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18-9-2002CSN1-Catania L.Perini1 Calcolo e software di Atlas ultime rilevanti novità Eseguito felicemente DC1-fase1 distribuito Deciso impegno in Grid per.

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1 CSN1-Catania L.Perini1 Calcolo e software di Atlas ultime rilevanti novità Eseguito felicemente DC1-fase1 distribuito Deciso impegno in Grid per fase 2 EDG ora concentrato su Atlas, primi buoni risultati

2 CSN1-Catania L.Perini2 Disclaimer Non faccio ora overview complessiva per Atlas Recenti sviluppi molto positivi, racconto quelli, e ruolo INFN in essi Recente Atlas EB (6-sett) con discussione calcolo, recente conf. EDG a Budapest (1-5 sett), recente meeting Atlas-EDG task force –Le slides che presento largamente riciclate da queste occasioni, con opportune “cuciture” e aggiunte INFN

3 CSN1-Catania L.Perini3 DC1 preparation: datasets Datasets –Few set of data samples: full listfull list “validation” : Run Atrecon and look at standard plots –“old” known data sets; new ones; single particles High statistics Medium statistics –Priorities defined –Data sets allocated to the participating centresallocated Documentation –Web pages

4 CSN1-Catania L.Perini4 DC1-1 e parte INFN DC1-1 praticamente fatto: –CPUs Roma1 46, CNAF 40, Milano 20, Napoli 16, LNF dei dijets > 17 GeV suddivisi fra tutti ( fattore filtro=9): Fatto – Roma1, 2 Napoli, 10 fra CNAF e Milano (~7 e 3) single muons Roma1 Fatto dijets > 130 GeV (filtro= 42%) ~Fatto –Approx. 40% Milano e 60% CNAF Inoltre LNF 25K ev. Muon Phys e Napoli 5K Bulk del lavoro fra ultima set. Luglio e 10 Settembre! INFN circa 1.5 TB output su 22.9 totali (in linea con CPU: 5700/88000 SI95) 6.5%: ma INFN=10% ATLAS. –Tot.Atlas ~2M ore (CPU 500MH), INFN 130K con 130 CPU –Bisogna equilibrare per il 2003!

5 CSN1-Catania L.Perini5 Armin NAIRZ ATLAS Software Workshop, RHUL, September 16-20, Validation samples (740k events)  single particles (e, , ,  ), jet scans, Higgs events  see Jean-Francois Laporte’s talk Single-particle production (30 million events)  single  (low p T ; p T =1000 GeV with 2.8<  <3.2)  single  (p T =3, …, 100 GeV)  single e and  different energies (E=5, 10, …, 200, 1000 GeV) fixed  points;  scans (|  |<2.5);  crack scans (1.3<  <1.8) standard beam spread (  z =5.6 cm); fixed vertex z-components (z=0, 4, 10 cm) Minimum-bias production (1 million events)  different  regions (|  |<3, 5, 5.5, 7) Data Samples I

6 CSN1-Catania L.Perini6 Armin NAIRZ ATLAS Software Workshop, RHUL, September 16-20, QCD di-jet production (5.2 million events)  different cuts on E T (hard scattering) during generation large production of E T >11, 17, 25, 55 GeV samples, applying particle-level filters large production of E T >17, 35 GeV samples, without filtering, full simulation within |  |<5 smaller production of E T >70, 140, 280, 560 GeV samples Physics events requested by various HLT groups (e/ , Level-1, jet/E T miss, B-physics, b-jet,  ; 4.4 million events)  large samples for the b-jet trigger simulated with default (3 pixel layers) and staged (2 pixel layers) layouts  B-physics (PL) events taken from old TDR tapes Data Samples II

7 CSN1-Catania L.Perini7 Data produced SampleTypeEventsCPU NCU days Storage ValidationSingle0.7 M75853 GB Physics44 K16357 GB High StatisticsSingle27 M GB Physics6.2 M TB Medium StatisticsSingle2.7 M GB Physics4.4 M TB TotalSingle30.4 M GB Physics10.5 M TB Grand Total As of ~30 August1ncu ~ 1 PIII 500 MHz

8 CSN1-Catania L.Perini8 Participatio n to DC1/Phase 1 CountryCityMaximum number of machines SI95 AustraliaMelbourne AustriaInnsbruck2185 CanadaAlberta, CERN CERN Czech RepublicPrague DenmarkCopenhagen FranceLyon GermanyKarlsruhe IsraelWeizmann ItalyBologna Milano, Napoli, Roma JapanTokyo NormayBergen RussiaDubna, Moscow, Protvino SpainValencia TaiwanTaipei UKBirmingham, Cambridge, Glasgow, Lancaster, Liverpool RAL USAArlington, Oklahoma BNL LBNL Total (potential)

9 CSN1-Catania L.Perini9 Uso della Farm di Atlas a Roma1(A. De Salvo): segue CNAF e Mi in % delle 40 e 20 CPU’s rispettive (G.Negri) Numero di hosts e di processori in linea nella farm in funzione del tempo. In totale le CPU in linea nella farm sono state 52 a partire dall'inizio di luglio. I due server principali di disco e il server di monitoring, per un totale di 6 CPUs, non vengono usati dal sistema di code. Numero di processori disponibili (slots, in verde) e di processori utilizzati (in blu) attraverso il sistema di code batch della farm in funzione del tempo.

