Users documentation on AMS production shifts

Overview

General Organization as from August 2011

Time Definition: CET

2 Shifts by 8 hours starting at 7 am;

1 Shift per day, 9:00am - 17:00pm, as from 18 Nov. 2011!

The shift was split into two parts as from 13 Aug. 2012, which is 8:30--12:30 (Morning) and 19:00--23:00 (Evening).

Current Shift Organizer: B. Shan (Please find the historical organizers in HistoricalShiftCalendar.)

Shifter Mobile (please read also Shifter Duties):

Number to dial:

Shift Takers

You can find all the shift takers as well as the historical shift table in HistoricalShiftCalendar.

Current Shift Takers:

HT...................HSIEH Tsai-Hsiu (EP-UGC).........................[Tsai-Hsiu.Hsieh@cern.ch].................16-6262

EL..................ELINE Alexandre (EP-UGC)........................[Alexandre.Eline@cern.ch].................16-4733

EG..................EGOROV Alexander (EP-UGC)..................[Alexander.Egorov@cern.ch].............16-6488

ZJ...................LIU Zijian(EP-UGC)......................................[Zijian.Liu@cern.ch]..........................16-8673

BS..................SHAN Baosong (EP-UGC)..........................[Baosong.Shan@cern.ch]..................16-9642

OFFICIAL SHIFT PLANNING (unless shifts are cancelled):

You can find the historical shift table as well as all the shift takers in HistoricalShiftCalendar.

TIME M: 8H30 - 12H30

TIME E: 19H00 - 23H00

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TIME July 31 Aug. 01 Aug. 02 Aug. 03 Aug. 04 Aug. 05 Aug. 06
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TIME Dec. 18 Dec. 19 Dec. 20 Dec. 21 Dec. 22 Dec. 23 Dec. 24
M HT HT -- -- -- BS BS
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TIME Dec. 25 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Dec. 31
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ProductionExperts on Call :

ProductionExperts

Data Quality experts

E. Choumilov/V. Choutko

IT experts (AFS, castor, NFS, lxbatch, transferring)

A. Eline/A.Egrov

Production expert

B. Shan

Communications

Skype

Person Skype Address
Vitaly Vitali_c
Sasha E. alexandre.eline2
Kaiyuan wu.kaiyuan
Jinghui zjh_seu
Baosong wawabaobao
Zhongliang Zhongliang.Ren
Runqun runqun.xiong

EVO:

1) Connect to http://evo.caltech.edu/evoGate/
2) Register yourself;
3) Start the EVO session;
4) Connect to the AMS-DataProd Meeting (passwd has been sent by e-mail on Apr. 6th);
4) Follow instructions in: http://sonia.web.cern.ch/sonia/AMS_prod/ams_prod.html
5) For a training session contact Sonia.

Documentation/News

News by elog:

http://amsvobox04.cern.ch/elog/OfflineComputing/

SOC Organization (subject to change) :

http://ams.cern.ch/AMS/vitali/ams02_cmod_ksc.pdf

Shift Takers Formal Duties

00. Meet the previous shifter /physically and/or by skype and/or evo/. Take the ShiftTakerMobilePhone, if necessary.

0. See news into elog http://amsvobox04.cern.ch/elog/OfflineComputing/

NB. pcamss0.cern.ch is AMS primary ProductionServerHost , and may be changed. Changes will be reflected in the elog

1. Start NoMachine Session on amslocal@pcamsf41.cern.ch

2. Start Console Session on amslocal@pcamsf4d.cern.ch

3. In Console Session Check the web browser is active and iMacros are running

4. In Nomachine Session start ProductionMonitor (PM)

4a. Check No Fresh FailedRuns Appeared. Check No (Multiple) TimeOuts Appeared.

4b. In case of massive failed runs, please directly report to experts.

4c. In case of one or two failed runs, please use production monitor to reset the failed run(s), by clicking "File->Reset Failed Runs". The run(s) will be rerun in single thread mode.

4d. In case of the rerun run(s) failed again, please report to experts.

4e. Check if there is jobs which have been run for more than 20 hours, by reading the "StartTime" from "Producer processes"--"Producer_ActiveClients", and report to experts if any.

5. Check for last RawFiles and RootFiles produced by

http://pcamss0.cern.ch/cgi-bin/mon/rc.o.cgi?QPPer=0&DataFileID=now-23&getDataFileID=Submit&DataFileType=SCI&DataFileTypeS=ANY&ShowDST=FCL

Normally RawFiles are avaiable every ~ 30 minutes, however they are may be delayed up to 4 hours. RootFiles may be delayed by up to 8 hours. See ProductionMonitor in case of doubts.

