Difference: PassRules ( vs. 1)

Revision 12008-10-15 - ElisaLanciotti

Line: 1 to 1
Added:
>
>
META TOPICPARENT name="OfflinePPass"

Guidelines followed to compute the Processing Pass for the DC06 data

  • DC06-Sim (all productions of b-incl, max bias and min bias in v1-lumi2/5) work flow = Gauss + Boole, producing DIGI

they correspond to the following list of program name and versions:
"Boole";"v11r5";"v30r8"
"Boole";"v12r1";"v30r8"
"Boole";"v12r4";"v30r8"
"Boole";"v12r5";"v30r9"
"Boole";"v12r5";"v30r8"
"Boole";"v12r6";"v30r10"
"Gauss";"v24r8";"v30r8"
"Gauss";"v25r0";"v30r8"
"Gauss";"v25r1";"v30r8"
"Gauss";"v25r2";"v30r8"
"Gauss";"v25r2";"v30r9"
"Gauss";"v25r3";"v30r10"
"Gauss";"v25r4";"v30r10"
"Gauss";"v25r6";"v30r13"

  • DC06-Sim-Reco_v30 (all signal productions from phys-lumi2/5 and phys-v2-lumi2/5)

they correspond to the following program name and versions:
"Gauss";"v25r7";"v30r14"
"Gauss";"v25r8";"v30r14"
"Gauss";"v25r9";"v30r14
"Gauss";"v25r10";"v30r14"
"Gauss";"v25r11";"v30r14"
"Gauss";"v25r12";"v30r14"
"Gauss";"v25r13";"v30r14"
"Boole";"v12r10";"v30r14"
"Brunel";"v30r14";"v30r14"
"Brunel";"v30r17";"v30r14"
"Brunel";"v30r15";"v30r14"

  • DC06-Reco_v30 (productions 1896, 1856 and 1932, which are in phys-v3-lumi2/5 and phys-v4-lumi2/5) that act on DC06-Sim data. Good productions:
for event type 10000000 (= incl_b) are in phys-v4-lumi (1897, 1908 and also 1896)
"Brunel";"v30r17";"{null}": production: 1908 event type: 10000000
"Brunel";"v30r17";"{null}": production: 1897 event type: 10000000
"Brunel";"v30r17";"{null}": production 1896 event type 10000000

for event type 10000010 (incl_b=Biased ) are in phys-v3-lumi2/5 (1854, 1856, 1932, 1933):
"Brunel";"v30r15";"{null}" production 1854 event type 10000010
"Brunel";"v30r15";"{null}" production 1856 event type 10000010
"Brunel";"v30r17";"{null}" production 1932 event type 10000010
"Brunel";"v30r17";"{null}" production 1933 event type 10000010

Important! For what concerns DC06-Reco_v30, the good productions for event type 10000000 are in phys-v4-lumi and for 10000010 are in phys-v3-lumi... The others are NOT good, but were never flagged as bad nor removed... So, productions with event type 10000000 in phys-v3-lumi are bad! (they are: 1857, 1858, 1883, 1884, 1886) prod 1883, 1884 used DaVinciv19r1, was this version buggy? for prod 1886, 1857, 1858 I don't see why they should be bad, since they use the same version of Brunel than the good productions (brunelv30r15 and brunelv30r17).

  • DC06-Stripping_v30+v31 (b-incl and max bias, in conf Stripping-v30-lumi2 and Stripping-v31-lumi2, but these pose a serious problem in our new scheme... that act on DC06-Reco_v30 data

  • DC06-Stripping_v31 (all signal in Stripping-v31-lumi2) that act on DC06-Sim-Reco_v30 data
"DaVinci";"v19r7";"{null}"
"Brunel";"v31r11";"{null}"
"Brunel";"v31r12";"{null}"

  • DC06-Reco_v32 (min bias event type 30000000 in phys-v4-lumi2) that act on DC06-Sim data
"Brunel";"v30r17";"{null}"

Finally, these productions resulted to be bad: 1319, 1500, 1502, 1512, 1514, 1601, 1857, 1858, 1883, 1884, 1886. They have been added to the global list of bad productions.

-- ElisaLanciotti - 15 Oct 2008

 
This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platform Powered by PerlCopyright & 2008-2019 by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding TWiki? Send feedback