dumprun [-f] [-t] [-m] [-s] [-d divisor] [-c columns] [-csv] name ...
If any of the run files listed have a run description (a line of text which may be entered after a run is captured), this description follows the run file name in the listing.
With the -l option, lsrun will display the run length, in seconds, following the run file name.
With the -t option, lsrun will display the run's start time, as recorded in the run header (if available), or an estimate of the start time based on the modification time of the least-recently modified file associated with a run, minus the run length. In the case where the time must be estimated, it is shown followed by a "~" (tilde) character.
With the -h option, lsrun will output its results as an HTML table.
With the -r option, lsrun will recursively search through all specified directories, or the current directory if no name is specified, and list the run files found in these directories and subdirectories.
Dumprun prints out all the contents of the run header for each named run. Each name specified as an argument may be either the name of a frame file, or the name of a run without the .frm suffix. Several lines will be printed to the standard output for each run, starting with general information about the run, and followed by the calibration information for each stored trace and waveform.
With the -f option, dumprun will dump out the frame header for each frame, following the run header contents. With the -t, it will dump out not only the frame headers, but also the trace data within each frame, as decimal integer values representing the raw A/D levels recorded. This gives an ASCII text representation of the entire frame file. With the -m, it will dump out the frame headers and trace data, as for the -t option, but trace data will be scaled to mV using the trace calibration information in the run header. The -s option can be used to suppress any frames in the run that were flagged as deleted by the frmsel(1) program, whether they were deleted manually or automatically. The -d option can be used to downsample the trace data that is dumped out, dividing the effective sampling rate of each trace by the specified divisor. The frame size, number of points and divisor for each trace are adjusted accordingly in the run header that is displayed. By default, the trace data will be presented as a single column, one number per line. A greater number of columns can be selected with the -c option. The samples should be read along rows rather than down the columns. However, with the -csv option the traces will be dumped as comma-separated values (CSV format), using a common sampling rate that works for all trace sampling rate divisors: traces are upsampled by repeating samples so that the data are all output using the base sampling rate divided by the GCD of all trace rate divisors.