Keys in the ODB /Logger/SQL subtree

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The ODB /Logger/SQL ODB subtree is a subdirectory of the /Logger ODB tree. The The ODB /Logger/SQL subtree will be created by the MIDAS logger (mlogger) - see Logging to a mySQL database.


Keys in the /Logger/SQL subtree

The following sections explain the purpose of the keys in this subtree.


Create Database

  • Type: BOOL
  • Default: "n"

If this key in the /Logger/SQL subtree is set, the SQL database will be created.





Write Data

  • Type: BOOL
  • Default: "n"


If this key in the /Logger/SQL subtree is set , the data will be written to the SQL database, provided the MIDAS logger (mlogger) is also set to write the data - see /Logger/Write data key.





Hostname

  • Type: STRING
  • Default: "localhost"


This key in the /Logger/SQL subtree contains the name of the host where the SQL database is located.





Username

  • Type: STRING
  • Default: "root"


This key in the /Logger/SQL subtree contains the username for access to the SQL Database.





Password

  • Type: STRING
  • Default:


This key in the /Logger/SQL subtree contains the (encoded) password for access to the SQL Database.




Database

  • Type: STRING
  • Default: <experiment name>


This key in the /Logger/SQL subtree contains the name of the SQL Database (predefined as the name of the experiment in ODB Key /Experiment/Name).




Table

  • Type: STRING
  • Default: "Runlog"


This key in the /Logger/SQL subtree contains the name of the table in the SQL Database.




Links BOR

  • Type: DIR


This directory in the /Logger/SQL subtree contains links to parameters in the ODB that are to be saved in the SQL Database at Begin-of-run. The links

are created automatically by the MIDAS logger (mlogger) the first time it runs. The user may add other links as desired.





Links EOR

  • Type: DIR


This directory in the /Logger/SQL subtree contains links to parameters in the ODB that are to be saved in the SQL Database at End-of-run. The link

is created automatically by the MIDAS logger (mlogger) the first time it runs. The user may add other links as desired.