One month behind schedule in getting cluster access
Igor has found all the catalog data, is generating .tsv files and should be able to start loading a test slice of the data by next week , assuming that qserv has been able to be deployed across the cluster
Discussion of whether we have Object tables for all five bands (as opposed to just i band). We do have ForcedSource in all bands. Difficult to resolve this question because the processing configuration may not have been preserved. The provenance would have been in the output repository that contained the original output afw.table FITS files. Igor has found these files - the catalog data that has been found was in the form of loaded databases.
Igor has made progress in tracking down the calexps, starting to transfer them from IN2P3 iRODS to NCSA. Looking into how to structure the data for use in the contemporary Butler. Most likely the original Butler registry was preserved and may not need to be recreated. Igor and Brian will be responsible for ensuring that the image repository is Butlerized. The goal is to complete this work within the next 30 days.
Still believe that ~20% of the calexps were lost.
Planning to bring up slices of both catalog and image data. Will try to make sure that they are overlapping so that catalog-image mapping can be tested.
Will ask John to document the capabilities of the cutout service
Containerizations of DAX services are in progress, should finish next week (Brian Van Klavern)
Working on getting tagging, integration with eups right
Trying to start with the six-monthly release just made by Frossie
Only Object (~200M rows) and ForcedSource (~20G rows) will be partitioned; all other tables will be replicated and therefore all queries will be through the qserv master
Kian-Tat Lim: there is also an SDSS-provided table of data quality information, at per-CCD per-pointing granularity; this could be added to the set of replicated tables