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12 CSN1-Catania L.Perini12 ATLAS DC1 Phase 1 : July-August 2002 Samples done (< 3% job failures) –50*10 6 events generated –10*10 6 events, after filtering, simulated with GEANT3 –31*10 6 single particles simulated Ora a metà settembre DC1-1 concluso, avendo prodotto tutti gli high priority, e la gran parte die medium priority samples. Alcuni medium e parte die low continuano in modo asincrono in specifici siti Gran parte del lavoro fatto in ultima settimana luglio, agosto, primi giorni di settembre: circa 40 giorni per un totale di 110kSpI95*mese Nordugrid usata fra Berger, Copenhagen, Stoccolma; US Grid tools fra LBNL, Oklaoma, Arlington, per 200k Ev e 30k ore CPU su 3 settimane con storage locale e a BNL HPSS Goals : Produce the data needed for the HLT TDR Get as many ATLAS institutes involved as possible

13 CSN1-Catania L.Perini13 ATLAS DC1 Phase 1 : July-August 2002 CPU Resources used : – Up to 3200 processors (5000 PIII/500 equivalent) – 110 kSI95 (~ 50% of one Regional Centre at LHC startup) – CPU*days – To simulate one di-jet event : SI95sec Data Volume : – 30 Tbytes – files – Output size for one di-jet event (2.4 Mbytes) – Data kept at production site for further processing Pile-up Reconstruction Analysis

14 CSN1-Catania L.Perini14 ATLAS DC1 Phase I Phase I –Primary concern is delivery of events to HLT community Goal ~10 7 events (several samples!) –Put in place the MC event generation & detector simulation chain Switch to AthenaRoot I/O (for Event generation) Updated geometry (“ P” version for muon spectrometer) –Late modifications in digitization (few detectors) Filtering –To be done in Atlsim –To be checked with Atlfast Validate the chain: Athena/Event Generator -> (Root I/O)->Atlsim/Dice/Geant3->(Zebra) –Put in place the distributed MonteCarlo production “ATLAS kit” (rpm) Scripts and tools (monitoring, bookkeeping) Quality Control and Validation of the full chain

15 CSN1-Catania L.Perini15 DC1 preparation: software One major issue was to get the software ready –New geometry (compared to December-DC0 geometry) Inner Detector –Pixels: More information in hits; better digitization –TRT: bug fix in digitization –Better services Calorimeter –ACBB readout –ENDE readout updated (last minute update to be avoided if possible) –End-caps shifted by 4 cm. Muon –AMDB p.03 (more detailed chambers cutouts) –New persistency mechanism AthenaROOT/IO –Used for generated events –Readable by Atlfast and Atlsim And Validated

16 CSN1-Catania L.Perini16 DC1 preparation: kit; scripts & tools Kit –“ATLAS kit” (rpm) to distribute the s/w Alessandro de Salvo It installs release (all binaries) without any need of AFS –Last update July 2002 It requires : –Linux OS (Redhat 6.2 or Redhat 7.2) –CERNLIB 2001 (from DataGrid repository) cern i386.rpm (~289 MB) It can be downloaded : –from a multi-release page (22 rpm's; global size ~ 250 MB ) –“tar” file also available –Installation notes are available: » Scripts and tools (monitoring, bookkeeping) –Standard scripts to run the production –AMI bookkeeping database (developed by Grenoble group)

17 CSN1-Catania L.Perini17 DC1 preparation: validation & quality control We processed the same data in the various centres and made the comparison –To insure that the same software was running in all production centres –We also checked the random number sequences We defined “validation” datasets –“old” generated data which were already simulated with previous version of the simulation Differences with the previous simulation understood –“new” data Physics samples Single particles –Part of the simulated data was reconstructed (Atrecon) and checked This was a very “intensive” activity –We should increase the number of people involved It is a “key issue” for the success!

