|Version 1||Breaklog 2||Language(s)||Release date||Group(s) 3|
Nov. 1, 2013
slarchive, a SeedLink client for archiving data streams.
slarchive connects to a SeedLink server, requests data streams and writes received packets into directory/file structures. The precise layout of the directories and files is defined in a format string. Some preset file layouts are included: the SeisComP Data Structure (SDS), Buffer of Uniform Data structure (BUD) and a few others. To write more than one archive simply specify multiple format definitions (or presets).
In most environments a simple
make will compile
Using GCC, running
make static will compile a static version of
slarchive if possible.
GCC can be explicitly used by running
In order to compile under Solaris the
src/Makefile needs to be edited. See the file for instructions.
For further installation simply copy the resulting binary and man page (in the doc directory) to appropriate system directories.
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