LCG Management Board

Date/Time:

Tuesday 7 August 2007 16:00-17:00 - Phone Meeting

Agenda:

http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=17195

Members:

http://lcg.web.cern.ch/LCG/Boards/MB/mb-members.html

 

(Version 1 8.8.2007)

Participants:

A.Aimar (notes), D.Barberis, T.Cass, Ph.Charpentier, T.Doyle, M.Ernst, S.Foffano, C.Grandi, M.Kasemann, J.Knobloch, U.Marconi, G.Merino, P.McBride, Di Quing, H.Renshall, L.Robertson (chair), Y.Schutz, O.Smirnova

Action List

https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LCG/MbActionList

Mailing List Archive:

https://mmm.cern.ch/public/archive-list/w/worldwide-lcg-management-board/

Next Meeting:

Tuesday 21 August 2007 16:00-17:00 - Phone Meeting

1.    Minutes and Matters arising (Minutes)

 

1.1      Minutes of Previous Meeting

No comments received. Minutes of the MB meeting of the 24 July approved.

 

D.Barberis asked whether there will be an MB meeting on the 28 August.

 L.Robertson suggested to wait until next meeting, on the 21 August, and decide then whether to cancel the meeting of the 28th.

 

2.    Action List Review (List of actions)

Actions that are late are highlighted in RED.

  • 10-July 2007 - INFN will send the MB a summary of their findings about HEP applications benchmarking.

Not done. L.Dell’Agnello will distribute a summary by end of July.

  • 12 July 2007 - L.Robertson will appoint assessors to review the equivalence of the OSG tests and the WLCG test set agreed in April 2006.

Not done. Waiting for a candidate reviewer to return from holiday.

  • 12 July 2007 - Progress of the Job Priorities working group and the progress of the working solution for ATLAS. D.Liko has been asked to provide a summary, on status and plans of the JP Working Group, which will be distributed to the MB by I.Bird.

Not done.

  • 24 Jul 2007 - L.Robertson will ask via email to the Experiments to provide their update to the requirements until 2012.

Done. The status of the requirements is discussed in this meeting.

  • 24 July 2007 - CNAF and LHCb to specify additional milestones for StoRM to add to the SRM Roll-out plan (i.e. extending milestones SRM-7 and SRM-17 to include testing of StoRM).

Done. Milestone SRM-7A added to the SRM2 Roll-out Plan.

  • 31 July 2007 - L.Robertson will present the agreement(s) to propose to the different supplier of external software for the LCG.

Postponed to end of 2007.

  • 31 July 2007 – J.Shiers – Analysis of site scheduled and unscheduled interruptions, showing relative impact at sites, frequency and duration of different causes, etc.

Obsolete. J.Shiers presented the analysis of the interruptions in a previous meeting and this will become a standing activity that will be discussed at the Workshop.

 

3.    SRM 2.2 Weekly Update (SRM Update; SRM2 Plan) H.Renshall

 

 

H.Renshall summarized the status of the SRM2 Roll-out milestones.

 

The text below was distributed and read at the meeting by H.Renshall.

 
----------------------------
 Status of SRM v2.2 milestones for MB report on Tuesday August 07 2007
 
 Here is the (brief) status for the MB.
 
Due 11/07 and completed by MB of 17 July:
 
 SRM-01: done (FZK)
 SRM-02: done (IN2P3)
 SRM-05: done (CERN)
 SRM-09: done (Edinburgh)
   
Due 11/07 and not completed by MB of 17 July:
 
 SRM-08: done except storage tokens still to be configured (LAL)
 SRM-03: done. Exposed known dCache bug keeping data as 'precious'
         after migration to hpss. Fix is already available (BNL)
 
Due 18/07:
 
 SRM-04 done (SARA)
 SRM-06 done (NDGF)
 SRM-07 done. Both CASTOR and STORM endpoints published (CNAF)
 
 Summary: all sites meeting the schedule.
 
Due 31/07:
 
 SRM-10 testing experiment scenarios with experiment certificates. In progress.
        - action on LHCb to assign lhcb/lcgprod role to Lana and Flavia. Done.
        - simple tests have been done with ATLAS and LHCB certificates.
 
