Unable to read recob::Vertex position information
I'm trying to read
recob::Vertex objects out of an MCC11 file using a checkout based on
position() comes back all zeros, even though I can see reasonable values if I look in the file directly with a TBrowser. Do I need to use some old release to read the MCC11 files properly? Which one?
Presumably something was changed in how this type stores its data. Is it possible to do this in a backwards compatible way, or add some rules to help the dictionary generation make the translation?
In the short time, could I potentially check RecoBase out and make some edit there to match how it was in MCC11?
Revert "Per Philippe C., workaround for #23013" as too flaky.
This reverts commit 82bbb16ead8e0adea0295a197b6dbdc3812e9f0b.
#2 Updated by Christopher Backhouse 10 months ago
Here is an example of the files I'm trying to use
I don't know the actual versions that were used, and the SAM metadata is not helpful.
#6 Updated by Christopher Backhouse 10 months ago
Is there anything else I can add here? Can you reproduce the problem?
I see that the vertex position is stored with this special
Double32_t type, which presumably has something to do with this. But track trajectories are stored the same way, and for some reason I am able to access those.
I tried adding
lardataobj_RecoBase_dict to my
MODULE_LIBRARIES, but no change.
#7 Updated by Christopher Green 10 months ago
- Assignee set to Christopher Green
- Status changed from New to Feedback
- Category set to Data products
- Tracker changed from Bug to Support
Please let us know exactly which packages you have checked out in your local MRB area.It's looking very likely that you have an inconsistent build. In order to have a consistent build:
- Any packages you check out should be based on the release you're building against.
- Check out only those packages for which you need to change code and anything that depends on them that will be in the final job as configured (including plugins).
ups depend -Bto examine the dependency tree of the highest level package whose code you're using (
dunetpc, for example) and check out any packages that are between the packages you have already checked out.
As you can see, this is not trivial. In general, avoid checking out low level packages unnecessarily. Simply put, pre-compiled packages you are using from the central release should not be link-dependent on anything you have checked out.
#8 Updated by Christopher Backhouse 10 months ago
The two combinations I have tried are
dunetpc v08_17_00 plus
larreco v08_12_01 and
dunetpc v08_27_00 plus
I'm working with
larreco and I need
dunetpc just for its fcls (I suppose I could just have set up the product, but it should come to the same thing).
What exactly is the syntax for
ups depend? I just get
ERROR: Found no match for product 'dunetpc'
#9 Updated by Christopher Green 10 months ago
ups depend -B dunetpc <version> [-q <quals>]
dunetpc v08_27_00 -q+e17:+prof, The issue is that the
dunetpcproduct depends on the
larsoftumbrella product rather than the actually products it needs for linking purposes. In addition to
larrecothen, you need:
Note that if you set up any other products besides the ones you have mentioned (e.g. for plugins), you will also need to examine their dependencies in the same way.
#11 Updated by Christopher Green 10 months ago
Your MRB local-products area needs to be empty (
mrb zi or
mrb zd). Once you have done this, you should start over from a fresh login window to avoid hysteresis.
If your checked-out packages are based on the version consistent with the
dunetpc version, the packages I have suggested should be sufficient. If any of the packages you have checked out are based on develop, then all bets are off: you need a full checkout of the entire distribution.
#12 Updated by Christopher Green 10 months ago
Addendum to answer your other question: I would be surprised if you could "make it so you only need"
larreco checked out locally, since that would imply that you weren't using any plugins that used
larreco in your invocation of the
#13 Updated by Gianluca Petrillo 10 months ago
I suspect the issue is deeper than that, Chris.
Steps to reproduce:
source /cvmfs/dune.opensciencegrid.org/products/dune/setup_dune.sh setup dunetpc v08_27_00 -q e17:prof lar -c dump_vertices.fcl -s /pnfs/dune/tape_backed/dunepro/mcc11/protodune/mc/full-reconstructed/07/99/40/36/nu_dune10kt_1x2x6_13036856_0_20181111T180801_gen_g4_detsim_reco.root -n 1
$ cat DumpVertices.log Event run: 20000001 subRun: 0 event: 1 contains 37 vertices from 'trajcluster' [#0] ID=1 at (0,0,0) [#1] ID=6 at (0,0,0) [#2] ID=7 at (0,0,0) [#3] ID=8 at (0,0,0) [#4] ID=9 at (0,0,0) [#5] ID=10 at (0,0,0) [#6] ID=11 at (0,0,0) [#7] ID=12 at (0,0,0) [#8] ID=13 at (0,0,0) [#9] ID=14 at (0,0,0) [#10] ID=15 at (0,0,0) [#11] ID=16 at (0,0,0) [#12] ID=17 at (0,0,0) [#13] ID=18 at (0,0,0) [#14] ID=19 at (0,0,0) [#15] ID=20 at (0,0,0) [#16] ID=21 at (0,0,0) [#17] ID=22 at (0,0,0) [#18] ID=23 at (0,0,0) [#19] ID=24 at (0,0,0) [#20] ID=25 at (0,0,0) [#21] ID=26 at (0,0,0) [#22] ID=27 at (0,0,0) [#23] ID=28 at (0,0,0) [#24] ID=29 at (0,0,0) [#25] ID=30 at (0,0,0) [#26] ID=31 at (0,0,0) [#27] ID=32 at (0,0,0) [#28] ID=33 at (0,0,0) [#29] ID=34 at (0,0,0) [#30] ID=35 at (0,0,0) [#31] ID=36 at (0,0,0) [#32] ID=37 at (0,0,0) [#33] ID=38 at (0,0,0) [#34] ID=39 at (0,0,0) [#35] ID=40 at (0,0,0) [#36] ID=41 at (0,0,0)
In this case, there is not even MRB involved.
