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  2. DM-18621

`Too many CR pixels (max 500000)` when running `constructDark.py` on auxTel dark

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      When running `constructDark.py` on an auxtel dark (2019030800135, see below), the following error appears: 

       

      lsst::pex::exceptions::LengthError: 'Too many CR pixels (max 500000)'

       

      Visual inspection of 

      "AT_O_20190308_000135-ats-wfs_ccd.fits" (see directory below) shows that there are not as many CR's.

      -Data (see IMGTYPE in headers for types, which follows the entry in https://confluence.lsstcorp.org/pages/viewpage.action?spaceKey=SYSENG&title=LogBook+for+AuxTel+camera+diagnostic+data+taking under MAR08, 2019): 

      /project/plazas/data/auxtel_DMCS_images_2019-03-08/cal

      -ID: 

      WARN: Unable to process DataId(initialdata={'imageType': 'DARK', 'dayObs': '2019-03-08', 'visit': 2019030800135, 'detector': 0, 'detectorName': 'S00'}

      -Command run: 

      • constructDark.py /project/plazas/calibrations_auxtel_mar20_REPO --calib /project/plazas/calibrations_auxtel_mar20_CALIB/ --output /project/plazas/calibrations_auxtel_mar20_OUTPUT/ --id imageType='DARK' --batch-type none --clobber-config

      stack: "w_2019_11" with branch "tickets/DM-18051" of "obs_lsst"

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              • Assignee:
                mfisherlevine Merlin Fisher-Levine
                Reporter:
                plazas Andrés Alejandro Plazas Malagón
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                Merlin Fisher-Levine
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                Andrés Alejandro Plazas Malagón, Merlin Fisher-Levine
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