Module Configuration

agencyID

Type: string

Agency ID used to set creationInfo.agencyID in data model objects. Should not contain spaces. Default is GFZ.

datacenterID

Type: string

Datacenter ID which is primarily used by Arclink and its tools. Should not contain spaces.

organization

Type: string

Organization name used mainly by ArcLink and SeedLink. Default is Unset.

author

Type: string

Author name used to set creationInfo.author in data model objects. @appname@ is replace by the name of the respective executable, @hostname@ by the name of the computer on which it runs. Default is @appname@@@@hostname@.

plugins

Type: list:string

List of plugins loaded at startup. Separate multiple names by comma. Add ${plugins} to consider all previously read values.

cityXML

Type: string

Path to the cities XML file. If undefined, the data is read from “@CONFIGDIR@/cities.xml” or “@DATADIR@/cities.xml”. SeisComP ships with “@DATADIR@/cities.xml”.

loadCities

Type: boolean

Load cities from file configured by the “cityXML” parameter. GUI and map applications enable loading of cities by default considering the parameter “scheme.map.showCities”.

loadRegions

Type: boolean

Load custom FEP (Flinn-Engdahl polygon) regions from “@CONFIGDIR@/fep/” or @DATADIR@/fep/”. GUI and map applications and scevent enable FEP regions by default. Explicitly uncheck the option to disregard by these applications.

publicIDPattern

Type: string

Defines a custom pattern for generation of public object IDs. The following variables are resolved: @classname@ (class name of object), @id@ (public object count), @globalid@ (general object count), @time@ (current time, use ‘/’ to supply custom format e.g. @time/%FT%T.%fZ@

configModule

Type: string

Name of the configuration module. Default is trunk.

database

Type: string

Defines the database connection. If no database is configured (which is the default) and a messaging connection is available, the application will receive the parameters after the connection is established. Override these values only if you know what you are doing.

The format is: service://user:pwd@host/database. “service” is the name of the database driver which can be queried with “–db-driver-list”.

IMPORTANT: This parameter replaces former “database.type” and “database.parameters” which have been removed.

recordstream

Type: string

SeisComP applications access waveform data through the RecordStream interface. Read the SeisComP documentation for a list of supported services and their configuration.

This parameter configures RecordStream source URL.

Format: [service://]location[#type]

“service”: The name of the RecordStream implementation. If not given, “file://” is implied.

IMPORTANT: This parameter replaces former RecordStream configurations in “recordstream.service” and “recordstream.source” which have been removed.

logging.level

Type: int

Sets the logging level between 1 and 4 where 1=ERROR, 2=WARNING, 3=INFO and 4=DEBUG. Default is 2.

logging.file

Type: boolean

Enables logging into a log file. Default is true.

logging.syslog

Type: boolean

Enables logging to syslog if supported by the host system. Default is false.

logging.components

Type: list:string

Limit the logging to the specified list of components e.g. ‘Application, Server’

logging.component

Type: boolean

For each log entry print the component right after the log level. By default the component output is enabled for file output but disabled for console output.

logging.context

Type: boolean

For each log entry print the source file name and line number. Default is false.

logging.utc

Type: boolean

Use UTC instead of localtime in logging timestamps.

logging.file.rotator

Type: boolean

Enables rotation of log files. Default is true.

logging.file.rotator.timeSpan

Type: int

Unit: s

Time span after which a log file is rotated. Default is 86400.

logging.file.rotator.archiveSize

Type: int

How many historic log files to keep. Default is 7.

logging.file.rotator.maxFileSize

Type: int

Unit: byte

The maximum size of a logfile in byte. The default value is 100 megabyte. If a logfile exceeds that size, then it is rotated. To disable the size limit give 0 or a negative value. Default is 104857600.

logging.objects.timeSpan

Type: int

Unit: s

Timespan for counting input/output of objects. Default is 60.

