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== Installation ==
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== Installation == The OSG Client contains the tools that are used for job submission and file transfer. The Worker Node Client is insufficient in this regard. However, you can combine these in the same NFS directory (in this example <font color="red">'''<tt>/apps/osg</tt>'''</font>). You can do it separately, it's just a matter of taste and what you find convenient. <tt></tt> <tt></tt> <tt>cd <font color="red">/apps/osg</font> pacman -get <nowiki>http://software.grid.iu.edu/osg-1.2:client</nowiki> source setup.sh vdt-post-install </tt> <tt></tt> You may want to coordinate the fetch-crl and vdt-update-certs activities between your CE and Client/Worker Node installation directories. See the remarks in the [[Compute Element and Batch Scheduler Interface]] if you want to do this. Otherwise, <tt></tt> <tt></tt> <tt>'''vdt-ca-manage setupca --location local --url osg''' '''vdt-control --enable fetch-crl --vdt-update-certs''' </tt> <tt></tt> on one system to keep the CA certs and CRLs current in the Worker Node directory.
 
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The OSG Client contains the tools that are used for job submission and file transfer. The Worker Node Client is insufficient in this regard. However, you can combine these in the same NFS directory (in this example <font color="red">'''<tt>/apps/osg</tt>'''</font>). You can do it separately, it's just a matter of taste and what you find convenient.  
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cd <font color="red">/apps/osg</font>
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pacman -get <nowiki>http://software.grid.iu.edu/osg-1.2:client</nowiki>
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source setup.sh
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vdt-post-install
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<tt></tt>  
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You may want to coordinate the fetch-crl and vdt-update-certs activities between your CE and Client/Worker Node installation directories. See the remarks in the [[Compute Element and Batch Scheduler Interface]] if you want to do this. Otherwise, <tt></tt>  
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'''vdt-ca-manage setupca --location local --url osg'''
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'''vdt-control --enable fetch-crl --vdt-update-certs'''
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</tt>
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<tt></tt> on one system to keep the CA certs and CRLs current in the Worker Node directory.
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Revision as of 09:59, 19 July 2011

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OSG Documentation: Client Installation

== Installation == The OSG Client contains the tools that are used for job submission and file transfer. The Worker Node Client is insufficient in this regard. However, you can combine these in the same NFS directory (in this example /apps/osg). You can do it separately, it's just a matter of taste and what you find convenient. cd /apps/osg pacman -get http://software.grid.iu.edu/osg-1.2:client source setup.sh vdt-post-install You may want to coordinate the fetch-crl and vdt-update-certs activities between your CE and Client/Worker Node installation directories. See the remarks in the Compute Element and Batch Scheduler Interface if you want to do this. Otherwise, vdt-ca-manage setupca --location local --url osg vdt-control --enable fetch-crl --vdt-update-certs on one system to keep the CA certs and CRLs current in the Worker Node directory.

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