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17 June 1998
 
 
USERS GUIDE OF THE   A U T O D R M   AT THE SWISS SEISMOLOGICAL SERVICE
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
 
This users guide consists of three parts:
 
- Part 1 is about electronic mail to and from the AutoDRM
- Part 2 explains the complete command set understood by AutoDRM
- Part 3 gives illustrative examples of request mails in both the 'old' and
new GSE2.0 format (this part is especially for those who do not want
to read the whole text!).
 
 
1) Sending and receiving electronic mail from AutoDRM
=====================================================
 
In order to obtain data from the Swiss Seismological Service, you simply send
an electronic request mail to the Automatic Data Request Manager (AutoDRM):
 
E-mail address of the AUTODRM:
 
* on Internet    : AUTODRM@SEISMO.IFG.ETHZ.CH
 
The request e-mail must contain commands (starting at column 1), depending on
what you would like to receive.
 
Minimum requirements are:
* The first line must start with : BEGIN
* Any line in between starts with: EMAIL emailaddress
* The last line starts with      : STOP
 
where `emailaddress` is your e-mail address.
 
The return address (`emailaddress`) you submit depends, whether the
AUTODRM should send the response to you via Internet or another net:
* via Internet     enter: EMAIL user@host.domain
* via Bitnet       enter: EMAIL user@host.BITNET
 
NOTE: If you are not sure how your return address should look like for
our machine, simply send a mail to the AutoDRM with the text
'HELP'; this text may be either in the subject or in the body
of the request-mail.
The AutoDRM will then send the correct return address back to you!
 
* The response of the AutoDRM is sent to you via electronic mail. For requests
which result in large responses (> ~ 100 kilobytes), you must specify an
option (FTP): If this option is set, AutoDRM sends the data automatically via
FTP to you, OR, if you prefer, the response is stored at our computer and you
only get a short e-mail, providing you with the filename of the response and
a detailed description on how you may transfer the response file by yourself
to your computer using FTP (File Transfer Protocol). A more detailed
description about this option can be found in part 2 of this users guide.
 
* Precautions
In order to avoid endless loops and other inconvenient things, no response
mails are sent to requestors with the name POSTMASTER, MAILER-DAEMON or
AUTODRM.
Furthermore, an identical request from the same user is not processed if the
second request arrives within the same 10 minutes.
 
 
2) Description of the commands that are understood by AutoDRM
=============================================================
 
BEGIN                                  First line in every request to AutoDRM.
This command will cause the AutoDRM to
respond in the 'old' AutoDRM-language.
However, AutoDRM understands both
request commands in the old and the new
(GSE2.0) format.
 
BEGIN GSE2.0                           First line in a GSE2.0-request.
This command causes this AutoDRM to
respond in the 'GSE2.0-AutoDRM-language'.
However, AutoDRM understands both
request commands in the old and the new
(GSE2.0) format.
 
MSG_TYPE request                       Should be the second line of a request,
if user wants to follow GSE2.0 formats.
This line is optional on *this*
AutoDRM but not at others (as e.g. the
GSETT-3 IDC).
 
MSG_ID your_msg_id source_id           Third line of a request message,
if user wants to follow GSE2.0 formats.
The message_ID of the sender; may
be up to 20 characters long. This
message_id and the source_id will appear
as the reference_id (REF_ID) in the
response! The souce_id's are specified
in the GSE2.0 documentation (max. 7chars)
This line is optional on *this*
AutoDRM but not at others (as e.g. the
GSETT-3 IDC).
 
E-MAIL email@address.of.the.user       E-Mail address where response should
be sent to.
 
E_MAIL email@address.of.the.user       same as E-MAIL command
 
EMAIL email@address.of.the.user        same as E-MAIL command
 
GUIDE                                  Send the information (User's Guide)
printed here.
 
INFOR                                  Same as command GUIDE.
 
HELP                                   Same as command GUIDE.
 
FTP email@address.of.the.user          Instead of the 'E-MAIL' command:
Send only short note via e-mail to
the requestor and store the response
locally on ftp-directory.
(--> This is the new GSE2.0 format)
 
FTP filename             Note that command 'FTP' has two meanings, depending
whether the request is in the 'old' format or
in GSE2.0 format (GSE2.0 format: see above).
This command sets the ftp option. If you also give
your internet-address (see command INTER, below), the
response will be automatically transferred to you
via FTP. It is assumed you have an anonymous
ftp-account (user=ftp, password=ftp).
Your 'filename' also may contain a path and should
point to a directory/file with appropriate write-access
(Example: FTP pub/response.fil ). You will get a short
note with the output of the FTP-command via e-mail.
If you do NOT give your internet-address, the response
will be archived on a special file; however, because
there may already exist a file with your suggested
name 'filename', AutoDRM will recognize this and give
a unique name to the file. Only a short mail
is sent to the user. This mail contains the filename
of the archived response file and a description on how
to transfer the file to the user's computer using
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) via TCP/IP.
(--> This is the old AutoDRM format)
 
