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IGI (based on EMI) Installation and Configuration

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File or Directory Scope Example Details
<your-site-info.def> whole-site ig-site-info.def List of configuration variables in the format of key-value pairs.
It's a mandatory file.
It's a parameter passed to the ig_yaim command.
IMPORTANT: You should always check if your <your-site-info.def> is up-to-date comparing with the last /opt/glite/yaim/examples/siteinfo/ig-site-info.def template deployed with ig-yaim and get the differences you find.
For example you may use vimdiff:
vimdiff /opt/glite/yaim/examples/siteinfo/ig-site-info.def <confdir>/<your-site-info.def>
<your-wn-list.conf> whole-site - Worker nodes list in the format of hostname.domainname per row.
It's a mandatory file.
It's defined by WN_LIST variable in <your-site-info.def>.
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<your-users.conf> whole-site ig-users.conf Pool account user mapping.
It's a mandatory file.
It's defined by USERS_CONF variable in <your-site-info.def>.
IMPORTANT: You may create <your-users.conf> starting from the /opt/glite/yaim/examples/ig-users.conf template deployed with ig-yaim, but probably you have to fill it on the base of your site policy on uids/guis. We suggest to proceed as explained here: ”<a href="http://igrelease.forge.cnaf.infn.it/doku.php?id=doc:use_cases:users" title="doc:use_cases:users">Whole site: How to create local users.conf and configure users</a>”.
<your-groups.conf> whole-site ig-groups.conf VOMS group mapping.
It's a mandatory file.
It's defined by GROUPS_CONF variable in <your-site-info.def>.
IMPORTANT: You may create <your-groups.conf> starting from the /opt/glite/yaim/examples/ig-groups.conf template deployed with ig-yaim.
<vo.d> whole-site vo.d In this directory shuld be the VO name files containing the VO configuration
It's not a mandatory directory. bus should be useful
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<your-users.conf> whole-site ig-users.conf Pool account user mapping.
It's a mandatory file.
It's defined by USERS_CONF variable in <your-site-info.def>.
IMPORTANT: You may create <your-users.conf> starting from the /opt/glite/yaim/examples/ig-users.conf template deployed with ig-yaim, but probably you have to fill it on the base of your site policy on uids/guis. We suggest to proceed as explained here: ”<a href="http://igrelease.forge.cnaf.infn.it/doku.php?id=doc:use_cases:users" title="doc:use_cases:users">Whole site: How to create local users.conf and configure users</a>”.
<your-groups.conf> whole-site ig-groups.conf VOMS group mapping.
It's a mandatory file.
It's defined by GROUPS_CONF variable in <your-site-info.def>.
IMPORTANT: You may create <your-groups.conf> starting from the /opt/glite/yaim/examples/ig-groups.conf template deployed with ig-yaim.
<vo.d> whole-site vo.d In this directory shuld be the VO name files containing the VO configuration
It's not a mandatory directory. bus should be useful
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