Commit fc0f6e57 authored by Matteo Quintiliani's avatar Matteo Quintiliani

Added parameters UserDAP and PassDAP


git-svn-id: file:///home/quintiliani/svncopy/nmxptool/trunk@895 3cd66e75-5955-46cb-a940-c26e5fc5497d
parent 65795a8e
......@@ -5,6 +5,7 @@ nmxptool Release History
* Release 1.2.0 (2008/03/07)
- Reorganized structure of directories.
Compilation in a single shot of configure and make.
- Added UserDAP and PassDAP in Earthworm configuration files.
* Release 1.1.8 (2008/03/03)
- Added management of channel sample sequences.
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......@@ -28,9 +28,9 @@ NmxpPortPDS 28000 # Port number of NaqsServer (Default 28
NmxpPortDAP 28002 # Port number of DataServer(Default 28002)
# It is equivalent to the option -D.
#UserDAP myuser # DataServer user name. Comment if 'none'.
#UserDAP mtheo # DataServer user name. Commented if 'none'.
# It is equivalent to the option -u.
#PassDAP mypass # DataServer password. Comment if 'none'.
#PassDAP mypass # DataServer password. Commented if 'none'.
# It is equivalent to the option -p.
MaxTolerableLatency 120 # Max tolerable latency for each channel. (Default 600 sec.)
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......@@ -48,6 +48,8 @@ Nanometrics server and connection parameters:<br>
<a href="#NmxpHost">NmxpHost</a> required<br>
<a href="#NmxpPortPDS">NmxpPortPDS</a> optional<br>
<a href="#NmxpPortDAP">NmxpPortDAP</a> optional<br>
<a href="#UserDAP">UserDAP</a> optional<br>
<a href="#PassDAP">PassDAP</a> optional<br>
<a href="#ForceTraceBuf1">ForceTraceBuf1</a> optional<br>
<a href="#MaxTolerableLatency">MaxTolerableLatency</a> optional<br>
<a href="#MaxDataToRetrieve">MaxDataToRetrieve</a> optional<br>
......@@ -235,6 +237,13 @@ commonly 28000.
<pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>Default: 28000<br>Example: NmxpPortPDS 28000</pre>
</blockquote>
<hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes -->
<pre><a name="PassDAP"><b>PassDAP <font color="red">password</font> ReadConfig nmxptool parameters<br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></a></pre>
<blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Specifies the <font
color="red">password</font> for the DataServer (<a href="#NmxpHost">NmxpHost</a>). Leave commented if password in DataServer.ini is set to &quot;none&quot;.
<pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>Default: none<br>Example: PassDAP mypass</pre>
</blockquote>
<hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes -->
<pre><a name="RingName"><b>RingName <font color="red">ring</font> ReadConfig Earthworm setup<br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></a></pre>
<blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Indicates which
......@@ -252,6 +261,13 @@ memory region.
<pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>Default: 0 (No Time-out)<br>Example: TimeoutRecv 15</pre>
</blockquote>
<hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes -->
<pre><a name="UserDAP"><b>UserDAP <font color="red">username</font> ReadConfig nmxptool parameters<br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></a></pre>
<blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Specifies the <font
color="red">username</font> for the DataServer (<a href="#NmxpHost">NmxpHost</a>). Leave commented if username in DataServer.ini is set to &quot;none&quot;.
<pre><!-- Default and example go here --><br>Default: none<br>Example: UserDAP mtheo</pre>
</blockquote>
<hr><!-- command name as anchor inside quotes -->
<pre><a name="Verbosity"><b>Verbosity </b></a><b><font color="red">level</font></b><b> ReadConfig Earthworm setup <br></b><!-- command args ... --> <br></pre>
<blockquote><!-- command description goes here --> Specifies the <b><font
......@@ -305,6 +321,10 @@ NmxpPortPDS 28000 # Port number of NaqsServer (Default 28
NmxpPortDAP 28002 # Port number of DataServer(Default 28002)
# It is equivalent to the option -D.
#UserDAP mtheo # DataServer user name. Comment if 'none'.
# It is equivalent to the option -u.
#PassDAP mypass # DataServer password. Comment if 'none'.
# It is equivalent to the option -p.
MaxTolerableLatency 120 # Max tolerable latency for each channel. (Default 600 sec.)
# In general, DO NOT use with parameter TimeoutRecv.
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