Difference: RunningAnalysis (5 vs. 6)

Revision 62008-03-04 - GustaafBrooijmans

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META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

Basic analysis setup at Nevis

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#---------------------------------------------------------------------
set CMTSITE STANDALONE
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set SITEROOT /a/data/kolya/athena/12.0.6 macro ATLAS_DIST_AREA /a/data/kolya/athena/12.0.6 macro ATLAS_TEST_AREA ${HOME}/hdisk2/126
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set SITEROOT /a/data/kolya/athena/13.0.40 macro ATLAS_DIST_AREA /a/data/kolya/athena/13.0.40 macro ATLAS_TEST_AREA ${HOME}/hdisk2/
 apply_tag projectArea macro SITE_PROJECT_AREA ${SITEROOT} macro EXTERNAL_PROJECT_AREA ${SITEROOT}
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 #---------------------------------------------------------------------
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Note that my work area is $HOME/hdisk2/126. You need to pick a place you can write to. You need to mkdir /12.0.6.
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Note that my work area is $HOME/hdisk2/. You need to pick a place you can write to. You need to mkdir workarea/13.0.40.
  The first time you'll need to
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source /a/data/kolya/athena/13.0.20/CMT/v1r20p20070524/mgr/setup.sh
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source /a/data/kolya/athena/13.0.40/CMT/v1r20p20070720/mgr/setup.sh
 cmt config
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Other times it'll be sufficient to source the script below
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Other times it'll be sufficient to source the script below
 
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Now create the following script (or copy ~gusbroo/atlas-scripts/1206first-works.sh)
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Now create the following script (or copy ~gusbroo/atlas-scripts/13040.sh)
 
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#!/bin/zsh
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  # Where is the kit? And what release?
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export AtlasRelease=12.0.6
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export AtlasRelease=13.0.40
 export KitLocation=/a/data/kolya/athena export DistributionKit=${KitLocation}/${AtlasRelease}

# PLEASE choose YOUR WorkArea (or TestArea) instead of the following: #-------------------------------------------------------------------

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export WorkArea=${HOME}/hdisk2/126
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export WorkArea=${HOME}/hdisk2/
 echo WorkArea: ${WorkArea} export CMTPATH=${WorkArea}/${AtlasRelease}:${CMTPATH}

cd ~/cmthome

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source ${DistributionKit}/CMT/v1r19/mgr/setup.sh
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source ${DistributionKit}/CMT/v1r20p20070720/mgr/setup.sh
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source ~/cmthome/setup.sh -tag=12.0.6
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source ~/cmthome/setup.sh -tag=13.0.40
 echo CMTPATH_1: ${CMTPATH} echo CMTCONFIG: ${CMTCONFIG} echo CMTROOT: $CMTROOT # For SLC4 compilation of Athena, need the older compiler... but NOT # the older compiler libraries!
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export PATH=/usr/nevis/gcc-3.4.6/bin:${PATH}
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export PATH=/usr/nevis/gcc-3.2.3/bin:${PATH}
  cd ${WorkArea}/${AtlasRelease} #---------------------------------------------------------------------
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  Use your (CERN) account. I'm not giving you my password.
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You can now cmt co -r AnalysisExamples-00-14-21-02 PhysicsAnalysis/AnalysisCommon/AnalysisExamples
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You can now cmt co -r AnalysisExamples-00-14-21-02 PhysicsAnalysis/AnalysisCommon/AnalysisExamples
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 gmake
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If all of this works, you're in good shape. If it doesn't, you may have changed something you shouldn't have, or there's some other problem. Don't come to me before you've tried at least 5 different things to fix it.

The actual place to write new code is in UserAnalysis. Do a cmt show versions  PhysicsAnalysis/AnalysisCommon/UserAnalysis to see which version is used, check it out and build it.

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If all of this works, you're in good shape. If it doesn't, you may have changed something you shouldn't have, or there's some other problem. Don't come to me before you've tried at least 5 different things to fix it.
 
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-- GustaafBrooijmans - 19 Jul 2007
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The actual place to write new code is in UserAnalysis. Do a cmt show versions PhysicsAnalysis/AnalysisCommon/UserAnalysis to see which version is used, check it out and build it.
 
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-- GustaafBrooijmans - 4 Mar 2008
 
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