[Hallb-engineering] IOC reboots
bruhwel at jlab.org
Mon Dec 20 09:07:35 EST 2010
Are we sure its only clean power? The last time they got the circuits mixed up as I recall. The Torus vacuum pumps might trip. The Buffer Dewar will need to be checked to make sure it comes back at all as it gets its kernel over the network. Why are they scheduling work on a shutdown day? Nobody is working on the 28th except specially approved people. By them (Facilities Management?) scheduling work they just enlisted more workers to work on a day that needs special approvals. This doesn't sound right does it?
If something goes wrong what support does the oncall turn to?
I'm on vacation as are most.
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From: "Doug Tilles" <tilles at jlab.org>
Date: Mon, Dec 20, 2010 06:47
Subject: [Hallb-engineering] IOC reboots
To: <hallb-engineering at jlab.org>
Who is looking into the IOC reboot problem?
The counting house reboots IOC and the wrong values come back and shut
down the systems. The Eng on call has been here all week end replacing
the values in the PID loops. After reboots all the wrong info goes into
the PID loops.
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