- $ DIRECTORY (The VMS command)
- can be used to see what
raw data files are on disk by using the logical
disk names DSP0, DRW1, and DRW0 and the directory
$ DIR DRW0:[TFTR.EH]PFT12345.EH Raw and Spooling
$ DIR DRW1:[TFTR.EH]PFT12345.EH Raw only
$ DIR DSP0:[TFTR.EH]PFT12345.EH Spooling only
DRW0 also includes the results disks.
- $ GETSHOTS
- retrieves raw
data from the tape archive system to the raw
data disks. GETSHOTS lets you specify a digraph, prefixes, and a
series of shot or sequence numbers or full filenames.
A batch job is submitted to the TFTR_RETRIEVE queue to
request retrieval of the files. At the next half-hourly scheduled
retrieval the files will be restored provided there is operator
coverage (usually 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays). After the files have
been restored, RETRIEVE.LOG in your login directory is updated
with the names of the files and the result of the request.
See $ HELP GETSHOTS for more information.
You must have an account on the data management computer (this
changes from time to time) for GETSHOTS to work.
Contact Lena Scimeca (mail to LSCIMECA) to find out if you have an
account on the data management computer.
Tom Gibney maintains GETSHOTS.
- $ RAWGET
- is an alternative version of
GETSHOTS with the standard UREAD interface instead of the
Computer Division interface, which does not support entering
the program input on the command line.
To retrieve the raw data files for digraph NE for shots 68100
through 68120 using RAWGET type:
$ RAWGET NE 68100 - 68120 ; N Y , N
- $ COPYSHOTS
- copies files from the
digraph's spooling disk to the raw data disk. The input requested by
COPYSHOTS is similar to that for GETSHOTS, however the action
(copying the file) is immediate. You can use this command to ``save'' files
for interesting shots before they are skimmed from the spooling disks.
Remember that as long as you stay within your quota, files should not be
skimmed from the raw data disks--and you control which files are
on the raw data disks.
- $ GETSHOTS_CHECK
- provides information
on outstanding requests for raw data restores made via GETSHOTS or