Tools & Clients
Location: 1200 Molecular Plant Science Building, Michigan State University
Date: 20 May 08:30 - 10:15 AM
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About one year ago, it was decided to evaluate CS-Studio as a replacement for EDM at Diamond. Since then, much work has gone into making CS-Studio and BOY a viable replacement for the many existing deployed EDM screens without disrupting existing ways of working. This talk describes the problems and solutions found, including the new work on OPI Shells, and shows how CS-Studio may finally be d ... More
Presented by Mr. Will ROGERS on 20/5/2015 at 12:45
We have improved our process for deploying IOC/high level applications/scripts to multiple facilities. We've migrated to using static builds for IOC's and making the software packages self-contained. This presentation describes cram - the tool/scripts we have collectively developed for managing software deployment to multiple facilities.
Presented by Mr. Murali SHANKAR on 20/5/2015 at 13:15
Enhancements to EPICS Base integrating Lua Embedded Scripting Language.
Presented by Mr. Jeff HILL on 20/5/2015 at 13:00
The alive record is part of a system used at the Advanced Photon Source for monitoring the IOCs on the experimental floor. These IOCs are spread across many subnets, are maintained by multiple people, run different versions of software, and some travel between sectors. For the beamline support groups, monitoring and maintaining these IOCs can be time-consuming as one is not sure of the current o ... More
Presented by Dr. Dohn ARMS on 20/5/2015 at 13:30
The Rare Isotope Science Project (RISP) at the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) constructs the rare isotope accelerator facility in South Korea. The accelerator control system uses various Ethernet-based devices and equipment, and most Ethernet-based devices support Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). Therefore, SNMP is useful to build a unified Network-based control system. In this presen ... More
Presented by Ms. Mi Jeong PARK on 20/5/2015 at 12:30
There were numerous changes that had to be made to our controls computing infrastructure at SLAC to accommodate linuxRT based IOCs. This talk outlines the changes to our infrastructure and lessons learned.
Presented by Ms. Kristi LUCHINI
The CLS uses the EPICS Distributed Control System (DCS) for control and feedback of a linear accelerator, booster ring, electron storage ring, and numerous x-ray beamlines. The number of host computers running EPICS IOC applications has grown to 200, and the number of IOC applications exceeds 700. The first part of this paper will present the challenges and current efforts to monitor and report th ... More
Presented by Mr. Glen WRIGHT on 20/5/2015 at 13:45