Event display crash for sbnd
lar -c evd_lar1nd.fcl gen_10evts_single_0deg_100x_100y_10z_0sig_tst06.root
then the message:
Begin processing the 1st record. run: 1 subRun: 0 event: 1 at 06-Jan-2016 15:33:35 CST
%MSG-w InfoTransfer: PostSource 06-Jan-2016 15:33:35 CST run: 1 subRun: 0 event: 1
failed to get handle to std::vector<recob::Hit> from ffthit
TimeModule> run: 1 subRun: 0 event: 1 evdisp EVD 3.09944e-05
TimeEvent> run: 1 subRun: 0 event: 1 0.000620842
MCTruth Ptcl trackID PDG P T Moth Process
0 0 -1 #mu 5999 5895 -1 primary
Note: Momentum, P, and kinetic energy, T, in MeV/c
terminate called without an active exception
I'm using larsoft v05_00_00_rc1 and my data is at:
My working are is at:
I created the gen file running:
source runAll_txt.sh gen at /lar1nd/app/mendez/myTest
My setup is at: /lar1nd/app/mendez/setup_lar.sh
#3 Updated by Gianluca Petrillo over 3 years ago
Could you push in a branch the changes to lar1ndcode that are not included in the official branch?
I went as far as getting a:
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'cet::coded_exception<art::errors::ErrorCodes, &art::ExceptionDetail::translate>' what(): ---- ServiceNotFound BEGIN Service unable to find requested service with compiler type name 'lariov::ChannelStatusService'. ---- ServiceNotFound END
that we had already solved.
#4 Updated by Gianluca Petrillo over 3 years ago
- Target version set to v05_00_00
- % Done changed from 0 to 40
- Estimated time set to 12.00 h
Hector has pushed the changes I asked into branch
I can't reproduce the exact problem, but I do find that SBND code is still behind in the update to a modern LArSoft (even 4.30).
I have updated some of the configuration, my changes pushed in the same branch.
I can now see the display.
TPC 0 is completely empty, TPC 1 shows activity only in collection plane.
Next is to check if there are non-empty raw digits for induction planes.
It might be a problem with pedestals. Or not.
I would also like to add geometry tests, that include a channel-to-wire mapping dump that would turn useful.
Hector, please try it again if you have time. At the very least, you should see the event display window show.
#5 Updated by Gianluca Petrillo over 3 years ago
- Status changed from Assigned to Resolved
The problem described in the ticket is solved: SBND event display now shows up on screen and there are no issues attributed to the event display.
The fixes are in Hector Mendez's
Problems persist, related to the signal simulation on the wires. But that's another problem completely.