We would like several channels from the OAF/ASS screen to be saved to frames, so that we can use the channels for our OAF model. In theory, this should involve uncommenting the desired channels in the .ini file (.../caltech/chans/daq/C1ASS.ini), and restart the frame builder. Since this .ini file was generated a long time ago, and things have been changed since then, the chnnums in the .ini file and the corresponding .par file don't match up. We need to go through the .par file (/cvs/cds/gds/param/tpchn_c3.par), and look up the chnnums for our channels, and copy those numbers into the .ini file. Figuring out what was going on involved many fb40m restarts, but on the last one of the night, I restarted the backup script, so it should (hopefully) run tonight, and get all of the frames that we've been missing.
Notes to self:
* When adding channels to other front ends, the end of the process is to click the blue button on the C0DAQ_DETAIL screen next to your computer. C1ASS isn't on that screen. Instead, in the C1ASS_GDS screen, click DAQ Reload.
* The channel names for the Test Points and the .ini files must be different. That's why there's a '_2048' suffix at the end of every channel in our .ini file.
* tpchn_C1 is all of the old-style system test points. tpchn_C2 is the C1OMC, and tpchn_C3 is for the C1ASS testpoints.
* When uncommenting channels in the C1ASS.ini file, make sure acquire is set to 1 for every channel we want saved. The default in this .ini file is set to acquire = 0.