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operations:minutes2013_09_26 [2013/09/26 00:37]
Jim Lovell created
operations:minutes2013_09_26 [2013/09/26 03:50] (current)
Jim Lovell
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   - Review of recent experiments. ​   - Review of recent experiments. ​
-    - Experiments to be reviewed ​(if correlation reports ​are in) plus any issues to raise from newer experiments observed but not yet correlated: +    - R4599, AUST12 and R1603 were reviewed. The latter two have been observed and we await correlation reports. 
-      * CRDS66 ​waiting correlation +    Please remember to use ''​schedule=<​name>​,#1''​ when starting a schedule ​less than min before the scheduled ​start.
-      * AUST11 - waiting correlation +
-      * CRF76 - waiting correlation +
-      * T2091  - waiting correlation +
-      * RD1306 ​ - waiting correlation +
-      * R4599 - **correlated,​ review** +
-      * CRF77  - waiting correlation +
-      * CRDS67 ​ - waiting correlation +
-      * AUST12 - **recently observed, review** +
-,#1 if less than min before the start +
-      * R1603 - **recently observed, review**+
   - Previous Action Items   - Previous Action Items
-    - Hb DBBC drifts still occurring?  +    - Are Hb DBBC drifts still occurring?  
-      - OKbut watch out for low bandwidth (4 MHz) modes (e.g. T2, CRF)+      - None have been seen recently. However, watch out for this problem in low bandwidth (4 MHz) modes (e.g. T2 experiments)
     - Yg clock jumps (All, MOBLAS)     - Yg clock jumps (All, MOBLAS)
-      - Seems OK, still monitoring.+      - None seen during tests in the last 24h but we are still monitoring ​as the cause is unclear.
     - Module capacity checks (Jim, Jamie)     - Module capacity checks (Jim, Jamie)
       - Remind Yg to notify when disk modules are changed       - Remind Yg to notify when disk modules are changed
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       - How to roster? ​       - How to roster? ​
       - Shift lengths?       - Shift lengths?
-      - midnight - 9 am, 9 -5, 5 - midnight+      - Suggestion is to have 3 shifts: ​midnight - 9 am, 9 am - 5 pm, 5 pm - midnight. Comments welcome.
   - Recent software, hardware changes.   - Recent software, hardware changes.
-    - PCFS on Hb updated (now same as Yg). Watch the input filter settings!+    - PCFS on Hb updated (now same as Yg). Watch the input filter settings ​in the procedure files
   - Data transfers, changes and email list.   - Data transfers, changes and email list.
-    - transfers@postoffice.maths.utas.edu.au+    - If you need to move to a different module for any reason (e.g. because the one you expected to use breaks) please notify ​transfers@postoffice.maths.utas.edu.au ​so that the right module is set up for data transfer.
   - Operational issues   - Operational issues
-    - Keys and swipe-cards+    - Keys and swipe-cards. Get them from Dave Hughes if you need them for after-hours access
     - How to read monit3 output. See the Tsys check section in [[operations:​documentation_ops2_pcfs9.10.5plus|Operator Documentation]]     - How to read monit3 output. See the Tsys check section in [[operations:​documentation_ops2_pcfs9.10.5plus|Operator Documentation]]
-    - halogens ​tripping curcuit breaker in ops room +    - The halogen lights are tripping curcuit breaker in ops room. Maintenance have been notified. 
-    - Getting ​email updates when a wiki page changes+    - You can get email updates when a wiki pages change. Log in, go to the start page, click on the "​Manage Subscriptions"​ link and set it up to subscribe to "​*",​ i.e. all pages with a daily email if something ​changes.
   - Q & A   - Q & A
-    - Use of car for shift changes etc?+    - Use of car for shift changes etc? Can the blue car be used for home/work transport for observers? (Jim)
   - Next meeting : Tue 8 Oct at 2 PM   - Next meeting : Tue 8 Oct at 2 PM
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