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COOL Code Conventions The COOL code conventions are a set of guidelines that recommend programming style, practices and methods for the development of COOL in C ....
Conditions Data Payload Conditions data payload may be different from folder to folder because it is completely specified by the users. COOL supports payloads that...
As described below, the recommended syntax for COOL connection strings includes a CORAL connection string. For this reason, this page describes both CORAL and COOL...
COOL Databases, Folder Sets, Folders and Channels Different items of conditions data in COOL may be organized in several hierarchical levels. COOL Databases A...
COOL Data Model The COOL software and its API are based on the data model displayed in the following figure, which reflects the properties of conditions data described...
Folder Set Tags (HVS Tags) All types of tags described in the previous section represent sets of IOVs in one folder. COOL supports tags also for folder sets, i.e....
COOL Overview The COOL project is one of the three components of the LCG Persistency Framework. Its goal is to provide common software solutions for the storage and...
Overview: IOV Versions and Folder Tags The basic guideline behind the COOL versioning mechanism is that it should be possible to define a set of versions, or `tag...
COOL Performance Tests A performance test suite has been developed over time to test and validate the performance of COOL queries against Oracle database servers....
Validity Time In the COOL API and relational implementation, , intervals of validity are defined using two values ( IOV SINCE , IOV UNTIL ) marking the start and...
COOL vector payload COOL now supports different modes for storing payloads in folders: inline payload ( the default mode ) separate table mode vector...
CORAL connection strings are described on the CoolConnectionStrings page. This is because the recommended syntax for COOL connection strings includes a CORAL connection...
CORAL connection service configuration This page describes the implementation of the CORAL connection service. The main hook for configuring this component is the...
CORAL expression parser Under construction! This page is meant to describe what users should know about the SQL expression parser in CORAL. It covers questions...
CORAL LFCReplicaSvc overview The LFCReplicaSvc is a plugin used by CORAL applications (including the COOL conditions database) to retrieve the physical database replicas...
CORAL `read only` modes for sessions and transactions This page is meant to explain the current and foreseen future semantics of the different types of CORAL sessions...
1 There are currently two sets of tests for the CoralServer software: The CORAL and COOL qmtest test suites contain some tests that are executed against a centrally...
CORAL mappings between SQL and C data types This page is meant to describe what users should know about the internal mapping of C data types and SQL data types...
Obsolete topics This page contains a list of links to obsolete external pages and a list of obsolete topics hosted in this twiki. Obsolete external links This is...
COOL API changes 1.2.8 1.3.0 Moved to std::exception based exception handling cool::Exception inherits from std::exception , as does coral::Exception...
COOL data overhead For a folder with 150 days of data (SV MC example) here are the statistics : COLUMN NAME AVG COL LEN CHANNEL ID...
Frequently Asked Questions Plain password authenticaion in COOL 1.2.6 There`s a bug in COOL 1.2.6 preventing the use of the plain password authentication, i.e. passing...
Flashback scripts for Cool performance tests 20 Jun 2007 First of all, once the tables are created we should enable row movement on them and grant the flashback privilege...
Installation In order to use the mid range servers which do not have AFS access, create a COOL standalone installation : http://cool.cvs.cern.ch/cgi bin/cool.cgi/cool...
Installing COOL on Linux We assume you to install COOL on lxplus using SLC4 amd64. The following instructions are formalized by Clemencic. Feedback and suggentions...
Insertion Query Execution plan Retrieval Query SELECT / QB NAME(MAIN) INDEX(COOL C2@MAIN (`CHANNEL ID`)) INDEX(COOL I3@MAIN (`CHANNEL ID` `IOV SINCE...
This page summarizes the status of support for the current COOL release on the different LCG platforms. Support for COOL on a given platform is only declared if the...
Load testing scenario : inserting COOL data This test consists of inserting data into the database with the COOL package. The metric measured is the number of objects...
COOL Relational Implementation The relational implementation of COOL is based on CORAL. AlexLoth 16 Dec 2009
11 Dec 2007 Load Testing and Benchmarks on Oracle RAC, Romain, DB meeting, Dec 2007 01 Dec 2007 documentation 15 Nov 2007 Create a tutorial 12 Nov...
