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- 03/11/2014 Notes
Alec, Matthew, Zukai, Yuri, Andrew, and Martin (taking notes)
- Andrew rewrote GT to have different priority queues, which is a prerequisite for the throttle.
- There is no throttle yet, but we'll hopefully get something soon.
- This will be handled by the DAQ completely.
- Andrew says the following will be required:
- set up a status trigger within DAQ
- GT needs to be able to issue such a trigger
- BNEVB needs to be able to provide the appropriate status information
- Data Logger needs to be able to store this data
FHICL File Naming¶
- We will add the SVN revision number to the FHICL name, so that we can map back to the repository using the name only which will be provided by the database.
- This protects us in case we lose the information in the
- According to Andrew, SAM now processes all data files coming off the far detector regardless of trigger type.
- I volunteered Matthew to give a brief presentation showing us how to extract the SAM data for DDT next week.
- We will turn Ganglia on for the far detector.
- In order to smoothen out the Tricell trigger rate, we decided to implement a slice prescale similar to the event prescale.
- Matthew kindly agreed to take care of this as well.
- Matthew asked me to get rid of the NuMu prescale in addition to the outfitting items from my talk.
- We decided to deploy the slow monopole trigger as is.
- Zukai will try to find a way to deal with the high rates for the warm detector for the fast monopole trigger.
- With some luck, he may also have something for the slow monopole trigger.
- Matthew is the expert starting today.
- We will test the international calling from the control room.
Compiler Warning Flags¶
- We will clean up our code by removing all of the DDT warnings using Zukai's proposed trigger flags.
- We divided the work as follows:
- Zukai: ExoticsTriggers, Slicers, PatRec, HoughPoint
- Martin: DDTBaseDataProducts, DDTproto, DDTDemo, HitSorters, DAQUnpackUtils
- Matthew: NuMuTriggers, Tracking