Thread: Re: Ubuntu and sac...

Started: 2010-11-23 01:02:23
Last activity: 2010-11-23 15:27:46
Topics: SAC Help
Brian Savage
2010-11-23 01:02:23

The message below has been identified as a bug in 101.4 and I can
confirm this behavior using the ohpf command on my system. This came
about during the conversion from 32 to 64 bit version of sac.

If you require this patch before the release of version 101.5, please
contact me directly. This fix will be made available in version
101.5, coming out next year.

Thank you for reporting this bug to the sac-help mailing list.

Brian Savage
savage<at>uri.edu

Re: OHPF / WAPF


On Nov 22, 2010, at 12:27 PM , Mario Ruiz Fernandez wrote:

Hello,

Anybody knows if there is any problem related with the recent ubuntu
kernels and SAC? It seems to be a bug with Time interpretation when
using ppk with an OHPF file opened. Last months ago I was working
with SAC version 101.3b and everything worked properly. But I
recently actualized my ubuntu pc and this strange ppk image (see the
attached file) appears. I obtain the same strange figure when using
SAC version 101.3b and 101.4, so I think it is not a SAC problem but
a linux one, as version 101.3b worked fine before the actualization.

This strange problem appears also in OHPF file but not in the sac
headers!!

- ohpf file:

OS8bIPU0 7 873014444060 0140733193388054-536870912.00
-5368ISU2 0 0.0 126.3
10


- sac headers:

FILE: /Ocea/Data/072400022/07240002217.OS8b.0.sac - 1
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

NPTS = 29964
B = 0.000000e+00
E = 2.996300e+02
IFTYPE = TIME SERIES FILE
LEVEN = TRUE
DELTA = 1.000000e-02
DEPMIN = -3.011890e+05
DEPMAX = 1.958390e+05
DEPMEN = -4.201941e+03
AMARKER = 38.073 (IPU0)
T0MARKER = 42.853 (ISU2)
FMARKER = 164.33
KZDATE = AUG 28 (240), 2007
KZTIME = 00:22:17.932
KINST = 014
KSTNM = OS8b
CMPAZ = 0.000000e+00
CMPINC = 0.000000e+00
STLA = 1.514958e+01
STLO = -6.044403e+01
STEL = -3.000000e+03
KEVNM = 07240002
LOVROK = TRUE
NVHDR = 6
NORID = 0
NEVID = 0
LPSPOL = FALSE
LCALDA = TRUE
KCMPNM = 0
KNETWK = SAntll07

The same problem is obtained in a 64 and and a 32 bits pc.

fram:~> uname -a
Linux fram 2.6.32-25-generic #45-Ubuntu SMP Sat Oct 16 19:52:42 UTC
2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux


xslave:~> uname -a
Linux xslave 2.6.31-22-generic-pae #68-Ubuntu SMP Tue Oct 26
16:52:34 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

Thank you in advance,

Best Regads,
Mario

--
------------------------------------------------------------
Mario Ruiz Fernandez

Dep. d'Estructura i Dinamica de la Terra
Institut de Ciencies de la Terra 'Jaume Almera' ICTJA-CSIC
c/ Lluis Sole Sabaris s/n 08028 Barcelona (Spain)

Tel.: +34 93 409 54 10
Fax: +34 93 411 00 12
E-mail: mruiz<at>ictja.csic.es

www: http://www.ictja.csic.es/edt/
http://www.tesisenxarxa.net/TDX-0303108-135403/
------------------------------------------------------------

<SAC_ppk.png>


  • Januka Attanayake
    2010-11-23 03:13:39
    Hi,
    I am executing the following simple macro in sac 101.3b. I have 42 files in the directory and the macro seems to act only  on 23 of them. All the sac files have an OMARKER and it is always negative. I am just wondering if there is a memory limit to sac when macros are executed? Any help is much appreciated!

