Difference: PosixXrootd (11 vs. 12)

Revision 122014-03-24 - IbanCabrillo

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META TOPICPARENT name="CmsXrootdArchitecture"

Joining a POSIX-based cluster to the Xrootd service.

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  Then, install Xrootd using yum. Two notes before doing this:
  • This will add the xrootd user if it does not already exist - ROCKS users might want to create this user beforehand.
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  • This will install certificates into /etc/grid-security/certificates. If you want to handle certificates on your own, doing the following will satisfy the dependency:
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  • This will install certificates into /etc/grid-security/certificates. If you want to handle certificates on your own, doing the following will satisfy the dependency:
 yum install empty-ca-certs

For the installation, you should actually use the cms-xrootd meta-RPM:

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yum install xerces-c-3.0.1 # It is in the epel repo
 yum install cms-xrootd --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=osg-testing,osg-contrib
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yum install lcmaps-plugins-verify-proxy.x86_64 lcmaps-plugins-tracking-groupid.x86_64
  The version of cms-xrootd should be at least 1.0, and the version of xrootd should be at least 3.2.2.
 
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