I too have verified that the distribution of vertices from that branch is not all at x = 0.
The configuration file I used is attached to this ticket.
And, if you have the proper credentials, the right command is actually:
lar -c dump_vertices.fcl -s root://fndca1.fnal.gov:1094/pnfs/fnal.gov/usr/dune/tape_backed/dunepro/mcc11/protodune/mc/full-reconstructed/07/99/40/36/nu_dune10kt_1x2x6_13036856_0_20181111T180801_gen_g4_detsim_reco.root -n 1
#14 Updated by Gianluca Petrillo 10 months ago
For reference, I attach and copy the output obtained with
Event run: 20000001 subRun: 0 event: 1 contains 37 vertices from 'trajcluster' [#0] ID=1 at (181.339,-407.52,604.953) [#1] ID=6 at (177.084,-426.468,631.591) [#2] ID=7 at (157.644,-421.925,644.045) [#3] ID=8 at (162.373,-453.244,666.558) [#4] ID=9 at (165.406,-444.713,642.608) [#5] ID=10 at (163.353,-448.717,643.762) [#6] ID=11 at (179.386,-388.078,667.995) [#7] ID=12 at (160.374,-416.741,631.112) [#8] ID=13 at (219.356,-387.27,567.405) [#9] ID=14 at (25.8937,-116.629,667.516) [#10] ID=15 at (140.238,-430.466,648.835) [#11] ID=16 at (252.876,-428.053,622.011) [#12] ID=17 at (146.928,-425.929,653.246) [#13] ID=18 at (93.0671,-447.119,666.753) [#14] ID=19 at (174.66,-427.128,617.323) [#15] ID=20 at (153.53,-415.134,625.944) [#16] ID=21 at (173.863,-425.794,621.537) [#17] ID=22 at (137.551,-478.699,672.786) [#18] ID=23 at (162.874,-411.81,622.011) [#19] ID=24 at (154.099,-469.379,653.625) [#20] ID=25 at (85.6819,-410.342,679.97) [#21] ID=26 at (144.471,-431.398,669.432) [#22] ID=27 at (147.425,-311.718,663.684) [#23] ID=28 at (153.879,-429.527,643.188) [#24] ID=29 at (175.92,-422.338,625.364) [#25] ID=30 at (155.99,-462.71,653.821) [#26] ID=31 at (178.804,-508.16,606.204) [#27] ID=32 at (144.926,-429.928,672.789) [#28] ID=33 at (166.606,-384.345,644.045) [#29] ID=34 at (196.917,-476.711,570.758) [#30] ID=35 at (246.422,-379.552,603.815) [#31] ID=36 at (262.637,-367.41,512.32) [#32] ID=37 at (147.528,-414.735,634.278) [#33] ID=38 at (182.109,-417.133,614.736) [#34] ID=39 at (206.929,-318.773,801.711) [#35] ID=40 at (137.611,-340.223,730.34) [#36] ID=41 at (234.69,-229.216,985.243)
#15 Updated by Christopher Green 10 months ago
- Estimated time set to 32.00 h
- Priority changed from Normal to Urgent
- Status changed from Feedback to Work in progress
- Tracker changed from Support to Bug
Now we have a straightforward reproducer using a fully-precompiled release (many thanks, Gianluca), I can confirm that this problem appeared between
dunetpc v08_15_01 (last known good) and
dunetpc v08_17_00 (first known bad). From a first look, no smoking gun in LArSoft or DUNE code can be identified, but between these two versions ROOT was upgraded from
v6_16_00. From a discussion with Philippe, I learned that there were many changes in IO rule handling code in ROOT between those two versions, and many problems introduced in 6.16/00 were fixed in 6.18/00.
I will work on attempting to reproduce the problem without LArSoft code / DUNE data to make characterizing the problem with different ROOT versions easier.
#18 Updated by Christopher Green 9 months ago
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
- Status changed from Work in progress to Resolved
The underlying ROOT bug is still being investigated. However, based on input from Philippe there is a workaround specifically for the case where
my_template<Double32_t>, because the representations are identical in memory. This workaround has been implemented with lardataobj:82bbb16, which should be part of this week's LArSoft release.
I will mark this issue resolved pending post-release confirmation from you. To follow the fix for the underlying ROOT problem, please see the ROOT JIRA ticket.
#19 Updated by Christopher Green 9 months ago
- % Done changed from 100 to 0
- Status changed from Resolved to Work in progress
Upon further investigation, it appears that this workaround does not succeed in the cases we care about: reverting the "fix." At this stage we are likely to have to wait for a full fix from the ROOT team.
Apologies for the false hope.
#20 Updated by Christopher Green 8 months ago
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
- Status changed from Work in progress to Feedback
Fixed with upgrade to use ROOT 6.18/04 and lardataobj:cb28aef.
Please note: the general problem of I/O read rules for nested objects has not been solved. However, ROOT is now aware of how to handle schema evolution automatically for certain ROOT templates instantiated on
Float16_t respectively, provided there is no overriding user-provided I/O read rule.
The requisite changes to
lardataobj have been made and tagged as v08_05_00 for the upcoming LArSoft release. Please try out your problem data file(s) as soon as a distribution and let me know if there are any issues.