    DO FILE WILD *.SAC
      READ $FILE
      SETBB OMKR &1,OMARKER
      GETBB OMKR

      XLIM T0 -10 10
      P
      CUT ON
      CUTERR FILLZ
      CUT b %OMKR e
      READ $FILE
      WRITE OVER
    ENDDO
    CUT OFF

    Januka.

    Serenity isn't freedom from the storm, but peace within the storm
    Januka Attanayake  Global Seismology & Economics
    The University of Connecticut
    Beach Hall - U2045
    354, Mansfield Rd;
    Storrs, CT 06269
    Tel :  860 486 0475 (Office)
              860 486 3914 (Lab - P405)
    URL: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/






    --- On Mon, 11/22/10, Brian Savage <savage<at>uri.edu> wrote:

    From: Brian Savage <savage<at>uri.edu>
    Subject: Re: [SAC-HELP] Ubuntu and sac...
    To: "SAC-help Listserv" <sac-help<at>iris.washington.edu>
    Date: Monday, November 22, 2010, 5:02 PM


    The message below has been identified as a bug in 101.4 and I can confirm this behavior using the ohpf command on my system.  This came about during the conversion from 32 to 64 bit version of sac.

    If you require this patch before the release of version 101.5, please contact me directly.  This fix will be made available in version 101.5, coming out next year.

    Thank you for reporting this bug to the sac-help mailing list.

    Brian Savage
    savage<at>uri.edu

    Re: OHPF / WAPF


    On Nov 22, 2010, at  12:27 PM , Mario Ruiz Fernandez wrote:

    Hello,

    Anybody knows if there is any problem related with the recent ubuntu kernels and SAC? It seems to be a bug with Time interpretation when using ppk with an OHPF file opened. Last months ago I was working with SAC version 101.3b and everything worked properly. But I recently actualized my ubuntu pc and this strange ppk image (see the attached file) appears. I obtain the same strange figure when using SAC version 101.3b and 101.4, so I think it is not a SAC problem but a linux one, as version 101.3b worked fine before the actualization.

    This strange problem appears also in OHPF file but not in the sac headers!!

    - ohpf file:

    OS8bIPU0  7 873014444060 0140733193388054-536870912.00       -5368ISU2   0   0.0                    126.3
    10


    - sac headers:

    FILE: /Ocea/Data/072400022/07240002217.OS8b.0.sac - 1
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    NPTS = 29964
    B = 0.000000e+00
    E = 2.996300e+02
    IFTYPE = TIME SERIES FILE
    LEVEN = TRUE
    DELTA = 1.000000e-02
    DEPMIN = -3.011890e+05
    DEPMAX = 1.958390e+05
    DEPMEN = -4.201941e+03
    AMARKER = 38.073           (IPU0)
    T0MARKER = 42.853           (ISU2)
    FMARKER = 164.33
    KZDATE = AUG 28 (240), 2007
    KZTIME = 00:22:17.932
    KINST = 014
    KSTNM = OS8b
    CMPAZ = 0.000000e+00
    CMPINC = 0.000000e+00
    STLA = 1.514958e+01
    STLO = -6.044403e+01
    STEL = -3.000000e+03
    KEVNM = 07240002
    LOVROK = TRUE
    NVHDR = 6
    NORID = 0
    NEVID = 0
    LPSPOL = FALSE
    LCALDA = TRUE
    KCMPNM = 0
    KNETWK = SAntll07

    The same problem is obtained in a 64 and and a 32 bits pc.

    fram:~> uname -a
    Linux fram 2.6.32-25-generic #45-Ubuntu SMP Sat Oct 16 19:52:42 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux


    xslave:~> uname -a
    Linux xslave 2.6.31-22-generic-pae #68-Ubuntu SMP Tue Oct 26 16:52:34 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

    Thank you in advance,

    Best Regads,
    Mario

    --------------------------------------------------------------
    Mario Ruiz Fernandez

    Dep. d'Estructura i Dinamica de la Terra
    Institut de Ciencies de la Terra 'Jaume Almera' ICTJA-CSIC
    c/ Lluis Sole Sabaris s/n 08028 Barcelona (Spain)

    Tel.:     +34 93 409 54 10
    Fax:      +34 93 411 00 12
    E-mail:   mruiz<at>ictja.csic.es

    www:      http://www.ictja.csic.es/edt/
    http://www.tesisenxarxa.net/TDX-0303108-135403/
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    <SAC_ppk.png>

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    • Arthur Snoke
      2010-11-23 15:27:46
      I think your problem is caused by a flaw in the Do WILD command that
      limited the number of characters (and effectively files) in macro commands
      as you describe.

