Difference: ProductionRota (19 vs. 20)

Revision 202013-03-18 - DanProtopopescu

Line: 1 to 1
 
META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

NA62 Monte Carlo Grid Production Shifts

Line: 8 to 8
 

Today's production plan

Changed:
<
<
Keep the queue full, which means 300+ jobs running at all times, and less than 100 scheduled.
>
>
Keep the queue full, which means 200-300 jobs running at all times, and less than 100 scheduled.
 
Changed:
<
<
We run decay type 1, Kch2pipi0 simulations with software version v7/r193 at IC, RAL, GLA, LIV and BIR. Revision 193 is 5 times faster so we will run 6000 events runs. More sites will be included in the production, as soon as the software is installed on them. Check here for current status.
>
>
We run decay type 10, Kch2pipipi simulations with software version v9/r261 at IC, RAL, GLA, LIV, BIR and UCL. We run 6000 events jobs.
 
Changed:
<
<
Production jobs from the Kch2pipi0-1 production round have decay type 1, description set to "Kch2pipi0-1 production round", 1500 events for v6 runs and 6000 events for v7 runs. Please pay attention when submitting jobs.

When the Kch2pipi0-1 production round is done, we will switch to the next round, which is Kch2munu-1 (decay type 30). For Kch2munu, it takes only 1 s per event, so we could run 40000-50000 events jobs. Check jobs table to extract these statistics.

>
>
When this is done, and if this wiki is not updated, continue with the next production on the list, moving upwards on the page.
  ALERT! This wiki section will be updated often, so please check carefully before your shift. If you find any discrepancies, please notify Dan and Janusz immediately. Read the logbook/blog for more up-to-date information: http://na62shifts.wordpress.com

Shifts sign up

Changed:
<
<
As of October 15, 2012 we have the following names: Antonio Cassese, Mark Slater, Philip Rubin, Paolo Massarotti, Monica Pepe, Spasimir Balev, Vito Palladino, Mario Vormstein , Karim Massri.
>
>
We have the following shifters: Antonio Cassese, Mark Slater, Philip Rubin, Paolo Massarotti, Monica Pepe, Spasimir Balev, Vito Palladino, Mario Vormstein , Karim Massri.
 
Changed:
<
<
We have a Doodle poll entitled "NA62 Grid Production Shifts", where volunteers can sign up for shifts. If you've volunteered here for shifts, please check your email for the poll address. Here's a snapshot from Doodle: schedule 1.
>
>
We have a Doodle poll entitled "NA62 Grid Production Shifts", where volunteers can sign up for shifts. If you've volunteered here for shifts, please check your email for the poll address.
 

Production plan

Line: 31 to 29
  http://na62.gla.ac.uk/index.php?task=production
Changed:
<
<
This displays a database-generated table that fills up along the way. New items will be added by the production coordinator as discussed at the Siena meeting in August 2012.
>
>
This displays a database-generated table that fills up along the way. New items may be added by the production coordinator along the way. Only Mark and Dan can use Ganga for job management at this time, but it will be available soon for everyone.
 

Grid Production Shifts

Line: 40 to 37
 

What to do on shift

Changed:
<
<
MC jobs should be submitted manually. The person overseeing the production (the "shift" taker) will have to check periodically if everything goes according to plan, and
>
>
Until Ganga is available, MC jobs should be submitted manually. The person overseeing the production (the "shift" taker) will have to check periodically if everything goes according to plan, and
 
  • intervene if possible to fix the error(s)
  • notify the production coordinator if not possible to directly intervene to rectify the error
Line: 52 to 49
 The person in charge must do the following:

  1. check current production status from the wiki and from our logbook
Changed:
<
<
  1. keep an eye on the jobs list and make sure we have 200 jobs RUNNING at all times and not more than 50 SCHEDULED. ALERT! Please note that these numbers will change when new resources are added. Check this number at the beginning of each shift.
>
>
  1. keep an eye on the jobs list and make sure we have 200 jobs RUNNING at all times and not more than 50 SCHEDULED. ALERT! Please note that these numbers will change when new resources are added. Check this number at the beginning of each shift, read the (b)logbook and eventually contact the shifter before you for clarifications.
 
  1. if queue is low (less than 100 RUNNING), use online script creator to submit a new batch of jobs
Changed:
<
<
  1. check production page to see if we've reached 100%. If yes, then start next production round on the list.
  2. re-validate results weekly (every Monday) with the physics group (email Tonino to check the outputs on CAstor)
>
>
  1. check production page to see if we've reached 100%. If yes, then start next production round on the list. Rounds that need to be done are the ones with 0 runs, and 0 files, and marked with "Not yet started".
  2. re-validate results weekly (every Monday) with the physics group (email Tonino to check the outputs on Castor)
 
  1. notify production coordinator if any major errors occur
  2. log everything in our logbook/blog: http://na62shifts.wordpress.com
 
This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platform Powered by PerlCopyright © 2008-2020 by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding TWiki? Send feedback