Simple Use of the Release Candidate RPMs

Yum Usage

If you are using an SLC4 (i386 or x86_64) machine, and want to install DPM on it, then:

wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/glite-dm.repo

yum install glite-SE_dpm_disk glite-SE_dpm_mysql

The two previous commands allow the installation of the rpms needed. Then the configuration of the DPM will be done via Yaim, which is also installed as part of the previous operation.

Fill properly the site-info.def. Details are provided here :

If the location of yaim is included in the PATH environment variable, type

yaim -c -s <location of the site-info.def> -n glite-SE_dpm_mysql
/opt/glite/yaim/bin/yaim -c -s <location of the site-info.def> -n glite-SE_dpm_mysql


You can find individual RPMs, also for the client side, directly linked to the autogenerated page.

For example the x86_64 RPMs sorted in reverse time order.


Please note that these are not officially certified and released RPMs, but release candidates, provided by the developer team.

If there are any problems then please report directly to DPM support or LFC support!

-- AkosFrohner - 06 Nov 2007

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