Resumed testing on other datasets. Have added 3 datasets running automatically in ESO's Jenkins. We are having trouble catching failures from the pipeline. It exits with status 0, which Jenkins catches as a success. For example, the failure inside tclean due to the VI/VB2 minMax() isn't rethrown and is never caught later no matter how we try.
Have made experiments with cpu pinning (to use only one socket); the gain is very small in some cases. Need to experiment further....
Tried to verify the fix for CAS-9604: PyParallelCubeSynthesisImager instance has no attribute 'pbcorImages', but the pipeline needs to be modified first as now the node files end up in another directory.
EVLA Pipeline parallel testing
Long_runs dataset: it stopped inside stage 6 (applycal). I think it run out of memory on casa-dev-09. This machine has only 8Gb RAM. Will verify it in lustre nodes.
CASA 5.0 testing
tclean frequency selection VI/VB2 bug fixed, pipeline adding support for new tclean HPC fle handling
mixed success with gaincal / bandpass / gencal VI/VB2 testing
bandpass does not accept solint in frequency units, should be fixed but
segfault from gaincal in 5.0.0-155 tarball
Progress on image refactor for VLASS imaging support
Progress on first VLA reprocessing use case, ASDM -> MS with optional flagging, data selection, and smoothing
More Plone documentation revision and follow-up.
Setup casa-dev-09 and 10 to run the CASA trunk in Socorro. Where is the CASA DATA repository located?
Worked on EVLA ASDM->MS reprocessing use case
Followup on imaging issues
CASA 5.0 testing
Fix CAS-9864. mstransform fails if there is channel averaging and spw combination. Fixed but the whole mstransform guessing of compatible inputs is messy and error prone. Most of it should be gone when moving the whole mstransform to TVIs.
Create jobs in ESO Jenkins to test off git rather than svn.
Created report for the comparison of uvcontsub/uvcontsub3/msttransform (CAS-5174). Reviewing it carefully with Justo. Bottom line: the differences reported by Jennifer are expected.