 For the LHCb exercises:
 -- FZK : ok - srmPing and srmReserveSpace work and even a successful
 transfer via FTS.
 -- IN2P3: srmPing,srmReserveSpace OK but yesterday a problem occured with
 FTS. It seems that it is related with the configuration - there is a
 misunderstanding between the space token and logical path concepts so
 not a full OK
 -- SARA srmPing OK, srmReserveSpace not OK: problem discovered to be
 that LHCb space was reserved using a DTEAM certificate.
 -- CERN/CNAF Castor : The srmPing was OK for both. Static reservation
 is now successfully tested.
   
Due: 31/10
 
 SRM-11: Stress tests of SRMv2.2 development end-points for CASTOR,
 dCache, DPM and StoRM.
 Tests progressing. The following dCache problems found and reported:
   a. Listing of a directory containing 2 files returns only one file
   b. Moving of a file in a directory fails
   c. ReserveSpace operation changes its status with time.
 SRM-13 definition of tests, incl. SRM V1. done.
        - See ATLAS and LHCb plans on GSSD page:
 https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LCG/GSSD
        - and GSSD team plan at:
 https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/pub/LCG/GSSD/SRMV2_v2-1.pdf
   
Starting 1/8:
 SRM-14: Testing High-Level Tools/APIs as defined by the plan.
 In progress. The latest version of lcg-utils 1.9.3 is being
 tested with ATLAS and LHCb certificates.
 Few problems reported. Investigating. lcg-utils 1.9.10
 which includes requests coming from ATLAS and CMS
 is about to be released. Preparing to test that as well.
 CMS has asked that the srm* command clients tools be made
 available also for SRM v2.
 Similar command tools exist also for CASTOR, DPM and
 StoRM. We understood that experiments have agreed
 to use gfal and lcg-utils as high level tools and these
 should be the only ones supported by WLCG.
 CMS claims that OSG will never use lcg-utils and
 therefore also the srm* dCache command clients need to be
 supported by WLCG. We would like to point out that at the
 moment the dCache developers are very busy
 fixing the problems with their server software and have
 very little or no time to dedicate to clients. Since these clients
 are distributed by VDT, possibly OSG/VDT should make sure
 that these clients work correctly for OSG ?
 CMS also claims that both the european and the american
 parts of the collaboration have always used the dCache
 client tools and therefore moving to lcg-utils at the
 moment will require a lot of effort on their side.
 SRM-16-A LHCb to provide details and plan for their tests. Done.
 See https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LCG/GSSDLHCBPLANS
 
Due 31/08:
 
 SRM-16-B ATLAS and CMS to provide details and plan for their tests.
 SRM-17   LHCb transfer exercises using CERN FTS 2.0 production service.
 
 Replies and more details in the web archive:
 
 https://mmm.cern.ch/public/archive-list/s/storage-classes-wg/
----------------------------

 

All due milestones are done except for SRM-10.

SRM-10 is not complete by all sites, but FZK, IN2P3, SARA, CNAF and CERN are set up. .

 

Issues to follow

 

SRM-14 (see issue described above): There is some disagreement with CMS about the wrappers to the high-level tools that need to be made available to the experiments.

L.Robertson and T.Cass said that at the May 2006 FNAL Workshop on SRM it was agreed that the SRM would only be used by experiments through FTS, lcg-utils and GFAL.

M.Kasemann replied that he will investigate inside CMS to clarify the issues with the SRM wrappers and then inform the MB.

 

Ph.Charpentier asked whether there is any progress about the distinction between the space tokens and logical paths concepts (see above, SRM-10 at IN2P3).

Nobody from IN2P3 was at the MB. This issue is to be discussed at next MB meeting.

 

4.    Experiments Requirements - L.Robertson

 

 

L.Robertson said that originally the intention was to have the requirements through 2012 by early-July, in order to inform the funding agencies of clear requirements before the CRRB in October. As we are late he proposed that the MB should now define the process and agree on the date for completing and distributing the requirements until 2012..

 

ATLAS: The ATLAS requirements until 2012 are already available.

LHCb: The requirements for 2008 and 2009 are unchanged, but those for later years will be able to be made official in September after their Collaboration Meeting. The process should continue noting that the longer term LHCb requirements will be provided later.

CMS: M.Kasemann explained that the requirements are being discussed in the CMS CRB (Computing Resource Board) and a draft is being refined. One more week is needed.

ALICE: Y.Schutz explained that they have collected information inside the Experiment. The ALICE Collaboration Meeting will consider them on 6 September and only after the final approval they will distribute the requirements.

 

D.Barberis added that ATLAS is re-evaluating their event size with the new software and the changes after the TDR but the current requirements are valid for next few years and any change of requirements will be communicated well in advance.

