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1#/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
2#
3# This file is compiled from two sections. One defines which transitions
4# are allowed to build a sequence (for example changing L1 Trigger
5# Tables between Calibration and Pedestal runs). The other section
6# defines a regular expression to define the allowed ordering
7# of the P-, C- and D-runs.
8#
9# The sections a introduced by [Transition] and [Regexp]. For further
10# details see below.
11#
12# If a section should be valid only for one telescope use:
13#   [Transition]         # Valid for all telescope numbers
14#   [Transition 5]       # Valid for telescope 5
15#   [Transition: 5]      # Valid for telescope 5
16#   [Transition: 5 6]    # Valid for telescopes 5 and 6
17#
18#
19# File-Id:
20#   A file is uniquely identified by run-number and file-number.
21#   If you give just a number it is identical to run-number with
22#   file-number 0. To give a dedicated file-number you can use:
23#     run.file
24#
25#/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
26
27##########################################################################
28#
29# Explanation [Transition]
30#
31# Rules to build blocks which will later be broken into sequences
32#
33# Syntax:
34#
35# [Transition]
36# rule1
37# rule2
38# rule3
39#
40#
41# Colums of rule:
42# 0 [1 2 3 4 [5 [6]]]
43#
44# 0: Table/Column to which the transition is applied
45# 1: Run type of previous run
46# 2: Run type of run to be accepted
47# 3: Key for previous run
48# 4: key for run to be accepted
49# 5: first file-id to apply this rule <default=0>
50# 6: last  file-id to apply this rule <default=max>
51#
52# Run Types:
53#  D  2
54#  P  3
55#  C  4
56#
57# The columns 1-4 can be expressed as regular expressions (ala TRegexp)
58# a ^ is prepended and a $ is appended automatically.
59#
60# A single "*" is an abbreviation for the regexp ".*" .
61#
62# As soon as any transition (column 0) is specified this transisiton
63# is checked not to change within a sequence.
64#
65# A "-" is an abbreviation for transitions "to be ignored". For example:
66#     [Transition]
67#     Test - 4 * 1200 1300
68# would mean:
69#     ignore all keys (*) of column test for all current files
70#     with run-type 4 if its file-id is between 1200.0 and 1300.0
71#     The (former) third column in this case is obsolete.
72#
73# Each Transition which appears at least once is checked.
74#
75
76[Transition: 1]
77
78# Ignore project name for calibration files between 20100 and 45100
79Project           - 4 *    20100 45100
80HvSettings        - 2 *    86094 86094
81TriggerDelayTable
82ObservationMode
83
84# Transition setup for L1/2-TriggerTable of very old data
85L1TriggerTable  3 2  1 [235]  26206 35478
86L1TriggerTable  2 3  [235] 1  26206 35478
87
88L1TriggerTable  - [^2] * 0 26830
89L2TriggerTable  - [^2] * 0 26830
90
91L1TriggerTable  2 4  3 1  26816 39429
92
93L2TriggerTable  3 2  7 2  36049 38012
94L2TriggerTable  2 3  2 7  36053 38011
95
96L2TriggerTable  4 3  9 7  20170 37382
97L2TriggerTable  3 4  7 9  22712 37935
98
99L2TriggerTable  3 2  7 5  26207 35455
100L2TriggerTable  2 3  5 7  26207 35477
101
102L2TriggerTable  4 2  9 2  36157 37938
103L2TriggerTable  4 3  5 7  26207 35477
104L2TriggerTable  3 2  7 5  35460 36478
105L2TriggerTable  2 4  5 9  27170 31869
106
107
108# The Discriminator Thresholds do not influence the pedestal- and
109# calibration-trigger and need therefore not to be checked for these runs.
110# This allows all kind of transitions from P/C to P/C and from C to D.
111DiscriminatorThresholdTable  [34]  [34]   *   *
112DiscriminatorThresholdTable    4     2    *   *
113
114# This defines which changes in the calibration script are allowed
115# P 177: CPedestals_500Hz
116# P 199: Pedestals_500Hz
117# C 180: 23Led_Blue
118# C 181: 10_Led_UV
119# C 182: 1Led_Green
120# C 183: 10Led_Blue
121# C 195: 1Led_Blue
122# C 207: 10Led_UV_PinDiode
123# D 179: 10Led_UV_50Hz
124# D 209: 10Led_UV_50Hz_PinDiode
125# D 238: 10Led_UV_50Hz_PinDiode.  <---  has an additional dot
126# D 188: 10Led_UV_train50Hz
127# D 200: 10Led_UV_train50Hz_PinDiode
128# D 210: 10Led_Blue_50Hz
129# D 245: 10Led_UV_50Hz_Ped
130
131# Current DEFAULT setup. This what is used to build the
132# sequences from the newest data
133CalibrationScript  2 3  209 199                      79266 200000
134CalibrationScript  3 4  199 207                      50640
135CalibrationScript  4 2  207 209                      91301
136CalibrationScript  4 3  207 199                      53875 200000
137CalibrationScript  4 2  207 245                     200000
138
139# Previous defaults. This are cases which are widely used
140# through our data and can thus be considered old defaults
141CalibrationScript  4 2  181 179                      46305 50600
142CalibrationScript  4 2  207 209                      50641 84570
143CalibrationScript  4 2  207 179                      50879 91252
144CalibrationScript  2 3  179 199                      46313 91423
145CalibrationScript  2 3  209 199                      50784 79256
146CalibrationScript  3 2  199 179                      46313 90220
147
148CalibrationScript  3 2  199 209                      50785 57781
149CalibrationScript  3 4  199 181                      45730 50805
150
151# This was used only in some rare cases (still to be checked!)
