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Hi Nathan,

Yes, I am not interested in the DAQ time, but instead the real time of 
the reconstruction.
Below is an example from tpass1 output, which was cooked in this summer,
as you can see time stamp of the reconstructions is there
2017-05-27 04:37:56 [INFO] org.lcsim.job.EventMarkerDriver process :: 
Event 33859729 with sequence 60000
2017-05-27 04:39:46 [INFO] org.lcsim.job.EventMarkerDriver process :: 
Event 33860729 with sequence 61000
2017-05-27 04:41:36 [INFO] org.lcsim.job.EventMarkerDriver process :: 
Event 33861729 with sequence 62000
2017-05-27 04:43:26 [INFO] org.lcsim.job.EventMarkerDriver process :: 
Event 33862729 with sequence 63000

This information is not shown in the current version of HPS-Java
[INFO] [org.lcsim.job.EventPrintLoopAdapter] event: 58159966; time: 
1431423889635821712; seq: 90000
[INFO] [org.lcsim.job.EventPrintLoopAdapter] event: 58164966; time: 
1431423889958368900; seq: 95000
[INFO] [org.lcsim.job.EventPrintLoopAdapter] event: 58169966; time: 
1431423890293115204; seq: 100000
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Rafo


On 11/17/2017 08:04 AM, Nathan Baltzell wrote:
> Hi Rafo,
>
> That is the real time of the event, as recorded by daq.  Is that really the time you’re interested in?
>
> -Nathan
>
>
>> On Nov 17, 2017, at 07:52, Rafayel Paremuzyan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> new tpass7d is processed, which included
>> most of the fixes, except the "Large dphi"
>>
>> No "Singular Matrix" exception is observed in this pass.
>>
>> Instead One new exception types are observed
>> "BorderedBandMatrix decomposeBand not positive definite", however only for 1 file
>>
>> Also for some reason sever cached evio files had file size 0, and consequently no reconstruction started on these files.
>> I did a ccpr on this.
>>
>> Details are summarized in the confluence page:
>> https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__confluence.slac.stanford.edu_display_hpsg_tpass7d&d=DwIFaQ&c=lz9TcOasaINaaC3U7FbMev2lsutwpI4--09aP8Lu18s&r=0HDJrGO9TZQTE97J9Abt2A&m=16i7OeIMpR8rE0Zurx1M1aL_7v0cEO4I1G_klik0NTY&s=vDv4SatmxFezjvNftj-Yj33ziVLvBZbrORunHDQgzXo&e=
>>
>> ONE thing that will be highly desirable for future debugging, is to printout
>> time information in a Human readable format, currently
>> it prints 19 digit time like this below. Is anyone know how this can be done?
>> [INFO] [org.lcsim.job.EventPrintLoopAdapter] event: 30404597; time: 1431855691769105244; seq: 60000
>> [INFO] [org.lcsim.job.EventPrintLoopAdapter] event: 30409598; time: 1431855692068122040; seq: 65000
>> [INFO] [org.lcsim.job.EventPrintLoopAdapter] event: 30414597; time: 1431855692360307740; seq: 70000
>>
>> Rafo
>>
>>
>> On 11/14/2017 08:42 AM, Rafayel Paremuzyan wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>>
>>> while the checklist is not fully complete yet,
>>> a test pass 7a called tpass7a is cooked.
>>> you can find relevant information in the confluence page
>>> https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__confluence.slac.stanford.edu_display_hpsg_tpass7a&d=DwIFaQ&c=lz9TcOasaINaaC3U7FbMev2lsutwpI4--09aP8Lu18s&r=0HDJrGO9TZQTE97J9Abt2A&m=16i7OeIMpR8rE0Zurx1M1aL_7v0cEO4I1G_klik0NTY&s=0lhgTUaIFtNpQ-mTRLhUV0Z1syEa2IJxhTb2J11801E&e=
>>>
>>> NOTE: this not a final test pass before the pass7, there will be another test pass
>>> when the checklist is complete.
>>> This pass is reconstructed, because approvals of some items in the checklist require data with the newest geometry.
>>>
>>> Rafo
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