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A. Retico (CERN) SA1 EGEE 2007 ROC Managers Meeting Budapest, Hungary, 1st October, 2007. Abbreviations for Site-Names in GridView. Short history. End of August:

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A retico cern sa1 egee 2007 roc managers meeting budapest hungary 1st october 2007

A. Retico (CERN)

SA1

EGEE 2007

ROC Managers Meeting

Budapest, Hungary, 1st October, 2007

Abbreviations for Site-Names in GridView


Short history

Short history

  • End of August:

    • Following-up several complaints, GV service administrators asked the Cern roc-on-duty (it was me) for a way to contact all sites in order to agree with them on short names, previously defined, partially and arbitrarily by GV developers (happened to be the same people)

    • I suggested to open a GGUS ticket and let the ROCs reply

    • I (as Cern ROC) opened the ticket on behalf of GV admins. That was a mistake (ticket to be opened by CERN-PROD instead)

    • request perceived as “blessed” by Cern ROC rather that the fix to a production service it was meant to be

  • 1st week of September

    • GV modifies a bit the interface, allowing visualization with GOC DB names.

  • Today:

    • 4 tickets closed (CE,IT,SW,SEE); 2 to be closed (RU, Cern); 3 open (DECH,FR,UKI) ; 2 untouched (NE,AP)

    • no more site IDs shown in GV


Gv current visualization

GV: current visualization

  • Short Names


Gv current visualization1

GV: current visualization

  • Long Names


Gv in development

GV: in development

  • Short names

  • Job Status: site-wise distribution


Gv in development1

GV: in development

  • Long names (site view not available yet)

  • Effect example: “Job Status: RB-wise distribution”


Comments

Comments

  • Original issue: SOLVED

    • All sites are apparently now represented correctly

    • Relevant tickets can IMO be closed

  • GV mapping: UKI ROC’s points are valid

    • Real need for short names?

    • Static mapping should be avoided

  • GV Developers stick to short names

    • Mapping names also in future versions

    • Not clear to me if there is a requirement about that

  • Main users of GV should be also be consulted

    • Requirements to GV come mostly by LCG Management and Quality Assurance

  • Suggestion: move this points to GV with a new ticket

    • A formal request is harder to ignore (as this case has shown)


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