Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of v7.4


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01/16/12 09:10:58 (10 years ago)
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branden
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  • v7.4

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    66=== ew2mseed === 
    7  * ew2mseed from ISTI is now in the CVS repository. This was written by Ilya Dricker of ISTI. This only works on Solaris, Linux, and 
    8 Mac OS X. It does compile with cygwin for WINDOZE.   Note there is no .desc file with this module since it is designed to operate 
    9 as a daemon program external from an EW installation. It only reads from wave_serverV modules. 
     7 * ew2mseed from ISTI is now in the CVS repository. This was written by Ilya Dricker of ISTI. This only works on Solaris, Linux, and Mac OS X. It does compile with cygwin for WINDOZE.   Note there is no .desc file with this module since it is designed to operateas a daemon program external from an EW installation. It only reads from wave_serverV modules. 
    108 * Paul Friberg 3/10/2010 
    119 
     
    157155 
    158156=== NUMBER OF RINGS LIMITED ON SOLARIS === 
    159 <PRE>THIS IS MOOT after Solaris 2.8! 
     157{{{ 
     158THIS IS MOOT after Solaris 2.8! 
    160159Under Solaris 2.6 (and probably other versions as well), the maximum number 
    161160of shared memory segments is six. This means that on an out-of-the-box machine 
     
    173172 
    174173This allows for 20 rings. 
    175  
    176  * Lucky Vidmar (7/6/2000)</PRE> 
     174}}} 
     175 * Lucky Vidmar (7/6/2000) 
    177176 
    178177 
    179178=== TRACEBUF messages === 
    180  * The definition of `endtime' of the TRACEBUF message is not documented. Some programmers are taking it as the "expected start time of the next 
    181 TRACEBUF packet (if the sample interval is uniform.)" The more accepted practice is that `endtime' is the time of the last sample of the current 
    182 TRACEBUF packet; that is, one sample interval less than the expected start time of the next TRACEBUF messsage. Using this last definition, if a 
    183 TRACEBUF packet has exactly one sample, then its starttime and endtime are the identical. Clearly this distinction needs to be documented. The file 
    184 waveform_format (in the /home/earthworm/DOC directory) gives no specifics about start or end times.   
     179 * The definition of `endtime' of the TRACEBUF message is not documented. Some programmers are taking it as the "expected start time of the next TRACEBUF packet (if the sample interval is uniform.)" The more accepted practice is that `endtime' is the time of the last sample of the current TRACEBUF packet; that is, one sample interval less than the expected start time of the next TRACEBUF messsage. Using this last definition, if a TRACEBUF packet has exactly one sample, then its starttime and endtime are the identical. Clearly this distinction needs to be documented. The file waveform_format (in the /home/earthworm/DOC directory) gives no specifics about start or end times.   
    185180 * PNL 1/24/01