* Steve said CORC (Commisioning Operational Readiness Clearance) was signed off. We might need to restrict the ACL(Access Control List) further. The TOF pc was infected by virus but the Norton Anti-virus software caughted it before it activated.
* We plan to post security reminder signs on all the MCS pc's. This would include ... 'Do not read e-mail or use no work related web browser etc.'
* The SMD grounding problems were fixed by making grounds to junction boxes. However, they still lock up from time to time.
* About 10 Alacrity power supplies, which are for COT and SVX, were broken during a beam injection. It might be related to radiation caused by beam.
* Steve said we need to make 'to do list' for MCS system. For example, the button for a SVX rack works only for the top section.
Yeongdae said he could not write MUON TI tags into CDF-S2 - this problem solved a few days later. He said he modified HVMON code to use variables instead of tags in checking elapsed time. This improved the speed of the codes significantly.
Marcin said he modified PSM progrms to accomodate new power supplies for east and west wall. He would work on TOF power supplies next. He also said we need a list of contact person's name for each system for the case of failures.
Margherita said the iFIX Oracle data base will be in production mode in a few days.
Fiodar said CCU system is ready for monitoring at the control room. They were to meet Margherita and JC on the next day.
Daniele said there is a pc which reads in temperatures but this is not in the MCS network. The pc can not access to CDF-S1 through smart socket. Steve said this might be related to the changes in ACL.
Andy said that he needs a new monitor for SVXIICON. Steve promised to look for one.
Jonathan said he would test out the TI tags with subsystem experts. Trigger Inhibits for Muon, SVX and COT system will be ready soon.