Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of RunningOrcaDC3b


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10/21/2010 06:10:57 PM (9 years ago)
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srp
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  • RunningOrcaDC3b

    v21 v22  
    391391If this is the first time you're running, you should look at those log files to make sure that everything is running the way you expect. 
    392392 
    393 Once everything is running execute the announceDataset.py command (which is in ctrl_sched): 
     393 
     394If you don't have Orca run the announceDataset.py command, it will issue the following: 
     395 
     396 "No data announced for PT1Workflow.  Waiting for events from external source" 
     397 
     398If you see this, execute the announceDataset.py command (which is in ctrl_sched): 
    394399 
    395400{{{ 
     
    397402}}} 
    398403 
    399 This will send events to the event broker on lsst8 on topic '''!RawAvailable'''.  These events are listened to by the joboffice  
    400 processes, which are only listening for events that have the runid '''myrunid''' associated with it. 
    401404 
    402405This will send events to the event broker on lsst8 on topic "RawAvailable".  These events are listened to by the joboffice  
    403406processes, which are only listening for events that have the runid '''myrunid''' associated with it, and will start the Pipelines. 
    404407 
    405 At this point the pipelines will run. 
     408Alternatively, you can have Orca run this command for you, by adding the following section to the workflow.configuration section of the PAF file: 
     409 
     410The format is like this: 
     411 
     412{{{ 
     413        announceData: { 
     414            script: $CTRL_SCHED_DIR/bin/announceDataset.py 
     415            topic: RawAvailable 
     416            inputdata: /home/srp/working/pipeline_new/ISR/cfht-isr-inputdata.txt 
     417        } 
     418}}} 
     419 
     420 
     421At this point the data will be announced, and the pipelines will run. 
    406422 
    407423To stop the pipelines, use the shutprod.py command (in ctrl_orca) with a severity level and the runid to shut down.