Provides an array of data and time stamps in us.
We plan to auto detect when FTP is required rather than the user explicitly requesting it. This will require a change to the way standard data is returned. For consistency, we will always return data in an array and higher request rates will return more values per array.
LOGGER returns array data at a given rate between T1 and T2. Data timestamps are in us.
LOGGER accepts a T1, T2, and Node name. The node name is optional. The DPM will do it's best to find a node to satisfy your request.
The T1 and T2 times are in UTC ms.
This is not yet implemented but will be soon.
LOGGERPOINT returns a single data point within the window around the T1 time.
LOGGERPOINT accepts T1, window, and node. The node name is optional.
The T1 time is in UTC ms.
The window time is in ms.
LOGGERDURATION returns array data at a given rate between now - DURATION and now. Data timestamps are in us.
LOGGERDURATION accepts DURATION and node. The node name is optional.
The DURATION time is in ms.
SRFILE returns a single data point from the given file.
SRFILE accepts a valid SRFILE number.
Allows requests to be redirected to a specific node.
REDIR accepts a source and destination. The source may be a * to redirect all requests to the given destination node.