5a. On the same web page, please check the consequence of the RAW files which are marked "SHORT" instead of "OK":

Case 1: If there is no running hole among the sequence numbers ("OrigFiles" field) which take the form of "RT/xxxx/xxx RT/xxxx/xxx", you can treat it as normal, and don't need to report. Please refer to the 2 examples in the following.

  • example 1 of consequent "SHORT":
    continuous-1.png

  • example 2 of consequent "SHORT":
    continuous-2.png

Case 2: If there is a gap/hole among the sequence numbers, you should report immediately. Please refer to the following example.

  • example of gap between "OK" and "SHORT":
    gap.png

5b. Check and make sure that the number of root files per run be reasonably small (max. 3), otherwise please notify experts.

6. In NoMachine Session Run OfflineMonitor on latest produced root file. Run EventDisplay.

7. In NoMachine Session run Data Quality Monitor /see separate section/

8. On pcsoc02 run SOC Console from the desktop launcher ("SOCmon" on the right bottom corner of the right screen).

Please note that: do NOT call anybody just when you see there's some problem indications on the SOC Console, instead, you should check:

1) Production Monitor for the production status,

2) iMacros for the job submission status,

3) Frame Monitor for the frames arrival status,

and judge where the problems are, and act accordingly.

In case of any problems occurred on SOC console, please also check the display status on DATA position's computer. If you find that the status of the two consoles is not consistent, please report this to experts.

Repeat 3,4a,5,6 every 2-3 hours.

9. Ensure that the 80 inch LCD screen on the wall should display the video picturing the earth from the ISS, if this is not available, switch to one of the other cameras. This can be done on pcsoc02:

1) If there is a power cut in the POCC or for some other reason tvpoc00 is restarted, you have to first start the VLC player by the following steps:

Ask LEAD for key #4 and step into the server room, and get the wireless keyboard and mouse on the left side.

Step to the lobby, and start the desktop shortcut "agoodplaylist".

Click "View" --> "Add Interface" --> "Web"

Click "Video" --> "Fullscreen"

2) On pcsoc02:

start firefox, and go to : http://tvpoc00:8080/

under playlist, click udp://233.1.14.7:50100

if the above camera video shows nothing, choose one of the following on the playlist

The videos can be monitored on the left monitor of the AMS Command post inside POCC, next to AMS Data position.

Please ensure that the page http://tvpoc00:8080/ is always displayed on the desktop of pcsoc02, especially when you are off shift, so that others can switch videos.

10. Ensure that the AMS event display on the big screen in AMS POCC and on AMSCONF1 in the hall outside POCC update lively

* Check every 2-3 hours the event display console on pcamsed00 *

11. Check if there are any alarms or warning of the ams volumes in afs.

Make sure that "afs124" is NOT listed in the section "AFS Alarms / Warnings" of the page http://afs-console.web.cern.ch/afs-console/cgi-scripts/index.cgi (you need your CERN account to access it).

And in case that "afs124" is listed there, please find more details of the problem(s) by look into the following pages:

http://lemonweb.cern.ch/lemon-status/info.php?time=0.0.5&offset=0&entity=afs124

http://afs-console.web.cern.ch/afs-console/cgi-scripts/servers_data.cgi?=afs124

And report the details as well as the contents of alarms/warnings of afs124 to experts.

12. Monitor the castor status.

Please refer to https://sls.cern.ch/sls/service.php?id=CASTORPUBLIC to see the general status of castor AND, more important, refer to https://sls.cern.ch/sls/service.php?id=CASTORPUBLIC_AMSCDR to see the status of the AMS production disks. If you find the availability goes RED, please report to experts.

13. Monitor the status of CERN clusters for AMS production.

Please refer to https://lemonweb.cern.ch/lemon-web/info.php?entity=lxbatch/amsprod&cluster=1&type=host to monitor the working status of CERN clusters for AMS production, and report to experts in case of any of them is down.

14. Monitor the status of AMSUSER pool on CASTOR.

Please refer to https://sls.cern.ch/sls/service.php?id=CASTORPUBLIC_AMSUSER to watch the status of AMSUSER pool on CASTOR, and give ams-soft@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch a mail if the availability is lower than 50%, asking users to kill their large batch of jobs.

