The recalculation policy for SAM A/R reports was discussed and agreed in the Ops Coordination meeting of April 12th, 2018.

SAM recalculation policy

  • The spuriously reported A/R failures must have been due to problems in the monitoring infrastructure.
  • The maximum delay for submission of GGUS tickets for recalculation must be respected:
    it is 10 days after the drafts of the availability reports were sent around by WLCG project office.
    Tickets submitted too late may be refused.
  • A/R recalculation requests will be accepted if they are relevant to the site MoU commitment
    or concern time ranges of sufficient length:
    • For T1 sites:
      • if only the corrected A/R will meet the 97% threshold;
      • or if the total concerned time ranges exceed 20 hours.
    • For T2 sites:
      • if only the corrected A/R will meet the 95% threshold;
      • or if the total concerned time ranges exceed 20 hours.
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