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TrigMC software release coordination: PTD's logbook - from May 2018

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Notes

Remember to check the nightly built after any MRs approved the day before. The Shift Guide points to three different locations with information on the nightlies:

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  1. ART nightlies on Panda;
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  1. ART (ATLAS Release Testing) nightlies on Panda;
 
  1. The standard nightlies page (NICOS): see rel 21.0-TrigMC, under GIT group (not ATN group); rel 20.7 nightlies are also available from this page.
  2. The new ART page (still under development) here.
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The information in the three sources above is on the same nightlies (21.0-TrigMC GIT group). There is also a separate set of "ATN" nightlies (available only through 2. above; not sure what these are for, we do not use them). Most of the time, I use 3 above; some of the time use 2 as well. Option 1. is more focused on the result of the builds rather than the tests themselves. Information is available for many past builds (many more than just the last 7 days, apparently).
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The information in the three sources above is on the same nightlies (21.0-TrigMC GIT group). The 21.0-TrigMC GIT nightly build normally starts around 21.30 (CERN time). The repositories for these builds are kept on GIT and are automatically tagged by GIT as a release (eg nightly/21.0-TrigMC/2018-09-19T2139). Information on the build (but not on ATN test) can be found on the NICOS, under "GIT group". There is also a separate set of "ATN" nightlies (available only through 2. above: NICOS, under "ATN group"), where the "old"/standard ATN tests are run and reported on. Most of the time, I use 3 above; some of the time use 2 as well. Option 1. is more focused on the result of the builds rather than the tests themselves. Information is available for many past builds (many more than just the last 7 days, apparently).

At the moment (Oct 2018) the ART page (3 above) is not working well. Therefore stick to the following procedure for checking the nightly:

  1. Check if it built OK, on NICOS, "GIT group";
  2. Check the ATN test results on NICOS, "ATN group", comparing with the previous available nightlies;
  3. If the test results are worse (or significantly better) than previously, investigate further.
  To see a list of the currently active TrigMC MRs in Gitlab, click on the 21.0-TrigMC label, or use this URL.
 
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