Data checks

Switch-on unix timestamps:

LDA

Run 61000: LDA Ontime: 20563s. Date:25p06p2018__23p42p25. → LDA startup unixtime=1529962945-20563=1529942382

61105-:LDA ontime 1216.6s. Date 26p06p2018__18p32p24 → LDA startup unixtime=1530030744-1217=1530029527

61111-: LDA ontime  665.7s. Date 27p06p2018__18p48p40 → LDA startup unixtime=1530118120-666=1530117454

BIF

Run 61000 : BIF Ontime: 22682s. → BIF startup unixtime=1529962945-22682=1529940263

Run 61111 new bif ontime: 10530s→ BIF startup unixtime=1530118120-10530=1530107590

Run 61417: new bif ontime 166.0s → BIF startup unixtime = 1530650528-166=1530650362

Offsets

LDA

Run 61111: offset 2106

Run 61154: offset 14106

BIF

Run 61111: offset 67647

Run 61154: offset 451647

Statistics result:

Clock phase looks stable and changes only when expected:

Summary:

Run from Run to LDA unixtimeBIF unixtimeLDA offsetBIF offset
610006110315299423821529940263NaN (2106)NaN(LED)
611056110915300295271529940263210667647cosmics? No triggers
611116115315301174541530107590210667647
61154614161530117454153010759014106451647
614176142715301174541530650362NaNNaNnoise

Reprocessing script

EUDAQ branch: https://github.com/jkvas/eudaq/tree/reprocessing

The EUDAQ RAW files are quite big ~750 GB.

Online saving to SLCIO is quite slow. It is better to save as eudaq raw files ("native" format) and convert to slcio later (can be parallelized)

Conversion from EUDAQ RAW to SLCIO is done through eudaq command line utility euCliConverter

cd /nfs/dust/ilc/group/flchcal/AHCAL_Testbeam_SPS_June2018/Reprocessed/EudaqRaw
for i in `ls -tr`
do 
   if [ ! -f "../slcio/${i}.slcio" ]
   then 
      echo ${i}
   fi 
done | parallel -j 8 ~/eudaq/reprocessing/bin/euCliConverter -i {} -o ../slcio/{}.slcio



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