FTP                      Basically the same as FTP, but AutoDRM will choose
a filename for you (because the filename is missing).
(--> This is the old AutoDRM format)
 
INTER IP_number          If the option FTP is set, this command tells AutoDRM
to automatically transfer the response to the
FTP-account at the internet-address given here as
'IP_number'. This address should be given in the
numerical form as in the /etc/hosts file on
UNIX-machines (Example: INTER 129.132.53.4  )
(--> This is the old AutoDRM format)
 
 
TIME [StartDateTime] TO [EndDateTime]  Definition of Start- and End-DateTime
Format: 1994/02/24 16:23:50.20
If EndDateTime is omitted, the current
DateTime is assumed.
Instead of the TIME command you may
also use the DATE1 and DATE2 commands!
 
DATE1 yyyymmddhhmm                     Define start of the time interval
('yyyy': year, 'mm': month, 'dd': day,
'hh': hour, 'mm': minute;
Example: 24 Feb 1992 15:46
is: DATE1 199202241546).
 
DATE2 yyyymmddhhmm                     Define end of the time interval
('yyyy': year, 'mm': month, 'dd': day,
'hh': hour, 'mm': minute;
Example: 24 Feb 1992 15:46
is: DATE2 199202241546).
 
STA_LIST ABC [,DEFG] [,HIJK]           Definition of stations desired
(multiple station codes must be
separated by commas).
No default.
 
CHAN_LIST SHZ [,SHN] [,SLZ]            Definition of channels desired
(multiple channel IDs must be
separated by commas).
Default: *Z
 
AUX_LIST [aux1] [,aux2]                Definition of 'auxiliary' ID's
(multiple auxiliary IDs must be
separated by commas).
 
WAVEFORM GSE2.0                        Get waveforms for specified Time/Channels
Waveforms are supplied from our
continous recordings - if no continous
data is available, the event-file
archive is searched for data.
 
WAVEF stn                              Similar to command WAVEFORM GSE2.0,
but no STA_LIST is required (station
stn' is defined on the command line).
Valid station names may be obtained using
the command SLIST (see there).
Multiple lines with this command (for
additional stations) are allowed. This
command must be preceeded by either the
command TIME or the commands DATE1 and
DATE2.
 
STATION GSE2.0                         Get station-info for specified stations
(specifiy by using STA_LIST and
CHAN_LIST environment commands).
 
CHANNEL GSE2.0                         Get channel-info for specified channels
(specifiy by using STA_LIST and
CHAN_LIST environment commands).
 
RESPONSE GSE2.0                        Get response-data (calibration) of the
specified stations/channels
(specifiy by using STA_LIST and
CHAN_LIST environment commands).
 
BULLETIN GSE2.0                        Get bulletin-data for the specified
TIME environment.
 
ORIGIN GSE2.0                          Get origin-data for the specified
TIME environment.
 
ARRIVAL GSE2.0                         Get arrival-data for the specified
TIME environment.
 
CALIB stn                              Similar to command RESPONSE GSE2.0, but
but no STA_LIST is required (station
stn' is defined on the command line).
The calibration is sent as poles and
zeros (PAZ) plus a scale factor and
allows you, to deconvolute the received
waveform into displacement. If a DATE1
command is received, then the transfer
function for this date is sent; otherwise
the transfer function for the current
date is used (Note: At the Swiss
Seismological Service we keep track of
any changes in the transfer functions
with respect of time).
Multiple lines with this command (for
additional stations) are allowed.
 
OUTAGE GSE2.0                          Get outage-info on specified channels
(TIME and STA_LIST environment required).
 
TITLE your subject                     The response mail returned to you will
have the subject you specify here; if not
specified, a default subject is used
(Swiss AUTO_DRM Response).
 
SUBJE your subject                     Same as command TITLE .
 
DETEC                                  Send a list of all detections (and
locations, if the event was located) made
within the specified time interval.
(For each detection we store 180 seconds
of data of all channels.) This command
must be preceeded by either the command
TIME or the commands DATE1 and DATE2.
 
AMI A                                  Send a list of the most recent locations
of the 'Alert Message Informations'
received. Locations possibly belonging to
same event are grouped together.
Optionally a time interval (TIME or
DATE1 and DATE2) may be specified to
filter the output. If no time interval is
specified, the first 100 lines are sent.
 
