Testing the Job Priority Proposal on the Preproduction Service

To verify the proposed Job Prority System several tests are proposed that will be organised in collaboration with the sites.

The site configuratuons have to be performed by the site contacts. This is the main activity. Complementing this acivity several tests will be performed by a central team (ARDA and interested parties) in contact with the relevant site representatives.

To proceed fast we planb to hold regular meetings for a limit time.

Site configuration

Site configuration is described in the prepared Note. We should aim in the Preproduction service to achive the most simple, but non trivial configuration.

For example: 10 slots, 5 ATLAS, 5 CMS. Within the VO 2 slots for production, to slots for analysis and 1 slot for software management.

The system can be tested by studying the special cases, e.g. fill up the system with dummy jobs, send a number of jobs of different type. If we free now a slot, we should be able to predict which job will start.

VOView

First we have to achieve that sites publish VO specific information on the CE using VOViews. (VO:cms or VO:atlas)

This information has to be studied and verified.

As a second step the informationj has to be extended with information on the shares (VOMS:/atlas/Role=production)

VOView and WMS

The WMS should be already VOView aware on the level of the VO. This functionallity should be verified by performing some tests. It might be useful to publish some fake information to verify the behaviour of the RB.

We also have to follow the patch for the system that should be delivered to the PPS in the near future.

-- DietrichLiko - 19 Jun 2006

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