gLite Logging and Bookkeeping Service

Daemons running

The following daemons need to be running:

  • Multiple instances of /usr/bin/glite-lb-bkserverd
  • Multiple instances of /usr/bin/glite-lb-interlogd
  • /usr/bin/glite-lb-notif-interlogd
  • /usr/bin/glite-lb-logd

Init scripts and how to use them

There is a global init script for all gLite services running on the server:

  • /etc/init.d/gLite

There are also init scripts for individual segments of the L&B event delivery and processing chain:

  • /etc/init.d/glite-lb-bkserverd for the L&B server
  • /etc/init.d/glite-lb-harvester for the L&B harvester
  • /etc/init.d/glite-lb-locallogger for L&B's local logger and interlogger

Location and description of configuration files

Configuration files for the L&B service are:

  • /etc/glite-lb/lcas.db defining the location of the lcas plugin
  • /etc/glite-lb/log4crc defining the behavior and granularity of log4c logging
  • /etc/glite-lb/glite-lb-harvester.conf specifying the configuration of the L&B harvester
  • /etc/glite-lb/msg.conf defining the configuration (brokers, permissible topic prefixes, plugin location) for messaging over ActiveMQ
  • /etc/glite-lb/glite-lb-authz.conf giving authorization settings for the L&B server

Configuration files added with EMI-2

  • /etc/glite-lb/site-notif.conf defining permanent notification registrations to be maintained by the glite-lb-notif-keeper

Configuration files added with EMI-3

  • /etc/glite-lb/html-header.html giving an optional style/header for L&B's HTML output

Location and description of log files.

All logging information for L&B is found in:

  • /var/log/messages

Log messages follow the common log format

Open ports

  • 2170: standard BDII
  • 9000: job status and logging-info queries
  • 9001: event gathering from LB loggers (WMS, CE)
  • 9002: local logger listening
  • 9003: WS client queries

Description of existing cron jobs

  • glite-lb-purge.cron ensures regular purging of old jobs
  • locallogger.cron ensure reloading of CRLs by the interlogger
  • bdii-proxy BDII proxy
  • fetch-crl keeps CRLs up-to-date
  • glite-lb-notif-keeper maintains site-specific notification regitsrations

Description of existing utility scripts

  • /usr/bin/glite-lb-dump used to dump the contents of the L&B database for a given period of time
  • /usr/bin/glite-lb-load used to load events dumped with /usr/bin/glite-lb-dump
  • /usr/bin/glite-lb-purge used to purge jobs from the L&B database

Security information

Access control Mechanism description (authentication & authorization)

The authentication method is based on trusted digital certificates. Depending on the server configuration and action requested, the users may be required to present VOMS attributes in their proxy certificates.

L&B version 3.0 server introduces new authorization features, controlled through config file /etc/glite-lb/glite-lb-authz.conf

How to block/ban a user

Banning individual users isn't possible in LB.

Network Usage

By default L&B server listens on port 9000 for incoming queries, 9001 for events, and 9003 for WS interface queries. The glite-lb-logd daemon listens on port 9002.

L&B proxy communicates over two UNIX sockets: /tmp/lb_proxy_server.sock (queries) and /tmp/lb_proxy_store.sock (incoming events).

Firewall configuration

The firewall configuration should allow access to these ports:

  • 9000/TCP, 9001/TCP and 9003/TCP.
  • 2170/TCP for the resource BDII service.

Security recommendations

None

Security incompatibilities

None currently known

List of externals packages that are not maintained by the supported OS.

None at installation/runtime

-- ZdenekSustr - 19-Apr-2011

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