 

L.Robertson added that the goal is to have the agencies commit for next year and plan for the following years. Therefore it is urgent to proceed in defining and distributing the requirements as they are now.

 

Decision of the MB

 

L.Robertson proposed that the requirements until 2012 for ATLAS and CMS, and until 2009 for LHCB, should be completed within a week and immediately distributed to the funding agencies, with a note that longer term requirements for LHCb and revised requirements for ALICE will be made available later.

The MB approved the proposal.

 

5.      Sites Reliability and Job Efficiency Data for July 2007 (JE_200707; SR_200707; SR_Reports_200707) - A.Aimar

 

5.1      Sites Reliability

As agreed in previous meetings A.Aimar collected the data about general (OPS) and VO-specific SAM tests.

All details including daily results are available in the full report attached (SR_200707).

Every month the Reliability Reports will include the VO-specific data.

 

The summary by site and VO is shown in the table below. One can observe that:

-       Most values (general vs. Vo-specific) are consistent. The VO-specific results are better (slightly) than the general tests results.

-       ALICE VO-specific tests at 0.0% to 13.5% (except RAL) are either not in production or do not work correctly.

-       ATLAS with 0.0% at IN2P3 indicates some problems with the VO-specific tests at the site.

-       CMS 19.9% at INFN indicates some problems with the VO-specific tests at the site.

 

New Action:

28 August 2007 - SAM tests in July 2007: ALICE on all tests, ATLAS@IN2P3 and CMS@INFN will investigate and report on the VO-specific results.

 

 

OPS

ALICE

ATLAS

CMS

LHCb

CERN-PROD

94.9%

0.3%

99.2%

99.5%

93.5%

BNL-LCG2

74.6%

 

75.3%

 

 

FZK-LCG2

74.7%

0.0%

66.2%

78.4%

85.7%

IN2P3-CC

94.0%

3.6%

0.0%

99.5%

96.8%

INFN-T1

85.0%

7.8%

93.7%

19.9%

100.0%

NDGF-T1

96.0%

 

98.7%

 

 

RAL-LCG2

98.2%

85.5%

99.6%

99.1%

92.7%

SARA-MATRIX

92.3%

13.5%

93.6%

98.8%

95.4%

TRIUMF-LCG2

96.6%

 

97.2%

 

 

Taiwan-LCG2

83.2%

0.0%

83.7%

83.7%

 

USCMS-FNAL-WC1

92.2%

 

 

99.9%

 

pic

95.9%

 

99.6%

99.6%

95.2%

 

 

5.2      Job Efficiency

A.Aimar provided a summary of the Job Efficiency data (by P.Saiz) for July 2007.

All details including daily results are available in the full report (JE_200707).

 

Summary views are available below, by site and by VO. One can observe that:

-       Most values are above 90%, with a few exceptions.

-       ATLAS 34.9% at IN2P3

-       ALICE 11.5% at RAL

-       Only ATLAS Ganga 938 jobs. The jobs accounted are only those that go via the RB.

 

From next month the Site Reliability and the Job Efficiency table will be combined in order to spot additional correlations.

 

New Action

10 August 2007 - Sites and Experiments that disagree with the status of the milestones in the table below should send their feedback to A.Aimar before the 10 August 2007

 

 

Job Efficiency Summary by SITE

 

 

Successful Jobs

Total Jobs

Success Rate

ASGC

Total

1155

1194

96.73%

 

ALICE-AGENT

0

0

n/a

 

ATLAS-GANGA

0

0

n/a

 

CMS-CRAB

1155

1194

96.73%

 

LHCb-PILOT

0

0

n/a

CERN

Total

109700

129006

85.03%

 

ALICE-AGENT

50462

63848

79.03%

 

ATLAS-GANGA

62

66

93.94%

 

CMS-CRAB

30829

34547

89.24%

 

LHCb-PILOT

28347

30545

92.80%

IN2P3

Total

11720

13300

88.12%

 

ALICE-AGENT

2775

3158

87.87%

 

ATLAS-GANGA

94

269

34.94%

 

CMS-CRAB

1252

1570

79.75%

 

LHCb-PILOT

7599

8303

91.52%

INFN-CNAF

Total

33144

37595

88.16%

 

ALICE-AGENT

9049

9992

90.56%

 

ATLAS-GANGA

4

6

66.67%

 

CMS-CRAB

189

279

67.74%

 

