IPP Progress Report for the week 2013-02-11 - 2013-02-17

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Eugene Magnier

Serge Chastel

  • Sick on Friday afternoon
  • IPP
    • mysql now starts on storage nodes on reboot
    • mysql installed on ipp027, ipp028, ipp029, ipp030 (files monitoring)
    • Nebulous mayhem
    • Had to modify publish_file.pl to prevent registration to the datastore (hard-coded bahavior)
    • Finished setup on NEO cluster.
    • Gluing synthetic objects addition and registration for IPP processing
  • MOPS
    • We will go for the IPP Gentoo 10.0 on mops14 since it's currently not possible to evaluate regressions if installing the IPP on a different Linux distribution.

Heather Flewelling

  • lots of pain and misery with dvodbs this week, but it's mostly sorted:
    • gene fixed and I 'tested' the different stages of dvodb calibration for parallel dvodbs. End result = LAP big dvodb for slice 18 area is ready for ingest into ipptopsps
    • wiki is up to date on ipptopsps schema changes for Conrad
    • continuing to monitor and track progress on addstar LAP.
  • tutorial on ipptopsps this week - Gene changed a lot on how to run it now.
  • liason stuff for Istvan and Kristen

  • some sciency stuff with JT and CA

Mark Huber

  • czar, finding problems and remembering what to do with LAP since scheduled spanning a 3d weekend
  • WSdiffim photometry -- needing at least a week to review past test notes and trace through all the jumps for what code being used for and where, and for things like what the blue points on plot Y mean again etc..
  • finally gave up and made time to reinstall desktop with SL6.x to replace the poor Dell paid subscription RHEL6 default install from 1.5yr ago

Bill Sweeney

Chris Waters

  • Launched new LAP queue (RA 5-6hr)
  • Made final changes to trunk for new tag, ran SAS tests, discovered bug in stacking that is resulting in too many images being rejected.
  • Traced through ppStack/psModules to attempt to find and fix this stacking bug. Current indications are that the warps are somehow different between old and new code, but there is no visible difference, and psphot run directly on the images results in effectively the same results.
  • More diffs published to MOPS.