Difference: ProductionProceduresInstallingDIRAC (1 vs. 3)

Revision 32009-02-25 - FlorianFeldhaus

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META TOPICPARENT name="ProductionProcedures"
Follow the instructions in this script. Make sure you have sufficient quota on lxplus before you start and ensure you have a valid proxy before running dirac-install. Your mileage may vary...
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 ln -s DIRAC3/DIRAC DIRAC cvs co DIRAC3/LHCbSystem cd DIRAC3/DIRAC/
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rm -rf LHCbSystem/
 ln -s ../../DIRAC3/LHCbSystem/ cd ../../ rm -rf WorkflowLib/

Revision 22008-09-16 - JoelClosier

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META TOPICPARENT name="ProductionProcedures"
Follow the instructions in this script. Make sure you have sufficient quota on lxplus before you start and ensure you have a valid proxy before running dirac-install. Your mileage may vary...
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 You can now setup the relevant environemt by running:
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. ./ProductionEnv.sh or source ./ProductionEnv.csh
 

-- GreigCowan - 15 Sep 2008

Revision 12008-09-15 - GreigCowan

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META TOPICPARENT name="ProductionProcedures"
Follow the instructions in this script. Make sure you have sufficient quota on lxplus before you start and ensure you have a valid proxy before running dirac-install. Your mileage may vary...

# /bin/bash
# follow this instructions to install a CVS version of DIRAC on lxplus

voms-proxy-init --voms lhcb
mkdir DIRAC
cd DIRAC
wget http://cern.ch/lhcbproject/dist/DIRAC3/DIRAC-scripts-HEAD.tar.gz
tar zxvf DIRAC-scripts-HEAD.tar.gz
./scripts/dirac-install
mv DIRAC DIRAC_v3r0
setenv CVSROOT :ext:isscvs.cern.ch:/local/reps/dirac
setenv CVS_RSH ssh
cvs co DIRAC3/DIRAC
ln -s DIRAC3/DIRAC DIRAC
cvs co DIRAC3/LHCbSystem
cd DIRAC3/DIRAC/
ln -s ../../DIRAC3/LHCbSystem/
cd ../../
rm -rf WorkflowLib/
cvs co DIRAC3/WorkflowLib
ln -s DIRAC3/WorkflowLib/
cp $LHCBDEV/DIRAC/DIRAC3_v0r4p5/old* .
cp $LHCBDEV/DIRAC/DIRAC3_v0r4p5/etc/dirac.cfg etc/dirac.cfg
vi etc/dirac.cfg # edit path to DIRAC to point to this installation
cd DIRAC3/DIRAC/
ln -s ../../etc/
cd ../../

You can now setup the relevant environemt by running:

./oldProductionEnv.sh

-- GreigCowan - 15 Sep 2008

 
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