COOL The COOL Wiki has moved! Check out the new COOL Wiki here: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/COOL/WebHome COOL is an API for reading and writing conditions...
WARNING! This page is obsolete . As of 2015, CORAL and COOL are being built with CMake instead of CMT. This page remains relevant for the CMT builds of the software...
This page is under construction. CORAL and COOL repository migration from CVS to SVN This page describes some of the issues encountered during the CVS to SVN migration...
CORAL cluster configuration using Puppet The Quattor managed persistency cluster of physical and virtual machines was migrated in 2014 to a Puppet managed cluster...
1. Persistency cluster (lxmrra5001, slc5pf02, slc6pf01) The Persistency team is maintaining a few development servers that are needed for testing the Persistency Framework...
1 The POOL RootStorageSvc is used by both ATLAS and LHCb to store their event data on files in POOL/ROOT format. In ATLAS it is also used to store large conditions...
Installation Install PVSS and get a license This takes time : http://itcobe.web.cern.ch/itcobe/Services/Pvss/welcome.html (register, download, install software...
Persistency Framework AFS areas AFS release areas The Persistency Framework releases are installed at CERN in the following AFS areas: /afs/cern.ch/sw/lcg/app...
In the following, we describe how to build the CORAL and COOL software using CMake and how to set up the runtime environment and run some simple tests using the CMake...
Common topics for all Persistency projects This page lists several topics which are common to all three Persistency Framework projects (COOL, CORAL, POOL): AndreaValassi...
Coverity scans for the Persistency packages The Persistency packages are scanned regularly using the Coverity code analyzer. This is done thanks to the infrastructure...
Persistency Framework presentations and documents The following is a non exhaustive list of public presentations and documents about CORAL, COOL or POOL by the Persistency...
To get started with the CORAL and COOL software, please refer to the PersistencyCMake page, which describes how to build the software using CMake and how to configure...
Build and test CORAL and COOL using lcgcmake Useful info about lcgcmake on the gitlab project page. cd /home/avalassi/lcgcmake rm rf lcgcmake git clone b master...
Persistency Framework project milestones The development progress of the Persistency Framework project is regularly reported to the WLCG and AA management (normally...
CORAL and COOL software release notes These release notes are dynamically included from http://pool.cern.ch/coral/ReleaseNotesPF.php. The SVN controlled text only...
Introduction This page describes the preparation of tags and the validation of releases for Persistency Framework software. The release process is described only...
# Persistency software release validation This page describes how to run the CORAL and COOL tests to validate a production release installed on AFS or cvmfs. It was...
The Persistency Framework code is currently maintained in SVN. User and admin documentation for the SVN repositories is provided below. Persistency Framework SVN...
CORAL/COOL team The Persistency Framework (CORAL, COOL, POOL) was developed jointly by the CERN IT Department and by the three LHC experiments that are currently using...
CORAL and COOL functional tests This twiki page describes the functional tests of CORAL and COOL executed against all supported backends (Oracle, MySQL, SQLite, Frontier...
Servers for CORAL and COOL tests This twiki page describes all servers used for the functional tests of CORAL and COOL against all supported backends (Oracle, MySQL...
Using Valgrind to check the Persistency software Valgrind emulates a CPU and thus can trace every command, checking for different kinds of errors. Several modules...
PyCool PyCool is a python bindings package for COOL. PyCool allows full access to a COOL database via Python. It is part of the official COOL release since COOL...
TWeeder info for Persistency Total Number of topics: 89 0 Topics updated during the last 7 days Days Web Topic Date 0 Topics updated during...
Welcome to the 1 web The Persistency Framework is a project providing two software packages (CORAL and COOL) that address the data access requirements of the LHC...
Inter Wiki Link Rules (or Links to other Sites) This topic lists all aliases needed to map Inter Site links to external wikis/sites. Whenever you write ExternalSite...
Release Notes Presentations/Publications CORALCOOL JIRA ROOT JIRA SPI JIRA SVN admin (WebSVN) SVN COOL (trac) SVN CORAL (trac...
Persistency Web Preferences The following settings are web preferences of the Persistency web. These preferences overwrite the site level preferences...
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The Persistency web was created to merge into a single twiki web the information that was previously scattered across different webs for the Persistency subprojects...
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