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operations:documentation:lba_sched_file_prep [2013/03/21 04:37]
Jim Lovell created
operations:documentation:lba_sched_file_prep [2013/03/21 04:47] (current)
Jim Lovell
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-!!! Additional procedures +==== Additional procedures ​====
-Now you need to add in some @@preob@@, @@postob@@ and @@systemp@@ procedures. Run @@cat /​usr2/​proc/​ke12m.prc >> v465ake.prc@@ to attach the preob routine. For the postob routine, you need to know the number channels being recorded - check the ATNF wiki for the experiment. v465a records 8 channels, so the command to attach the postob routine is @@cat /​usr2/​proc/​postob_8x16MHz_2 >> v465ake.prc@@. Here, @@8x16MHz@@ refers to the number of channels and bandwidth, and @@_2@@ to two-bit recording. Finally, systemp - v465a is recording S-band, dual polarisation so the command is @@cat /​usr2/​proc/​systemp12srl >> v465ake.prc@@. ​+
  
-Finally, copy the edited procedure to the correct directory with @@mv v465ake.prc /usr2/proc/@@+Now you need to add in some ''​preob'',​ ''​postob''​ and ''​systemp''​ procedures. Run <​code>​cat /​usr2/​proc/​ke12m.prc >> v465ake.prc</​code>​ to attach the preob routine. For the postob routine, you need to know the number channels being recorded - check the ATNF wiki for the experiment. v465a records 8 channels, so the command to attach the postob routine is <​code>​cat /​usr2/​proc/​postob_8x16MHz_2 >> v465ake.prc</​code>​. Here, ''​8x16MHz''​ refers to the number of channels and bandwidth, and ''​_2''​ to two-bit recording. Finally, systemp - v465a is recording S-band, dual polarisation so the command is <​code>​cat /​usr2/​proc/​systemp12srl >> v465ake.prc</​code>​.  
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 +Finally, copy the edited procedure to the correct directory with <​code>​mv v465ake.prc /usr2/proc/</​code>​ 
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 +===== Drudging Fringe-check schedules =====
  
-!!'''​Drudging Fringe-check schedules'''​[[#​fring]] 
 First, download the vex files into @@/​usr2/​sched/​@@ on pcfske. The easiest way is to use the following commands First, download the vex files into @@/​usr2/​sched/​@@ on pcfske. The easiest way is to use the following commands
  
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