On how to (re)start the event display please refer to the twiki page: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/AMS/OnlineEventDisplay

In summary:

A. Steps to do on pcamsed00.cern.ch (in room B946, R-003, should be locked all the time, key at AMS LEAD), login as amsed (if not), and please find the pass on the paper on soc shift desk:

a. Start the REALTIME event display, open/go to a terminal and do:

cd /afs/cern.ch/ams/local/offline/display

./run_amsedc SCIBPB/RT !!! obsolete !!!

pc aux | grep amsedc !!! check if there is already event display programs running, kill them using "kill -9" if necessary !!!

./demon_w.perl

b. Open/go to another terminal, do

x11vnc -threads !!! obsolete as from 23 Feb. 2012, not needed any more !!!

to start x11vnc

B. Step to do on pcvid00.cern.ch with the big screen in POCC for event display:

Go to the keyboard and mouse on the desk between tracker and TTCS shift terminals, start the VNC viewer:

vncviewer FullScreen=True pcamsed00

(or find the last console/terminal on the big screen, type the up arrow key to find back the previous command, and type return)

C. Step to do on AMSCONF1 (the screen located on the left corner (Bellegarde side) of POCC, above the AMS model)

run all programs--->TigerVNC--->viewer

input the server name: pcvid00

input the password: ***** (available for shifter, on the paper on the desk of soc shift)

drag the displayer to the big screen, maximize the windows.

More Information:

As AMS data sit in CERN AFS, sometimes program stops because of "AFS token expired", go to a terminal window on pcamsed00 and issue command:

kinit -l 10d

then answer with the account password to renew the AFS token

As from 11:20am, 18 Oct. 2011 the event display runs under account "amsed" (password available for shifters)

The event display is sent from pcamsed00 to pcvid00 on the big screen via tigerVNC viewer (ref. http://www.tigerVNC.org)

Normally

Also:

report all anomalies to elog together with actions /e.g. no rootfiles produced last 8 hours, expert xyz called. /

Using Offline Monitor

Path to Offline Monitor AMSProductionSoftwareDir

1. find (using AMS DB Query [ http://ams.cern.ch/ -> Computing -> Database Query Form])

last_root-file_path (PGtracker-based), for that select at the bottom of Query page:

Production period : Any

RunId : now-24(hours, or 12,48,...) RunType : SCI SubDetectors : ANY ShowDST "selected"

Now click "Submit"

Check the output and select latest not tested good run (not abnormally short, or ...) Use this pass in the next actions item:

2. AMSProductionSoftwareDir/exe/linuxx8664gcc/offmoncPG last_root-file_path

also possible:

cd

cd AMS/online

setenv Offline /afs/cern.ch/ams/Offline
source $Offline/vdev/install/amsvar

/Offline/B598_patches/exe/linuxx8664gcc/offmoncPG `../perl/rdlast.perl`

If program started normally you get 2 windows : for histograms and control one.

In control window: de-select in "Cycle" corner 'Everything'

Hints on viewing : you may go to required subdetector by clicking it in "Subdetectors" corner.

You may need click also 'StopTimer' in "Controls" corner to stop paging.

In this case for new pages click again needed subdetector in "Subdetectors".

TO AVOID FREQUENT CRASHES KEEP THIS WORKING MODE (WITH STOPPED TIMER) AND GO FROM

ONE SUBDETECTOR (OR PAGE) TO ANOTHER BY HANDS (NOT GOING TO AUTOMATIC PAGING).

3. What distributions to see:

TOF:

Set(page)_0: hist_0 - peak multiplicity should be at 4 with no big tail; hist-2 - No big spikes/holes

(Note: outer counters [ 1,8 in L1,2,4; 1,10 in L3] may have more events(up to factor ~1,5) than middle counters

because are wider, also in horizontal position of AMS (shuttle on earth) L2,3 have this feature additionally enhanced.

Set_1: hist-4/5 - reasonable chi2; hist-6 - should have peak at 0 (4of4)

Set_3: hist-14/17 - mismatch should not exceed ~2.5-3 cm for any paddle

Set_4: hist-19/22 - deviation from ~1.8 level should not exceed ~0.5 for any paddle

Set_9: hist-43 - proton mass should be seen

Tracker:

Temporary this information is withing TOF pages, so look

TOF set_2: hist-10 - shows fraction of particles when it has TRK-member (FTC trigger is required). This fraction should be at the level >~0.6-0.7.

hist- 8 - should have peak around 30-50.

TRD:

Temporary this information is withing TOF pages, so look

Set_11: hist-51 shows fraction of particles when it has TRD-member (FTC trigger

is required). This fraction should be above ~0.9.

