- Alarm Recorder
- Artemis Command History Publisher
- Artemis Event Publisher
- Artemis Parameter Publisher
- Artemis TM Publisher
- Command History Recorder
- Data Link Initialiser
- Event Recorder
- Index Server
- Parameter Archive Service
- Parameter Recorder
- Processor Creator Service
- Replay Server
- System Parameters Collector
- XTCE TM Recorder
The SCOS2K loader loads MIB definitions as defined by SCOS-2000. To use it, you need to compile the project yamcs-scos2k and copy the jar into the yamcs lib/ext directory.
Then you can add the following in the mdb.yaml:
scos-mib: - type: "org.yamcs.scos2k.MibLoader" args: path: "/path/to/ASCII/" # byte offset from beginning of the packet where the type and subType are read from typeOffset: 7 subTypeOffset: 8 epoch: "UNIX"
Known problems and limitations
The SCOS-2K loader has been implemented as a proof of concept and only subjected to limited testing by loading a TERMA TSC test database and comparing the TM/TC decoding/encoding with the TSC. A number of known limitations are documented below.
To be fixed as soon as someone shows some interest in this project (please submit an issue if you want this fixed):
the loader does not detect when the files have changed and does not reload the database. This is because it looks at the date of the ASCII directory. As a workaround you can either remove the serialized MDB from ~/.yamcs or /opt/yamcs/cache or run “touch ASCII” to change the date of the directory.
command verifiers are currently not loaded
Probably not immediate priority:
- delta monitoring checks (OCP_TYPE=D) not supported
- event generation (OCP_TYPE=E) not supported
- status consistency checks (OCP_TYPE=C, PCF_USCON=Y) not supported
- arguments of type “Command Id” (CPC_CATEG=A) are not supported. These can be used to insert one command inside another one. Instead a binary command argument is being used.
- SCOS 2K allows multiple command arguments with the same name. This is not supported in Yamcs (and in XTCE) so duplicate arguments are renamed arg_
with n increasing for each argument.
- no command stack support.