LHCb-PILOT

23902

27318

87.50%

FNAL

Total

25706

26864

95.69%

 

ALICE-AGENT

0

0

n/a

 

ATLAS-GANGA

0

0

n/a

 

CMS-CRAB

25706

26864

95.69%

 

LHCb-PILOT

0

0

n/a

FZK

Total

28124

39501

71.20%

 

ALICE-AGENT

16253

21267

76.42%

 

ATLAS-GANGA

302

317

95.27%

 

CMS-CRAB

5095

7877

64.68%

 

LHCb-PILOT

6474

10040

64.48%

PIC

Total

6831

7117

95.98%

 

ALICE-AGENT

0

0

n/a

 

ATLAS-GANGA

6

6

100.00%

 

CMS-CRAB

1008

1028

98.05%

 

LHCb-PILOT

5817

6083

95.63%

RAL

Total

10964

17536

62.52%

 

ALICE-AGENT

821

7112

11.54%

 

ATLAS-GANGA

10

10

100.00%

 

CMS-CRAB

171

179

95.53%

 

LHCb-PILOT

9962

10235

97.33%

SARA-NIKHEF

Total

26859

32079

83.73%

 

ALICE-AGENT

15916

16949

93.91%

 

ATLAS-GANGA

264

264

100.00%

 

CMS-CRAB

0

0

n/a

 

LHCb-PILOT

10679

14866

71.84%

 

Job Efficiency Summary by VO

 

Successful Jobs

Total Jobs

Success Rate

ALICE-AGENT

95276

122326

77.9%

ASGC

0

0

n/a

CERN

50462

63848

79.0%

IN2P3

2775

3158

87.9%

INFN-CNAF

9049

9992

90.6%

FNAL

0

0

n/a

FZK

16253

21267

76.4%

PIC

0

0

n/a

RAL

821

7112

11.5%

SARA-NIKHEF

15916

16949

93.9%

 

 

 

 

ATLAS-GANGA

742

938

79.1%

ASGC

0

0

n/a

CERN

62

66

93.9%

IN2P3

94

269

34.9%

INFN-CNAF

4

6

66.7%

FNAL

0

0

n/a

FZK

302

317

95.3%

PIC

6

6

100.0%

RAL

10

10

100.0%

SARA-NIKHEF

264

264

100.0%

 

 

 

 

CMS-CRAB

65405

73538

88.9%

ASGC

1155

1194

96.7%

CERN

30829

34547

89.2%

IN2P3

1252

1570

79.7%

INFN-CNAF

189

279

67.7%

FNAL

25706

26864

95.7%

FZK

5095

7877

64.7%

PIC

1008

1028

98.1%

RAL

171

179

95.5%

SARA-NIKHEF

0

0

n/a

 

 

 

 

LHCb-PILOT

92780

107390

86.4%

ASGC

0

0

n/a

CERN

28347

30545

92.8%

IN2P3

7599

8303

91.5%

INFN-CNAF

23902

27318

87.5%

FNAL

0

0

n/a

FZK

6474

10040

64.5%

PIC

5817

6083

95.6%

RAL

9962

10235

97.3%

SARA-NIKHEF

10679

14866

71.8%

 

 

6.    High Level Milestones July 2007 (HLM_200707) A.Aimar

 

 

A.Aimar updated the High-Level Milestones dashboard with the input received via email by the sites (only a few replied).

The milestones on which there was no feedback are considered as “not done” (i.e. orange/red).

 

WLCG-07-26, -27, 29 have been changed to reflect the milestones on the SRM2 Roll-out. With specific dates for ATLAS (Sept 2007), CMS (Oct 2007) and LHCb (Aug 2007).

 

WLCG-07-05b: D.Barberis noted that for BNL ATLAS had tested and accepted the SLA for VO Boxes support.

 

G.Merino asked whether ATLAS intends to run VO Boxes at all Tier-1 sites or only at CERN.

D.Barberis replied that some sites want to have the VO Boxes running locally and the issue is discussed individually with each site.

 

O.Smirnova observed that the current discussions about Security could cause changes to the VO Boxes SLAs being defined.

L.Robertson replied that the SLAs should be completed and then compared with any future the Security documents and adapted as necessary.make references to its recommendations.

T.Doyle added that common generic guidelines for SLAs of all sites would be very useful.

 

Ph.Charpentier asked that the sites inform the Experiments when they move their CEs to SL4.

