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On Trigger Shift

I’m currently in the CMS control room doing Trigger shift.  The ‘Trigger’ is what selects interesting events to record.  Unfortunately, there is nothing interesting being recorded at the moment because, as you can see on the LHC status page, currently access is required to work on the “Quench Protection System” in a specific sector.

So, I’ll keep watching the trigger recording cosmic ray muons, making sure things stay looking ok.

In the meantime I can keep working on a paper we’d like to have a draft of by Monday.

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One Response to “On Trigger Shift”

  1. Harbles says:

    Dude! Tell me what you can about the cmstv Daq status page! There are 11 pages on there with a whole lot of info on each page. Perhaps an eleven part series on “The Layman’s Guide to CMS Data Acquisition displays”?
    I can dream can’t I? …

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