21-27 March 2009
Prague
Europe/Prague timezone

Data Quality from the Detector Control System at the ATLAS Experiment.

26 Mar 2009, 08:00
1h
Prague

Prague

Prague Congress Centre 5. května 65, 140 00 Prague 4, Czech Republic
Board: Thursday 097
poster Online Computing Poster session

Speaker

Peter Onyisi (University of Chicago)

Description

At the ATLAS experiment, the Detector Control System (DCS) is used to oversee detector conditions and supervise the running of equipment. It is essential that information from the DCS about the status of individual sub-detectors be extracted and taken into account when determining the quality of data taken and its suitability for different analyses. DCS information is written online to the ATLAS conditions database (COOL) and then summarised to provide a status flag for each sub-detector and displayed on the web. We discuss how this DCS information should be used, the technicalities of making this summary, and experience in running the tool during the period of cosmic ray data taking in 2008.

Primary author

Katharine Leney (University of Liverpool)

Co-author

Peter Onyisi (University of Chicago)

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