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Web.Based.Monitoring Status. [email protected] Meeting. William Badgett, Steve Murray Fermilab Zongru Wan Kansas State University. WebBasedMonitor, goals. Integrate information from across all CMS Environmental, Trigger, DAQ, Luminosity, etc.

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Web based monitoring status

Web.Based.MonitoringStatus

[email protected] Meeting

William Badgett, Steve Murray

Fermilab

Zongru Wan

Kansas State University


Webbasedmonitor goals
WebBasedMonitor, goals

  • Integrate information from across all CMS

    • Environmental, Trigger, DAQ, Luminosity, etc.

  • Extend “CMS Page 1” to provide more information to the CMS collaboration

  • Ability to “drill down” to get more details

    • Links to sub-detector pages already in development

  • Tools for remote ShiftCrew

    • Also useful for remote experts

  • Plotting “Value versus Time” in CMS database

  • Ability to plot anything vs. anything

  • Light-weight web interface


Structure directed servlets
Structure, directed servlets

  • Additional “Expert Tier”

    • Underlying infrastructure for more general pages

    • General database browser

      • For people who know a little SQL and would like to create new web pages – need to know where data are

    • Basic low level servlets

      • Tools for creating new pages, use Java inheritance to make it easy

    • Not intended for ShiftCrew direct use

    • DatabaseBrowser, SlowControlBrowser, RootBrowser

      • β versions already in place


Webbasedmonitor front page
WebBasedMonitor, front-page

http://cmsdaq.cern.ch/cmsmon/



Databasebrowser example1
DatabaseBrowser, example

Automatic conversion from database table data to root TTree



Genericbrowsing
GenericBrowsing

  • Disparate set of database tables

    • Barely controlled chaos

  • No standard history model

    • Sub-detector specific tables

    • Need meta-data tables to describe them

      • Have settled on schema

      • Implementing user interfaces

    • General case of “Value versus Time” servlets can be extended to many data source

      • DAQ, Trigger, Lumi, Conditions, etc.


Slowcontrolbrowser
SlowControlBrowser

Since cmsomds erased, no data in standard PVSS tables


Runsummary pages
RunSummary pages

  • Top level point to inquire about runs

  • Form with popular selection criteria

    • By run or run range √

    • Date and time range √

    • Trigger√ and run configuration

      • LTC MTCC triggers only

    • Events collected √

    • Luminosity accumulated

    • Subdetector status √

      • Presence in readout

        √ Implemented

        http://cmsdaq.cern.ch/cmsmon/

        click on “RunSummary”


Runsummary query page
RunSummary query page

LHC info to be implemented

Easy click for last 24 hours

Subdetectors

Triggers


Runsummary multi run query
RunSummary, multi-run query

Multi-run query results

Can also run in test-only mode with wget command line


Runsummary single run
RunSummary, single run

  • Clickable measurements

    • Drill-down capability

  • Plot creation

    • Provides root TTree and histogram object in file

    • Resizeable on resubmit


Lhc logging
LHC Logging

  • Equivalent to AcNet logging

  • Contains many interesting CMS data

  • E.g. magnet temperature, current

  • Accessible from protected P5 network and our web browser

  • More abstract database schema (easier to browse)

  • Fold into current CMS browser


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • Propose implementing standard meta-data tables to describe wealth of data in CMS database

    • Based on ECAL and WBM proposals

    • Have schema in hand; testing

    • Implementation in progress

  • RunSummary actively being used

    • & extended

  • Will hook into LHC logger

    • Can [email protected] benefit?

  • Have a look!

    http://cmsdaq.cern.ch/cmsmon/


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