TimeTracker doesn't work with Yosemite build
I got an error when trying to use TimeTracker on my mac running Yosemite with larsoft v06_45_00.
I used the standard MicroBooNE TimeTracker configuration:
TimeTracker: @local::microboone_time_tracker and got the following error:
---- SQLExecutionError BEGIN Existing database table name does not match the expected schema: Schema on disk : CREATE TABLE TimeEvent (Run integer,SubRun integer,Event integer,Time numeric) Expected schema: CREATE TABLE TimeEvent(Run integer,SubRun integer,Event integer,Time numeric) ---- SQLExecutionError END
The sqlite version is SQLITE_VERSION=v3_16_02_00a.
#1 Updated by Marc Paterno about 3 years ago
- Category set to Infrastructure
- Status changed from New to Assigned
- Assignee set to Kyle Knoepfel
- Estimated time set to 4.00 h
- SSI Package art added
We will improve the ability to update TimeTracker database files with a (slightly) more sophisticated schema validation.