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Running Delphes 3.0.8 on ATLAS Distributed Computing Resources

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Introduction

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ATLAS is set up to use the directions for running Delphes as a fast-simulation package for study of LHC and VLHC detectors. Instructions provided by Sanjay Padhi for the Snowmass Energy Frontier page detail how to get started... and this present documentation will describe how to use those instructions on the ATLAS Grid.
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ATLAS is set up to run Delphes as a fast-simulation package for study of LHC and VLHC detectors. Instructions provided by Sanjay Padhi for the Snowmass Energy Frontier page detail how to get started... and this present documentation will describe how to run simulations on the ATLAS Grid.
 

Setting Up

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You can use either lxplus or local resources, as long as you have a correct version of Asoka da Silva's excellent ATLASLocalRootBase system installed. If this is not yet the case, please use a resource that is either set up with fully updated PanDA client tools (to provide prun) or install ATLASLocalRootBase, something that will not take an excess of time or skill.
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You can use either lxplus, BNL acas or local resources, as long as you have a correct version of Asoka da Silva's excellent ATLASLocalRootBase system installed. If this is not yet the case, please use a resource that is either set up with fully updated PanDA client tools (to provide prun) or install ATLASLocalRootBase, something that will not take an excess of time or skill.
  On a well-configured system, you will use the standard ATLASLocalRootBase method of getting the ATLAS environment set up:
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There will also be replicas around under user.stradlin.* in dq2.
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There will also be replicas of the minbias files under user.stradlin.* in dq2. You may use them in your jobs.
 

Getting Ready To Run

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With the PanDA client set up, create a run directory.
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With the PanDA client set up, create a run directory.
  cd ~; mkdir -p Snowmass/run cd Snowmass/run
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  These are small, and will come as the payload for all your runs.
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Running prun with Delphes

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Running Delphes using PanDA

  You will use the following environment variables to make your command line submission more flexible and easier to debug.
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 OUTFILE=user.myusername.myGenerator_physicsChannel.MinBias13TeV.50PileUp #(For example)
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Now you can run the prun command. If the system asks you for a password to your certificate, type it in.
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Now you can submit your jobs to the grid with prun command. If the system asks you for a password to your certificate, type it in.
  prun --exec "runDelphes.sh $CARD $OUTFILE.root %IN %PILEUP" --inDS $MYDATA --secondaryDSs PILEUP:1:$MINBIAS --outputs $OUTFILE.root --outDS $OUTDS --athenaTag=17.5.0.1 --rootVer=5.32.00 --bexec build.sh
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  A successful job example can be found here.
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All jobs may be monitored from PanDA user job monitoring pages.
 

-- AldenStradling - 22-May-2013

 
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