Configure real-time processing¶
You will enable processing by your existing local SeisComP system.
- Pre-requisites for this tutorial
Real-time data for the station must be available locally. See Get real-time data from a remote Seedlink server (single station) or Add real-time stations from GEOFON.
Inventory must be loaded locally.
The new station is used for automatic real-time data processing.
- Time range estimate
- Related tutorial(s)
In SeisComP terminology, bindings are the connection between modules and individual stations. See the “Bindings” section of Configuration for full details.
You can create the necessary bindings for your new station using scconfig. Go to the “Bindings” tab on the left side bar of scconfig.
You will need to add “global” and “scautopick” bindings.
Create a global profile named “BH” by clicking with the right button on “global” in the top right panel. Double click on it and set BH as detectStream and empty location code as detecLocID information. Adjust these as appropriate for your station.
Create a scautopick profile named “default” (no changes necessary).
Drag and drop all profiles from the right side to the network icon on the left side (you may do that also at the station level).
Press Ctrl+S to save the configuration. This writes configuration files in
Alternatively, you can add the scautopick and global bindings by editing the relevant top-level key file. (For station CLL of the GR network, this would be
etc/key/station_GR_CLL.) It would contain:
# Binding references global scautopick:default
in addition to any other bindings that might be defined for this station.
$ seiscomp update-config $ seiscomp restart scautopick
Check the station is used for processing¶
If you have correctly configured the station for processing, then:
On restarting scautopick, the station appears in the
scautopick.loglog file in
2020/03/01 18:01:00 [info/Autopick] Adding detection channel GR.CLL..BHZ
After some time, a nearby event will occur and the station should then be picked. This should appear in the latest
$ grep "CLL" .seiscomp/log/autoloc-picklog.2020-03-01 2020-03-01 18:31:47.1 GR CLL BHZ __ 40.9 177.433 1.1 A 20200301.183147.13-AIC-GR.CLL..BHZ
The station should now appear in the GUIs. After restarting them,
The station should now show up in scmv (as a new triangle at the expected location on the map, which is not black if the station is active).
In scrttv a trace should be visible.
In scolv, the new station is either already included in automatic locations, or can be added manually.