Useful Dashboard pages for Site Managers

Report for a site (ALICE, ATLAS, LHCb) (ATLAS as example). You can choose for example INFN-T1 for CNAF and a period. The input are "job attempts" for the table and "submitted jobs" for the plot generated at the end of the page (a Job can be several job attempts: for example the WMS chooses a site where the first execution fails, does a resubmission on another site where this is successful. This is 2 job attempts and 1 submitted jobs. The statistics for job attempts is often lower than expected because it requires detailed grid information which something is missing, while the "final" execution status can be extracted from other sources. The interest of job attempts is that they better test site problems which might be masked by resubmission and lead to an effective waste of resources. This pages are "slow" because are generated on the fly.
Note that clicking on the cells (like on dates), you get the error breakdown over CE and clicking on CE the error message breakdown....

Error list (ALICE, ATLAS, LHCb) (ALICE in the example) The overall table is probably not too interesting for a site. If you select a single site, on the other hand, you can visualise the most common grid error for that site. Note that sometimes we detect and recognise the error pointing to a "resolution" (goc@taipei). Unfortunately we are regenerating the tables and something the link are broken (I think that the ALICE part is OK, while some inconsistencies can be found for the other VO).

Monthly reports One page view for all Tier1/LHC exp combination (again, cells are clickable...) in a month.

Daily reports Similar, to the previous one, just day by day...

-- MassimoLamanna - 23 May 2007

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