      This was fixed in 101.4. I suggest you upgrade.

      On Mon, 22 Nov 2010, Januka Attanayake wrote:

      Hi,
      I am executing the following simple macro in sac 101.3b. I have 42 files in the
      directory and the macro seems to act only  on 23 of them. All the sac files have
      an OMARKER and it is always negative. I am just wondering if there is a memory
      limit to sac when macros are executed? Any help is much appreciated!

      DO FILE WILD *.SAC
      READ $FILE
      SETBB OMKR &1,OMARKER
      GETBB OMKR

      XLIM T0 -10 10
      P
      CUT ON
      CUTERR FILLZ
      CUT b %OMKR e
      READ $FILE
      WRITE OVER
      ENDDO
      CUT OFF

      Januka.

      Serenity isn't freedom from the storm, but peace within the storm
      Januka Attanayake
      Global Seismology & Economics
      The University of Connecticut
      Beach Hall - U2045
      354, Mansfield Rd;
      Storrs, CT 06269
      Tel :  860 486 0475 (Office)
      860 486 3914 (Lab - P405)
      URL: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/






      --- On Mon, 11/22/10, Brian Savage <savage<at>uri.edu> wrote:

      From: Brian Savage <savage<at>uri.edu>
      Subject: Re: [SAC-HELP] Ubuntu and sac...
      To: "SAC-help Listserv" <sac-help<at>iris.washington.edu>
      Date: Monday, November 22, 2010, 5:02 PM


      The message below has been identified as a bug in 101.4 and I can
      confirm this behavior using the ohpf command on my system.  This came
      about during the conversion from 32 to 64 bit version of sac.

      If you require this patch before the release of version 101.5, please
      contact me directly.  This fix will be made available in version
      101.5, coming out next year.

      Thank you for reporting this bug to the sac-help mailing list.

      Brian Savage
      savage<at>uri.edu

      Re: OHPF / WAPF


      On Nov 22, 2010, at  12:27 PM , Mario Ruiz Fernandez wrote:

      Hello,

      Anybody knows if there is any problem related with the recent
      ubuntu kernels and SAC? It seems to be a bug with Time interpretation
      when using ppk with an OHPF file opened. Last months ago I was
      working with SAC version 101.3b and everything worked properly. But I
      recently actualized my ubuntu pc and this strange ppk image (see the
      attached file) appears. I obtain the same strange figure when using
      SAC version 101.3b and 101.4, so I think it is not a SAC problem but
      a linux one, as version 101.3b worked fine before the actualization.

      This strange problem appears also in OHPF file but not in the sac
      headers!!

      - ohpf file:

      OS8bIPU0  7 873014444060 0140733193388054-536870912.00
      -5368ISU2   0   0.0                    126.3
      10


      - sac headers:

      FILE: /Ocea/Data/072400022/07240002217.OS8b.0.sac - 1
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      ------------------------------------

