SA1 coordination meeting

28-R-06 (CERN)



Romain Wartel (CERN)



This meeting is 10:00 to 11:30 UTC+2
Phone number is: +41 22 767 6000
Access code is: 0181908
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The conference call opens 15 minutes before the meeting starts.
Recording of the meeting
    • 10:00 AM 10:10 AM
      Admin matters
      1. MSA1.5 SLA Roadmap: approved by AMB
      2. MSA1.6: status update (Kai)
      3. MSA1.7, Assessment of infrastructure reliability, responsible: Russia, Alexander Kryukov
      4. NEXT SA1 F2F MEETING: please, register!
      5. NEXT SA1 F2F MEETING after Abingdon: Proposal to host it in Catania, 3-4 March, together with User Forum and OGF
    • 10:10 AM 10:30 AM
      security report
      more information
    • 10:30 AM 11:00 AM
      SWE ROC: request from a site in Morocco to join the EGEE infrastructure
    • 11:00 AM 11:20 AM
      gLite 3.0 services to be obsoleted 20m
      Process to obsolete middleware services
      Services in the queue:
      • glite-SE_classic
      • glite-VOBOX
      • glite-WMS
      • glite-PX
      • glite-MON
      An announcement for this retirement is already on the gLite 3.0 page :
      In addition, ALICE reported VOMS proxy problems when using LCG-RBs and certain LCG- CEs. When using the CEs via an WMS, no problems are observed. There seem to be still more RBs than WMSs out there. Could you please encourage the sites to be a bit more aggressive with the move to the WMS. It is easier to operate, more stable, just plain and simple.
      Speaker: Nicholas Thackray (CERN)
    • 11:20 AM 11:30 AM
      1. QR2 and partner reports getting closer
      2. Dates and topics for next meetings: EGI, 14th October
      3. In the coming days, two new services will be added to SAM production: LFC_L(ocal) and LFC_C(entral). The associated tests will be made critical so that history can be viewed in the SAM portal, but they will be ignored for availability calculations, and COD alarms will be supressed. At some stage in the future, and after suitable notifications, they will replace the existing LFC sensor. The new tests avoid trying to write to read-only LFCs, and include an lfc-ping test on which the others are dependent, plus other optimisations.
      4. Action list