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1 WP1 Grid Workload Management Massimo Sgaravatto INFN Padova

2 Activities 2001 Driven by deliverables D1.1 Report on current technology Survey on existing Grid tools and frameworks C. Anglano (TO), T. Ferrari, F. Giacomini (CNAF), F. Prelz (MI), M. Sgaravatto (PD) D1.2: Definition of architecture Internal WP1 architecture document F. Giacomini (CNAF) main author Participation to ATF to define the global EDG architecture D1.3: Initial Workload Management System (1 st release) Code released to EDG-Integration Team

3 1 st Release (what and who) UI (User Interface) - DATAMAT Command line for job management operations Job Description Language (JDL) to specify job characteristics and requirements RB (Resource Broker) – Catania Responsible to choose the best resources where to submit jobs based on the constraint specified in the JDL and characteristics and status of resources (published in the Grid Information Service and Replica Catalog)

4 1 st Release (what and who) JSS (Job Submission Service) – Padova Responsible for job management operations II (Information Index) – Milano First filter to the Grid Information Service LB (Logging & Bookkeeping) – CESNET State machine view of each job WP1 – WP2 interfaces - CNAF, PISA Packaging - CNAF, PISA Coordination (internal and with the other WPs) - F. Prelz, M. Sgaravatto

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6 Other 2001 activities Grid Accounting – Torino Economy based model Implementation of a first prototype on- going Advance reservation and co-allocation - CNAF Globus GARA evaluation

7 Planning for 2002 Bug fixes, improvement of functionalities RB – Catania JSS – Padova II – Milano Support for interactive jobs RB – Catania JSS - Padova Grid accounting - Torino Implementation of a prototype system and integration with the workload management system

8 Planning for 2002 Analysis of new and smarter scheduling strategies – Catania Integration of network information in the matchmaking process within RB – CNAF, Catania, Torino Advance reservation and co-allocation - CNAF Triggering of data transfers – Catania, Torino Add the ability to evaluate network throughput and decide on the convenience of transferring data to provide better scheduling options (this may involve some form of network bandwidth reservation)

9 Planning for 2002 Support for partitionable jobs Padova Job dependencies CNAF WP1 – WP2 interfaces Pisa Packaging of WP1 software, Participation to EDG-IT CNAF, Pisa

10 Resources for year 2002 Travel Travel in Italy: 104 K 8 WP1 2-day meetings (Milano) CT (2 people), CNAF (3 people), PD (4 people), PI (2 people), TO (4 people) Integration activities (3 weeks) CT (1 people), MI (1 people), CNAF (2 people), PD (1 people), PI (2 people), TO (2 people) TB INFN-GRID and coordination activities (20 days) MI (1 people), PD (1 people) Conferences and workshops (5 days) MI (1 people), PD (1 people), PI (1 people), TO (2 people)

11 Resources for year 2002 Travel abroad: 153 K 3 EDG workshops (Paris, Edinburgh, ??) CT (2 people), CNAF (3 people), MI (2 people), PD (4 people), PI (2 people), TO (4 people) GGF4 - Toronto (4 days) CT (1 people), CNAF (1 people), MI (1 people), PD (1 people), TO (1 people) GGF6 - USA (4 days) CT (1 people), CNAF (1 people), MI (1 people), PD (1 people), TO (1 people) SC2002 – USA (1 week) MI (1 people), PD (1 people) 7 PTB – CERN MI (1 people), PD (1 people) Coordination – CERN MI (1 people, 20 days), PD (1 people, 15 days) Collaboration with Globus and GGF developers on Information Services MI (1 people, 2 weeks) Collaboration with Globus and GGF developers on Scheduling CT (1 people, 2 weeks) Collaboration with Condor developers PD (1 people, 2 weeks), CNAF (1 people, 2 weeks) Releases - CERN CT (1 people, 5 weeks), PI (1 people, 5 weeks), CNAF (1 people, 7 weeks)


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