Ganga JEM prototype

What is JEM?

As part of the High Energy Particle Physics Community Grid project (HEPCG) of the German D-Grid Initiave, the University of Wuppertal has developed the Job Execution Monitor (JEM). JEM helps finding reasons for job failures by two means: it periodically provides vital worker node system data and collects job run-time monitoring data. By performing a supervised line-by-line execution of the user job, this data is gathered. JEM provides new possibilities to find problems in largely distributed computing grids and to analyze these problems in nearly real-time.


GangaJEM is part of Ganga 5.4.1 and is based on JEM

To try this prototype:

Please visit the official JEM project homepage: There you'll find a quick start guide (, a FAQ, the newest headlines about JEM, can contact the Developers, find a bugtracker, and more!

-- TimMuenchen - 10 Aug 2009

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