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Message 28360 - Posted: 6 Jan 2017, 14:14:43 UTC

I have a question: Now that the vLHC project has kind of migrated to the classic LHC@home website: Where do I find the MC PLOTS stats for all the CMS, Theory, etc. tasks of the former vLHC system which I have now computed on the LHC@home system?

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Message 28362 - Posted: 6 Jan 2017, 22:03:02 UTC - in response to Message 28360.  

I have a question: Now that the vLHC project has kind of migrated to the classic LHC@home website: Where do I find the MC PLOTS stats for all the CMS, Theory, etc. tasks of the former vLHC system which I have now computed on the LHC@home system?

Michael.

MCplots stats only credits Theory runs, not any other apps. But for any Theory work it should increment whichever site you run the app from.

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Message 28363 - Posted: 6 Jan 2017, 22:14:48 UTC - in response to Message 28360.  
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I can't find any links from the Classic LHC pages, but at the moment you could try

http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/production.php?view=user&userid=Unknown#<hostid>

for Theory results.
Since there are many "unknown" hosts, it's a bit slow but be patient.
You'll have to get each host separately, but it's better than nothing.
Doutbtless as the "consolidation" progresses this will be sorted out.
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Message 28420 - Posted: 10 Jan 2017, 14:00:56 UTC

Thanks, Ben. ;-)

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Message 28970 - Posted: 25 Feb 2017, 10:09:20 UTC

The team has added the servers from LHC@home, vLHC and vLHCdev to the MCPLOTs Contributions. Thanks to the team!

Link to the overview of MC Production Contributions: http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/production.php?view=contrib

There you can select from the source server e.g. the active hosts (returned at least 1 job last month) ordered by used-ID with the hosts belonging to that user.

Remark: On each project you have a different User-ID.
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Message 28971 - Posted: 25 Feb 2017, 20:02:46 UTC - in response to Message 28360.  
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I would like to see personal MCPLOTS stats for LHC.

Are the team going to link our vLHC MCPLOTS to LHC MCPLOTS when (if?) they introduce them.

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Message 28972 - Posted: 25 Feb 2017, 20:35:47 UTC - in response to Message 28970.  
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Thanks to all involved.

If you want to make bookmarks (or whatever they're called on your browser)
to your plots for each project, use this:-

http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/production.php?view=user&system=<system>&userid=<user>

where <system> is:-

1 for vLHC (the old one)
2 for vLHC dev
3 for LHCat home, (the new one)

and <user> is your user id for that project.

Thanks again.
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Message 28973 - Posted: 26 Feb 2017, 10:06:27 UTC - in response to Message 28972.  

If you want to make bookmarks (or whatever they're called on your browser)
to your plots for each project, use this:-

... or one could create a htm-file with the corresponding server-id's, user-id's and your host id's.

Example of some of my hosts:
<html>
<head><title>My MC Production</title>
</head>
 <body>
  <td width="95%"><font face="Arial" size="2"><b><a>My LHCathome-dev host</a></b></font></td><br>
  <a href="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-2-38-37.txt"><img title="Show history of host ID 37" hspace="1" border="1" align="top" src="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-2-38-37.png"/></a><br><br>
  <td width="95%"><font face="Arial" size="2"><b><a>My LHC hosts</a></b></font></td><br>

  <a href="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-3-180436-10360630.txt"><img title="Show history of host ID 10360630" hspace="1" border="1" align="top" src="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-3-180436-10360630.png"/></a><br>
  <a href="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-3-180436-10416365.txt"><img title="Show history of host ID 10416365" hspace="1" border="1" align="top" src="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-3-180436-10416365.png"/></a><br><br>
  <td width="95%"><font face="Arial" size="2"><b><a>My vLHC hosts</a></b></font></td><br>

  <a href="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-1-1784-26727.txt"><img title="Show history of host ID 26727" hspace="1" border="1" align="top" src="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-1-1784-26727.png"/></a><br>
  <a href="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-1-1784-29799.txt"><img title="Show history of host ID 29799" hspace="1" border="1" align="top" src="http://mcplots-dev.cern.ch/cache/stats/host-1-1784-29799.png"/></a><br>
 </body>
</html>

Copy/paste the code and save it to e.g. your desktop to a file called e.g. MyMCProduction.htm.
You'll see the pictures of the active hosts and 2 placeholders for the inactive vLHC-hosts.
When hoovering over a picture you see the Host-ID and when clicking on a picture you get the all-time history of that host.

When you want it for your hosts, change the id's.
Example 3-180436-10360630 means
3 = LHC; 180436 = my userid on LHC and 10360630 is one of my hostid's on LHC.
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Message 28974 - Posted: 26 Feb 2017, 22:53:48 UTC

So, the number of MC events pre and post migration will not be merged ?
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Message 29185 - Posted: 11 Mar 2017, 10:05:21 UTC

It had been a little tricky to get my old vLHC userid, that I thankfully found by Google cached webpages.

I'm wondering the same thing of Daedalus.
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