G.Merino noted that the sites update the BDII information and that is the official way of informing the applications. Changes are noted also And at the Operations meetings but often the Experiments are not attending.

Ph.Charpentier nevertheless asked the sites to provide the information in addition via EGEE Broadcast until a better way is defined. 

 

New Action

10 August 2007 - Sites and Experiments that disagree with the status of the milestones in the table below should send their feedback to A.Aimar before the 10 August 2007

 

 

7-Aug-07

WLCG High Level Milestones - 2007

 

 

 

Done (green)

 

Late < 1 month (orange)

 

Late > 1 month (red)

 

ID

Date

Milestone

ASGC

CC IN2P3

CERN

FZK GridKa

INFN CNAF

NDGF

PIC

RAL

SARA NIKHEF

TRIUMF

BNL

FNAL

24x7 Support

WLCG-07-01

Feb 2007

24x7 Support Definition
Definition of the levels of support and rules to follow, depending on the issue/alarm

 

 

 

Sep
2007

 

Jun Aug
2007

Sep
2007

 

 

 

 

 

WLCG-07-02

Apr
2007

24x7 Support Tested
Support and operation scenarios tested via realistic alarms and situations

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct
2007

 

 

 

 

 

WLCG-07-03

Jun
2007

24x7 Support in Operations
The sites provides 24x7 support to users as standard operations

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sept 2007

 

 

 

 

 

VOBoxes Support

WLCG-07-04

Apr
2007

VOBoxes SLA Defined
Sites propose and agree with the VO the level of support (upgrade, backup, restore, etc) of VOBoxes

 

 

 

 

 

Jun
Aug
2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

WLCG-07-05

May 2007

VOBoxes SLA Implemented
VOBoxes service implemented at the site according to the SLA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WLCG-07-05b

Jul 2007

VOBoxes Support Accepted by the Experiments
VOBoxes support  level agreed by the experiments

ALICE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

n/a

n/a

 

ATLAS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CMS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

n/a

n/a

 

LHCb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

n/a

n/a

 

VOMS Job Priorities

VOMS Milestones below suspended until the VOMS Working Group defines new milestones.

WLCG-07-06b

Jun 2007

New VOMS YAIM Release and Documentation
VOMS release and deployment. Documentation on how to configure VOMS for sites not using YAIM

EGEE-SA1

 

WLCG-07-06

Apr
2007

Job Priorities Available at Site
Mapping of the Job priorities on the batch software of the site completed and information published

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WLCG-07-07

Jun
2007

Job Priorities of the VOs Implemented at Site
Configuration and maintenance of the jobs priorities as defined by the VOs. Job Priorities in use by the VOs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accounting 

WLCG-07-08

Mar 2007

Accounting Data published in the APEL Repository
The site is publishing the accounting data in APEL. Monthly reports extracted from the APEL Repository.

 

 

 

 

 

Sept 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

3D Services

WLCG-07-09

Mar
2007

3D Oracle Service in Production
Oracle Service in production, and certified by the Experiments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

squid frontier

WLCG-07-10

May 2007

3D Conditions DB in Production
Conditions DB in operations for ATLAS, CMS, and LHCb. Tested by the Experiments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

squid frontier

Procurement

WLCG-07-16

1 Jul
2007

MoU 2007 Pledges Installed
To fulfill the agreement that all sites procure the 2007 MoU pledged by July 2007

 

 

 

 

Sept 2007

Sept 2007

Sept 2007

 

Jan 2008

Aug 2007

Jul Aug 2007

 

WLCG-07-17

1 Apr 2008

MoU 2008 Pledges Installed
To fulfill the agreement that all sites procure they  MoU pledged by April of every year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FTS 2.0

WLCG-07-18

Jun
2007

FTS 2.0 Tested and Accepted by the Experiments
In production at CERN and  accepted tested by each Experiment

ALICE

ATLAS

CMS

LHCb

WLCG-07-19

Jun
2007

Multi-VO Tests Executed and Tested by the Experiments
Scheduled at CERN  for last week of June

ALICE

ATLAS

CMS

LHCb

WLCG-07-20

Sept 2007

FTS 2.0 Deployed in Production
Installed and in production at each Tier-1 Site

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BDII

WLCG-07-21

Jun 2007

BDII Guidelines Available
On how to install BDII on a separated node

EGEE - SA1

 

