Difference: Calibration (2 vs. 3)

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Proposal for Alignment and Calibration procedure

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Summary of the DQ procedures

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Summary of the DQ procedures

 
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Data are permanently monitored at the pit by monitoring processes running in the Monitoring Farm. This includes subsystem-specific monitoring as well as full reconstruction of a small sample. Produced histograms are analysed automatically as well as scrutinised by one of the pit shifters as explained in this page.
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Data are permanently monitored at the pit by monitoring processes running in the Monitoring Farm. This includes subsystem-specific monitoring as well as full reconstruction of a small sample. Produced histograms are analysed automatically as well as scrutinised by one of the pit shifters as explained in this page.
 
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Every day a dedicated DQ meeting decides on the quality of the data taken since the previous meeting and gives eventually the green light for offline processing using the same CondDB tag as was used in the Monitoring farm. The green light is given by setting the DQ flag of the fills (or runs) to "Good" in the Bookkeeping. DIRAC processing is on hold until this flag is set.
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Every day a dedicated DQ meeting decides on the quality of the data taken since the previous meeting and gives eventually the green light for offline processing using the same CondDB tag as was used in the Monitoring farm. The green light is given by setting the DQ flag of the fills (or runs) to "Good" in the Bookkeeping. DIRAC processing is on hold until this flag is set.
  This proposal is an attempt at describing a possible procedure in case the red light is set.
 
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