Difference: LHCComputingGrid (11 vs. 12)

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 Getting access to LHC Computing Grid. One can find a brief introductory material at the RMKI's getting started page, where you can find information on how to get access to LCG. There are also simple examples on that page.

Some more practical information on running a typical job.

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  The Logical File Name (lfn) is resolved by the Logical File Catalogue (lfc) server. You have to specify this:
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export LFC_HOST = lfc-cms-test.cern.ch (for bash), or setenv LFC_HOST lfc-cms-test.cern.ch (for tcsh).
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export LFC_HOST = lfc-cms.cern.ch (for bash), or setenv LFC_HOST lfc-cms.cern.ch (for tcsh).
  Now you can refer to files with their logical file names, which are site-independent. The logical file names have to be unique. A very convenient way to generate them is to imitate the UNIX type file naming scheme. With the command lfc-mkdir one can make logical directories, like
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 If not specified, the current working directory ($PWD) is used, as this is recommended for grid jobs (the working nodes have large disk spaces).
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-- AndrasLaszlo - 19 Mar 2006
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