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System Administrator Guide for CREAM for EMI-3 release

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0.1 Setting up the Robot Certificate tracking system (experimental)

The CREAM service can save in the accounting log files the DN of the bearer of a robot certificate instead of the user DN. For further information about the tracking of the bearer of a robot certificate see http://indico.egi.eu/indico/getFile.py/access?contribId=6&resId=0&materialId=slides&confId=1857 In the CREAM configuration file ( /etc/glite-ce-cream/cream-config.xml) it is necessary to define an attribute in the service tag containing the regular expression corresponding to DN segment of the bearer:
<service id="CREAM service (core2)" dn_filter="/CN=Robot[^/]+/CN=eToken:[^/]+">
    <!-- previous definitions -->
In the BLAH accounting log files (/var/log/cream/accounting/blahp.log-yyyymmdd) the field userDN contains the DN string up to the regular expression match.

1 Migration of a CREAM CE service to another physical host

The migration of a CREAM CE to another physical host is possible but at the present time we don't provide tools or facilities for assisting the administrator on such delicate operation. The main strong requirement for allowing the migration is: the new host MUST have the same hostname and IP address as the old one. If so, the steps to follow are:

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