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= Info =
= Info =
meic_det_softwarejlab.org [https://mailman.jlab.org/mailman/listinfo/meic_det_software registration and archive]
Pawel Nadel-Turonski@jlab.org to group to access
= quick start =
= quick start =
Revision as of 19:21, 16 September 2015
Here is the information hub for the EIC software related to detectors.
The software is based on GEMC framework for detector simulation, JANA framework for event reconstruction. The physics event generation is independent.
The instruction for installation and how to use do event generation, simulation and reconstruction are listed below.
Disk space for the EIC group:
- 2TB on the work disk (/work/eic).
- 10TB on the volatile disk (/volatile/eic); corresponding to 5% of the available disk space.
- 10TB on the silo ( /mss/eic).
- 24GB for our group area (/group/eic)
- We have a run group for the farm; you should be able to submit jobs as user eic.
- Our fair share allocation on the farm is 10%.
This is a step by step guide to setup things to run the software including simulation, reconstruction etc.
All env variables required are setup by source file "set_eic"
make sure you meet the requirement here
The example below demonstrates how to setup in various cases.
(demonstration) on ifarm with official installation of framework and EIC repository
The fastest way to see what the simulation look like. You don't need to install any thing, but you can't modify anything either.
login into ifarm65.jlab.org with your jlab account (if you can't, ask jlab computer center email@example.com to make sure your account is allowed on ifarm machines) source /home/zwzhao/eic/eic_svn/eic/set_eic follow "compile and run" to run simulation (skip compiling)
(recommended) on ifarm with official installation of framework and your EIC repository
You don't need to install the framework, you can modify simulation configuration. This is the best way to run simulation on ifarm and farm nodes. This is recommend way to compare result and produce results.
login into ifarm65.jlab.org with your jlab account (if you can't, ask jlab computer center firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure your account is allowed on ifarm machines) cd your_choice_of_eic_repo_path svn co https://jlabsvn.jlab.org/svnroot/eic cd eic edit file set_eic by following the instruction within, you only need to change EIC_GEMC source set_eic follow "compile and run" to compile and run simulation (skip compiling)
(expert) on any machine with your installation of framework and your EIC repository
This gives you maximum freedom to use any version of framework and ability to work on your local machine, And allow you to modify anything. This is the way to run on your local machine.
install the framework by following installation instruction cd your_choice_of_eic_repo_path svn co https://jlabsvn.jlab.org/svnroot/eic cd eic edit file set_eic by following the instruction within source set_eic follow "compile and run" to compile and run simulation
Physics event generation is a collection of independent software packages.
Detector simulation is based on Geant4 based simulation framework GEMC http://gemc.jlab.org
Event reconstruction is based on framework JANA https://www.jlab.org/JANA
We have a unified framework of installing GEMC, JANA and all their dependances
EIC repository https://jlabsvn.jlab.org/svnroot/eic is for all EIC software
You need both the framework and EIC repository to use the software
installation of framework
The framework use environmental variable JLAB_VERSION to control version, so "setenv JLAB_VERSION 1.2" to set current version
The framework was tested on many platform, but for EIC use, it's only fully tested on Redhat flavoured linux like CentOS, RHEL, SL, Fedora so far
Detailed instruction is here installation of framework
installation of EIC repository
It's the central repository, everyone has read right, only jlab account within "eic" group can write to it
checkout by "svn co https://jlabsvn.jlab.org/svnroot/eic"
access its WebSVN interface at https://jlabsvn.jlab.org/eic
two ways to get auto notification about any change to SVN use a graphic SVN client, for example "kdesvn" use RSS feed on the Websvn interface
- directory structure
- "evgen", some event generators, (the others are in other repositories, see event generation section for details)
- "eic_gemc", GEMC related files for EIC simulation
- "eic_jana", eic event reconstruction code based on JANA
- "study", files used for various studies
- "subsystem", files used for various subsytems
A personal copy of EIC repository at /home/zwzhao/eic/eic_svn/eic/ on ifarm
You should download your own copy on ifarm or you local machine so you can tweak the code
JLab MEIC uses the coordinate system below as "lab frame" for event generator output, detector arrangement and reconstruction
beam interaction point is at the origin. both beams are in the horizontal plane in the experimental hall which is xz plane in the frame. electron beam along -z axis, ion beam 50mrad away from +z axis with -x component for MEIC IP1 where the full acceptance detector is and +x component for MEIC IP2 where the high luminosity detector is y axis is vertical and +y pointing up relative to the ground x axis is horizontal and +x pointing right relative to the electron beam for example, 5GeV electron has momentum (0,0,-5) and 100GeV proton has momentum (100*sin(-50e-3),0,100*cos(-50e-3)) for MEIC IP1 5GeV electron has momentum (0,0,-5) and 100GeV proton has momentum (100*sin(50e-3),0,100*cos(50e-3)) for MEIC IP2
Studies using the software tools are located here at the internal wiki requiring JLab account for access