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operations:maser_check [2012/08/15 02:20]
Jim Lovell created
operations:maser_check [2016/12/02 00:54] (current)
Lucia Plank
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 ====== Maser Status Check ====== ====== Maser Status Check ======
  
-Check the "​Standard VCH-1005A Manager"​ display on the Windows PC (to view it, start a VNC session via the Applications menu to time[hb|ke|yg])Green numbers are goodred are badHere's an example of how it should look:+Check the "​Standard VCH-1005A Manager"​ display on the Windows PC.  After the maintenance in 2016 the masers run on separate locationsthey can be viewed with the following commands in a terminal:  
 +<​code>​ 
 +vncviewer 131.217.63.156 
 +</​code>​  
 +for Hobart 
 +<​code>​ 
 +vncviewer 131.217.61.26:​0 
 +</​code>​  
 +for Katherineand  
 +<​code>​ 
 +vncviewer 59.167.111.242:
 +</​code>​  
 +for Yarragadee. ​ The passwords are NOT the normal one.
  
-{{:​operations:​maserok.jpg|}}+Green numbers are good, red are bad.  
 +**New: check the connection status:** in the lower window "Get Maser State",​ look for the "​OK"​ and check whether the OK was received within the last minute (should update several time a minute). 
 + 
 +Here's an example of how it should look: 
 + 
 +{{:​operations:​maser.png|}}
  
 Report any red numbers to Brett ASAP. if you see mention of '​Battery',​ the maser has lost mains power and is running on it's UPS. If so, tell Brett immediately. Report any red numbers to Brett ASAP. if you see mention of '​Battery',​ the maser has lost mains power and is running on it's UPS. If so, tell Brett immediately.
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