The file contains 3 types of record:
Status Messages, File Header Records
and Section Header Records.
General status (also printed to terminal)
Info from subroutine ABCDEF
Warning from subroutine ABCDEF
Fatal Error in subroutine
ABCDEF (also printed to
File Header Records
Whenever an input file is opened, the first
record of the file is printed to the rfm.runlog file.
For this reason, the first record of each input file should contain some
meaningful information (preceded by !, indicating a comment).
The preceding comment in the rfm.runlog file is a status
message giving the name of the file about to be opened.
Section Header Records
Each driver table record containing a
section header (eg *HDR ... )
is also printed in the rfm.runlog.
Similarly the profile identifiers
(eg *HGT) from atmospheric profiles
loaded in the
section (these are indented a couple of spaces
to distinguish them from Driver Table sections).
A run with the example Driver Table
would generate the file rfm.runlog starting as follows:
R-RFM: Program RFM v4.25 I-OPNFIL: Opening file: rfm.drv ! 01AUG05 Example Driver Table *HDR RFM run using Driver Table v.01AUG05 *FLG I-INPFLG: Enabled flags: fov ils rad...etc