DAY Aug-29-99 shift summary

Alexander Ledovskoy (ledovsko@fnpxsr)
Sun, 29 Aug 1999 15:29:04 -0500

Shift Summary for OWL shift, 24-AUG-99

On Shift: Ruth Pordes, Sasha Ledovskoy, visits from Sydney

Hours of beam available at all intensities: 8.50h
Hours of beam available at nominal intensity: 8.50h
Hours of E832 data (special runs not included): 8.18h
Hours of special runs (laser scans, muon runs...): 0.00h

Accounting of lost time: Tape change, drt_fresh_start

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Runs ended this shift:

14372 24.3M events BEAM_832

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Tapes brought to FCC this shift:

QKS345-350
QKC345-350
QKK345-350
QKB1220 QKB121

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Accesses during shift: none
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Overview of shift:

Smooth E832 running. lots o'data

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Description of Shift:

about 4 daqdead_sec messages during the shift with no obvious cause.
Monitored CSIid 450 (see logbook). no changes.

run spill time comment
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14372 7:00 Day shift begins

57 ktevana errors. KFRENDs
59 Back to normal running

7:40 /ktev2a is 91% full. Delete few files in VETO
8:55 Same thing with /ktev1a

150 Laser crate is full. KFRENDs
154 Back to normal running

204 Laser crate is full again

11:15 /ktev4a is 91% full. Delete few VETO files.

276 Laser crate is full. KFRENDs
278 Back to normal running

13:42 Tapes are full. Stop run
Ed updates CsI constants over the phone
Sydney remakes L3_DRIVER_MON_832
Online split requests QKLA15

14373 13:59 BEAM_832 started.
14:30 Dave N. came to check on the gas.
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