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This page details the installation of the Open Science Grid software stack on SURAgrid systems.<br>
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This page details the installation of the Open Science Grid software stack on SURAgrid systems.  
  
== References<br>  ==
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== References ==
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[https://twiki.grid.iu.edu/bin/view/Documentation/Release3/WebHome OSG Documentation Home]. Site administrators should bookmark the OSG page. The notes below are based on the OSG Documentation. You should be able to follow the OSG installation instructions for the Client and Compute Element and the notes below to hopefully have a working resource.
  
[https://twiki.grid.iu.edu/bin/view/ReleaseDocumentation/WebHome OSG Documentation Home]<br><br>Read this first! The notes below are based on the OSG Documentation. You should be able to follow the OSG installation instructions and the notes below to hopefully have a working resource.<br>
 
  
 
== User Documentation  ==
 
== User Documentation  ==
  
[[Requesting Personal Certificates]]
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All SURAgrid users, both system administrators and end users, will need a grid identity and membership in the SURAgrid VO.  End users need to follow the first two steps below and then find a Submit Host (kindly ask your system administrator) from which to submit jobs to SURAgrid.
  
[[Registering DN with SURAgrid VOMRS]]  
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[[Requesting Personal Certificates]] - Get a grid identity from OSG.
  
[[Installing the OSG Client Software]]
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[[Registering DN with SURAgrid VOMRS]] - Register your grid identity with the SURAgrid VO.
  
[[Running test jobs in the SURAgrid VO]]
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[[Installing the OSG Client Software]] - Creating a Submit Host. Root access required.
  
== Installation Notes ==
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#[[OIM Registration]]  
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== Compute Element Installation Notes ==
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These steps are intended for system administrators and cover the information you will need to add your compute resource to OSG and make it available to SURAgrid members.
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[[OIM Registration]] - Tell OSG about your resource.
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[[Requesting Certificates]] - Get host, http, and rsv certificates.
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[[Compute Element RPM Installation]] - Installation and configuration.
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[[Worker Node RPM Installation]] - Install grid utilities onto compute nodes.
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== Applications ==
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[[Running R on SURAgrid]]
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[[Running Octave on SURAgrid]]
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[http://www.math.tamu.edu/osg/CondorEx1.tgz Simple Condor-G Example (tgz file)]
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== Development ==
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[[SURAgrid Resource and Application Discovery]] - Using LDAP to discover SURAgrid resources.
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== Support  ==
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If you need help with these steps please send questions via email to [mailto:suragrid-support@sura.org suragrid-support@sura.org]. This group requires a subscription to post. If you are not yet a member of suragrid-support, please send an email with the text 'SUBSCRIBE suragrid-support' to [mailto:listserv@sura.org listserv@sura.org] before submitting your support request.
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== Obsolete Pacman Installation ==
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''This will be obsolete in May 2013 when OSG drops support for the Release 1.x stack''
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#[[OIM Registration]]
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#[[Requesting Certificates]]
 
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#[[Compute Element Post Installation]]  
 
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#[[Compute Element Start/Stop]]  
 
#[[Compute Element Start/Stop]]  
#[[Worker Node Installation]]<br>
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#[[Worker Node Installation]]
#[[Client Installation]]<br>
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#[[Client Installation]]
#[[Grid User Management System (GUMS)]]<br>
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#[[Grid User Management System (GUMS)]]
#[[Environment Variables]]<br>
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#[[Environment Variables]]
 
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== Certificates<br>  ==
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[[Requesting Certificates]]<br>
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== Contact<br>  ==
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David Matthews-Morgan, dmm \\AT// uga.edu<br>
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Latest revision as of 17:42, 14 May 2013

This page details the installation of the Open Science Grid software stack on SURAgrid systems.

Contents

[edit] References

OSG Documentation Home. Site administrators should bookmark the OSG page. The notes below are based on the OSG Documentation. You should be able to follow the OSG installation instructions for the Client and Compute Element and the notes below to hopefully have a working resource.


[edit] User Documentation

All SURAgrid users, both system administrators and end users, will need a grid identity and membership in the SURAgrid VO. End users need to follow the first two steps below and then find a Submit Host (kindly ask your system administrator) from which to submit jobs to SURAgrid.

Requesting Personal Certificates - Get a grid identity from OSG.

Registering DN with SURAgrid VOMRS - Register your grid identity with the SURAgrid VO.

Installing the OSG Client Software - Creating a Submit Host. Root access required.


[edit] Compute Element Installation Notes

These steps are intended for system administrators and cover the information you will need to add your compute resource to OSG and make it available to SURAgrid members.

OIM Registration - Tell OSG about your resource.

Requesting Certificates - Get host, http, and rsv certificates.

Compute Element RPM Installation - Installation and configuration.

Worker Node RPM Installation - Install grid utilities onto compute nodes.


[edit] Applications

Running R on SURAgrid

Running Octave on SURAgrid

Simple Condor-G Example (tgz file)


[edit] Development

SURAgrid Resource and Application Discovery - Using LDAP to discover SURAgrid resources.


[edit] Support

If you need help with these steps please send questions via email to suragrid-support@sura.org. This group requires a subscription to post. If you are not yet a member of suragrid-support, please send an email with the text 'SUBSCRIBE suragrid-support' to listserv@sura.org before submitting your support request.




[edit] Obsolete Pacman Installation

This will be obsolete in May 2013 when OSG drops support for the Release 1.x stack

  1. OIM Registration
  2. Requesting Certificates
  3. Pacman
  4. Compute Element and Batch Scheduler Interface
  5. Compute Element Configuration
  6. Compute Element Post Installation
  7. Compute Element Start/Stop
  8. Worker Node Installation
  9. Client Installation
  10. Grid User Management System (GUMS)
  11. Environment Variables
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