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Re: Re-running a given simulations set [message #2297 is a reply to message #2296] Mon, 03 February 2014 06:25 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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protopop wrote on Mon, 03 February 2014 06:09

1) How can I find the corresponding generated (.stdhep) events ?
2) Where could I get the correct Mokka settings for this set ?
3) Is the particle.tbl file needed

1) use "ancestor" in the dirac filecatolog on the file, it will tell you were it comes from
FC:/ilc/prod/clic/350gev/hzee/ILD/DST/00001338/000>ancestor hzee_dst_1338_1.slcio -1
1       /ilc/prod/clic/350gev/hzee/ILD/SIM/00001337/000/hzee_sim_1337_126-1-500.slcio
2            /ilc/prod/clic/350gev/hzee/ILD/SIM/00001336/000/hzee_sim_1336_77.slcio
3                 /ilc/prod/clic/350gev/hzee/gen/00001335/000/hzee_gen_1335_73.stdhep

the 00001338 or similar is the production ID, the production ID is different for any production. A production (also known as transformation in the dirac speak) is a transformation of an input file into an output file.
So the first production is the generation of the input files (prodID 1335), then the simulation of the generator file (production 1336). and so on

Or use dirac-ilc-get-info -p 1338
which tells you the input files are from Prod 1337 and go down the chain.

2) If you run anajob on the slcio file, it will contain the mokka steering file at the top of the output.

3) If there are no B-mesons/baryons decays in the generator file it is probably not needed.
But it is probably better to provide it.
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