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operations:starting_monitoring [2012/06/21 19:16]
Warren Hankey [Starting and Monitoring IVS sessions]
operations:starting_monitoring [2012/07/25 23:34] (current)
Jamie McCallum
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 (As a backup, pmSTALM can be used but it checks for fewer error conditions. This is described [[operations:​documentation.pmstalm| here]].) (As a backup, pmSTALM can be used but it checks for fewer error conditions. This is described [[operations:​documentation.pmstalm| here]].)
  
-At least 5 min prior to to the scheduled start, start the schedule with e.g. <​code>​schedule=r4447hb</​code> ​as usualNote: do NOT specify a start line number.+For Hobart and Katherine, start the schedule with e.g. <​code>​schedule=r4447hb</​code> ​if there is longer than 5 minutes until the nominal start of the scheduleFor Yarragadee, ALWAYS ​start the schedule with <​code>​schedule=r4447yg,#​1</​code>​. This is necessary because the snp file has been edited to deal with the transmission stows which confuses the fs
  
 Unless: you try to start late within five minutes of the scheduled start and get errors like;  //m5 -900 no scans//;// m5 -900 not while recording or playing//;//​ m5 -900 can't get device info//. The mk5 is looking for the previous scheduled scan to check, which doesn'​t exist, and can't start the next scheduled scan recording. In this case start schedule with start line number <​code>​schedule=r4447hb,#​1</​code>​ Otherwise: do NOT specify a start line number. Unless: you try to start late within five minutes of the scheduled start and get errors like;  //m5 -900 no scans//;// m5 -900 not while recording or playing//;//​ m5 -900 can't get device info//. The mk5 is looking for the previous scheduled scan to check, which doesn'​t exist, and can't start the next scheduled scan recording. In this case start schedule with start line number <​code>​schedule=r4447hb,#​1</​code>​ Otherwise: do NOT specify a start line number.
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