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Release Notes for CREAM 1.13

  • CREAM can be optionally configured to use ARGUS as authorization system. The CREAM CE can be configured to use as authorization system:
    • the ARGUS authorization framework OR
    • the grid Java Authorization Framework (gJAF)
In the former case a ARGUS box (usually at site level) where to define policies for the CREAM CE box is needed.

  • Support for glite-cluster. glite-CLUSTER is a node type that can publish information about clusters and subclusters in a site, referenced by any number of compute elements. glite-CLUSTER can be deployed in the same host of the CREAM-CE or in a different one.
The following deployment models are possible:
  • CREAM-CE can be configured without worrying about the glite-CLUSTER node. This can be useful for small sites who don't want to worry about cluster/subcluster configurations because they have a very simple setup. In this case CREAM-CE will publish a single cluster/subcluster. This is called no cluster mode.
  • CREAM-CE can work on cluster mode using the glite-CLUSTER node type. The CREAM-CE can be in the same host or in a different host from the glite-CLUSTER node.
More information about glite-CLUSTER can be found at https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LCG/CLUSTER

  • Initial experimental publishing of computing service information in Glue 2.0 format

-- MassimoSgaravatto - 2011-05-05

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