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The IVS Master schedule

A copy of the IVS master schedule is kept on the pcfs machines and is used by several scripts to support observations. It is updated regularly during the year.

A copy of the text format schedule is kept in


where the 12 refers to the last two digits of the year.

The most recent version is kept at Goddard here

Compare the top part of these files and look for a difference in the Last Updated line. If there's a difference, update the local copy as follows:

Updating the Master Schedule

  • Log on to any pcfs machine as prog
  • cd /usr2/AuscopeUtils/schedules
  • Make sure the local code repository is up to date :
    git pull origin master
  • get the new version of the master schedule from Goddard and put it in the current directory:
  • commit the new version :
    git commit -m "New version, March 16 2011" master12.txt

    Note the text in quotes should be changed accordingly

  • and place the new version in the master repository
    git push origin master
  • Lastly, it's a good idea to synchronise these changes amongst the other pcfs machines. So log on to the other two machines as prog and type
    cd /usr2; git pull origin master
/home/www/auscope/opswiki/data/pages/software/master_sched.txt · Last modified: 2020/10/06 10:51 by Jamie McCallum