Currently available URL where the metrics are published

To get all the active URL read by the Siteview collector execute the query:

select * from siteview_urls where "Active"='yes';

ALICE

Data are exported from Monalisa to this URL: job processing and site status. Contact person for these data is Costin Grigoras. The URL takes the time range as input parameter (default value is 1 hour). Currently (at June 2009) a function (buildAliceURL) executed before the collector, reads twice this URL, once for metrics corresponding to 1 hour time range and once for metrics corresponding to 24 h time range. It extracts the relevant information and writes it out to a new file (/tmp/alice.csv) in the same host where the collector runs. Later, the Siteview collector reads these data from the /tmp/alice.csv.

ATLAS

Metrics for job processing and data transfer are extracted from the Dashboard API. The python module atlasAPIScripts.py, residing in the same directory than the Siteview collector, connects to the endpoints dashb-atlas-job.cern.ch (analysis jobs), dashb-atlas-prodsys.cern.ch (MC production), and http://dashb-atlas-data.cern.ch/ (data transfers) and extracts the interesting metrics. Then it computes the necessary metrics and writes them in the local files: /tmp/atlas_data_transfer.csv and /tmp/atlas_job_processing.csv. The Siteview collector then reads from there.

For the site status data are extracted from SAM site availability portal and dump here: http://dashb-atlas-sam/dashboard/request.py/sitestatus?availability=WLCG_SRM2 (contact is Pablo Saiz)

CMS

all metrics

LHCb

data transfer, job processing and site status

Misc

Only for testing, I keep some URL with fake data: Alice, Atlas, CMS, LHCb

-- ElisaLanciotti - 05 Jun 2009

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