      NPTS = 29964
      B = 0.000000e+00
      E = 2.996300e+02
      IFTYPE = TIME SERIES FILE
      LEVEN = TRUE
      DELTA = 1.000000e-02
      DEPMIN = -3.011890e+05
      DEPMAX = 1.958390e+05
      DEPMEN = -4.201941e+03
      AMARKER = 38.073           (IPU0)
      T0MARKER = 42.853           (ISU2)
      FMARKER = 164.33
      KZDATE = AUG 28 (240), 2007
      KZTIME = 00:22:17.932
      KINST = 014
      KSTNM = OS8b
      CMPAZ = 0.000000e+00
      CMPINC = 0.000000e+00
      STLA = 1.514958e+01
      STLO = -6.044403e+01
      STEL = -3.000000e+03
      KEVNM = 07240002
      LOVROK = TRUE
      NVHDR = 6
      NORID = 0
      NEVID = 0
      LPSPOL = FALSE
      LCALDA = TRUE
      KCMPNM = 0
      KNETWK = SAntll07

      The same problem is obtained in a 64 and and a 32 bits pc.

      fram:~> uname -a
      Linux fram 2.6.32-25-generic #45-Ubuntu SMP Sat Oct 16 19:52:42 UTC
      2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux


      xslave:~> uname -a
      Linux xslave 2.6.31-22-generic-pae #68-Ubuntu SMP Tue Oct 26
      16:52:34 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

      Thank you in advance,

      Best Regads,
      Mario

      --------------------------------------------------------------
      Mario Ruiz Fernandez

      Dep. d'Estructura i Dinamica de la Terra
      Institut de Ciencies de la Terra 'Jaume Almera' ICTJA-CSIC
      c/ Lluis Sole Sabaris s/n 08028 Barcelona (Spain)

      Tel.:     +34 93 409 54 10
      Fax:      +34 93 411 00 12
      E-mail:   mruiz<at>ictja.csic.es

      www:      http://www.ictja.csic.es/edt/
      http://www.tesisenxarxa.net/TDX-0303108-135403/
      ------------------------------------------------------------

      <SAC_ppk.png>

      _______________________________________________
      sac-help mailing list
      sac-help<at>iris.washington.edu
      http://www.iris.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/sac-help




      • Januka Attanayake
        2010-11-23 14:06:09
        Thanks George and Arthur. I usually do it the way you proposed George but needed something quick and dirty. Thanks again for your time !

        Serenity isn't freedom from the storm, but peace within the storm
        Januka Attanayake  Global Seismology & Economics
        The University of Connecticut
        Beach Hall - U2045
        354, Mansfield Rd;
        Storrs, CT 06269
        Tel :  860 486 0475 (Office)
                  860 486 3914 (Lab - P405)
        URL: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/






        --- On Tue, 11/23/10, Arthur Snoke <snoke<at>vt.edu> wrote:

        From: Arthur Snoke <snoke<at>vt.edu>
        Subject: Re: [SAC-HELP] macro skipping files?
        To: "Januka Attanayake" <jattanayake<at>yahoo.com>
        Cc: "SAC-help Listserv" <sac-help<at>iris.washington.edu>
        Date: Tuesday, November 23, 2010, 7:27 AM

        I think your problem is caused by a flaw in the Do WILD command that
        limited the number of characters (and effectively files) in macro commands
        as you describe.

        This was fixed in 101.4.  I suggest you upgrade.

        On Mon, 22 Nov 2010, Januka Attanayake wrote:

        Hi,
        I am executing the following simple macro in sac 101.3b. I have 42 files in the
        directory and the macro seems to act only  on 23 of them. All the sac files have
        an OMARKER and it is always negative. I am just wondering if there is a memory
        limit to sac when macros are executed? Any help is much appreciated!

        DO FILE WILD *.SAC
        READ $FILE
        SETBB OMKR &1,OMARKER
        GETBB OMKR

        XLIM T0 -10 10
        P
        CUT ON
        CUTERR FILLZ
        CUT b %OMKR e
        READ $FILE
        WRITE OVER
        ENDDO
        CUT OFF

        Januka.

