Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: October 2015
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rdm_responder_test.py - Test RDM responders for adherance to the standards
Run a series of tests on a RDM responder to check the behaviour. This requires
the OLA server to be running, and the RDM device to have been detected. You
can confirm this by running ola_rdm_discover -u UNIVERSE. This will send SET
commands to the broadcast UIDs which means the start address, device label
etc. will be changed for all devices connected to the responder. Think twice
about running this on your production lighting rig.
- -h, --help
show this help message and exit
- -c SLOT_COUNT, --slot-count=SLOT_COUNT
Number of slots to send when sending DMX.
- -d, --debug
Print debug information to assist in diagnosing
- -f DMX_FRAME_RATE, --dmx-frame-rate=DMX_FRAME_RATE
Send DMX frames at this rate in the background.
- -l FILE, --log=FILE
Also log to the file named FILE.uid.timestamp.
Display a list of all tests
- -p DIR, --pid-location=DIR
The location of the PID definitions.
- -s, --skip-check
Skip the check for multiple devices.
- -t TEST1,TEST2, --tests=TEST1,TEST2
A comma separated list of tests to run.
Add timestamps to each test.
Don't run the SET factory defaults tests
- -w BROADCAST_WRITE_DELAY, --broadcast-write-delay=BROADCAST_WRITE_DELAY
The time in ms to wait after sending broadcast
- -u UNIVERSE, --universe=UNIVERSE
The universe number to use, default is universe 0.
The delay in ms to wait between tests, defaults to 0.
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