Standby State

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1. Standby state

This is the default runtime state for a system that just started, and it means the system is ready to enter the hardware or replay state.

Enter this state by pressing the button within Studio .

Upon entering the standby state, the PolySync Core manager stops currently executing SDF runtime nodes.

Note that any applications started manually on the command line are not stopped when entering standby mode. They must be stopped with CTRL+C.

1.1 Debug issues

If you’re unable to get the system into the standby state, click the red system state SS icon for more information about the active hosts and nodes on the PolySync Core bus .

System state selection

If errors are reported more information can be found in Studio’s console module with the icon.

Debug and error messages are also visible outside of Studio in the file $PSYNC_USER_HOME/polysync.log.