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RDLogManager can create and manage Events, Clocks, and Grids, as well as generating Logs. It can be run either as a GUI, or via Command Line.

GUI

Command Line

The RDLogManager can be run as a command-line program using the command rdlogmanager.

Used in conjunction with the standard Linux tools such as Scripting or Cron, this makes rdlogmanager suitable for automation.

Switches

rdlogmanager [-P] [-g] [-m] [-t] [-r <rpt-name>] [-d <days>] [-e <days>] -s <svc-name>

-P
     Do not overwrite existing logs or imports.

-g
     Generate a new log for the specified service.

-m
     Merge the Music log for the specified service.

-t
     Merge the Traffic log for the specified service.

-r <rpt-name>
     Generate report <rpt-name>.

-d <days>
     Specify a start date offset.  For log operations, this will be added
     to tomorrow's date to arrive at a target date, whereas for report
     operations it will be added to yesterday's date to arrive at a target
     date.  Default value is '0'.

-e <days>
     Specify an end date offset.  This will be added to yesterday's date
     to arrive at a target end date.  Valid only for certain report types.
     Default value is '0'.

-s <service-name>
     Specify service <service-name> for log operations.

Examples

To generate a log for tomorrow for service “OnAir” the command would be:

rdlogmanager -g -s OnAir

To generate and merge a log for Sunday on Friday:

rdlogmanager -g -m -t -s OnAir -d 2

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