"Why does the word wrapping not work in our browsers with ELOG?" I sometimes wonder. Some of the elogs are fine, but often the 40m one has the text run off the page.
I found that this is due to people uploading HUGE images. If you need to do this, just use the shrink feature in the elog compose window so that we only have to see the thumbnail at first. Otherwise your 12 MP images will make it hard to read everyone else's entries.
A novice was learning at the feet of Master Daqd. At the end of the lesson he looked through his notes and said, “Master, I have a few questions. May I ask them?”
Master Daqd nodded.
"Do we record minute trends of our data?"
"Yes, we record raw minute trends in /frames/trend/minute_raw"
"I see. Do we back up minute trends?"
"Yes, we back up all frames present in /frames/trend/minute"
"Wait, this means we are not recording our current trends! What is the reason for the existence of seperate minute and minute_raw trends?
“The knowledge you seek can be answered only by the gods.”
"Can we resume recording the minute trends?"
Master Daqd nodded, turned, and threw himself off the railing, falling to his death on the rocks below.
Upon seeing this, the novice was enlightened. He proceeded to investigate how to convert raw minute trends to minute trends so that historical records could be preserved, and precisely when Master Daqd started throwing himself off the mountain when asked to record minute trends.
It took at least ten years to rust away.
We have no coffee machine.
We are dreaming about it
We still do not have it.
New all organic machine.
The toilet tank in the big bathroom stopped refilling. I contacted PPService@caltech.edu and put up an "Out of Order sign".
a plumber came in yesterday and fixed the issue.
The backup of /cvs/cds (which runs as a cron job on fb40m; see /cvs/cds/caltech/scripts/backup/000README.txt)
has been down since fb40m was rebooted on March 3.
I was unable to start it because of conflicting ssh keys in /home/controls/.ssh .
With help from Dan Kozak, we got it to work with both sets of keys
( id_rsa, which allows one to ssh between computers in our 113 network without typing a password,
and backup2PB which allows the cron job to push the backup files to the archive in Powell-Booth).
It still goes down every time one reboots fb40m, and I don't have a solution.
A simple solution is for the script to send an email whenever it can't connect via ssh keys
(requiring a restart of ssh-agent with a passphrase), but email doesn't seem to work on fb40m.
I'll see if I can get help on how to have sendmail run on fb40m.
After the boot-fest, the nightly backup to Powell-Booth failed, and an automatic email got sent to me. I restarted the ssh agent, following the instructions in /cvs/cds/caltech/scripts/backup/000README.txt .
CES Mezzanine is beeing rebuilt to accommodate our new neighbor: the 20ft high water slide...& .jacuzzi
All our ac power transformers are up there. Yesterday we labelled the power switch of 480VAC on the mezz
that we need to keep to run the 3 cranes in the lab.
After many, many "it'll be there in 2 weeks" from the Guralp people, our seismometer is finally back!
I have it plugged into the Guralp breakout box's Channel 1xyz (so I have unplugged the other Guralp). Both of the Guralp's are currently sitting under the MC1/MC3 chamber.
Before we can have both Guralps up and running, I need to stuff the next 3 channels of the breakout box (back in the fall, I only had Caryn do 1x, 1y, 1z, and now I need 2x, 2y and 2z done with the fancy low-noise resistors), so all the gains match between the 2 sets of channels.
I'm leaving the new Guralp plugged in so we can see how it behaves for the next couple days, until I take out the breakout box for stuffing.
In response to Steve's elog entry, and for 40m posterity, I provide the Paschen Curve.
Restarted backup since fb40m was rebooted.
Wilcoxon 731A seismic accelerometers and Guralp CMG-40T-old seismometer at magnitude 5 and 4 erthquakes
Rana suggested using OSEM sensing voltages as guide lines to look seismic activity.
As you see todays drilling and tumping activity was nothing compared to the EQ of mag 5 and 4
Optic level servos are turned back on.
What Steve means is that there is some drilling going on in the CES shop to accomodate the new water flume group. We want to
make sure that the mirrors don't move enough to break the magnets. On the dataviewer we should look to make sure that the
sensor channels stay between 0-2 V. -Rana
Once again, this morning I found the wireless router disconnected from the LAN cable. No martian WiFi was available.
I wonder who is been doing that and for what reason.
I have increased the temperature setpoint in the office area by ~0.75 deg F. Figure attached. Also a few days ago I increased the setpoint of the AC in the control room. Looks like the Laser is able to handle the changes in office area temperature so far, but lets see how it fares over the weekend.