High availability through full redundancy of the CMS detector controls system

@inproceedings{Bauer2012HighAT,
  title={High availability through full redundancy of the CMS detector controls system},
  author={G. Bauer and Ulf Behrens and Mathew Bowen and James G Branson and Sebastian Bukowiec and Sergio Cittolin and Jose Antonio Coarasa and Christian Deldicque and M. Y. Dobson and Aymeric Dupont and Samim Erhan and Alexander Flossdorf and Dominique Gigi and Frank Glege and Robert Gomez-Reino and Christian Hartl and Jeroen Hegeman and Andr{\'e} Holzner and Yi Ling Hwong and Lorenzo Masetti and Frans Meijers and Emilio Meschi and Remigius K. Mommsen and V. O'dell and Luciano Orsini and Christoph Paus and Andrea Petrucci and Marco Pieri and Giovanni Polese and Attila R{\'a}cz and Olivier Raginel and Hannes Sakulin and M. Sani and Christoph Schwick and Dennis Shpakov and Michal Simon and Andrei Cristian Spataru and Konstanty Sumorok},
  year={2012}
}
The CMS detector control system (DCS) is responsible for controlling and monitoring the detector status and for the operation of all CMS sub detectors and infrastructure. This is required to ensure safe and efficient data taking so that high quality physics data can be recorded. The current system architecture is composed of more than 100 servers in order to provide the required processing resources. An optimization of the system software and hardware architecture is under development to ensure… CONTINUE READING

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