Difference: WmsTestPlan (2 vs. 3)

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WMS Test Plan

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Perusal job

Job perusal is the ability to view output from a job while it is running. In order to use this feature the JDL attributes PerusalFileEnable and PerusalTimeInterval must be declared when the job is submitted for example:
PerusalFileEnable = true;
PerusalTimeInterval = 120;
This makes the WN upload, at regular time intervals (PerusalTimeInterval), a copy of the output files specified using the glite-wms-job-perusal --set command to the WMS machine Here's a sample perusal jdl file:
[
Executable = "perusal.sh" ;
InputSandbox = {"file://$HOME/perusal.sh"};
Stdoutput = "perusal.out" ;
StdError =  "perusal.err" ;
OutputSandbox ={ "perusal.out" ,"perusal.err"} ;
usertags = [ jdl = "perusal" ];
PerusalFileEnable = true;
]
where perusal.sh is
#!/bin/bash

echo "Hi all, this is a perusal test program..."

for (( i=0 ; $i < 50 ; i = $(($i + 1)) )); do

        echo "Step number $i"
        date
        sleep 10

done

echo ""
echo "Bye"
 

DAG job

to JC and IC as above specifying Requirements = ( RegExp("/cream-",other.GlueCEUniqueID)); or Requirements = ( RegExp("/cream-",other.GlueCEUniqueID)); respectively in the job jdl
  • DAG job jdls samples:
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Collection Job

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WMS Job List-match Testing

-- ElisabettaMolinari - 2010-02-24

 
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