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Subject: RE: Channel Access Writes Failed on Asyn Record Writable Fields
From: "Mark Rivers" <rivers@cars.uchicago.edu>
To: "William Lu" <weiwei@jlab.org>
Cc: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 10:19:56 -0500
Note that DSET=(nil) and RSET=(nil).  That is wrong.

It looks to me like the record was not initialized correctly.  Did you
get errors in iocInit?

Mark


-----Original Message-----
From: William Lu [mailto:weiwei@jlab.org] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 10:04 AM
To: Mark Rivers
Cc: Ralph Lange; tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Subject: Re: Channel Access Writes Failed on Asyn Record Writable Fields

Here is what I got.  By the way, I am using asyn version R4-10.

epics> dbpf LS450PS:asyn "test"
filename="../dbTest.c" line number=295
putFields are disabled - dbPutField error
epics> dbpr LS450PS:asyn 10
ACKS: NO_ALARM      ACKT: YES           ACMD: None          ADDR: 0
AINP:               AOUT:               AQR: 0              ASG:
ASP: (nil)          AUCT: autoConnect   BAUD: Unknown       BINP: 0
BKPT: 00            BOUT: 0             CNCT: Connect       DBIT:
Unknown
DESC:               DISA: 0             DISP: 0             DISS:
NO_ALARM
DISV: 1             DPVT: 0x99daeb0     DRVINFO:            DSET: (nil)
DTYP: asynRecordDevice                  ENBL: Enable        EOMR: None
ERRS: 0x99db190     EVNT: 0             F64INP: 0           F64IV: 0
F64OUT: 0           FCTL: Unknown       FLNK:CONSTANT 0     GPIBIV: 0
I32INP: 0           I32IV: 0            I32OUT: 0           IEOS:
IFACE: asynOctet    IFMT: ASCII         IMAX: 80            IPTR:
0x99db0e0
LCNT: 0             LSET: 0xfacbe0      MCTL: Unknown
MLIS: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 80 81 9d 09                   MLOK: 00 00 
00 00
NAME: LS450PS:asyn  NAWT: 0             NORD: 0             NOWT: 80
NRRD: 0             NSEV: NO_ALARM      NSTA: NO_ALARM      OCTETIV: 1
OEOS:               OFMT: ASCII         OMAX: 80            OPTIONIV: 0
OPTR: 0x99db088     PACT: 0             PCNCT: Connect      PHAS: 0
PINI: NO            PORT: sockserv      PPN: (nil)          PPNR: (nil)
PRIO: LOW           PROC: 0             PRTY: Unknown       PUTF: 0
RDES: 0xfacc00      REASON: 0           RPRO: 0             RSET: (nil)
SBIT: Unknown       SCAN: Passive       SDIS:CONSTANT       SEVR:
NO_ALARM
SOCK:               SPR: 0              SPVT: (nil)         STAT:
NO_ALARM
TB0: On             TB1: Off            TB2: Off            TB3: Off
TB4: Off            TFIL: Unknown       TIB0: Off           TIB1: Off
TIB2: Off           TIME: c8 ba 9d 09 00 00 00 00           TINP:
TIOM: 0             TMOD: Write/Read    TMOT: 1             TMSK: 1
TPRO: 0             TSE: 0              TSEL:CONSTANT       TSIZ: 80
UCMD: None          UDF: 0              UI32INP: 0          UI32IV: 0
UI32MASK: 4294967295                    UI32OUT: 0          VAL:
epics> asynReport 10 sockserv
sockserv multiDevice:No canBlock:Yes autoConnect:Yes
    enabled:Yes connected:Yes numberConnects 1
    nDevices 0 nQueued 0 blocked:No
    asynManagerLock:No synchronousLock:No
    exceptionActive:No exceptionUsers 2 exceptionNotifys 0
    interposeInterfaceList
        asynOctet pinterface 0xfac6a0 drvPvt 0x99d23a8
    interfaceList
        asynCommon pinterface 0xfab7d4 drvPvt 0x99d1ce0
        asynOctet pinterface 0x99d1d28 drvPvt 0x99d1ce0
    Port 127.0.0.1:9099: Connected
                    fd: 6
    Characters written: 0
       Characters read: 0

Thanks,
William

Mark Rivers wrote:
> Something is wrong, that should work fine.  Here's what I get on a
record connected to a VXI11 driver:
>  
> epics> dbpf asynRecord.AOUT "test"
> DBR_STRING:          "test"   
> epics> dbpr asynRecord 10
> ACKS: NO_ALARM      ACKT: YES           ACMD: None          ADDR: 3

> AINP: +1.0071E+21
>  AOUT: test          AQR: 0              ASG:                
> ASP: (nil)          AUCT: autoConnect   BAUD: Unknown       BINP: 0

> BKPT: 00            BOUT: 0             CNCT: Connect       DBIT:
Unknown       
> DESC:               DISA: 0             DISP: 0             DISS:
NO_ALARM      
> DISV: 1             DPVT: 0x8acb750     DRVINFO:            DSET:
0x163908      
> DTYP: asynRecordDevice                  ENBL: Enable        EOMR: End

