Obs_decam + processCcd.py not finding data

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(Jacqueline McCleary) #1

Hello there,

I’m fairly new to using DMstack and obs_decam, and am working off the (outdated?) wiki and the documentation here: https://github.com/lsst/obs_decam. I’m using a set of test DECam images, taken from GitHub.

I ingest the testdata_decam images with the command:

ingestImagesDecam.py /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/ --mode=link /Users/jmcclear/Research/testdata_decam/cpData/original_files/instcal/*fits.fz

As expected, a registry is created in the top level of the repository, as is a directory called “0229388/” containing the relevant data files. There are a few ingest.parse errors thrown, but this thread (Error of using obs_decam) seems to suggest that input.parse errors aren’t the biggest deal.

However, the command:

processCcd.py /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/ --id visit=229388 ccdnum=13 --output /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/outDir --config calibrate.doAstrometry=False calibrate.doPhotoCal=False

throws the following error:

root INFO: Loading config overrride file '/Users/jmcclear/Research/lsst_stack/stack/miniconda3-4.3.21-10a4fa6/DarwinX86/obs_decam/14.0-4-g3127c16+22/config/processCcd.py’
CameraMapper INFO: Loading exposure registry from /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/registry.sqlite3
root WARN: No data found for dataId=OrderedDict([(‘visit’, 229388), (‘ccdnum’, 13)])
root INFO: Running: /Users/jmcclear/Research/lsst_stack/stack/miniconda3-4.3.21-10a4fa6/DarwinX86/pipe_tasks/14.0-27-g4464a260+2/bin/processCcd.py /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/ --id visit=229388 ccdnum=13 --output /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/outDir --config calibrate.doAstrometry=False calibrate.doPhotoCal=False
root WARN: Not running the task because there is no data to process; you may preview data using “–show data”

If I try to run processCcd.py within the folder created by IngestImagesDecam.py, I get a whole bunch more exotic-looking errors. Just in case it’s useful to know my directory structure, it looks like this:

ls /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/*/*fz
/Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/0229388/dqmask0229388.fits.fz /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/0229388/wtmap0229388.fits.fz
/Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/0229388/instcal0229388.fits.fz

And the command

sqlite3 registry.sqlite3 ‘SELECT * FROM raw WHERE visit=229388 AND ccdnum=13’

yields the following, i.e. the entry definitely should exist:

13|229388|z|2013-09-01|2013-09-01T06:02:55.753848|200.0|13|13|13|/Users/jmcclear/Research/testdata_decam/cpData/original_files/instcal/c4d_130901_060255_ooi_z_a1.fits.fz|/Users/jmcclear/Research/testdata_decam/cpData/original_files/dqmask/c4d_130901_060255_ood_z_a1.fits.fz|/Users/jmcclear/Research/testdata_decam/cpData/original_files/wtmap/c4d_130901_060255_oow_z_a1.fits.fz|2012B-0001|DES supernova hex SN-S1 tiling 22

ETA In case it’s relevant, I downloaded the /master/ version of loadLSST.bash this past weekend, and am running the w_2017_48 version of DMstack. An earlier set of obs_decam problems I was having were resolved by updating to this version, thanks to @price .


(Paul Price) #2

The file the pipeline is looking for should be named /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/<date>/<filter>/decam<visit>.fits.fz.

Perhaps you’re trying to reduce data that has been processed with the Community Pipeline?


(Jacqueline McCleary) #3

Hello!

I am in fact trying to do just that – reduce data that has already been through the Community Pipeline. The documentation online even has a line for ingesting from a folder called instcal/, which suggests that the data has been through basic detrending.

Is there something else other than processCcd.py I should be running to get things like shape measurements, photometry, etc.?

Thank you!


(Paul Price) #4

I don’t think that’s a mode we support any more (from the command-line, at least; there used to be a processCcdDecam.py). @hsinfang may know.

EDIT: It turns out I was completely wrong. See below.


(Colin Slater) #5

Everything you’ve done so far looks good, the only thing missing is that a configuration file has to be supplied to processCcd.py that tells it to expect Community Pipeline images. This is item #6 in the obs_decam README file, which I understand is somewhat hidden place for this information to live.

The config file looks like:

 from lsst.obs.decam.decamNullIsr import DecamNullIsrTask
 config.isr.retarget(DecamNullIsrTask)

This file is supplied on the command line with the -C my_config_file.py, for example.


(Jacqueline McCleary) #6

Woohoo! Thank you @ctslater, that was the fix! I had seen that line in the readme, and had wondered how I was supposed to know to configure the config file. Guess it didn’t connect that “instcal” meant not-raw, CP-processed data; I got a little confused and thought that item #6 referred to re-reducing raw DECam data from scratch.

Anyway, the following command (with the --clobber-config option on!) yielded an icSrc file in my output directory.

processCcd.py /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/ --id visit=229388 ccdnum=13 --output /Users/jmcclear/Research/decam_test/outDir -C override_config.py --config calibrate.doAstrometry=False calibrate.doPhotoCal=False --clobber-config

The process ended in a segfault, which I assume is a good thing – whatever was stored in memory being dumped.

