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WLCG Operations and Tools TEG

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  The editors of WG3 and WG5 are requesting combined input for the WLCG Operations And Tools TEG.
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Please supply your input following the template below. Input is welcome either via twiki, or email to the editors ( wlcg-teg-ops-wg3wg5 AT cern DOT ch )
  The editors will classify the input according to the different areas of work, but please limit your scope to the following:
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  • Middleware distribution
    • Example topics: Distros - EMI, EPEL, UMD, OSG, repositories, OS support, source availability
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Please submit your feedback by 11th Nov.
  NB - the Operations And Tools TEG has other areas of work not covered here:
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Input template

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Remember that answers can refer to any or all of the areas of interest (middleware operations, configuration, deployment and distribution).
 Input provided for (site, experiment...):

  1. What is in use currently and works well?
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  1. Top 3 problems (you are welcome to add more)
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  1. What takes the most effort?
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  1. What is in use currently and works well?
    • staged rollout in EGI
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    • yaim is too complex
    • repository proliferation
    • log file formats are inconsistent

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META TOPICPARENT name="WLCGTEGOperations"

WLCG Operations and Tools TEG

Input for WG3 and WG5

The editors of WG3 and WG5 are requesting combined input for the WLCG Operations And Tools TEG.

Please supply your input following the template below. Input is welcome either via twiki, or email to the editors.

The editors will classify the input according to the different areas of work, but please limit your scope to the following:

  • Middleware operational requirements
    • Example topics: log files, error messages, manageability, robustness, system requirements, documentation
  • Service and middleware configuration
    • Example topics: puppet, quattor, yaim...
  • Service and middleware deployment
    • Example topics: Packaging, upgrade paths, release schedules, rollout policy
  • Middleware distribution
    • Example topics: Distros - EMI, EPEL, UMD, OSG, repositories, OS support, source availability

NB - the Operations And Tools TEG has other areas of work not covered here:

  • Monitoring and metrics
  • Support tools
  • Underlying services
  • Application software management
  • WLCG operations and procedures

Input template

Input provided for (site, experiment...):

  1. What is in use currently and works well?
  2. Top 3 problems (you are welcome to add more)
  3. What takes the most effort?
  4. What can be improved about operational procedures?
  5. What can be dropped?
  6. Strategic directions you would like to recommend
  7. Other comments

Example input

Input provided for (site, experiment...):

  1. What is in use currently and works well?
    • staged rollout in EGI
  2. Top 3 problems (you are welcome to add more)
    • yaim is too complex
    • repository proliferation
    • log file formats are inconsistent
  3. What takes the most effort?
    • middleware debugging
  4. What can be improved about operational procedures?
    • more responsive releases
  5. What can be dropped?
    • yaim
  6. Strategic directions you would like to recommend
    • middleware should be distributed with puppet modules
  7. Other comments

-- OliverKeeble - 31-Oct-2011

 
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