Panda Installation Guide

Introduction

Panda is available in 4 different independent formats (packages):
  • PandaSrv - the panda server including PandaTaskBuffer, central DB and PandaJobDispatcher
  • PandaJS - PandaJobScheduler sending the pilot jobs on the Grid
  • PandaJDE - user interface including Eowyn (to submit production jobs) and the user interface client for direct submission
  • PandaJDW - user interface including WindmillSoftware (to submit old production jobs) and the user interface client for direct submission

Panda is also available as package called "Panda" which includes the packages PandaSrv, PandaJS, and PandaJDE. To use versions different from the latest one you have to point Pacman do the specific cache instead of the default one (GCL )

PandaSrv

To install it you have to use:
  • pacman -get GCL:PandaSrv

To use it you have to execute the pacman setup script (in the installation directory):

  • source ./setup.sh

To test it you can do the following (initialize your grid proxy if you have none):

source ./setup.sh
cd pandasrv/brokerage
python test_broker.py
All tests should return a status of OK.

PandaJS

To install it you have to use:
  • pacman -get GCL:PandaJS

To test it you can do the following (initialize your grid proxy if you have none):

source ./setup.sh
condor_master (if Condor is not already running)
cd pandajs/jobscheduler
python test_Submitter.py 
If the test is succesful you just submitted some pilot jobs!

PandaJDE

To install it you have to use:
  • pacman -get GCL:PandaJDE

PandaJDW

To install it you have to use:
  • pacman -get GCL:PandaJDW


Major updates:
-- MarcoMambelli - 27 Oct 2005

-- Jerry Gieraltowski - 07 Nov 2005



Responsible: MarcoMambelli

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