logging.syslog.facility

Type: string

Defines the syslog facility to be used according to the defined facility names in syslog.h. The default is local0. If the given name is invalid or not available, initializing logging will fail and the application quits. Default is local0.

connection.server

Type: host-with-port

Defines the URL of the messaging server to connect to. URL format is [scheme://]host[:port][/queue]. Default scheme: scmp, default port: 18180, default queue: production. Examples:

All default: localhost

Specfic host: scmp://10.0.1.4:18180/production

Specfic host and SSL encryption: scmps://10.0.1.4:18180/production Default is localhost.

connection.username

Type: string

Defines the username to be used. The length is maybe limited by the messaging system used. By default the module name (name of the executable) is used but sometimes it exceeds the 10 character limit and access is denied. To prevent errors set a different username. An empty username will let the system to generate one.

connection.timeout

Type: int

Unit: s

The connection timeout in seconds. 3 seconds are normally more than enough. If a client needs to connect to a remote system with a slow connection, a larger timeout might be needed. Default is 3.

connection.primaryGroup

Type: string

Defines the primary group of a module. This is the name of the group where a module sends its messages to if the target group is not explicitely given in the send call.

connection.contentType

Type: string

Defines the message encoding for sending. Allowed values are “binary”, “json” or “xml”. XML has more overhead in processing but is more robust when schema versions between client and server are different. Default is binary.

connection.subscriptions

Type: list:string

Defines a list of message groups to subscribe to. The default is usually given by the application and does not need to be changed.

Note

database.* Defines the database connection. If no database is configured (which is the default) and a messaging connection is available, the application will receive the parameters after the connection is established. Override these values only if you know what you are doing.

database.inventory

Type: string

Load the inventory database from a given XML file if set. This overrides the inventory definitions loaded from the database backend.

database.config

Type: string

Load the configuration database from a given XML file if set. This overrides the configuration definitions loaded from the database backend.

processing.whitelist.agencies

Type: list:string

Defines a whitelist of agencies that are allowed for processing. Separate items by comma.

processing.blacklist.agencies

Type: list:string

Defines a blacklist of agencies that are not allowed for processing. Separate items by comma.

inventory.whitelist.nettype

Type: list:string

List of network types to include when loading the inventory.

inventory.whitelist.statype

Type: list:string

List of station types to include when loading the inventory.

inventory.blacklist.nettype

Type: list:string

List of network types to exclude when loading the inventory.

inventory.blacklist.statype

Type: list:string

List of station types to exclude when loading the inventory.

scripts.crashHandler

Type: path

Path to crash handler script

core.plugins

Type: list:string

Defines a list of core modules loaded at startup. Default is dbmysql.

client.startStopMessage

Type: boolean

Enables sending of an application start- and stop message to the STATUS_GROUP. Default is false.

client.autoShutdown

Type: boolean

Enables automatic application shutdown triggered by a status message. Default is false.

client.shutdownMasterModule

Type: string

Triggers shutdown if the module name of the received messages match

client.shutdownMasterUsername

Type: string

Triggers shutdown if the user name of the received messages match

commands.target

Type: string

A regular expression of all clients that should handle a command message usually send to the GUI messaging group. Currently this flag is only used by GUI applications to set an artificial origin and to tell other clients to show this origin. To let all connected clients handle the command, “.*$” can be used.

Note

ttt.* Travel time table related configuration. Travel time tables can be added via plugins. Built-in interfaces are LOCSAT and libtau. For each loaded interface a list of supported models must be provided.

Note

ttt.$name.* $name is a placeholder for the name to be used.

ttt.$name.tables

Type: list:string

The list of supported model names per interface.

Note

amplitudes.* Amplitude configurations overriding global bindings.

Note

magnitudes.* Magnitude configurations overriding global bindings. Add regionalization by magnitude-type profiles. Profile names correspond to magnitude types.

