recvstatus3

Section: WIN SYSTEM (1W)
Updated: 2005.4.26
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NAME

recvstatus3 - Receiving Hakusan WIN_UDP operation/setting status packet (LS8TEL)  

SYNOPSIS

recvstatus3 [-D] port dirname [ logfile ]

recvstatus3d port dirname [ logfile ]

 

DESCRIPTION

Recvstatus3 receives setting status packet (packet type A8) and operation status packet (packet type A9) transmitted from Data Logger LS-8000SH (firmware: LS8TEL16, LS8TEL14) manufactured by Hakusan Corporation by the UDP port  port, and transmits under a directory  dirname as a file. Data to be saved is only a packet data part and are binary of 53-byte for A8 and 64-byte for A9.

Following dirname, LS8_XXXX (XXXX is logger address) is created if it does not exist. Further if a directory called STS in case of A8 packet or a directory called STM in case of A9 packet does not exist, it is created and the data is saved under the directory as a file. Content of the file name is same as the time field in packet data.

Recvstatus3d is initiated in daemon mode.

When log file name logfile is specified, operation log is set here. When it is not specified, log information is sent to the standard output (however, it is sent to syslogd(8) when the system is operated in daemon mode). Log file is opened/closed in each write.

Recvstatus3 does not request resending of packet. When recvstatus3 is initiated without argument, brief usage is displayed.  

OPTIONS

-D
Is initiated in daemon mode.
 

SOURCE

recvstatus3.c
 

SEE ALSO

ls8tel_STM(1W), ls8tel_STS(1W)


 

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