Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of v4.0


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01/17/12 15:54:07 (8 years ago)
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  • v4.0

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    2 = v4.0 = 
     1{{{ 
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    33 
    44From bogaert@gldmutt.cr.usgs.gov Mon Aug 16 11:43:00 1999 
    5  
    65Date: Mon, 16 Aug 1999 12:20:59 -0600 
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    86From: Barbara Bogaert <bogaert@gldmutt.cr.usgs.gov> 
    9  
    107To: earthw-list@nmt.edu, David Kragness <davek@katylyst.com> 
    11  
    128Subject: Earthworm Version 4.0 
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    1511 
    1612You can download the release from our new ftp site: 
    17  
    1813        ghtftp.cr.usgs.gov:pub/OUTGOING/earthworm/release_v4.0 
    1914 
    20 v4.0 is the official Y2K compliant release of Earthworm. It was verified that all critical modules correctly function during the following time intervals: 
    21 {{{ 
     15v4.0 is the official Y2K compliant release of Earthworm. It was verified 
     16that all critical modules correctly function during the following 
     17time intervals: 
     18 
    2219 o Dec 31, 1999 - Jan 1, 2000 
    2320 o Feb 28, 2000 - Feb 29, 2000 
    2421 o Feb 29, 2000 - Mar 1, 2000 
    2522 o Dec 31, 2000 - Jan 1, 2001 
    26 }}} 
    27  
    28 Critical modules are all those modules which enable Earthworm to trigger on and locate an earthquake and save associated waveforms to disk. 
    29  
    30 Testing was performed under both Solaris and NT operating systems using trace data for two Northern California earthquakes (provided in run_test/data directory). The date stamps of this trace data was shifted to correspond to each testing period. In addition, the system clock on the computer was also set to the time in the future being tested. 
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    3224 
    33 == IMPORTANT CHANGE- AFFECTS ALL MODULES == 
     25Critical modules are all those modules which enable Earthworm to  
     26 trigger on and locate an earthquake and save associated waveforms to  
     27disk. 
    3428 
    35 All installation ids and global message types are now defined in a file called earthworm_global.d  (earthworm_inst.d has been expanded and renamed). The values defined in earthworm_global.d are critical to proper communication and data attribution among Earthworm systems around the globe. 
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    37 A copy of earthworm_global.d must be placed in the EW_PARAMS directory (the official copy lives in the vX.X/environment directory). 
    38  
    39    DO NOT make any changes to this file.  !!!! The contents of this file are under the control of Earthworm Central. Please direct any requested additions or changes to: Barbara Bogaert    bogaert@usgs.gov 
     29Testing was performed under both Solaris and NT operating systems using 
     30trace data for two Northern California earthquakes (provided in  
     31run_test/data directory). The date stamps of this trace data was shifted  
     32to correspond to each testing period. In addition, the system clock on  
     33the computer was also set to the time in the future being tested. 
    4034 
    4135 
    42 == NEW MODULES == 
     36IMPORTANT CHANGE- AFFECTS ALL MODULES 
     37************************************* 
     38************************************* 
     39All installation ids and global message types are now defined in 
     40a file called earthworm_global.d  (earthworm_inst.d has been 
     41expanded and renamed). The values defined in earthworm_global.d are  
     42critical to proper communication and data attribution among Earthworm  
     43systems around the globe. 
    4344 
    44 === waveman2disk === 
     45A copy of earthworm_global.d must be placed in the EW_PARAMS directory  
     46(the official copy lives in the vX.X/environment directory). 
    4547 
    46 Not really a module, but a manual, interactive version of trig2disk. Its purpose is to manually request trace data from !WaveServers and save it to disk in various supported formats. It has two modes: triglist and interactive. In triglist mode, it reads a file containing one or more TYPE_TRIGLIST2K messages, then requests and writes out corresponding snippets of trace data. In the interactive mode, it prompts the user for the start time and  duration of snippets, then gets that data from the !WaveServers and writes it out to disk. See the README in src/waveman2disk directory. 
     48   DO NOT make any changes to this file.  !!!! 
     49The contents of this file are under the control of Earthworm Central. 
     50Please direct any requested additions or changes to: 
     51             Barbara Bogaert    bogaert@usgs.gov 
     52 
     53 
     54NEW MODULES 
     55******************** 
     56waveman2disk: Not really a module, but a manual, interactive version 
     57   of trig2disk. Its purpose is to manually request trace data from 
     58   WaveServers and save it to disk in various supported formats.  
     59   It has two modes: triglist and interactive. In triglist mode, it 
     60   reads a file containing one or more TYPE_TRIGLIST2K messages, then 
     61   requests and writes out corresponding snippets of trace data. In  
     62   the interactive mode, it prompts the user for the start time and 
     63   duration of snippets, then gets that data from the WaveServers and 
     64   writes it out to disk. See the README in src/waveman2disk directory 
    4765   for more details.  
    4866 
    49 == EARTHWORM DOCUMENTATION == 
     67EARTHWORM DOCUMENTATION 
     68****************************** 
    5069 
    51 The Earthworm web site has been upgraded to be consistent with Version 4.0.  
     70The Earthworm web site has been upgraded to be consistent with 
     71Version 4.0.  
    5272 
    53 == CONTRIBUTED SOFTWARE == 
     73CONTRIBUTED SOFTWARE 
     74******************** 
    5475 
    55 Many Earthworm modules have been developed at regional networks to meet their specific needs.  Since some of these may be useful to other networks, we make these available at the Earthworm ftp site in the Contributed_software directory.  Currently, you will find modules developed at USGS Menlo Park, University of Memphis,  University of Washington and University of Alaska, Fairbanks. 
     76Many Earthworm modules have been developed at regional networks to meet  
     77their specific needs.  Since some of these may be useful to other  
     78networks, we make these available at the Earthworm ftp site in the  
     79Contributed_software directory.  Currently, you will find modules  
     80developed at USGS Menlo Park, University of Memphis,  University of  
     81Washington and University of Alaska, Fairbanks. 
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    57 If you have questions or comments, please contact me at bogaert@usgs.gov. 
     83If you have questions or comments, please contact me at  
     84bogaert@usgs.gov. 
    5885 
    5986Barbara 
    6087 
    6188Barbara Bogaert                         U.S. Geological Survey 
     89bogaert@ghtmail.usgs.gov                Box 25046, Stop 966 
     90office:  303-273-8491                   Denver Federal Center 
     91FAX:     303-273-8600                   Denver, CO 80225 
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    63 bogaert@ghtmail.usgs.gov                Box 25046, Stop 966 
    64  
    65 office:  303-273-8491                   Denver Federal Center 
    66  
    67 FAX:     303-273-8600                   Denver, CO 80225 
     93}}}