1 Compiling and running SixTrack to generate collgaps files.

  • useful presentation:
  • apparently possible to build on mac, but I couldn't get it to work (after one try, in fairness). lxplus is a safer bet.
  • build manual is useful and found in the git repo @ Doc/building_sixtrack (if below instructions go out of date then refer to manual…)
    • compile it with make (requires latex).
  • Example SixTrack input directory:
    • CollDB_RunII.data
    • CollPositionsRunII.b1.dat
    • MADX/
    • SurveyWithCrossing_XP_lowb.dat
    • allapert.b1
    • fort.2
    • fort.3
git clone https://github.com/SixTrack/SixTrack.git
source /afs/cern.ch/sw/lcg/external/gcc/4.9/x86_64-slc6-gcc49-opt/setup.sh
source /afs/cern.ch/sw/fortran/nag/usenag.bash 6.0
cd SixTrack/SixTrack
./cmake_six COLLIMAT -CRLIBM
cd ~/to/my/sixtrack/input/directory/
# You can interrupt once it starts tracking.
# You should now have a collgaps.dat in your pwd.

NOTE: Interrupting SixTrack will lead it to print out an incomplete collgaps file! To get it to finish quickly, edit the second line below the COLLIMATION heading in fort.3. The first number is the number of bunches of 64 particles to track. Change it to 1, and it will finish quickly, and you'll have the complete set of collimator information:



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