Chad Trabant staff Feb. 4, 2014, 2:20 p.m.
As I understand it the latest Antelope still has problems reading the DMC’s new SEED volumes with
The work around and preferred method of importing SEED data into an Antelope database is a two step process of loading the metadata and the data with
Using the same target Antelope database:
seed2dbwith the dataless/SEED volume
This works well when you have separate dataless and miniseed files. It is not so clear that it does the right thing if you have a single, full SEED volume; the
seed2db program will stop on errors because it cannot read the data but it’ll read the headers correctly and the
miniseed2db will print errors for the headers that it cannot read and hopefully reads all the data records (it certainly reads something in my limited tests).