Status of individual services scheduled for gLite 3.1 on SL4

service SL4/SLC4/i386 SL4/SLC4/x86_64 Debian4/i386 Comments
glite-WN Released Released Build  
glite-UI Released Build Build  
glite-AMGA_postgres Released Integration n/a  
glite-AMGA_oracle Released Integration n/a  
glite-BDII Released Configuration n/a  
lcg-CE Released Build n/a  
glite-CONDOR_utils Released n/a n/a  
glite-CREAM PPS n/a n/a  
glite-FTA_oracle Released Build n/a  
glite-FTS_oracle Released Integration n/a  
glite-FTM Released Integration n/a  
glite-LB Released Build n/a  
glite-LFC_mysql Released Released n/a  
glite-LFC_oracle Released Released n/a  
glite-MON Released Build n/a  
glite-PX Released Integration n/a  
glite-SE_dcache_* Released Released n/a  
glite-SE_dpm_disk Released Released n/a  
glite-SE_dpm_mysql Released Released n/a  
glite-SGE_utils Released n/a n/a  
glite-SLCS_client Released n/a n/a  
glite-TORQUE_utils Released Build n/a  
glite-TORQUE_client Released Build n/a  
glite-TORQUE_server Released Build n/a  
glite-VOMS_oracle Released Integration n/a  
glite-VOMS_mysql Released Integration n/a  
glite-VOBOX Released Integration n/a  
glite-WMS Released Build n/a  
glite-WN Released Released n/a  

Notes

The lcg-RB is obsoleted by the glite-WMS and will not be moved to glite3.1/SL4. Support for the SL3 lcg-RB will be removed only after the glite3.1/SL4 WMS is available.

The glite-SE_classic will not be released on SL4.

glite-SE_dpm_oracle will not be released (after consultation at the operations meeting).

Current priorities

The current priorities are the 32bit WMS/LB and the 64bit WN.

States

The following states are in reverse chronological order

State Meaning
Released Available to production. Level of deployment is unspecified - CERN deployment is tracked here
PPS Available to the pre-production service
Certification A patch has been created and the service is undergoing runtime testing
Configuration Yaim is being finalised
Integration Service is undergoing installation tests to fix rpm lists and ensure everything can install without conflicts
Build There are still outstanding components which are not yet built

Note that 'n/a' indicates that a particular service/platform combination is not currently planned

The following part is not under official certification but has been tested by LouisPoncet to see what can be done with the 32bits middleware on 64 bits platform

service SLC4 x86_64 with i386 middlewarw Comments
glite-UI does not work python is the problem (all glite-wms- command are written in python)
glite-BDII work  
lcg-CE Still under test  
glite-WMS work Lots of problem founds due to apache during the installation.

glite-UI :

By playing with the environment of the user and a python and perl installation in 32 bits the UI can work.

Notes about WMSLB :

The httpd of te OS is compiled in 64 bits in our middleware we have two modules to load, with the pure 32 bits middleware nothing work. But only by installing the 64 bits version of those 2 packages the WMSLB work.

error message (during the configuration) :

** starting workload manager... Syntax error on line 17 of /opt/glite/etc/glite_wms_wmproxy_httpd.conf: Cannot load /usr/lib/httpd/modules/mod_log_config.so into server: /usr/lib/httpd/modules/mod_log_config.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory ok

[root@lxb7606 yum.repos.d]# ln -s /usr/lib64/httpd/modules/* /usr/lib/httpd/modules/

rpm -Uvh ./org.gridsite.core/1.1.18/slc4_x86_64_gcc346/gridsite-apache-1.1.18.1-1.x86_64.rpm and cause of the way that we configure i did a link in the repository used by the 32bots version.

ln -s /usr/lib64/httpd/modules/mod_fastcgi.so /usr/lib/httpd/modules/

None of those settings are certify you CAN'T use them in production.

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