Next: Management of the User
Up: How to Write Your
Previous: Read TRANSP Data
This describes where to put
files associated with your application or diagnostic.
- TFTR_INF is a directory that contains
much useful information, in files with a .INF extension.
DIGRAPH.INF list of digraphs
di.INF information about digraph 'di'
WAVEFORMS.INF descriptions of all waveforms
UFILES.INF descriptions of Ufiles
XPnnn.INF information on XP 'nnn'
PHONES.INF phones of TFTR people and places
- TFTR_PLT is a directory for .PLT files that are not
needed on disk once they have been hardcopied or displayed during the
shot. To use it, write to TFTR_PLT. For example:
$ DEFINE PLOT TFTR_PLT:MY_PLOT.PLT
will send your SG plot files to TFTR_PLT. Files in this
area will be deleted after about a week.
- TFTR_LOG is a directory for log files.
Files in TFTR_LOG are automatically purged after about 4 days.
$ SUBMIT/LOG=TFTR_LOG: MY_JOB
$ DIR TFTR_LOG:MY_JOB.LOG
- TFTR_EXAMPLES is a directory which
contains example procedures and subroutine calls. Examples may be
complete programs in .FOR files with corresponding .LNK
files showing how to link the routines being described. Other
examples may be program fragments or procedures.
- TFTR_COM:[di] are directories for digraph-related
executables and procedure files.
- SCRATCH is a disk that is sometimes
available. When available, it is intended to be used by anyone who
needs lots of space for a short time. To see if it is available:
$ SHOW DEV SCRATCH
To use it:
$ CREATE/DIRECTORY SCRATCH:[MYNAME]
$ SET DEF SCRATCH:[MYNAME]
The scratch disk is not backed up.
Fri Jul 11 11:22:04 EDT 1997