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Laboratório de Instrumentação em Física Experimental de Partículas

By G. Borges, M. David, J. Gomes, J. Lopez, P. Rey, A. Simon, D. Kant, K. M. Sephton, Lisboa Portugal and Oxfordshire Uk

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Abstract. The Enabling Grids for E-SciencE (EGEE) is the world largest operating grid infrastructure in place serving thousands of world wide multi-science users with robust, reliable and secure grid services. In order to integrate a large number of institutions, often with different setups and configurations, the EGEE middleware, gLite, must cope with a broad set of local requirements, such as the site Local Resource Management System (LRMS). This paper presents the work developed to integrate Sun Grid Engine (SGE), a Sun open source resource management software, with the EGEE middleware, allowing to increase the gLite offer, and easing the integration of new clusters in EGEE infrastructure. 1 The EGEE infrastructure The Enabling Grids for E-Science [1] is a partially funded European project in the framework of the 6 th Information Society Technology (IST) programme. Its fundamental goal is the deployment of a Pan-European grid infrastructure for all fields of science, where the resources available to general users are supporte

Year: 2013
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