18 CSN1-Catania L.Perini18 Expression of Interest (some…) CERN INFN –CNAF, Milan, Roma1, Naples CCIN2P3 Lyon IFIC Valencia FZK Karlsruhe UK –RAL, Birmingham, Cambridge, Glasgow, Lancaster, Liverpool “Nordic” cluster –Copenhagen, Oslo, Bergen, Stockholm, Uppsala, Lund FCUL Lisboa Prague Manno Thessaloniki USA –BNL; LBNL –Arlington; Oklahoma Russia –JINR Dubna – ITEP Moscow –SINP MSU Moscow –IHEP Protvino Canada –Alberta, TRIUMF Tokyo Taiwan Melbourne Weizmann Innsbruck ……

19 CSN1-Catania L.Perini19 DC1 Phase II and pileup For the HLT studies we need to produce events with “pile-up” : –It will be produced in Atlsim –Today “output” is still “Zebra” We don’t know when another solution will be available Will we need to “convert” the data? –Fraction of the data to be “piled-up” is under discussion Both CPU and storage resources are an issue –If “full” pile-up is required CPU needed would be higher to what has been used for Phase I Priorities have to be defined

20 CSN1-Catania L.Perini20 Pile-up production in DC1 (1 data sample) still under discussion LNumber of events Event sizeTotal size TB Eta cut 2 x 10**331.2 x 10** < 3 10**341.2 x 10** x 10**331.2 x 10** < 5 10**341.2 x 10**

21 CSN1-Catania L.Perini21 LNumber of events Time per event NCU sec Total Time NCU days Eta cut 2 x 10**331.2 x 10** x 10**4 < 3 10**341.2 x 10** x 10**4 2 x 10**331.2 x 10** x 10**4 < 5 10**341.2 x 10** x 10**4 Pile-up production in DC1 (1 data sample) still under discussion

22 CSN1-Catania L.Perini22 DC1-2 Goals: Norman at EB Athena-based reconstruction of data simulated in Phase 1: – for HLT; – for other physics studies; – to discover shortcomings in the reconstruction codes; – to use new Event Data Model and Det. Descr., as required for recon. To carry out studies of ‘data-flow’ and algorithms in HLT (‘bytestream’ etc.); To make a significant ‘next step’ in our use of Geant4; (specification of this is an ongoing discussion with Simulation Co-ordinator.)

23 CSN1-Catania L.Perini23 DC1-2 Goals: Norman at EB To make limited (but we hope finite) use of Grid tools for the ‘batch-type’ reconstruction. (Document sent to potential Grid ‘suppliers’: special session during next s/w week at RHUL, Sep.19)Document To build on and develop world-wide momentum gained from Phase 1; To meet LHCC DC1 milestone for end of this year. NOTE: as stated previously, it has always been clear that we would not complete ALL HLT-related studies by end of this year.

24 CSN1-Catania L.Perini24 Importante passo per Atlas e Grid: Atlas-EDG task force Lo scopo è provare che si può fare DC1-2 con i DataGrid, almeno per una parte significativa Lo strumento è riprodurre qualche % di quanto gia’ fatto in DC1-1 Lavoro cominciato a fine luglio e ci stiamo riuscendo! Programma: –100 jobs da 24 ore riprodotti da esperti –Aggiunta: 250 jobs “nuovi” saranno sottomessi da Luc (esperto DC1, ma mai viste Grids…)

25 CSN1-Catania L.Perini25 Task Force (EDG Coo Budapest) With mymods Task for with ATLAS & EDG people (lead by Oxana Smimova) ATLAS is eager to use Grid tools for the Data Challenges –ATLAS Data Challenges are already on the Grid (NorduGrid, Ivdgl) –The DC1/phase2 (to start in late November) is expected to be done mostly using the Grid tools By September 19 (ATLAS SW week Grid meeting) evaluate the usability of EDG for the DC tasks –The task: to process 5 input partitions of the Dataset 2000 at the EDG Testbed + one non-EDG site (Karlsruhe) Intensive activity has meant they could process some partitions but problems with long running jobs still need final Globus fix Data Management chain is proving difficult to use and sometime unreliable Need to clarify policy for distribution/installation of appl. s/w On-going activity with very short-timescale: highest priority task

26 CSN1-Catania L.Perini26 ATLASEDG Jean-Jacques BlaisingLaura PeriniIngo Augustin Frederic BrochuGilbert PoulardStephen Burke Alessandro De SalvoAlois PutzerFrank Harris Michael GardnerDi QingBob Jones Luc GoossensDavid RebattoPeter Kunszt Marcus HardtZhongliang RenEmanuele Leonardi Roger JonesSilvia ResconiCharles Loomis Christos KanellopoulosOxana SmirnovaMario Reale Guido NegriStan ThompsonMarkus Schulz Fairouz Ohlsson-MalekLuca VaccarossaJeffrey Templon Steve O'Neale and counting … Members and sympathizers