Note

magnitudes.$name.* $name is a placeholder for the name to be used.

magnitudes.$name.regionFile

Type: path

Path to a geofeature file, e.g. in BNA or GeoJSON format, with one or more polygons defining geographic regions. Each region allows further magnitude parametrization. The order of polygons/regions matters. The list is tested from front to back and the first hit wins. Magnitude-region profiles refer to the polygons by the name of the profile. The special name “world” must not be present in the geofeature file.

Note

magnitudes.$name.region.* Add parameter profiles for regions defined in the geofeature file. Profile names must match one polygon name. Otherwise, the profile is not considered. The special name “world” corresponds to the region of the entire planet as a fallback. ** Magnitude-specific parameters, e.g. calibration functions, are adjusted in a separate section of magnitudes with the same name.

Note

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.* $name is a placeholder for the name to be used.

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.enable

Type: boolean

Enable the region or not. Default is false.

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.minDist

Type: double

Unit: deg

The minimum distance required to compute a magnitude. This settings has no effect with e.g. scautopick as there is no information about the source of the event to compute the distance. The default value is implementation specific.

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.maxDist

Type: double

Unit: deg

The maximum distance allowed to compute a magnitude. This settings has no effect with e.g. scautopick as there is no information about the source of the event to compute the distance. The default value is implementation specific.

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.minDepth

Type: double

Unit: km

The minimum depth required to compute a magnitude. This settings has no effect with e.g. scautopick as there is no information about the source of the event to retrieve the depth. The default value is implementation specific.

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.maxDepth

Type: double

Unit: km

The maximum depth allowed to compute a magnitude. This settings has no effect with e.g. scautopick as there is no information about the source of the event to retrieve the depth. The default value is implementation specific.

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.check

Type: string

Defines how the region check is performed to accept a source receiver pair for further processing. Allowed values are:

source: Only the source/origin must be within the region.

source-receiver: Both source/origin and receiver/station must be within the region.

raypath: The entire path between source/origin and receiver/station must be withing the region. Default is source.

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.multiplier

Type: double

Linear part of the default station correction for this region. Default is 1.

magnitudes.$name.region.$name.offset

Type: double

Constant part of the default station correction for this region. Default is 0.

Bindings Parameters

detecLocid

Type: string

The sensor location code of the preferred stream used e.g. by scautopick and scrttv.

detecStream

Type: string

The channel code of the preferred stream used by e.g. scautopick and scrttv. If no component code is given, the vertical component will be fetched from inventory considering the channel orientation (azimuth, dip). If that approach fails, ‘Z’ will be appended and used as fallback. Do not use regular expressions!

Note

amplitudes.* Define general parameters for amplitudes of a certain type. Create amplitude type profiles to define the time windows, minimum signal-to-noise ratio, amplitude thresholds and restitution for measuring amplitudes of a certain type.

amplitudes.saturationThreshold

Type: string

Unit: counts; %

Defines the saturation threshold for the optional saturation check. By default the saturation check is disabled but giving a value above 0 will enable it. Waveforms that are saturated are not used for amplitude calculations.

This value can either be an absolute value of counts such as “100000” counts or a relative value (optionally in percent) with respect to the number of effective bits, e.g. “0.8@23” or “80%@23”. The first version uses 1**23 * 0.8 whereas the latter uses 1**23 * 80/100.

The boolean value “false” explicitly disables the check. Default is false.

amplitudes.enable

Type: boolean

Defines if amplitude calculation is enabled. If disabled, this station will be skipped for amplitudes and magnitudes. Default is true.

amplitudes.enableResponses

Type: boolean

Activates deconvolution for this station. If no responses are configured, an error is raised and the data is not processed. This flag will be overridden by the type specific flag (see Amplitude type profile). Default is false.

Note

amplitudes.$name.* An amplitude profile configures global parameters for a particular amplitude type. The available amplitude types are not fixed and can be extended by plugins. The name of the type must match the one defined in the corresponding AmplitudeProcessor. $name is a placeholder for the name to be used.

amplitudes.$name.saturationThreshold

Type: string

Unit: counts; %

Defines the saturation threshold for the optional saturation check. By default the saturation check is disabled but giving a value above 0 will enable it. Waveforms that are saturated are not used for amplitude calculations.

