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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 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.
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ATLAS computing resources in the U.S. are available 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, 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.
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You can use either lxplus, BNL acas or local resources to submit your jobs on the grid, 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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