channel HN? or HL?). It sets <a href="#mschan">mschan</a> to 0/0. Range is [10..300]. <blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Specifies time-out for flushing buffered packets for each channel. Useful for Data On Demand (i.e. channel HN? or HL?). It sets <a href="#mschan">mschan</a> to 0/0. Range is [10..300].
...@@ -370,7 +385,15 @@ NmxpPortDAP 28002 # Port number of DataServer(Default 280 ...@@ -370,7 +385,15 @@ NmxpPortDAP 28002 # Port number of DataServer(Default 280
#PassDAP mypass # DataServer password. Commented if 'none'. #PassDAP mypass # DataServer password. Commented if 'none'.
# It is equivalent to the option -p. # It is equivalent to the option -p.
MaxTolerableLatency 120 # Max tolerable latency for each channel. #ShortTermCompletion 60 # ShortTermCompletion, NOT use 'MaxTolerableLatency'.
# 0 decompressed packets are received in chronological
# order without waiting for missing packets.
# [1..300] decompressed packets are received in
# chronological order but waiting for missing packets
# at most SECs seconds.
MaxTolerableLatency 60 # Raw Stream, NOT use 'ShortTermCompletion'.
# Max tolerable latency for each channel.
# (Default 600 sec.) [60..600]. # (Default 600 sec.) [60..600].
# Enable NaqsServer to send out retransmission requests # Enable NaqsServer to send out retransmission requests
# for missed packets. Inside the section NetworkInterface # for missed packets. Inside the section NetworkInterface
...@@ -426,12 +449,13 @@ DefaultNetworkCode IV # Default network code where in 'Channe ...@@ -426,12 +449,13 @@ DefaultNetworkCode IV # Default network code where in 'Channe
# Condition: TotalNumberOfChannels * (mSECs/nC) < 15 sec. # Condition: TotalNumberOfChannels * (mSECs/nC) < 15 sec.
# Related to -F and -b. 0/0 for disabling. # Related to -F and -b. 0/0 for disabling.
ChannelFile /home/ew/naqs1a.list.txt # List of channel patterns, as in 'Channel'. One for each line. ChannelFile /home/ew/nmxptool.list.txt # List of channel patterns, as in 'Channel'. One for each line.
# This file will not be modified by nmxptool. # This file will not be modified by nmxptool.
# Load/Save time of last sample of each channel in a file # Load/Save time of last sample of each channel in a file
# with the same name, same directory, appending suffix ".nmxpstate" # with the same name, same directory, appending suffix ".nmxpstate"
# Allow data continuity between program restarts. # It enables request of recent packets in order to allow data
# Related to 'MaxDataToRetrieve', it enables request of recent packets. # continuity when short disconnections occur or between program restarts.
# Related to 'MaxDataToRetrieve',
# It is equivalent to the option -F. Related to 'MaxDataToRetrieve'. # It is equivalent to the option -F. Related to 'MaxDataToRetrieve'.
# DO NOT USE parameters 'Channel' and 'ChannelFile' together. # DO NOT USE parameters 'Channel' and 'ChannelFile' together.
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