This value can either be an absolute value of counts such as “100000” counts or a relative value (optionally in percent) with respect to the number of effective bits, e.g. “0.8@23” or “80%@23”. The first version uses 1**23 * 0.8 whereas the latter uses 1**23 * 80/100.

The boolean value “false” explicitly disables the check. Default is false.

amplitudes.$name.enable

Type: boolean

Defines if amplitude calculation of certain type is enabled. Default is true.

amplitudes.$name.enableResponses

Type: boolean

Activates deconvolution for this amplitude type. If not set, the global flag “amplitudes.enableResponses” will be used instead. Default is false.

amplitudes.$name.minSNR

Type: double

Defines the mininum SNR to be reached to compute the amplitudes. This value is amplitude type specific and has no global default value.

amplitudes.$name.noiseBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the default time (relative to the trigger time) of the begin of the noise window used to compute the noise offset and noise amplitude. Each amplitude processor sets its own noise time window and this option should only be changed if you know what you are doing.

amplitudes.$name.noiseEnd

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the default time (relative to the trigger time) of the end of the noise window used to compute the noise offset and noise amplitude. Each amplitude processor sets its own noise time window and this option should only be changed if you know what you are doing.

amplitudes.$name.signalBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the default time (relative to the trigger time) of the begin of the signal window used to compute the final amplitude. Each amplitude processor sets its own signal time window and this option should only be changed if you know what you are doing.

amplitudes.$name.signalEnd

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the default time (relative to the trigger time) of the end of the signal window used to compute the final amplitude. Each amplitude processor sets its own signal time window and this option should only be changed if you know what you are doing.

amplitudes.$name.minDist

Type: double

Unit: deg

The minimum distance required to compute an amplitude. This settings has no effect with e.g. scautopick as there is no information about the source of the event to compute the distance. The default value is implementation specific.

amplitudes.$name.maxDist

Type: double

Unit: deg

The maximum distance allowed to compute an amplitude. This settings has no effect with e.g. scautopick as there is no information about the source of the event to compute the distance. The default value is implementation specific.

amplitudes.$name.minDepth

Type: double

Unit: km

The minimum depth required to compute an amplitude. This settings has no effect with e.g. scautopick as there is no information about the source of the event to retrieve the depth. The default value is implementation specific.

amplitudes.$name.maxDepth

Type: double

Unit: km

The maximum depth allowed to compute an amplitude. This settings has no effect with e.g. scautopick as there is no information about the source of the event to retrieve the depth. The default value is implementation specific.

amplitudes.$name.regionalize

Type: boolean

Controls if the amplitude calculation should be regionalized or not. The regions and their configuration are taken from the corresponding magnitude profiles. If regionalization is activate, then e.g. modules without origin information will not be able to compute an amplitude as the origin is required to determine the effective settings.

If amplitudes for this particular type shall be computed regardless of any defined regions, set this parameter to false. Default is true.

Note

amplitudes.$name.resp.* Several parameters if usage of full responses is enabled.

amplitudes.$name.resp.taper

Unit: s

Defines the length of the taper at either side of the waveform. The length will be added to the data request: start - taper and end + taper. Default is 5.

amplitudes.$name.resp.minFreq

Unit: Hz

After data are converted in to the frequency domain that minimum frequency defines the end of the left-side cosine taper for the frequency spectrum. The taper applies from 0 Hz to {minFreq} Hz. A value of 0 or lower disables that taper. Default is 0.00833333.

amplitudes.$name.resp.maxFreq

Unit: Hz

After data are converted in to the frequency domain that maximum frequency defines the start of the right-side cosine taper for the frequency spectrum. The taper applies from {maxFreq} Hz to {fNyquist} Hz. A value of 0 or lower disables that taper. Default is 0.

