shmz

Section: WIN SYSTEM (1W)
Updated: 2002.8.12
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NAME

shmz - Monitor tool for WIN system  

SYNOPSIS

shmz ch ch ...

 

DESCRIPTION

shmz makes data transmitted by shmdump -tq to be input, and displays channels listed in a channel ID  ch on the X screen in the same scale. Channel contains channel numbers of hexadecimal desired to be displayed.

When shmz is initiated without argument, brief usage is displayed.  

OPTIONS

-tCHANNEL_TABLE
For shmz, always specify channel table by -t.
-sSCALE
Specifies scale per pixel. Default is 1e-6.
-mMIN
Specifies time to be displayed in 1 trace in minute. Default is 1 minute.
-nNLINE
The number of traces displayed per channel. Default is 6.
-yPIXEL
The number of pixels secured per channel. Default is 12.
-wCLIPLEBEL
Specifies clip level. Default is +-yLSB.
-lLTA
Specifies the number of seconds in average for which data are subtracted when subtracting data for offset. Default is 1 second.
-p
Transmits the standard input to the standard output.
-xWIDTH
The number of pixels per trace in X-direction. Default is 800.
-cCOLOR
Plots in white in the standard, displays in red in -c1, and displays in order of in red, blue and yellow in -c3.
-fSHMDUMP.OUT
Reads data from file SHMDUMP.OUT to display.
-tTABLE
Reads channel table of WIN. Observation point names and component names will be displayed.
-HHOSTNAME
Connects to option: HOSTNAME at the TCP connection.
-PPORT
Connects to option: PORT number at the TCP connection.
 

SOURCE

shmz
 

SEE ALSO

shmdump(1W)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
SOURCE
SEE ALSO

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