[Halld-offline] reconstructing an evio file

Sean Dobbs s-dobbs at northwestern.edu
Tue Aug 26 16:17:54 EDT 2014

I've seen similar crashes too, but I think it was when my version of HDDS
was out of sync with my version of sim-recon.  A clean build of both fixed


On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 3:07 PM, Richard Jones <richard.t.jones at uconn.edu>

>  Mark,
>  I think the root of the error is reported here.
>  src/JANA/JGeometryXML.cc:204 Node or attribute not found for xpath
> "//mposPhi[@volume='CDCstrawLong']/@R_Z/ring[@value='6']".
>  There is a ccdb lookup that is not working. I got a different error, but
> similar, back when I was using an instance of the sqlite database that was
> not current with my src build. I would try (a) scons -c && scons install;
> (b) generate a fresh copy of the sqlite file and make sure your environment
> points to it.
>  -Richard J.
> On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 3:58 PM, Mark M. Ito <marki at jlab.org> wrote:
>> Folks,
>> Getting crashes trying to reconstruct an evio. See the attached
>> transcript. The command used is highlighted with "==="s. Using the latest
>> sim-recon, latest constants. Looks like an issue with the CDC geometry.
>> Does this look familiar to anyone?
>>   -- Mark
>> --
>> Mark M. Ito, Jefferson Lab, marki at jlab.org, (757)269-5295
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Sean Dobbs
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Northwestern University
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