source: trunk/params/wave_viewer.d @ 3217

Revision 3217, 3.9 KB checked in by paulf, 12 years ago (diff)

did a params update for 7.2

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1#    #  (comment)
2#    Any line that starts with '#' is treated as a comment. 
3#    There does not need to be a <space> after the <pound>,
4#    as was the case in versions <= 1.25.
5#
6
7# server
8#    This is the IP address and port of the wave_server that wave_viewer
9#                should connect to.
10#    The format is "XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX PORT#"
11#
12
13# Wave_Server
14server 127.0.0.1 16030
15
16
17
18# start
19#    Sets the start time of the display (seconds since 1970).
20#
21
22# scale
23#    Sets the scale is the maximum +/- value that can be displayed
24#    for each band.  If a value in the trace is greater than the
25#    scale, it will be truncated to the scale value.  The "scale"
26#    config command provides a method for making the scale values
27#    for all channels the same. 
28#
29#scale 500
30
31
32# band
33#    Sets the starting height of each band in pixels.  Wave_viewer will
34#    attempt to fit as many bands on the screen as possible, given the
35#    band height.
36#
37band 50
38
39
40# TimeTillUnblock
41#    Time in seconds that wave_viewer will wait before unblocking
42#                blocked traces.  It can be useful to set this value to a low
43#                number (5), if you are trying to view trace at the bleeding
44#                edge of the tank. 
45#                WARNING!! the lower the number is set, the larger the load
46#    placed on wave_viewer and it's corresponding WAVE SERVER will be. 
47#                So please try to use a number closer to 25 (the default) if you
48#                are not needing to look at bleeding edge data.
49#
50# TimeTillUnblock 5
51
52
53# auto_scroll
54#    When in auto_scroll mode, this is the automated window scrolling
55#                interval (in seconds). 
56#                NOTE:  due to other constraints, the minimum scrolling value
57#                is 0.5 seconds.  Setting this value below 0.5 will not cause
58#                wave_viewer to scroll more often.  Setting this value above
59#    0.5 will cause wave_viewer to scroll less frequently.
60#
61# auto_scroll 1.0
62
63
64# gulp
65#    The maximum amount of trace (in seconds) to request from
66#    wave_server in a single request.  Wave_viewer will never
67#    ask for more than "gulp" seconds of data in a single
68#    request.  If wave_viewer wants 60 seconds of data, and
69#    "gulp" is set to 10, then it will make 6 "10 second"
70#    requests to get the 60 seconds of data.
71#
72gulp 10
73
74
75# cache
76#    This is the local cache size in # of samples.  So if you
77#    have 200hz data, and you set the cache size to 20000, then
78#    wave_viewer will cache 100 seconds of data.  If you had
79#    1 hz data then wave_viewer would cache 20000 seconds of data.
80#    WARNING!!  The total amount of memory that wave_viewer will
81#    attempt to grab is equal to 3MB + (# of channels in the given
82#    wave_server) * (cache size) * (sizeof(int)).  So if you
83#    connect to a wave_server that serves 100 channels, and you set
84#    cache to 20000, then memory usage should be close to
85#    3000kb + (100 * 20k * 4b) = 11000kb = 11MB.  (4 is sizeof(int))
86#
87#    20000 is 200 seconds worth of 100hz data.  (80kb/channel)
88cache 20000 
89
90
91# max_trace
92#    Maximum number of traces that wave_viewer will handle.  If a
93#    wave_server serves more than <max_trace> channels, then
94#    wave_viewer will pay attention to only the first <max_trace>
95#    channels, ignoring the rest.
96max_trace 128
97
98
99# group
100#    Denotes the beginning of a block of lines that describe a group
101#    of channels.  Groups can then be selected from the wave_viewer
102#    menu bar, in order to view only a subset of channels, in the
103#    order specified in the config file.  When specifying groups in
104#    the config file, use the following format:
105#    group <GROUP_NAME>
106#     <STA1> <CHAN1> <NET1>
107#     <STA2> <CHAN2> <NET2>
108#     <STA3> <CHAN3> <NET3>
109#    <BLANK LINE WITH NO SPACES>
110#
111
112group Z_Sites
113        CH00 SHZ SR
114        CH03 SHZ SR
115
116group 012_Sites
117        CH00 SHZ SR
118        CH01 SHE SR
119        CH02 SHN SR
120
121group All
122        CH00 SHZ SR
123        CH01 SHE SR
124        CH02 SHN SR
125        CH03 SHZ SR
126        MARK GPS SR
127
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