- Richard Carr
- David Williams
- Andrew Walsh
- Anik De Groof
- Pedro Osuna
- Christopher James Watson
- Koen Stegen (EUI)
- Emil Kraaikamp (EUI)
- Terje Fredvik (SPICE)
- Lynn Hutting (SoloHI)
- Sonny Lion (RPW)
- Unknown User (icarrasc) (MAG)
- Maurizzio Pancrazzi (Metis)
- Gethyn Lewis (SWA)
- Shane Moloney (STIX)
- Martin Kolleck (PHI)
- None this time.
- Persistence of logs between VM start-ups and VM versions.
- Metis and light-curve product granularity.
- VM status - Engineering.
- VM product status.
- Need for Splinter - or maybe telecon.
|Persistence of logs|
RC explained that he raised this point after noting in discussion with TF that the SPICE log file was being cleared on every restart. RC discussed the advantages he saw in having the log contents preserved over a restart. He asked if any other instruments' VMs were currently clearing the log on start-up. No one present indicated that their VM did this. And TF clarified (RC had not previously understood this) that with the already implemented log-rotation the SPICE VM also no longer did this. He asked RC to try this out.
The topic moved on to whether (archived, already 'rotated') logs should be removed after a certain time, and if so, then after how long. No one expressed strong feeling about this. LH explained that the Solo-HI VM is currently rotating the log every day. On Isaias' suggestion, RC agreed to make some recommendations and circulate them with these minutes for later inclusion in the next SEGU version.
RC took the chance to stress again the need for timestamps. Without these, diagnosis from the log is much more difficult.
|Metis and light-curve product granularity||DM thanked MP for his answers to Dave's earlier comments, was glad to have the clarification of the granularity of the products, and indicated that he was in the process of putting together a response.|
|VM Status - engineering.|
Explanatory points not added to table:
MAG/Telemetry for testing:
|VM product status||There were no specific new product files that the SOC had examined since the last telecon.|
It was decided that instead of a splinter at the SOWG we would have a further telecon on the 24th of July.