152# This are cases used through a big part of our data
153# but take place only in some single cases.
154CalibrationScript  4 3  181 199                      46405 50137
155CalibrationScript  3 4  199 181                      67116 68714
156CalibrationScript  2 4  179 207                      87824 87842
157
158# Single calibration runs inbetween data. Should be
159# excluded differently, because these blocks will not
160# give valid sequences anyhow
161CalibrationScript  2 4  179 207                      68731 68731
162CalibrationScript  2 4  179 207                      61374 61459
163CalibrationScript  2 4  179 207                      53901 53901
164CalibrationScript  2 4  179 207                      51153 51170
165CalibrationScript  2 4  188 181                      50084 50084
166CalibrationScript  2 4  209 207                      96951 96951
167
168# For some reasons here are two consecutive calibration
169# runs with two different colors (still to be checked!)
170CalibrationScript  4 4  181 183                      51173 51173
171
172# Special setup for more than one C-Run. Old data had several
173# calibration runs with different taken sequentually
174CalibrationScript  4 4  (181|195) (182|183|193|195)  44834 45579
175
176# This was a typo 238 is basically the same as 209
177CalibrationScript  4 2  207 238                      78696 78696
178
179# This is for runs with special calibration scripts (177,188,200,210)
180CalibrationScript  2 3  (179|188|200) (177|199)      44831 46223
181CalibrationScript  3 2  (177|199) (179|188|200)      44831 46223
182CalibrationScript  4 2  (181|182|195) (188|200)      44831 46223
183CalibrationScript  3 4  177 (181|195)                44831 45718
184CalibrationScript  4 3  181 177                      44831 45717
185CalibrationScript  4 2  181 188                      50083 50273
186CalibrationScript  3 2  199 188                      50083 50273
187CalibrationScript  2 3  188 199                      50083 50273
188CalibrationScript  4 2  207 210                      50687 50746
189CalibrationScript  2 3  210 199                      50687 50746
190CalibrationScript  3 2  199 210                      50687 50746
191
192# Special rules for calibration script 183
193CalibrationScript  2 4  209 183                      50642 50642
194CalibrationScript  4 3  183 199                      51193 51193
195CalibrationScript  2 4  179 183                      51192 51192
196CalibrationScript  4 2  183 179                      51174 51174
197
198#########################################################################
199#
200# Explanation [Regexp]
201#
202# To build sequences a string with the run-types is evaluated.
203# A capital case D or P means: The nearest C-Run is the last C-Run
204# A lower case   d or p means: The nearest C-Run is the next C-Run
205#
206# The first expression is evaluated first. The last one last.
207# If one regexp matches the others are not evaluated anymore and
208# the sequence is build from the match.
209#
210# For details on regular expressions check
211#     http://perldoc.perl.org/perlre.html
212#
213# The syntax is
214#   [Regexp]
215#   regexp [firstrun [lastrun]]
216#
217[Regexp: 1]
218
219# Allow almost everything but require at least one run of each run-type
220[dp]*C+[PD]*(PD|DP)[DP]*                  0 32734
221[dp]*dp*C+[PD]*P[DP]*                     0 32734
222[dp]*p[dp]*C+P*D[PD]*                     0 32734
223[dp]*(dp|pd)[dp]*C+[PD]*                  0 32734
224
225# This is the "allow as much as possible" solution
226[dp]*(pC+|C+P)[PD]*D                  32735 45624
227d[dp]*(pC+|C+P)[PD]*                  32735 45624
228
229# Allow intermediate calibration and pedestal runs:
230# Since now we have  interleaved calibration events.
231[dD]*[pP]C+((([pP]|C)+[dD])|[dD])+    45625  46477
232
233# Allow intermediate pedestal runs
234#[dD]*[pP]C+(([pP]+[dD])|[dD])+       46478 53943
235[dD]*[pP]C+[pPdD]*[dD]                46478 53943
236[dD]*[pP]C+[pPdD]*[dD]                56567 57786
237[dD]*[pP]C+[pPdD]*[dD]                60145 60396
238
239# Use the minimum solution for newest date
240# Do not allow intermediate non-data runs
241[dD]*[pP]C+[dD]+                      53944
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