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Pacerier Absent Member.
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What is "collate.txt" used for? Is it safe to remove it?

In the scenario results directory, there is a file called "collate.txt":

 

[Diagnostics]
Status=-1
[Collate Recovery]
Scenario=C:\Scenario.lrs
Completed=0

What is this file used for? Is it safe to delete it?

 

What do the lines "Status=-1" and "Completed=0" mean?

 

Also, the "Scenario" line seems corrupted. "C:\Scenario.lrs" no longer exists since the scenario files have been moved to another folder.

 

Will these discrepancies cause any problems?

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HungNguyen Absent Member.
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Re: What is "collate.txt" used for? Is it safe to remove it?

Hello,

 

- "collate.txt" is a log file for the collator. It is unused and safe to remove it.
- As "collate.txt" contains log information.
+ Status = -1 means there isn't any information about diagnostics when running scenario
+ Completed=0 means successfully collate
+ Scenario =C:\Scenario.lrs: path of the  running scenario in collate process. 

 

Regards,

Hung

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