Any Logic to the file numbers

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    • #163744
      Puppeteer
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      I notice that files from the H9000 are saved with some numbers after the name.

      Eg. SPL Widener4_2803653618.9ka

      Is there any logic to these numbers, or any way to work out the latest one.  While working in VSIG, I often upload to test using the same name, but want a quick way to work out which one is the latest.

    • #163759
      headsnack
      Moderator

      The numbers are a crc32 checksum of the data, so bear no relationship to the “latest”.

    • #163760
      John Baylies
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      It’s probably best to include your own timestamp in the file name.

      for example, 2205161151 would be 2022, May 16th, 11:51am

      that way when you sort by filename the timestamps will sort the files by date

    • #163777
      Puppeteer
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      It’s probably best to include your own timestamp in the file name. for example, 2205161151 would be 2022, May 16th, 11:51am that way when you sort by filename the timestamps will sort the files by date

      It would be awesome to have the ability to do that automatically from within vsig. Renaming the patch every time I tweak a parameter while testing is going to get tired real quick.

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