Note

amplitudes.resp.* Several parameters if usage of full responses is enabled. The parameters of this group will be overridden by type specific settings if given (see Amplitude type profile).

amplitudes.resp.taper

Unit: s

Defines the length of the taper at either side of the waveform. The length will be added to the data request: start - taper and end + taper. Default is 5.

amplitudes.resp.minFreq

Unit: Hz

After data are converted in to the frequency domain that minimum frequency defines the end of the left-side cosine taper for the frequency spectrum. The taper applies from 0 Hz to {minFreq} Hz. A value of 0 or lower disables that taper. Default is 0.00833333.

amplitudes.resp.maxFreq

Unit: Hz

After data are converted in to the frequency domain that maximum frequency defines the start of the right-side cosine taper for the frequency spectrum. The taper applies from {maxFreq} Hz to {fNyquist} Hz. A value of 0 or lower disables that taper. Default is 0.

Note

amplitudes.WoodAnderson.* Allows to configure the Wood-Anderson seismometer response. The default values are according to the version of Gutenberg (1935). The newer version by Uhrhammer and Collins (1990) is part of the IASPEI Magnitude Working Group recommendations of 2011 September 9. This version uses gain=2800, T0=0.8 s, h=0.8.

amplitudes.WoodAnderson.gain

Type: double

The gain of the Wood-Anderson response. Default is 2800.

amplitudes.WoodAnderson.T0

Type: double

Unit: s

The eigen period of the Wood-Anderson seismometer. Default is 0.8.

amplitudes.WoodAnderson.h

Type: double

The damping constant of the Wood-Anderson seismometer. Default is 0.8.

Note

magnitudes.* Define magnitude parameters independent of amplitude-type profiles. For magnitude correction parameters, e.g. network of station corrections, create a magnitude type profile.

Note

magnitudes.$name.* A magnitude profile configures global parameters for a particular magnitude type. The available magnitude types are not fixed and can be extended by plugins. The name of the type must match the one defined in the corresponding MagnitudeProcessor. $name is a placeholder for the name to be used.

magnitudes.$name.multiplier

Type: list:string

Part of the magnitude station correction. The final magnitude value is multiplier*M+offset. This value can be regionalized with name-value pairs. The name is the name of the region. Without a name the value is the default without regionalization. Example: “1.0, regionA: 0.9, regionB: 1.1”. Default is 1.

magnitudes.$name.offset

Type: list:string

Part of the magnitude station correction. The final magnitude value is multiplier*M+offset. This value can be regionalized with name-value pairs. The name is the name of the region. Without a name the value is the default without regionalization. Example: “0.0, regionA: -0.1, regionB: 0.2”. Default is 0.

Note

picker.* Parameters controlling the second-stage picker for re-picking P phases after an initial detection.

Note

picker.AIC.* AIC picker is an implementation using the simple non-AR algorithm of Maeda (1985), see paper of Zhang et al. (2003) in BSSA. The picker interface name to be used in configuration files, e.g. of scautopick, is “AIC”.

picker.AIC.noiseBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the relative data acquisition time (relative to the triggering pick). This adds a margin to the actual processing and is useful to initialize the filter (e.g. bandpass). The data is not used at all until signalBegin is reached. The data time window start is the minimum of noiseBegin and signalBegin. Default is 0.

picker.AIC.signalBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the default time (relative to the trigger time) of the begin of the signal window used to pick. Default is -30.

picker.AIC.signalEnd

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the default time (relative to the trigger time) of the begin of the signal window used to pick. Default is 10.

picker.AIC.filter

Type: string

Overrides the default filter which is “raw”. The typical filter grammar can be used.

picker.AIC.minSNR

Type: double

Mininum SNR as returned from AIC for accepting picks. Default is 3.