WLCG-07-22

Jun 2007

Top-Level BDII Installed at the Site
For each Tier-1 site

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

glexec

WLCG-07-24

Jul 2007

Decision on Usage of glexec and Guidelines to Follow

GDB

 

Site Reliability - June 2007

WLCG-07-12

Jun
2007

Site Reliability above 91%
Considering each Tier-0 and Tier-1 site

March

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

June

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WLCG-07-13

Jun
2007

Average of Best 8 Sites above 93%
Eight sites should reach a reliability above 93%

 

 

MSS Main Storage Systems

WLCG-07-25

Jun 2007

CASTOR 2.1.3 in Production at CERN
MSS system supporting SRM 2.2 deployed in production at the site

CERN Tier-0

 

WLCG-07-26

Aug Oct 2007

SRM: CASTOR 2.1.3 Tested and Accepted by the Experiments
From the SRM Roll-Out Plan (SRM-16 to -19)

ALICE
n/a

ATLAS
Sept 2007

CMS
Oct 2007

LHCb
Aug 2007

WLCG-07-27

Aug Oct 2007

SRM: dCache 1.8 Tested and Accepted by the Experiments
From the SRM Roll-Out Plan (SRM-16 to -19)

ALICE
n/a

ATLAS
Sept 2007

CMS
Oct 2007

LHCb
Aug 2007

WLCG-07-28

Sept 2007

Demonstrated Tier-0 Performance
Demonstration that the highest throughput (ATLAS 2008) can be reached.

CERN Tier-0

 

WLCG-07-29

Nov 2007

SRM: CASTOR 2.1.3/dCache in Production at the T1 Site
From the SRM Roll-Out Plan (SRM-20 to -21a)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WLCG-07-30

Dec 2007

SRM Implementations with HEP MoU features
With full features agreed in the HEP MoU (srmCopy, etc).

CASTOR

DCache

DPM

 

SL4 Migration

WLCG-07-11

Depl Date + 30d

SL4 Operational at Site (for WN and UI nodes)
This has to happen within 30 days after the release from GD.

Replaced by individual milestones for the Middleware components.

WN and UI

WLCG-07-31

Jun 2007

WN Installed in Production at the Tier-1 Sites
WN on SL4 installed on each Tier-1 site, with the configuration needed to use SL4 or SL3 nodes

July  2007

 

 

July 2007

n/a

July 2007

July 2007

July 2007

 

 

 

WLCG-07-32

Jun 2007

UI Certification and Installation on the PPS Systems

EGEE - SA1-PPS
done: Jul 2007

 

WLCG-07-33

Aug 2007

UI Tested and Accepted by the Experiments

ALICE

ATLAS

CMS

LHCb

gLite CE

WLCG-07-35

Sept 2007

gLite CE Development Completed and Component Released

EGEE - JRA1

 

WLCG-07-36

+4 weeks

gLite CE Certification and Installation on the PPS Systems

EGEE - PPS

 

WLCG-07-37

+4 weeks

gLite CE Tested and Accepted by the Experiments

ALICE

ATLAS

CMS

LHCb

WLCG-07-38

+4 weeks

gLite CE Installed in Production at the Tier-1 Sites

 

 

 

 

 

n/a

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAM Vo-Specific Tests

WLCG-07-39

Sept 2007

VO-Specific SAM Tests in Place
With results included every month in the Site Availability Reports.

ALICE

ATLAS

CMS

LHCb

CAF CERN Analysis Facility

WLCG-07-40

Oct 2008

Experiment provide the Test Setup for the CAF

ALICE

ATLAS

CMS

LHCb

xrootd

WLCG-07-41

Jul 2007

xrootd Interfaces Tested and Accepted by ALICE

ALICE

 

Site Reliability - Dec 2007

WLCG-07-14

Dec
2007

Site Reliability above 93%
Considering each Tier-0 and Tier-1 site

Sept

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WLCG-07-15

Dec
2007

Average of Best 8 Sites above 95%
Eight sites should reach a reliability above 93%

 

 

 

 

7.    AOB

 

 

No AOB.

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8.    Summary of New Actions

 

 

New Action

10 August 2007 - Sites and Experiments that disagree with the status of the milestones in the table below should send their feedback to A.Aimar before the 10 August 2007

 

New Action:

28 August 2007 - SAM tests in July 2007: ALICE on all tests, ATLAS@IN2P3 and CMS@INFN will investigate and report on the VO-specific results.

 

 

The full Action List, current and past items, will be in this wiki page before next MB meeting.