SOURC CODECO                           Send the FORTRAN source code of program
CODECO, which allows the conversion
between various GSE-formats.
The program contains the compression and
decompression routines used by the GSE
(Group of Scientific Experts) at the CD
(Conference on Disarmament, Geneva).
Using this program makes it easy to read
and decompress the data files received
from the AUTODRM.
Attention: GSE2.0 format is supported
but has not yet been fully tested (please
note, that the information contained in
the waveform-headers of the old GSE-
and the new GSE2.0 format is not the same
and therefore some information might be
either lost or be unknown when converting
between the 2 GSE-formats). Compression
and decompression routines are working
in both formats and have been tested.
 
PPICK stn                              Send the P-picks of station 'stn' for
all the detected events within a time
interval. The P-picks (arrival times)
are marked as 'manual' or 'automatic'
picks.
This command must be preceeded by either
the command TIME or the commands DATE1
and DATE2.
 
AVAIL                                  Send a list of detections (without
locations) of which (within the specified
time interval) waveform data is
available.
This command must be preceeded by either
the command TIME or the commands DATE1
and DATE2.
 
SLIST                                  Send a list of stations for which
waveforms and/or calibration data is
available. The station list also contains
the coordinates of the stations.
 
STOP                                   This must be the last line of any request
 
 
3) Examples of AUTODRM request mails one may send to AUTODRM@SEISMO.IFG.ETHZ.CH
===============================================================================
 
Example 1:
---------
Many users send this kind of mail regularly (usually on a daily basis) to us
(of course without the 'GUIDE' command).
 
Command line:                    Meaning:
 
BEGIN                            Start of a request
GUIDE                            Send the information printed here
AMI A                            Send a list of the associated 'Alert Messages'
EMAIL was@gsehub.css.gov         E-mail address where output should be sent to
STOP                             End of a request
 
Example 2:
---------
The FTP and INTER commands in this example are not required; without them you
will recieve the full response via e-mail.
 
Command line:                    Meaning:
 
BEGIN                            Start of a new request
DATE1 199307180055               Start of time interval: 1993Jul18 00:55 GMT
DATE2 199307180056               End of time interval  : 1993Jul18 00:56 GMT
DETEC                            Send the detections made within time interval
PPICK OSS                        \ Send all available P-picks of the stations
PPICK SLE                        / OSS and SLE for the specified time interval
FTP   pub/incoming/out.fil       File-descr. to where response should be FTP'ed
INTER 192.12.25.18               Internet-address of the user's computer
EMAIL was@gsehub.css.gov         E-mail address where output should be sent to
STOP                             End of the request
 
Example 3:
---------
This sample mail shows how to retrieve waveform and calibration data.
 
Command line:                    Meaning:
 
BEGIN                            Start of a new request
DATE1 199307190800               Start of time interval: 1993Jul19 08:00 GMT
DATE2 199307192030               End of time interval  : 1993Jul19 20:30 GMT
WAVEF OSS                        \ Send all waveforms of the stations OSS and
WAVEF SLE                        / SLE recorded within the time interval
CALIB OSS                        Send calibration data of station OSS
EMAIL was@gsehub.css.gov         E-mail address where output should be sent to
STOP                             End of the request
 
 
Example 4:
---------
This sample mail shows how to request data in GSE2.0 format.
 
Command-line sent to AutoDRM:                             Meaning:
 
BEGIN     GSE2.0                                          Begin of message
MSG_TYPE  request                                         This is a request
MSG_ID    your_specific_ID  DEU_NDC                       Your ID
TIME      1994/12/18 22:54:4.0 TO 1994/12/18 22:56:12.0   Define Start/End Time
STA_LIST  APL                                             Define station(s)
CHAN_LIST SHZ, SLZ                                        Define channel(s)
WAVEFORM  GSE2.0                                          You want waveforms
STATION   GSE2.0                                          Station-info needed
CHANNEL   GSE2.0                                          Channel-info needed
RESPONSE  GSE2.0                                          Send calibration-info
OUTAGE    GSE2.0                                          Send outage info
E-MAIL    fish@sdac.bgr.hannover.de                       Your e-mail address
STOP                                                      End of request
 
Instead of 'E-MAIL your@mail.address' you may also specify
FTP your@mail.address; then you recieve only a short message and the
actual response is stored locally (to be retrieved later via FTP).
 
Note: If 'BEGIN GSE2.0' is specified, the format-options of the commands
WAVEFORM, STATION, CHANNEL, RESPONSE, and OUTAGE default to GSE2.0 and
therefore the format-specification 'GSE2.0' is optional!
 