ACC:

*Set_0: * AntiSectorsVisibility histograms should not have holes/spikes.

*Set_2: * EnergyDep distributions should have usual "Landau" shape with peak at ~ 2-10 mev

*Set_5: * TimeHits multiplicity should be within (1.5-2.5)/(3-4)[aver/max]

ECAL:

Set_3: Total Hits vs Time, should be above 17-18, no big irregularities.

RICH:

Set_2: Beta and charge spectrum should have typical peaks.

Set_7: Mass spectrum (Log10) has typical peaks

Trigger Level-1:

Set_6: Live Time vs Time - smooth, most of the time is above 0.9 (depends on the trigger rate

over the orbit, useful to see correlation with magn.latt vs time plot ("ThetaM vs time" on the same page)).

Set_8: Consecutive events time difference - has no irregularities, dead time not more 140mks

AxAMS:

Set_0: Charge distribution has typical pattern (peaks at 1,....), velocity has peaks at +-1

Set_1: Mass Spectrum has typical peaks, "Momentum vs Velocity" shows typical bands.

Using Data Quality Monitor

1. Start Console Session on amslocal@pcamsf41.cern.ch

ssh -X amslocal@pcamsf41.cern.ch

2. Go to working directory

cd ~/AMS/prodmon

3. Set the environment variable. Now we use the environment variable to configure the reference file.

setenv AMSProdMonRefFile reference file name (or, if you're lazy, you can just source the file RefFile.sh)

4 Start the program

check if dqm is running

*ps -u amslocal -f| grep dqm

if you find ./dqm ../perl/rdlast.perl

*killall dqm

./dqm ../perl/rdlast.perl (this is the command line, you don't need to specify the file explicitely as for the other monitoring program offmoncPG )

where ../perl/rdlast.perl provided by choutko to get latest file

5 Try to get new file

Choose Menu file -> Use cmd

The program will try to use cmd ../perl/rdlast.perl to get the last file and use $AMSProdMonRefFile as the reference file

6 Use Cmd Automatically mdoe

Choose Menu file -> Automatically use cmd

Choose Menu Plot -> start

The software will automatically use the cmd which is the argument follow the "./main" every 5 minutes to get get new file.

  • example screen shot:
    4-6-9-05.jpg

important thing is that, theses lines are almost parallel. Because they are displayed in Log scale.

parallel log y2- log x2= log y1- log x1->y2:x2=y1:x1

This means that the ratios between variables are stable.

tips

check raw data files: ls -ltr /Offline/RunsDir/SCI/|tail -10

Using Frame Monitor

1. Start Console Session on amslocal@pcamsf41.cern.ch

ssh -X amslocal@pcamsf41.cern.ch

2. Go to working directory

cd ~/AMS/DTMonitor

3. Set the environment variable.

bash; source pyrootenv.sh (make sure you split the command if start from default c shell)

4 Start the program

./DTMonitor.py

Using bbftp Monitor

1. connect to main page http://pcams06.mib.infn.it/DT_GUI/bbftp/status.html

2. select the Receiver for ex. pcposj0 if POCC@JSC so http://pcams06.mib.infn.it/DT_GUI/bbftp/status_j0.html

3. Here is provided info on time (“Actual time”) check if is “on time” considering all pocc computers are on GMT if AMSfep or the connection is down there will be written in red STATUS UNREACHABLE

4. Check if bbftpd has green light (so bbftpd is running on receiver machine) if not contact A. Eline

5. Check AMSfeps (pcgsc50-51-52) bullet colors:

  • green as supposed: all programs running
  • blue, just some programs running
  • red means that DT programs are not running

6. Select one of AMSfep (for ex. click pcgsc50) http://pcams06.mib.infn.it/DT_GUI/bbftp/status_j0_pcgsc50.html

7. Check if info are elaborated in real time (max delay 5-10 min) if delay is greater would be written in red WARNING AMSfep may be UNREACHABLE

8. See what DT programs are running, if some are not running (RED) contact A. Eline

9. Then you can check list of files transferred and to be transferred, throughputs for bbftp performance

10. Check mrtg graph of bbftp throughputs (if transferred files are older than 10 min throughput is set to 0)

For problems contact DavideGrandi

Useful Links

Related How-Tos

Contacts

-- DmitriFilippov - 28-Mar-2011

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PNGpng continueous1.png r1 manage 50.0 K 2012-09-06 - 22:11 BaosongShan example 1 of consequent "SHORT"
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