6th Quattor Workshop

Europe/Zurich
Z0.09 (Nikhef)

Z0.09

Nikhef

Kruislaan 409 Amsterdam Netherlands
Ronald Starink (Nikhef)
Description
This workshop brings together developers and advanced users of Quattor. The aim is to share experiences and to discuss the roadmap for Quattor development.
Slides
    • 12:30 PM
      Arrival + sandwiches Spectrum

      Spectrum

      Nikhef

      Kruislaan 409 Amsterdam Netherlands
    • Introduction Z0.09

      Z0.09

      Nikhef

      Kruislaan 409 Amsterdam Netherlands
      slides
      • 1
        Introduction & Roadmap
        Speaker: Dr Stephen Childs (Trinity College Dublin)
        Slides
      • 2
        Status Update LAL, LPNHE
        Speaker: Michel Jouvin (LAL / IN2P3)
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      • 3
        Status Update UAM
        Speaker: Luis Fernando Munoz Mejias (Facultad de Ciencias - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
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      • 4
        Status Update CERN
        Speaker: Veronique Lefebure (CERN)
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      • 5
        Status Update CNAF
        Speaker: Andrea Chierici (INFN-CNAF)
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      • 6
        Status Update BE-Grid
        Speaker: Shkelzen Rugovac
      • 7
        Status Update Grid Ireland
        Speaker: Dr Stephen Childs (Trinity College Dublin)
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      • 8
        Status Update Philips
        Speaker: Serge Vrijaldenhoven (Philips)
        Slides
      • 3:05 PM
        break
      • 9
        Status Update Nikhef
        Speaker: Ronald Starink (Nikhef)
        Slides
      • 10
        Quattor Usage at CNRS/LAPP
        Speaker: Eric Fede (Faculte des Sciences de Luminy)
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      • 11
        Quattor Usage at GRNET/AUTH
        Speaker: Mr Christos Triantafyllidis (GRNET/AUTH)
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      • 12
        The Morgan Stanley Implenentation
        Speaker: Nick Williams (Morgan Stanley)
    • 13
      Welcome Z0.09

      Z0.09

      Nikhef

      Kruislaan 409 Amsterdam Netherlands
      Speaker: Ronald Starink (Unknown)
    • Status & Recent Developments Z0.09

      Z0.09

      Nikhef

      Kruislaan 409 Amsterdam Netherlands
      • 14
        CDB Status
        Speaker: Marco Emilio Poleggi (INFN-CNAF)
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      • 15
        SCDB & QWG status
        Speaker: Michel Jouvin (LAL / IN2P3)
      • 16
        Pan Compiler
        Speaker: Cal Loomis (CNRS/LAL)
        Slides
      • 10:15 AM
        break
      • 17
        AII status
        Speaker: Luis Fernando Munoz Mejias (Facultad de Ciencias - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
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      • 18
        Other core modules
        Speaker: Marco Emilio Poleggi (INFN-CNAF)
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      • 19
        New tools: checkdeps
        Speaker: Dr Stephen Childs (Trinity College Dublin)
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      • 20
        New tools: QuatView
        Speaker: Tristan Suerink (Nikhef)
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      • 21
        New tools: panc logging tools
      • 12:15 PM
        lunch
      • 22
        Monitoring in QWG
        Speaker: Dr Stephen Childs (Trinity College Dublin)
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      • 23
        OpenVZ
        Speaker: Luis Fernando Munoz Mejias (Facultad de Ciencias - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
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      • 24
        Coding Standards, new CAF and Security
        Speaker: Luis Fernando Munoz Mejias (Facultad de Ciencias - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
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      • 25
        New tools: requests & coordination
        Requests from survey: * the base "getting started tools" * more resiliency to failures and better diagnostics when things go wrong (such as: use $! in any error message related to a failed system call * Pan parser for Doxygen * a GUI :) * A Template Manager GUI, please! It would be nice if you implement hierarchical templates management and automatic importing of them in the configuration database. (from a CDB user) * CDB (cdbop) grep functionnality, access to dependency information. * A tool to display the inclusion tree of tpls * package dependencies checker package version compare by rpm algoritm * A tool to understand how templates are related and I think good documentation is at least as important as new tools. Thanks. * GUI, more ncm-components... * Having the possibility to restore a machine configuration to a given date in the past. * Comprehensive documentation. Slides are NOT documentation. * XSL stylesheets for visualization of node profiles so that they can be viewed in a browser. Inventory: Logging/visualisation/debugging: * panc logging tools * pangraph (obsolete?) * checkdeps Profile generation: * comps2pan * create_template (for CA RPMs) * many at https://trac.lal.in2p3.fr/LCGQWG/browser/SCDB/trunk/src/utils/misc * groupandpasswd2tpl
        Slides
      • 3:05 PM
        break
      • 26
        SourceForge migration: status
        Speaker: Dr Stephen Childs (Trinity College Dublin)
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      • 27
        SourceForge resources
        Speaker: Dr Stephen Childs (Trinity College Dublin)
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      • 28
        Discussion: relation QWG and SF
    • Roadmap & Wrapup Z0.09

      Z0.09

      Nikhef

      Kruislaan 409 Amsterdam Netherlands
      • 29
        Release mechanism
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      • 30
        Automating Quattor builds
        Speaker: Dr Stephen Childs (Trinity College Dublin)
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      • 31
        Review of open bugs
      • 10:15 AM
        break
      • 32
        Wrap-up