Fix Version/s: None
Starting with the w_2021_03_13 build, validate_drp_gen3 (which executes scripts in faro) takes 3X longer than before (more than 13 hours rather than 4+ hours).
The time appears to be consumed in the processCcd step at the end of https://github.com/lsst/faro/blob/master/bin/hsc_gen2_to_gen3.sh#L12. But the total time taken by "calibrate", "characterizeImage", and "isr" quanta in that step as reported by ctrl.mpexec.singleQuantumExecutor is 77769.208 sec prior to the weekly and 78151.527 sec for the weekly, so the delay does not appear to be in the algorithmic code.
--long-log has been turned on and the run script updated. A new ci job is running
It turns out that the time is actually spent in the query graph generation of the next step after processCcd. After using --long-log, --log-level=pipe.base.graphBuilder=DEBUG, and --log=level=sqlalchemy.engine=DEBUG along with pipetask qgraph, this was traced to a change in the sqlite dependency.
Note from Jim on slack that the processCcd pipeline subset on HSC should be run as : $OBS_SUBARU/pipelines/DRP.yaml