Note

picker.BK.* Bkpicker is an implementation of the Baer/Kradolfer picker adapted to SeisComP. It was created by converting Manfred Baers from Fortran to C++ and inserting it as a replacement for the picker algorithm. The picker interface name to be used in configuration files, e.g. of scautopick,is “BK”.

picker.BK.noiseBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the relative data acquisition time (relative to the triggering pick). This adds a margin to the actual processing and is useful to initialize the filter (e.g. bandpass). The data is not used at all until signalBegin is reached. The data time window start is the minimum of noiseBegin and signalBegin. Default is 0.

picker.BK.signalBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the default time (relative to the trigger time) of the begin of the signal window used to pick. Default is -20.

picker.BK.signalEnd

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the default time (relative to the trigger time) of the begin of the signal window used to pick. Default is 80.

picker.BK.filterType

Type: string

BP (Bandpass) is currently the only option. Default is BP.

picker.BK.filterPoles

Type: int

Number of poles. Default is 2.

picker.BK.f1

Type: double

Unit: Hz

Bandpass lower cutoff freq. in Hz. Default is 5.

picker.BK.f2

Type: double

Unit: Hz

Bandpass upper cutoff freq. in Hz. Default is 20.

picker.BK.thrshl1

Type: double

Threshold to trigger for pick (c.f. paper), default 10 Default is 10.

picker.BK.thrshl2

Type: double

Threshold for updating sigma (c.f. paper), default 20 Default is 20.

Note

spicker.* Parameters controlling the secondary picker, e.g for picking S phases.

Note

spicker.L2.* L2 is an algorithm to pick S-phases based on existing P-phases. It works by creating the L2 norm of the two filtered horizontal components and then running the `detecFilter` on the L2 trace to find the S pick. Finally AIC is applied around the detected pick time to refine the detection. The picker name to be used in configuration files is “S-L2”.

spicker.L2.noiseBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the relative data processing start time (relative to the triggering pick). This adds a margin to the actual processing and is useful to initialize the filter (e.g. bandpass). The data is not used at all until signalBegin is reached. The data time window start is the minimum of noiseBegin and signalBegin. Default is -10.

spicker.L2.signalBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the relative start time (relative to the triggering pick) of the begin of the signal processing. Default is 0.

spicker.L2.signalEnd

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the relative end time (relative to the triggering pick) of the end of the signal window used to pick. Default is 60.

spicker.L2.filter

Type: string

Configures the filter used to process the horizontal components traces before computing the L2-norm. Default is BW(4,0.3,1.0).

spicker.L2.detecFilter

Type: string

Configures the detector filter applied on the filtered L2 trace. Default is STALTA(1,10).

spicker.L2.threshold

Type: double

The detector threshold that triggers the AIC picker. Default is 3.

spicker.L2.timeCorr

Type: double

Unit: s

The time correction (in seconds) added to the detection time before AIC time window is computed. Default is 0.

spicker.L2.marginAIC

Type: double

Unit: s

The AIC time window around the detection used to pick. If 0, AIC is not used. Default is 5.

spicker.L2.minSNR

Type: double

Minimum SNR as returned from AIC for accepting picks. Default is 15.

Note

spicker.V.* This S-picker works similarly to L2 but it only uses the vertical component to pick S-phases. The picker name to use is configuration files is “S-V”

spicker.V.noiseBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the relative data processing start time (relative to the triggering pick). This adds a margin to the actual processing and is useful to initialize the filter (e.g. bandpass). The data is not used at all until signalBegin is reached. The data time window start is the minimum of noiseBegin and signalBegin. Default is -10.

spicker.V.signalBegin

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the relative start time (relative to the triggering pick) of the begin of the signal processing. Default is 0.

spicker.V.signalEnd

Type: double

Unit: s

Overrides the relative end time (relative to the triggering pick) of the end of the signal window used to pick. Default is 60.

spicker.V.filter

Type: string

Configures the filter used to process the raw vertical component data Default is BW(4,0.3,1.0).

spicker.V.detecFilter

Type: string

Configures the detector filter applied on filtered data. Default is STALTA(1,10).

spicker.V.threshold

Type: double

The detector threshold that triggers the AIC picker. Default is 3.

spicker.V.timeCorr

Type: double

Unit: s

The time correction (in seconds) added to the detection time before AIC time window is computed. Default is 0.

spicker.V.marginAIC

Type: double

Unit: s

The AIC time window around the detection used to pick. If 0 AIC is not used. Default is 5.

spicker.V.minSNR

Type: double

Defines the mininum SNR as returned from AIC. Default is 15.