 
NOTE: - All command lines must start on column 1
- The BEGIN command is absolutely necessary
(unless you send the  HELP  command)!
- The commands WAVEF, DETEC, AVAIL, and PPICK  m u s t  be preceeded by
either the TIME or the DATE1 and DATE2 commands.
- AUTODRM response mails are limited to a size of approximately
100 kilobytes UNLESS the FTP-option is used. If your request would
produce a larger response mail, the number of waveforms sent will
automatically be reduced and an error message will appear.
Therefore: use the FTP-option or SPLIT your requests (see below)!
- A request mail may contain several requests; each request must start
with the command BEGIN, must end with the command STOP and should have
the command EMAIL with the e-mail address. The response of each request
is sent by a separate e-mail in order to keep the message size small.
- Only one time interval (DATE1 & DATE2) per request is allowed, if you
use the old 'WAVEF stn'; if you use the STA_LIST and TIME environment,
followed by the WAVEFORM command, you may use multiple TIME intervals!
- The presence of a SUBJECT in the incoming request mail is not
necessary. However, if there is a subject, it is ignored.
 
 
 
The command set will be extended in the near future. It is recommended to
use the command GUIDE from time to time in order to be up to date with the
newest implementations of the Swiss AutoDRM.
 
 
 
 
Zurich, 17 Jun 1998 / uk
 
 
PS:    INFO: In case of strong earthquakes (globally) we automatically
disseminate 'Alert Messages' as soon as we have two independant
automatic locations.
If you want to receive these fast messages (either by e-mail or Fax;
please indicate) send a mail to:    KRADOLFER@SEISMO.IFG.ETHZ.CH
Further information may be found on our RedPuma Site
 
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Local AutoDRM Guide

The SZGRF operates disk arrays which allow automatic processing of GRF/GRSN data requests. The data are accessable by external users via this SED AutoDRM (originally implemented by Urs Kradolfer, ETH Zuerich). The mail address of the SZGRF AutoDRM is autodrm@szgrf.bgr.de . A mail 'please help' to this address returns a brief introduction on the AutoDRM. The data output of the AutoDRM is currently restricted to GSE2.0 format (for SH users: these data file can be read in directly with the command READGSE or 'Read GSE ...' in SHM). A conversion program to other GSE subformats (codeco) is also available via AutoDRM. GSE data are ASCII formatted data and are quite handy as long as the requested time window is not too large (less than 10min - 30min for 20Hz data, depending on the number of channels). Users which cannot handle GSE data or need larger time windows and require SEED or Mini-SEED data please see info about operator requests .

Automatically available data are all GRSN 20Hz and 1Hz data (since end of 1991) and 20Hz GRF data since 1980, all continuously. A more detailed and daily updated list is obtained with a special AutoDRM request (see below). It is distinguished between Jukebox data and Online data. Jukebox data are archived data of best possible quality and completeness. Online data are data on disk and may have smaller or larger gaps filled at a later time. Recoverable gaps are not very likely for Online GRF-data, but more likely for Online GRSN data. So if you requested Online data and did not receive all the data you wanted, repeat the request after the data are archived (usually between 3 and 8 weeks behind current time).

The following is a list of example requests to the AutoDRM. Please try the mails after you have replaced <your-email-address> by your own e-mail address.


To get the original manual of the AutoDRM

BEGIN
EMAIL <your-email-address>
GUIDE
STOP


Please note that not all of the specified options in the general description are implemented at the SZGRF.

Information about all available channels (daily updated)

BEGIN
EMAIL <your-email-address>
STA_LIST *
CHAN_LIST *
CHANNEL
STOP


Creates a rather long list with all existing channels and their available time spans.


Data request of a time window of all GRSN stations, 3-components, 20Hz

BEGIN
EMAIL <your-email-address>
STA_LIST GRSN
CHAN_LIST BH*
TIME 1994/12/19 17:55:00.0 TO 1994/12/19 18:05:00.0
WAVEFORM GSE2.0
STOP


Data request of a time window of all GRF stations, z-components, 20Hz

BEGIN
EMAIL <your-email-address>
STA_LIST GRF
CHAN_LIST BHZ
TIME 1995/08/17 01:08:00.0 TO 1995/08/17 01:13:00.0
WAVEFORM GSE2.0
STOP


 

Data request of a time window of all available stations and channels

BEGIN
EMAIL <your-email-address>
STA_LIST *
CHAN_LIST *
TIME 1995/08/17 01:08:00.0 TO 1995/08/17 01:13:00.0
WAVEFORM GSE2.0
STOP

A complete description of the command syntax you get at the web site of the SED. Please note, however, that not all of the AutoDRM options are implemented at the SZGRF version.


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