SVN

Give read/write permissions to another user

Go to https://atlas-svnadmin.cern.ch/repository/ and add users to the packages you have access to.

Just copy the directory structure

Sometimes you want to check out only a few directories in source tree, rather than check out them individually, you can check out the top directory to be able to commit files in there directory together without having to download too many files from svn server, here is how you can do:

# check out top directory without content
svn co --depth empty https://svn.server.com/trunk trunk
cd trunk

svn update dir1 dir2 dir3
# here we go, you have checked out dir1 dir2 dir3 in trunk

GRID

How to access the DQ2 clients (NEW setup) (from DDMRucioPhysicalFileName#How_to_access_the_DQ2_clients)

With asetup

The clients are available at cern and outside cern with cvmfs through asetup:

  • > asetup X.X.X,rucio
    where X.X.X is the ATLAS sw version

With cvmfs

> export ATLAS_LOCAL_ROOT_BASE=/cvmfs/atlas.cern.ch/repo/ATLASLocalRootBase
> source ${ATLAS_LOCAL_ROOT_BASE}/user/atlasLocalSetup.sh
> localSetupDQ2Client

You can make it as an alias and add it t to your ~/.bash_profile file:

alias  setupATLAS='export 
ATLAS_LOCAL_ROOT_BASE=/cvmfs/atlas.cern.ch/repo/ATLASLocalRootBase; 
source ${ATLAS_LOCAL_ROOT_BASE}/user/atlasLocalSetup.sh' 

and then

  setupATLAS 
  localSetupDQ2Client 

Note: Sometimes this sets up an older python version (i.e. pbook not working). You can setup your python environment or just setup athena, e.g.:

   asetup 17.8.0 

AFS

To mount afs server in your mac just follow the recipe here !

More Computing stuff

For a variety of computing related stuff (setups, hacks, installs, etc...) take a look at this Twiki

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