Command-Line Options

Generic

-h, --help

show help message.

-V, --version

show version information

--config-file arg

Use alternative configuration file. When this option is used the loading of all stages is disabled. Only the given configuration file is parsed and used. To use another name for the configuration create a symbolic link of the application or copy it, e.g. scautopick -> scautopick2.

--plugins arg

Load given plugins.

-D, --daemon

Run as daemon. This means the application will fork itself and doesn’t need to be started with &.

--auto-shutdown arg

Enable/disable self-shutdown because a master module shutdown. This only works when messaging is enabled and the master module sends a shutdown message (enabled with –start-stop-msg for the master module).

--shutdown-master-module arg

Sets the name of the master-module used for auto-shutdown. This is the application name of the module actually started. If symlinks are used, then it is the name of the symlinked application.

--shutdown-master-username arg

Sets the name of the master-username of the messaging used for auto-shutdown. If “shutdown-master-module” is given as well, this parameter is ignored.

Verbose

--verbosity arg

Verbosity level [0..4]. 0:quiet, 1:error, 2:warning, 3:info, 4:debug

-v, --v

Increase verbosity level (may be repeated, eg. -vv)

-q, --quiet

Quiet mode: no logging output

--print-component arg

For each log entry print the component right after the log level. By default the component output is enabled for file output but disabled for console output.

--print-context arg

For each log entry print the source file name and line number.

--component arg

Limits the logging to a certain component. This option can be given more than once.

-s, --syslog

Use syslog logging back end. The output usually goes to /var/lib/messages.

-l, --lockfile arg

Path to lock file.

--console arg

Send log output to stdout.

--debug

Debug mode: –verbosity=4 –console=1

--trace

Trace mode: –verbosity=4 –console=1 –print-component=1 –print-context=1

--log-file arg

Use alternative log file.

Messaging

-u, --user arg

Overrides configuration parameter connection.username.

-H, --host arg

Overrides configuration parameter connection.server.

-t, --timeout arg

Overrides configuration parameter connection.timeout.

-g, --primary-group arg

Overrides configuration parameter connection.primaryGroup.

-S, --subscribe-group arg

A group to subscribe to. This option can be given more than once.

--content-type arg

Overrides configuration parameter connection.contentType.

--start-stop-msg arg

Sets sending of a start- and a stop message.

Database

--db-driver-list

List all supported database drivers.

-d, --database arg

The database connection string, format: service://user:pwd@host/database. “service” is the name of the database driver which can be queried with “–db-driver-list”.

--config-module arg

The configmodule to use.

--inventory-db arg

Load the inventory from the given database or file, format: [service://]location

--config-db arg

Load the configuration from the given database or file, format: [service://]location

Records

--record-driver-list

List all supported record stream drivers

-I, --record-url arg

The recordstream source URL, format: [service://]location[#type]. “service” is the name of the recordstream driver which can be queried with “–record-driver-list”. If “service” is not given, “file://” is used.

--record-file arg

Specify a file as record source.

--record-type arg

Specify a type for the records being read.

Cities

--city-xml arg

The path to the cities XML file. This overrides the default paths. Compare with the global parameter “citiesXML”

User interface

-F, --full-screen

Starts the application filling the entire screen. This only works with GUI applications.

-N, --non-interactive

Use non-interactive presentation mode. This only works with GUI applications.