[Halld-offline] Reconstruction Launch: 2017-01 ver03

Alexander Austregesilo aaustreg at jlab.org
Mon Sep 10 10:23:04 EDT 2018

Dear Colleagues,

I am happy to announce that the third full reconstruction launch over 
the 2017-01 data (ver03) is now complete. We were able to process 6 
million CPU-hours in about 30 days. Only 3 out of 42,174 jobs could not 
be reconstructed successfully.

Detailed information about the launch is linked here:


Please find more relevant information below:

> The software stack used for these recontruction launches can be found 
> here:
> /https://halldweb.jlab.org/dist/version_recon-2017_01-ver03_jlab.xml/
> The REST files (42,171 files) are accesible through the cache system. 
> However, they cannot not be pinned permanently due to size limitations:
> /cache/halld/RunPeriod-2017-01/recon/ver03/REST/
> A subset with photons in the coherent peak (42,171 files) was produced:
> /cache/halld/RunPeriod-2017-01/recon/ver03/dana_rest_coherent_peak/
> For realistic background in simulations, we extracted the random 
> triggers and converted the signals to hddm:
> /cache/halld/RunPeriod-2017-01/recon/ver03/converted_random/
> The histograms and efficiency trees can be found here:
> /cache/halld/RunPeriod-2017-01/recon/ver03/{hists,tree*}
> A subfolder with merged histograms and trees is included in each folder.
> The results are also visible on the usual monitoring web-pages:
> https://halldweb.jlab.org/data_monitoring/Plot_Browser.html
> https://halldweb.jlab.org/cgi-bin/data_monitoring/monitoring/runBrowser.py
> https://halldweb.jlab.org/cgi-bin/data_monitoring/monitoring/timeSeries.py
> https://halldweb.jlab.org/cgi-bin/data_monitoring/monitoring/versionBrowser.py

Best regards,
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