> ERRS: 0x8acba58     EVNT: 0             F64INP: 0           F64IV: 0

> F64OUT: 0           FCTL: Unknown       FLNK:CONSTANT 0     GPIBIV: 1

> I32INP: 0           I32IV: 1            I32OUT: 0           IEOS:

> IFACE: asynOctet    IFMT: ASCII         IMAX: 200           IPTR:
0x8acb958     
> LCNT: 0             LSET: 0x8aced90     MCTL: Unknown       
> MLIS: 88 fb b0 08 d8 f6 b0 08 1f 00 00 00                   MLOK: 38
b7 ac 08   
> NAME: asynRecord    NAWT: 4             NORD: 13            NOWT: 80

> NRRD: 0             NSEV: NO_ALARM      NSTA: NO_ALARM      OCTETIV: 1

> OEOS:               OFMT: ASCII         OMAX: 40            OPTIONIV:
1         
> OPTR: 0x8acb928     PACT: 0             PCNCT: Connect      PHAS: 0

> PINI: NO            PORT: L0            PPN: (nil)          PPNR:
(nil)         
> PRIO: LOW           PROC: 0             PRTY: Unknown       PUTF: 0

> RDES: 0x8aa8db0     REASON: 0           RPRO: 0             RSET:
0x1638c0      
> SBIT: Unknown       SCAN: Passive       SDIS:CONSTANT       SEVR:
NO_ALARM      
> SOCK:               SPR: 0              SPVT: (nil)         STAT:
NO_ALARM      
> TB0: On             TB1: Off            TB2: Off            TB3: Off

> TB4: Off            TFIL: Unknown       TIB0: Off           TIB1: Off

> TIB2: Off           TIME: 2010-06-16 08:48:57.406695215     
> TINP: +1.0071E+21\r\n                   TIOM: 0             TMOD:
Write/Read    
> TMOT: 1             TMSK: 1             TPRO: 0             TSE: 0

> TSEL:CONSTANT       TSIZ: 80            UCMD: None          UDF: 0

> UI32INP: 0          UI32IV: 0           UI32MASK: 4294967295

> UI32OUT: 0          VAL:                
>
> Please send the complete output of the following 2 commands:
>  
> dbpr LS450PS:asyn 10
>  
> asynReport 10 sockserv
>  
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: tech-talk-bounces@aps.anl.gov on behalf of William Lu
> Sent: Tue 6/15/2010 4:46 PM
> To: Ralph Lange
> Cc: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
> Subject: Re: Channel Access Writes Failed on Asyn Record Writable
Fields
>
>
>
> The dbpf does not work.  It gives the error message as below:
>
> epics> dbpf LS450PS:asyn.AOUT abc
> filename="../dbTest.c" line number=295
> putFields are disabled - dbPutField error
>
> Thanks,
> William Lu
>
> Ralph Lange wrote:
>   
>> Can you change the fields locally from the ioc shell (using "dbpf")?
>> If yes, is Access Security enabled? Do you have write access rights?
>> ("cainfo" on the client machine will tell you.)
>>
>> Ralph
>>
>>
>> On Tue 15 Jun 2010 15:39:33 William Lu wrote:
>>     
>>> I am having problems with channel access writes on asyn record's
>>> writable fields such AOUT and PORT.  I created the following asyn
>>> tcp/ip port and the asyn record:
>>>
>>> In a startup iocsh script:
>>>  drvAsynIPPortConfigure("sockserv","127.0.0.1:9099",0,0,0)
>>>
>>> The asyn record:
>>>  record(asyn, LS450PS:asyn) {
>>>  field(DTYP, "asynRecordDevice")
>>>  field(PORT, "sockserv")
>>>  field(ADDR,"0")
>>> }
>>>
>>> After the record has been loaded to the ioc, I cannot write the AOUT
>>> or PORT fields of the record through channel access.  When I caput
on
>>> those fields, I got the error messages like the following:
>>>
>>>       
>>>> caput LS450PS:asyn.AOUT "abc"
>>>>         
>>> Old : LS450PS:asyn.AOUT
>>> CA.Client.Diagnostic..............................................
>>>    Message: "Could not perform a database value put for that
channel"
>>>    Severity: "Warning" Context: "detected by:
>>> devl17.acc.jlab.org:5064 for: LS450PS:asyn - with request
>>> chan=LS450PS:asyn.AOUT op=1 data type=DBR_STRING count=1"
>>> ..................................................................
>>> New : LS450PS:asyn.AOUT
>>>
>>> What is the problem?  Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
>>>
>>> William Lu
>>> Jefferson Lab
>>>
>>>       
>
> --
> Weiwei Lu
> 757-269-7476
> weiwei@jlab.org
>
>
>
>   

-- 
Weiwei Lu
757-269-7476
weiwei@jlab.org



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