        Serenity isn't freedom from the storm, but peace within the storm
        Januka Attanayake
        Global Seismology & Economics
        The University of Connecticut
        Beach Hall - U2045
        354, Mansfield Rd;
        Storrs, CT 06269
        Tel :  860 486 0475 (Office)
        860 486 3914 (Lab - P405)
        URL: http://sites.google.com/site/janukaattanayake/






        --- On Mon, 11/22/10, Brian Savage <savage<at>uri.edu> wrote:

        From: Brian Savage <savage<at>uri.edu>
        Subject: Re: [SAC-HELP] Ubuntu and sac...
        To: "SAC-help Listserv" <sac-help<at>iris.washington.edu>
        Date: Monday, November 22, 2010, 5:02 PM


        The message below has been identified as a bug in 101.4 and I can
        confirm this behavior using the ohpf command on my system.  This came
        about during the conversion from 32 to 64 bit version of sac.

        If you require this patch before the release of version 101.5, please
        contact me directly.  This fix will be made available in version
        101.5, coming out next year.

        Thank you for reporting this bug to the sac-help mailing list.

        Brian Savage
        savage<at>uri.edu

        Re: OHPF / WAPF


        On Nov 22, 2010, at  12:27 PM , Mario Ruiz Fernandez wrote:

        Hello,

        Anybody knows if there is any problem related with the recent
        ubuntu kernels and SAC? It seems to be a bug with Time interpretation
        when using ppk with an OHPF file opened. Last months ago I was
        working with SAC version 101.3b and everything worked properly. But I
        recently actualized my ubuntu pc and this strange ppk image (see the
        attached file) appears. I obtain the same strange figure when using
        SAC version 101.3b and 101.4, so I think it is not a SAC problem but
        a linux one, as version 101.3b worked fine before the actualization.

        This strange problem appears also in OHPF file but not in the sac
        headers!!

        - ohpf file:

        OS8bIPU0  7 873014444060 0140733193388054-536870912.00
        -5368ISU2   0   0.0                    126.3
        10


        - sac headers:

        FILE: /Ocea/Data/072400022/07240002217.OS8b.0.sac - 1
        --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        ------------------------------------

        NPTS = 29964
        B = 0.000000e+00
        E = 2.996300e+02
        IFTYPE = TIME SERIES FILE
        LEVEN = TRUE
        DELTA = 1.000000e-02
        DEPMIN = -3.011890e+05
        DEPMAX = 1.958390e+05
        DEPMEN = -4.201941e+03
        AMARKER = 38.073           (IPU0)
        T0MARKER = 42.853           (ISU2)
        FMARKER = 164.33
        KZDATE = AUG 28 (240), 2007
        KZTIME = 00:22:17.932
        KINST = 014
        KSTNM = OS8b
        CMPAZ = 0.000000e+00
        CMPINC = 0.000000e+00
        STLA = 1.514958e+01
        STLO = -6.044403e+01
        STEL = -3.000000e+03
        KEVNM = 07240002
        LOVROK = TRUE
        NVHDR = 6
        NORID = 0
        NEVID = 0
        LPSPOL = FALSE
        LCALDA = TRUE
        KCMPNM = 0
        KNETWK = SAntll07

        The same problem is obtained in a 64 and and a 32 bits pc.

        fram:~> uname -a
        Linux fram 2.6.32-25-generic #45-Ubuntu SMP Sat Oct 16 19:52:42 UTC
        2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux


        xslave:~> uname -a
        Linux xslave 2.6.31-22-generic-pae #68-Ubuntu SMP Tue Oct 26
        16:52:34 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

        Thank you in advance,

        Best Regads,
        Mario

        --------------------------------------------------------------
        Mario Ruiz Fernandez

        Dep. d'Estructura i Dinamica de la Terra
        Institut de Ciencies de la Terra 'Jaume Almera' ICTJA-CSIC
        c/ Lluis Sole Sabaris s/n 08028 Barcelona (Spain)

        Tel.:     +34 93 409 54 10
        Fax:      +34 93 411 00 12
        E-mail:   mruiz<at>ictja.csic.es

        www:      http://www.ictja.csic.es/edt/
        http://www.tesisenxarxa.net/TDX-0303108-135403/
        ------------------------------------------------------------

        <SAC_ppk.png>

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        sac-help mailing list
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