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Extended Release Notes for WMS 3.4.0

1) Supported platforms
2) Major changes
3) Known Issues

1) Supported platforms

Scientific Linux 5.x x86_64

Scientific Linux 6.x x86_64

2) Major changes

- Enabled Argus-based access control using the glite-CE/WN profile

- Integrated EMIR-SERP with existing service configuration and deployment on the server side. The WMS is able to register to an EMIR instance specified by configuration.

- Removed provision of WMProxy Java API, UI C++ API, UI Java API

Configuration Changes

To enable publication of service records to the EMI service registry, set in the site_info.def the following variables:

BDII_EMIR_ENABLE=yes

BDII_EMIR_SERP_PERIOD=1 # refresh rate in hours

BDII_EMIR_SERP_VALIDITY=2 # validity of the records in hours

BDII_EMIR_HOST=http://somehost:someport

and run:

/opt/glite/yaim/bin/yaim -r -f config_emir_serp -s siteinfo_/site-info.def

Already introduced with EMI WMS 3.4.0:

USE_ARGUS=no

ARGUS_PEPD_ENDPOINTS="https://emitestbed30.cnaf.infn.it:8154/authz"

3) Known issues

To enable submission to the ARC CE using GRAM, a version of HTCondor >= 7.8.6 is needed. The EMI-3 release of the WMS ships with Condor-emi 7.8.0. HTCondor 7.8.6 has been verified to be binary compatible with 7.8.0. Just upgrade to 7.8.6 and submission to ARC will be enabled.

-- MarcoCecchi - 2012-06-22

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