Difference between revisions of "Updating Oasis for the GlueX VO"
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The cronjob that updates Oasis is run at 1 am, 7 am, 1 pm, and 7 pm every day by the gluex account on sandd1.jlab.org. The script is
The script performs an rsync from several areas on /group/halld at JLab to the central Oasis server maintained by the OSG. It uses a user account on that that server assigned to the GlueX VO which contains a public key allowing login from the gluex account on sandd1.jlab.org. The authorized_keys file on the OSG server identifies sandd1.jlab.org by IP number, not IP name.
The areas rsync'ed are:
|container build directory||/group/halld/Software/builds/Linux_CentOS7-x86_64-gcc4.8.5-cntr/|
|container recent build directory||/group/halld/Software/builds/Linux_CentOS7-x86_64-gcc4.8.5-cntr/recent/|
|CentOS 8 container build directory||/group/halld/Software/builds/Linux_CentOS8-x86_64-gcc8.3.1-cntr/|
These areas on the group disk get rsync'ed to
on the Oasis server. They appear under the Oasis CVMFS share as
Note that some of these directories have "exclude" directives in their respective rsync commands; not every file at JLab will appear on Oasis.
After all directories have been rsync'ed, the
osg-oasis-update command is executed on the Oasis server, but only if files have been transferred during the runs of rsync.