Difference: WmsxExample (14 vs. 15)

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META TOPICPARENT name="WmsxSoftware"

WMSX examples

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Note: There is an installed copy of WMSX software on the KFKI AFS. To activate it, follow the instructions of that homepage.
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Note1: There is an installed copy of WMSX software on the KFKI AFS. To activate it, follow the instructions of that homepage.
 
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Note: If your home directory is located on AFS, it is advised to source the following shell script before logging on to the Grid:
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Note2: The WMSX can work without the User Interface environment. For this, you only need an installed copy of WMSX on your computer, the usual ~/.globus/usercert.pem, ~/.globus/userkey.pem files and the ~/.glite directory as on any User Interface machine, plus you need to provide the ~/.globus/certificates directory, which can be obtained from any User Interface machine from /etc/grid-security/certificates. These files and directories can also be relocated by the X509_USER_CERT, X509_USER_KEY, GLITE_USER_HOME and X509_CERT_DIR environmental variables.

Note3: If your home directory is located on AFS, it is advised to source the following shell script before logging on to the Grid:

 
## Make new .globus directory and export it:
chmod  -R  755  /tmp/$USER/globus  >&/dev/null
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 mkdir -p /tmp/$USER/globus cp $HOME/.globus/usercert.pem /tmp/$USER/globus/ cp $HOME/.globus/userkey.pem /tmp/$USER/globus/
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cp $HOME/.globus/certificates /tmp/$USER/globus/
 export X509_USER_CER=/tmp/$USER/globus/usercert.pem export X509_USER_KEY=/tmp/$USER/globus/userkey.pem
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export X509_CERT_DIR=/tmp/$USER/globus/certificates
 ## Make new .glite directory and export it: chmod -R 755 /tmp/$USER/glite >&/dev/null rm -rf /tmp/$USER/glite
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 mkdir -p /tmp/$USER/globus cp $HOME/.globus/usercert.pem /tmp/$USER/globus/ cp $HOME/.globus/userkey.pem /tmp/$USER/globus/
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cp $HOME/.globus/certificates /tmp/$USER/globus/
 setenv X509_USER_CER /tmp/$USER/globus/usercert.pem setenv X509_USER_KEY /tmp/$USER/globus/userkey.pem
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setenv X509_CERT_DIR /tmp/$USER/globus/certificates
 ## Make new .glite directory and export it: chmod -R 755 /tmp/$USER/glite >&/dev/null rm -rf /tmp/$USER/glite mkdir -p /tmp/$USER/glite cp -rd $HOME/.glite/* /tmp/$USER/glite/ setenv GLITE_USER_HOME /tmp/$USER/glite
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(for tcsh). This ensures that the necessary files are accessible even after your AFS tickets expire (as they are copied to some local directory).
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(for tcsh). This ensures that the necessary files are accessible even after your AFS tickets expire (as they are copied to some local directory). You could also put these inside a shell function or alias in your .bashrc or .tcshrc, like:
### Function to export the grid stuff in $HOME to the /tmp/$USER:
exportlocal()
{
    # ... the above stuff comes here ...
}
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### Alias to export the grid stuff in $HOME to the /tmp/$USER:
alias  exportlocal  \
# ... the above stuff comes here, but put ' ; \' instead of new line, and continue in next line ...
(for tcsh).
 

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