SYNOPSIStos-deluge device baudrate <-p|-r|-d|-e|-s> image_number
tos-deluge device baudrate -i image_number tos_image.xml
tos-deluge is the management tool for Deluge T2. The available operations are:
Any device accepted by PySerial. Examples:
- Three shortcuts are available: micaz and iris for 57600 and telosb for 115200.
A integer number. 0 is the first image.
- -p, --ping
- This command is useful for checking the status of program images on a mote. It provides information such as program name, compile time, size of the image, and so on.
- -i, --inject
- This command creates a program image from the supplied tos_image.xml file, and it injects the image into specified volume on the mote.
- -r, --reprogram
- This command sets up the directly-connected mote to reprogram itself after reboot, and then it reboots the mote.
- -d, --disseminate
- This command instructs the base station mote to disseminate an image to the network. This image is specified by the volume ID.
- -dr, --disseminate-and-reprogram
- This command asks the motes in the network not only to disseminate an image but also to start running it. This is accomplish using a reboot.
- -e, --erase
- This command erases a flash volume on the base station mote.
- -s, --stop
- The effect of -d and -dr is continuous which means a new mote will become infected if he is nearby. This command stops the infection.
- -ls, --local-stop
When -d or -dr are in effect, the volume used by them is locked. This command can be used to unlock the volume in order to erase or inject a new image.