rsync -av --progress r54* email@example.com:/data/IAC/2NCorr/Nov10_2016/.
daq1.iac.isu.edu 126.96.36.199, HWaddr 00:30:48:7A:94:68
188.8.131.52 daq2.physics.isu.edu daq2 HWaddr 00:30:48:7A:94:68
184.108.40.206 rocdaq1.physics.isu.edu rocdaq1 HWaddr 00:20:38:04:6D:32
daq4 MAC address: 00:13:20:D4:02:C0
daq5 MAC address: 00:11:0a:e9:36:c3
rocdaq1.physics.isu.edu IP address: 220.127.116.11
rocdaq2.physics.isu.edu IP address: ; HWaddr 00:20:38:04:6D:1C
LDS1 18.104.22.168 : A Dell desktop that used to be cairo
LDS2 22.214.171.124 : The Intel Icore 5 desktop that was used in the clean room,HWaddr e0:69:95:87:d2:08
LDS3 126.96.36.199: rack server with 4 CPUs, Poweredge 2950, HWaddr 00:1e:c9:4f:7c:1a
tachyon 188.8.131.52: Eddie's computer for neutrino work
The data acquisition available at the Laboratory for Detector Science is modeled after the CEBAF (Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility) Online Data Acquisition (CODA) system. The system involves a single board computer (Readout Controller) controlling a VME backplane which transfers digitized data from the VME backplane to a Host Computer. The Readout Controller (ROC) runs the VxWorks operating system and the host computer runs the CentOS ( free Red Hat) operating system. Libraries to control the VME modules are cross-compiled on the Host computer and then downloaded to the ROC. The suite of software packages which comprise CODA are used to manage the transfer of data from the ROC to the host computer.
Host Computer Configuration
Readout Controller Configuration
SIS3600 Trigger Supervisor