Define OS service

  • In the atlas agis home page(, click "Define OS service". Follow the form to create an objectstore.
  • Clik "Add new Service protocol" to add a protocol. Please select "Enable settings" to add access_key and secret_key.
  • To "Manage Service protocols for activity", click "Read", "Write" and "Delete" to add or delete activities to a protocol.
  • Click "Add new Service resource" to create resources: [{'Name': 'eventservice', 'Endpoint': '/atlas-eventservice'}, {'Name': 'logs', 'Endpoint': '/atlas-logs'}]. Be careful, we should not use underscore(_) in the endpoint anymore.
  • example:

Define OS RSE endpoint

  • In the atlas agis home page(, click "Define OS RSE endpoint". Follow the form to create an objectstore endpoint.
  • "Resource": type "eventservice" or "logs", it will automatically list the OS services defined. You need to select one.
  • "Domain": a regexp match pattern for your site. For example ".**/atlas_eventservice/.*".
  • "Permissions": "defaultPermission(768)"
  • "Served LFC": "CERN-PROD_RUCIO_Catalog/LFC (CERN-PROD)". Don't leave it empty.
  • You need to define two RSE endpoints: *_ES(for event outputs) and *_LOG(for logs)
  • example:

-- WenGuan - 2016-06-05

This topic: PanDA > AtlasDistributedComputing > PanDA > EventServer > EventServiceOperations > DefineObjectStore
Topic revision: r1 - 2016-06-05 - WenGuan
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