The logfiles are stored in the
If you install C3Fire at
Every session is stored in one folder with the name of the session.
The C3Fire server automatically creates unique names for all the sessions.
From the beginning the logfile folder contains the logfile and the configuration files for that session.
Example : (Session name = c3fire-8)
You can rename the session folder, but then you need to change the name of the files in the folder so that they have the same name pattern. The renaming can only be done if you are using C3Fire version 3.2.2 or higher.
Example : (If you want to rename the file 8 to Test)
Processing and Calculations
When you start some calculation or processing of a logfile you must have the folder structure intact. If you want to process the session with name 8 you should select the folder
If you have run an experiment series than you should COPY all the session you want to process to experiment data folder. Example : If you have run nine sessions you can copy all of them to
If you want to process all the session in the experiment you should select the folder
When you have done a number of experiments it is difficult to organize the sequence and session logs. Sequence grabber helps you to organise those files.
The Sequence grabber focuses on one sequence log, it takes all session logs belonging to that sequence and stores them in a selected output directory. The Sequence grabber also rename the session log numbers from the numbers automatically given by the system, at the experiment time, to session number defined in the sequence definition.
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The grab sequence process information is viewed in the foot of the analysis window and in the process window. The process window is opened in the menu with selection; Window->Process_Window.
In Version Update the log files are updated to latest log file version.
Logfiles with missing end are also fixed.
Log File Extraction
The main session log file generated by the C3Fire system is one large file containing all types of events.
All events have an event number, which make them unique, and they are sorted after time and the event number. This makes it difficult to find the evaluation of a single event type.
The Log File Extraction generates a new log file for every event type in the main session log file. For more information about the event types chose Event Types in left menu. When the Log File Extractor finds a session log file it creates the directory structure /Measurements/LogFiles/ in the same directory as the session log file. The generated event type log files are stored in that created directory, /Measurements/LogFiles/ .
Information about the Event Types is found in left menu.
When a Log File Extraction has been done you can perform calculations on the event type log files.
The calculations are stored in the Measurement/Calculations/ directory, which was created when the Log File Extraction was done.
A fire calculation file example: