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aov008

Hobart 12m:

Data volume at beginning:5177 Disk VSN: USN+0221

*18:31:00 Experiment started late. This was due to Katherine e-RemoteCtrl becoming unresponsive and refusing to connect despite multiple restarts. Eventually had to log into pcfs and “pkill” the process and restart e-RemoteCtrl, it repeated the cycle once again before reconnecting properly. (AK)

  1. First Scan for which data was recorded was 076-1839 at 18:39:03
  2. Missed scans 076-1800a through to 076-1833 (starting at 18:33). Missed about 10.7 Gb of data. Though the experiment started at 18:31:00 not sure if it did miss 076-1833?

Katherine 12m:

Disk VSN:HART+106

Data volume at beginning:

*18:31:00 Experiment started late. This was due to Katherine e-RemoteCtrl becoming unresponsive and refusing to connect despite multiple restarts. Eventually had to log into pcfs and “pkill” the process and restart e-RemoteCtrl, it repeated the cycle once again before reconnecting properly. (AK)

  1. First Scan for which data was recorded was 076-1839 at 18:39:03
  2. Missed scans 076-1800a through to 076-1833 (starting at 18:33). Missed about 9.1 Gb of data. Though the experiment started at 18:31:00 not sure if it did miss 076-1833?

Yarragadee 12m:

Disk VSN:HAY-0049

Data volume at beginning:

*18:31:00 Experiment started late. This was due to Katherine e-RemoteCtrl becoming unresponsive and refusing to connect despite multiple restarts. Eventually had to log into pcfs and “pkill” the process and restart e-RemoteCtrl, it repeated the cycle once again before reconnecting properly. (AK)

  1. First Scan for which data was recorded was 076-1839 at 18:39:03
  2. Missed scans 076-1800a through to 076-1833 (starting at 18:33). Missed about 9.8 Gb of data. Though the experiment started at 18:31:00 not sure if it did miss 076-1833?
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