1st column:UNIX timestamp when the module went off (voltage on input/output smaller than 1 volt)
2nd column: CERN time when the module went off (voltage on input/output smaller than 1 volt)
3rd 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. "new" means new modules, type "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".