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s800_daq_tools [2017/07/17 17:55]
pereira [Troubleshooting]
s800_daq_tools [2017/07/17 18:03]
pereira [Old processes still running]
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       - Exit your Readout GUI        - Exit your Readout GUI 
       - On a Linux session, connect to the S800 spdaq by typing ''​ssh -Y s800@spdaqXX''​ (Contact the Device Physicist to get the spdaq number XX and S800 password)       - On a Linux session, connect to the S800 spdaq by typing ''​ssh -Y s800@spdaqXX''​ (Contact the Device Physicist to get the spdaq number XX and S800 password)
-      - Type ''​ps aux | grep Readout''​ to ensure that Readout is indeed not running+      - Type ''​ps aux | grep Readout''​ to ensure that Readout is indeed not running
       - Type ''/​usr/​opt/​nscldaq/​xxxx/​bin/​ringbuffer status'',​ where xxxx is the daq version, e.g. 11.0-020       - Type ''/​usr/​opt/​nscldaq/​xxxx/​bin/​ringbuffer status'',​ where xxxx is the daq version, e.g. 11.0-020
       - You will see a list of ringbuffers with information about their status (see figure below). Check that the producer value of each ringbuffer (see column ''​producer''​) is **-1**. (Don't worry about the ringbuffer **s800filter**,​ which is automatically killed when starting ReadoutGUI)       - You will see a list of ringbuffers with information about their status (see figure below). Check that the producer value of each ringbuffer (see column ''​producer''​) is **-1**. (Don't worry about the ringbuffer **s800filter**,​ which is automatically killed when starting ReadoutGUI)
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