27 CSN1-Catania L.Perini27 Task description: Oxana Input: set of generated events as ROOT files (each input partition ca 1.8 GB, events); master copies are stored in CERN CASTOR Processing: ATLAS detector simulation using a pre-installed software release –Each input partition is processed by 20 jobs (5000 events each) –Full simulation is applied only to filtered events, ca 450 per job –A full event simulation takes ca 150 seconds per event on a 1GHz processor) Output: simulated events are stored in ZEBRA files (ca 1 GB each output partition); an HBOOK histogram file and a log- file (stdout+stderr) are also produced. 20% of output to be stored in CASTOR. Total: 9 GB of input, 2000 CPU-hours of processing, 100 GB of output.

28 CSN1-Catania L.Perini28 Execution of jobs: Oxana It is expected that we make full use of the Resource Broker functionality –Data-driven job steering –Best available resources otherwise A job consists of the standard DC1 shell-script, very much the way it is done in a non-Grid world A Job Definition Language is used to wrap up the job, specifying: –The executable file (script) –Input data –Files to be retrieved manually by the user –Optionally, other attributes (maxCPU, Rank etc) Storage and registration of output files is a part of the job

29 CSN1-Catania L.Perini29 Preliminary work done: Oxana ATLAS RPMs are distributed with the EDG tools to provide the ATLAS runtime environment Validation of the ATLAS runtime environment by submitting a short (100 input events) DC1 job was done at several sites: –CERN –NIKHEF –RAL –CNAF –Lyon –Karlsruhe – in progress A fruitful cooperation between ATLAS users and EDG experts The task force attributes: –Mailing list –Web-page

30 CSN1-Catania L.Perini30 Status sept.11 (Guido)+ mymods what has been tested with ATLAS production jobs only one site (CERN Production Testbed, 22 dual-processors WNs) has been used, now the other 5 in use for the last 50 jobs 5 users have submitted 10 jobs each (5000 evts/job) output partitions to Guido Negri to Fairouz Ohlsson-Malek to Silvia Resconi to Oxana Smirnova to Frederic Brochu matchmaking successfully done (see next slide) registration of output zebra files successfully done 3 jobs failed: –“Failure while executing job wrapper” (Frederic Brochu and Fairouz Ohlsson- Malek) –“Globus Failure: cannot access cache files… check permission, quota and disk space” (Frederic Brochu)

31 CSN1-Catania L.Perini31 WP8 Summary in Budapest Current WP8 top priority activity is Atlas/EDG Task Force work –This has been very positive. Focuses attention on the real user problems, and as a result we review our requirements, design etc. Remember the eternal cycle! We should not be surprised if we change our ideas. We must maintain flexibility with continuing dialogue between users and developers. Will continue Task Force flavoured activities with the other experiments Current use of Testbed is focused on main sites (CERN,Lyon,Nikhef,CNAF,RAL) – this is mainly for reasons of support Once stability is achieved (see Atlas/EDG work) we will expand to other sites. But we should be careful in selection of these sites in the first instance. Local support would seem essential. WP8 will maintain a role in architecture discussions, and maybe be involved in some common application layer developments THANKS To members of IT and the middleware WPs for heroic efforts in past months, and to Federico for laying WP8 foundations

32 CSN1-Catania L.Perini32 Il futuro DC1-2 ricostruzione dei dati, < 1/10 CPU DC1-1 –Inizio a fine novembre, dati nei siti protoTier1, uso di Grid, da decidere come e quando nel meeting del 19 settembre e subito dopo –Ipotesi uso di GRID tool compatibili ma diversi, con interoperabilità tramite lavoro EDT-IvDGL (demo EU-US con Atlas applications previste in Novembre) : sarebbe anche in primo test della linea GLUE/LCG Quanto pileup e Geant4 sarà compreso in DC1-2 (da concludersi a Gen02) ancora da decidere, il resto per DC2 dopo la metà 2003 Risorse INFN-ATLAS Tier1+Tier2(Mi+Roma1) a 120 CPU’s a 300 per assicurare share 10% in DC2: – 140 Tier1, 80 Mi, 50 Roma1, 30 altre sedi (Napoli e LNF hanno partecipato a DC1-1 con 16 e 10 CPU rispettivamente) sarebbero raggiunti con richieste 2003 (Tier1+LCG): ma Roma1 dovra’ almeno raggiungere Milano: il numero di Tier2 potrebbe crescere (già in 2003?). Contiamo su tasca LCG di CSN1

33 CSN1-Catania L.Perini33 CPU and Disk for ATLAS DC2 DC1-1 ~110 kSi95 Months

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