I’ll spend some more time parsing the output, but meanwhile thank you again for your patience and help!


(Colin Slater) #7

Segfault!? That’s really bad news and not expected. I’d be happy to have a look at that too.


(Jacqueline McCleary) #8

Hello!

I didn’t realize segfaults were a no-go, so thanks for the follow-up. I guess the best thing I can do would be to paste the entire output, long though it might be. Sorry in advance for the tl;dr…

processCcd INFO: Processing {‘visit’: 229388, ‘ccdnum’: 13, ‘hdu’: 13}
processCcd.isr INFO: Loading DECam community pipeline file {‘visit’: 229388, ‘ccdnum’: 13, ‘hdu’: 13}
makeWcs WARN: Stripping PVi_j keys from projection RA—TPV/DEC–TPV
processCcd.charImage INFO: Processing {‘visit’: 229388, ‘ccdnum’: 13, ‘hdu’: 13}
processCcd.charImage WARN: Source catalog detected and measured with placeholder or default PSF
processCcd.charImage.repair INFO: Identified 97 cosmic rays.
processCcd.charImage.detection INFO: Detected 127 positive sources to 50 sigma.
processCcd.charImage.detection INFO: Resubtracting the background after object detection
processCcd.charImage.measurement INFO: Measuring 127 sources (127 parents, 0 children)
processCcd.charImage.measurePsf INFO: Measuring PSF
processCcd.charImage.measurePsf.reserve INFO: Reserved 0/55 sources
processCcd.charImage.measurePsf INFO: PSF star selector found 55 candidates
processCcd.charImage.measurePsf INFO: PSF determination using 33/55 stars.
processCcd.charImage INFO: iter 1; PSF sigma=1.87, dimensions=(29, 29); median background=3540.54
processCcd.charImage WARN: Source catalog detected and measured with placeholder or default PSF
processCcd.charImage.repair INFO: Identified 115 cosmic rays.
processCcd.charImage.detection INFO: Detected 119 positive sources to 50 sigma.
processCcd.charImage.detection INFO: Resubtracting the background after object detection
processCcd.charImage.measurement INFO: Measuring 119 sources (119 parents, 0 children)
processCcd.charImage.measurePsf INFO: Measuring PSF
processCcd.charImage.measurePsf.reserve INFO: Reserved 0/55 sources
processCcd.charImage.measurePsf INFO: PSF star selector found 55 candidates
processCcd.charImage.measurePsf INFO: PSF determination using 34/55 stars.
processCcd.charImage INFO: iter 2; PSF sigma=1.87, dimensions=(29, 29); median background=3540.55
processCcd.charImage.repair INFO: Identified 106 cosmic rays.
processCcd.charImage.measurement INFO: Measuring 119 sources (119 parents, 0 children)
processCcd.charImage.measureApCorr INFO: Measuring aperture corrections for 2 flux fields
processCcd.charImage.measureApCorr INFO: Aperture correction for base_PsfFlux: RMS 0.018234 from 32
processCcd.charImage.measureApCorr INFO: Aperture correction for base_GaussianFlux: RMS 0.016684 from 32
processCcd.charImage.applyApCorr INFO: Applying aperture corrections to 2 flux fields
processCcd.calibrate INFO: Processing {‘visit’: 229388, ‘ccdnum’: 13, ‘hdu’: 13}
processCcd.calibrate.detection INFO: Detected 586 positive sources to 5 sigma.
processCcd.calibrate.detection INFO: Resubtracting the background after object detection
processCcd.calibrate.deblend INFO: Deblending 586 sources
processCcd.calibrate.deblend INFO: Deblended: of 586 sources, 90 were deblended, creating 452 children, total 1038 sources
processCcd.calibrate.measurement INFO: Measuring 1038 sources (586 parents, 452 children)
Caught signal 11, backtrace follows:
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Segmentation fault: 11


(Robert_Liu) #9

Hi Jacqueline! As far as I can tell, I haven’t seen similar segfault on some older versions (DM stack version 13.0/12.0 with python2 on Mac or CentOS). If you see this traceback repeatedly, I guess there might be some processCcd-related methods incompatible with the python library being used. It might be helpful if you could also paste your installation environment here…


(Jim Bosch) #10

Yup, we do take segfaults in our code very seriously, but about 90% of the ones that are reported are actually due to inconsistent versions of packages being set up together. It’d be very helpful if you could try to repeat all of this starting from a new shell (while recording any EUPS setup commands so you can report them here). If the segfault happens again and we don’t see anything fishy in how in how you set up your environment, that’d be a fairly high-priority bug for us.


(Jacqueline McCleary) #11

Hi, too, Robert!
Thanks for jumping in, @rbliu, @jbosch and @ctslater, I really appreciate your expertise. For the sake of other newcomers to community.lsst.org who might run into this issue, I am going to create a new thread called obs_decam+processCcd.py segfault and will link to it here shortly. I will follow the advice of setting up a brand-new shell and copying all setup commands.