Difference: AMC13Tool2 (17 vs. 18)

Revision 1811 Dec 2015 - ColinJacob

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META TOPICPARENT name="AMC13CppProductionSoftware"
AMC13Tool2 is a command-line utility designed to exercise all functions of the AMC13. The tool can be run in either interactive or scripted mode.
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Argument Type Notes
-p, --path path path to address table files (if not using connection file)
-X, --script string name of script file to execute
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-c, --connect file name or ip address connection file name or ip address (may be repeated for multiple AMC13)
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-c, --connect file name, ip address, or serial number connection file name, ip address, or AMC13 serial number (may be repeated for multiple AMC13)
 
-i, --id string connection file ID prefix (requires connection file too)

Startup

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  Use the -c argument to specify AMC13 modules to communicate with.
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IP Address
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IP Address or Serial Number
  The argument after -c may be a numeric I/P address, in the standard form e.g. 192.168.1.120, or simply the serial number e.g. 67.
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To specify the control hub protocol, append /c e.g. 192.168.1.120/c (67/c). Always specify the T2 board (lower) IP address or serial number. The tool will automatically connect to the address specified + 1 for T1.
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To specify the control hub protocol, append /c e.g. AMC13Tool2.exe -c 192.168.1.120/c (AMC13Tool2.exe -c 67/c). Always specify the T2 board (lower) IP address or serial number. The tool will automatically connect to the address specified + 1 for T1.
  If you specify an IP address, you must also tell the tool where to find the IPBus address tables. You can either set the environment variable AMC13_ADDRESS_TABLE_PATH or use
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  • 2 - enable SFP0 for AMC1-AMC6, SFP1 for AMC7-AMC12
  • 3 - enable SFP0 for AMC1-AMC4, SFP1 for AMC5-AMC8, SFP2 for AMC9-AMC12
  • d - disable all fibers
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  • 0 - disable all fibers

Enter 'L' after number of DAQs to enable local mode (using local triggers). Example: >daq 2 L.

  Note: recommend doing 'rd' (daq reset) after changing configuration
 
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