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operations:documentation.ivs.mark5_module_selection [2019/01/25 00:23]
Warren Hankey
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 ===== Data requirement ===== ===== Data requirement =====
  
-On the [[operations:log|AuScope IVS Module ​Allocation spreadsheet]] there should be a data size indicated for the current experiment ​(2017 module allocation tab); otherwise refer to a similar historical experiment with a data size. On this spreadsheet  ​the station staff also record which module has been provisionally allocated to the experiment and loaded in the Mk5.+On the [[http://​131.217.63.180:​8000Experiment and Module ​Library]] there should be a data size indicated for the current experiment; otherwise refer to a similar historical experiment with a data size. On this site the station staff also record which module has been provisionally allocated to the experiment and loaded in the Mk5.
  
 Also at the end of the printed schedule summary is an estimate of the total amount of data that will be recorded for the experiment. For example, this experiment requires a tad under 1.4 TB: Also at the end of the printed schedule summary is an estimate of the total amount of data that will be recorded for the experiment. For example, this experiment requires a tad under 1.4 TB:
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 ==Doubling up== ==Doubling up==
  
-All R4, CRDS and CRF experiments from Katherine and Yarragadee need to be directly shipped to Washington, so please avoid putting them on a module with another experiment.+All R4, experiments from Katherine and Yarragadee need to be directly shipped to Washington, so please avoid putting them on a module with another experiment.
  
 Everything else needs to be shipped to Hobart for e-transfer to the correlator. ​ Therefore, two experiments,​ if they fit, can go on the same module. ​ However, **R1'​s** do need to get to Hobart **__ASAP__**. ​ Often there will be an R1 straight after another experiment. ​ It is undesirable,​ but in a pinch the R1 can go on the same module with the last experiment, providing the R1 is the LAST experiment to be recorded (and there is enough disk space!). Everything else needs to be shipped to Hobart for e-transfer to the correlator. ​ Therefore, two experiments,​ if they fit, can go on the same module. ​ However, **R1'​s** do need to get to Hobart **__ASAP__**. ​ Often there will be an R1 straight after another experiment. ​ It is undesirable,​ but in a pinch the R1 can go on the same module with the last experiment, providing the R1 is the LAST experiment to be recorded (and there is enough disk space!).
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