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Usually you will not need to use these because SNAP-related programs
know how to access files from the optical disk system.
- $ SRERUNT 35782 35
- copies the input file from an
old snap-try (in this case, shot 35782, try 35) into SNAP.DAT in
your current default directory.
- $ REQUEST_SNAP 35782 72 DATA
- gets the binary results file from the optical disks.
- $ REQUEST_SNAP 35782 72 NAME
- gets the namelist file from the optical disks.
- $ MASTER_RETRIEVE SNAP TFTR DATA
- gets data from the optical disks
for a list of snap-tries (you will be prompted for the file name
which contains the list of shot-try numbers which must be in two
columns). The parameters SNAP TFTR DATA tell
MASTER_RETRIEVE that it should restore the binary data files for
SNAP data from the TFTR tokamak. This is useful if you want to
fetch a number of SNAP analyses at once and don't want to wait for
each one to be restored.
- $ OPSTATUS
- checks the status of outstanding requests
to restore files from optical disk. See 
Fri Jul 11 15:18:44 EDT 1997