- Add minimum request interval and use it to avoid sending web service requests too quickly. At 50 milliseconds the throttling will not engage for the vast majority of users.
- Numerous fixes to handling of Federated requests.
Restore capability to write output miniSEED to stdout by specifying the output file as a single dash, e.g. "-o -"
This release adds support for non-persistent (session) cookies for HTTP requests. This release will also retry requests resulting in authentication errors a single time as a work around edge-case authentication issues.
Fix SAC PZ and RESP output directory designation and creation when Federation is being performed. Data center specific directories are now created in the directory specified for the output.
FetchData 2015.014 includes support for the IRIS Federator system (using the irisws-fedcatalog service interface).
A new command line option of -F instructs FetchData to perform client-side federation, collecting data from multiple FDSN data centers with data matching the request criteria.
A parsing error for event depth values was fixed.
The error was due to the conversion of values from meters to kilometers before the complete value had been parsed, partial values can be returned by the XML parser. This error appears to only occur relatively rarley and for only when parsing very large XML documents, i.e. large requests.
FetchMeta now includes a new option
-matchtimeseries that includes matchtimeseries=TRUE in the request to the fdsnws-station web service. As documented in the FDSN web service specification, this option limits the results to metadata for which the criteria match the availability of time series data.
FetchData version 2014.253 was released with many changes since the previous release (2014.107).
* Use POST capabilty of fdsnws-station service, which is much faster to transport and parse over the XML (support is required for 1.1 services). * Many optimizations for large requests by re-organizing internal metadata handling and removing an unnecessary encoding check during download. * Translate empty location strings in metadata to "--" identifiers for data requests. * Add detection of stream truncation identifier, exit and print an error if present.
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