27 September 2004 to 1 October 2004
Interlaken, Switzerland
Europe/Zurich timezone

JIM Deployment for the CDF Experiment

29 Sep 2004, 10:00
1h
Coffee (Interlaken, Switzerland)

Coffee

Interlaken, Switzerland

Board: 12
poster Track 4 - Distributed Computing Services Poster Session 2

Speaker

M. Burgon-Lyon (UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW)

Description

JIM (Job and Information Management) is a grid extension to the mature data handling system called SAM (Sequential Access via Metadata) used by the CDF, DZero and Minos Experiments based at Fermilab. JIM uses a thin client to allow job submissions from any computer with Internet access, provided the user has a valid certificate or kerberos ticket. On completion the job output can be downloaded using a web interface. The JIM execution site software can be installed on shared resources, such as ScotGRID, as it may be configured for any batch system and does not require exclusive control of the hardware. Resources that do not belong entirely to CDF and thus cannot run DCAF (Decentralised CDF Analysis Farm), may therefore be accessed using JIM. We will report on the initial deployment of JIM for CDF and the steps taken to integrate JIM with DCAF.

Primary authors

A. Baranovski (Fermilab) A. Kreymer (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY) A. Lyon (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY) A. Sill (Texas Tech. University) F. Ratnikov (Rutgers University) G. Garzoglio (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY) I. Terekhov (Fermilab) J. Trumbo (Fermilab) L. Loebel Carpenter (Fermilab) L. Lueking (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY) M. Burgon-Lyon (UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW) M. Leslie (Oxford University) R. Herber (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY) R. Illingworth (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY) R. Kennedy (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY) R. St.Denis (Glasgow University) S. Belforte (INFN, Trieste) S. Stonjek (Glasgow University) S. Veseli (Fermilab) S. White (Fermilab) U. Kerzel (Karlsruhe University) V. Bartsch (Oxford University) W. Merritt (FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY)

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