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Method for determining interface packet count #280

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tgolden313 opened this Issue Apr 12, 2016 · 1 comment

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tgolden313 commented Apr 12, 2016

When sending a large chunk of data to COSMOS, sometimes the interface backs up with packets and it can take a bit of time to process all the packets. For a script that connects the interface, sends data, and then disconnects the interface (for instance is process stored data files) - there's no clean way to know that the interface is done.

At first I attempted to use System.targets[XX].tlm_cnt - but this value is always 0. For the case of multiple interfaces for a target - seems like access to tlm_cnt via the interface would be helpful.

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re #280 Remove the interface cmd/tlm packet count methods and add met…
…hods to retrieve all information displayed by CTS

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Merge pull request #450 from BallAerospace/interface_pkt_cnt
re #280 Add methods to COSMOS API to get interface cmd/tlm packet counts
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Closed with 1d0aed1. New methods are documented on the website.

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donaldatball commented May 16, 2017

Closed with 1d0aed1. New methods are documented on the website.

@ryanatball ryanatball modified the milestone: v3.9.2 May 18, 2017

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