2st column:UNIX timestamp when the module went off (voltage on input/output smaller than 1 volt)
3nd column: CERN time when the module went off (voltage on input/output smaller than 1 volt)
4rd column: name of the module
status column: status code at the very moment when the voltage dropped below 1 volt. One can decode this string as described here
type column: module type. "new703" means new modules ("version 703") which were in the detector during 2011. If type is
"new705", then this is new module inserted for 2012 data taking (version 705). Finally, "refurbished" means refurbished, "M" massive failue (a large group of modules that have failed at the same time).
problem column: a short description of the trip at the very moment when voltage goes below 1 volt. "MB" means less than 1 volts for the mother board input/output. HV means less than 1 volt on HV and MB input/outputs. "DIG" means voltage on digitizer.
Note: When searching for a particular module, select "Show All entries", type a module name in the search field (on the right side) and press [Enter]. Similarly, one can search for a status code (like "212122") or problem type. To search for a particular date, use the "YYYY-MM-DD" format. One can also search for a trip using the number of seconds since 1970 (UCT). For example, typing "1298566177" in the search field and pressing [Enter] fetches the entry "2011-02-24 19:49:37 EBC23".
To search for new modules built during 2011, search for "new2011" string.