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E906/Drell-Yan Collaboration Meeting, 7 January 2009 Holiday Inn Express, Los Alamos, NM http://www.phy.anl.gov/mep/drell-yan/E906_internal/Meetings/09Jan/index.html. CODA DAQ. Wen-Chen Chang Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica. CODA 2.6.

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Coda daq

E906/Drell-Yan Collaboration Meeting, 7 January 2009

Holiday Inn Express, Los Alamos, NM

http://www.phy.anl.gov/mep/drell-yan/E906_internal/Meetings/09Jan/index.html

CODA DAQ

Wen-Chen Chang

Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica


Coda 2 6

CODA 2.6

  • CODA 2.6(2.5) is set up under a configuration of Linux host computer and MVME6100 as ROC. In the process, many helps were received from David Abbott in JLAB.

  • Detailed information for installation is wikied at http://www-hep.phys.sinica.edu.tw/E906by Bo-Ru Lin.


Coda daq

CODA 2.5

Compiled by David Abbott


Coda daq

CODA 2.6


Coda daq

Conceptual design of DAQ based on CODA

MWPC, HODO, Muon

Coincidence Register System, VME

CAMAC TDC for DC

Interface to VME

Accelerator scalers, VME?

ROC3

ROC2

ROC1

L2 Trigger

Electronics House

Ethernet Hub

Unix host running CODA

Counting House

Data Decoder Software

Data Storage

Online monitoring


Hardware configuration

Hardware Configuration

rcServer: LINUX

Trigger supervisor: SIS 3600

ROC:MVME6100


Installation of coda 2 6

Installation of CODA 2.6

  • Before Start

  • Edit CODA Database

  • Set up MVME6100

  • Run CODA 2.6 with ROC on MVME6100


Before start

Before Start

  • Prepare a DAQ host (Scientific Linux in our case)

  • Download CODA 2.6 package

  • Set up environment

  • Compile the readout list


Setup of single board computer mvme6100

Setup of Single Board Computer MVME6100

  • Under “MVME6100>” prompt, use tftp to download VxWorks boot file “boot6100_v122.bin” from tftp host.

  • Flash the program into the on-board flash memory.

  • Set the dip switch to change from FLASH Bank.

  • Power cycle the board.

  • Set the boot parameters under “[VxWorks Boot]: “ prompt.

  • Reboot and the VxWorks kernel, libraries and ROC programs are downloaded.


The boot parameters

The boot parameters

[VxWorks Boot]: c

boot device : geisc

unit number : 0

processor number : 0

host name : daq

file name : /tftpboot/vx6100_v4.1

inet on ethernet (e) : 192.168.98.189:fffff800

inet on backplane (b): 0

host inet (h) : 192.168.99.184

gateway inet (g) : 192.168.103.253

user (u) : sp8daq

flags (f) : 0x20

target name (tn) : roc1

startup script (s) : /tftpboot/roc1.boot


Proceed to the real start

Proceed to the REAL START

  • Start the msqld

  • Start the platform

  • Use “cedit” and “ebedit” to compile a object in msql database.

  • Start Event Transport system (ET)

  • Start RUN CONTROL PROCESS (ROC)

  • Start Event Builder (EB)

  • Start Run Control GUI


Start data taking in rcgui

Start data taking in rcgui

  • Run:

    • Translate DB to COOLTranslate the object into one in COOL database (something new in CODA 2.6)

    • Configure

    • Download

    • Prestart

    • Enable trigger

    • End

  • Abort

  • Reset

  • Disconnect

  • Exit


  • Login