Hi Ric,

we do have a reduced version and it is likely that this version
will be enough to address comments, if at all necessary. However,
on the other hand, we had to rerun several times over the
"big ntuples" because there where some missing pieces in the reduced
version. In other words, since I don't know the questions of the referees,
I can not say for sure to whether or not the reduced version will be

If possible, I would prefer to keep all options open until the paper is


On Wed, 14 Apr 2004, Riccardo Faccini wrote:

> Hi Oliver,
> under which circumstances will you need to go back to the TB of ntuples?
> Do you have a reduced version that is used for the vast majority of
> tests as we do?
> If so, our proposal is to store the hbook files on tape so that if you
> really have to go back you can (but this is viable only if it is unlikely
> for you to go back to the TB of ntuples)
> 	ciao
> 	ric
> On Wed, 14 Apr 2004, Oliver Buchmueller wrote:
> >
> > Dear All,
> >
> > as I have already stated to Urs and Henning on the phone
> > the proposed plan of having an "interim" production
> > for the Breco based analysis until CM2 is fully operational
> > is certainly a very good idea and at least insures that Ed and
> > Clare will have the full data statistic available for their PhDs.
> > Beyond this, also other analyses might benefit from this production.
> >
> > However, as far as the disk space is concerned, I can NOT second the
> > proposal to delete the hbook files. These ntuples represent the basis
> > for the hadron moment analysis that we have recently submit to
> > PRD. Until the paper is not accepted for publication we need the
> > ntuples to possibly address questions and concerns from the PRD
> > referees. After the publication of the paper the hbook files can be
> > ziped and stored on tape or on disks in RHUL.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Oliver
> >
> >