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operations:documentation:lba_starting_and_monitoring [2013/03/14 04:18]
Jim Lovell [Monitoring]
operations:documentation:lba_starting_and_monitoring [2014/11/22 09:01] (current)
Jesse Swan [Monitoring]
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 To do this, open a terminal on pcfs[hb|ke|yg],​ and type To do this, open a terminal on pcfs[hb|ke|yg],​ and type
 <​code>​fmset</​code>​ <​code>​fmset</​code>​
 +Only run fmset when the mk5 is not recording; therefore, halt the schedule with **halt** and stop recording with **disk_record=off**;​ check with **mk5=dot?​**
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 When the interface appears, type When the interface appears, type
 <​code>​s</​code>​ <​code>​s</​code>​
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 Following this, the clocks should all be synchronised and agree with UT. Press the [Esc] key to exit ''​fmset''​. Then check the times again: Following this, the clocks should all be synchronised and agree with UT. Press the [Esc] key to exit ''​fmset''​. Then check the times again:
 <​code>​mk5=dot?</​code>​ <​code>​mk5=dot?</​code>​
 +you can continue the schedule with **cont**
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   * **Mark5: disk_pos OK**\\ The command ''​disk_pos''​ in the field system should report three values - the current number of btyes recorded, bytes at start of previous scan and bytes at start of current scan. If not currently recording, the first and third values should agree. ​   * **Mark5: disk_pos OK**\\ The command ''​disk_pos''​ in the field system should report three values - the current number of btyes recorded, bytes at start of previous scan and bytes at start of current scan. If not currently recording, the first and third values should agree. ​
   * **Meteorology:​ Weather (wth) being logged**\\ Look through recent messages in the field system log for output from the ''​wth''​ command, which will look like this:​\\/#​wx#/​16.1,​1007.9,​58.6\\   * **Meteorology:​ Weather (wth) being logged**\\ Look through recent messages in the field system log for output from the ''​wth''​ command, which will look like this:​\\/#​wx#/​16.1,​1007.9,​58.6\\
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