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© 2006 Open Grid Forum JSDL Session (CIM Job) OGF 21 - Seattle, 17 October 2007
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© 2006 Open Grid Forum 3 Agenda – CIM Job UML and descriptions from CIM 2.16 http://www.dmtf.org/standards/cim/cim_schema_v216/ http://www.dmtf.org/standards/cim/cim_schema_v216/ Job (and its associated classes) was done in collaboration with DMTF...see OGF document GFD.28 Job Submission Information Model Most of the Job classes in CIM are still marked as experimental because there are insufficient implementations to validate this work...perhaps the JSDL group can change this. Two independent implementations are needed to validate. If changes are needed to the current CIM jobs model, then well make them and return them to DMTF for inclusion in a future version of CIM.
Basic CIM Job Element
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 5 Basic CIM Job A Job represents an executing unit of work. A Job is distinct from a Process in that a Job can be scheduled or queued, and its execution is not limited to a single system. ConcreteJob is the instantiable job class.
Processing & Jobs
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 7 Processing & Jobs Jobs can have Setting Data. JobSettingData represents job characteristics and scheduling information for a CIM_Job. The settings may be applied to a job handling Service, a JobQueue or other destination to which jobs are submitted, and/or to individual CIM_Jobs. The applicability of the settings are defined using the ElementSettingData relationship. Since the Settings may be defined in several contexts and applied to many types of elements, this class is defined as a subclass of SettingData, versus ScopedSettingData. JobDestination represents where a Job is submitted for processing. It can refer to a queue that contains zero or more Jobs. JobDestinations are hosted on Systems similar to the way that Services are hosted on Systems. Also, they may be enabled/disabled similar to Services. JobQueue holds the status and configuration of a job queue. Jobs are held on a queue and can move from queue to queue until being processed. QueueStatisticalData contains the statistical data of a JobQueue. An instance of this class is associated with a specific JobQueue using the inherited ElementStatisticalData relationship. JobProcessingStatistics class records the completion statistics (such as ElapsedTime) and other information for its associated Job. The class will be extended in a future release to include statistics regarding resource utilization. Note that there may be many instances of this class if the Job is recurring (i.e., if its JobRunTimes property is not 1).
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 9 Jobs2 BatchService is a service that provides support for processing BatchJob requests. The basic assumption of this model is that a BatchService accepts a BatchJob for processing via its BatchSAP (service access point). The Job is then placed on a BatchQueue (indicated by the QueueForBatchService association). A System takes Jobs from Queues (indicated by the ExecutionTarget association) and processes them. BatchSAP is the service access point for accessing a BatchService. The relationship between the access point and the service is described by instantiating the ServiceAccessBySAP association. BatchJobGroup describes a collection of BatchJobs that are logically grouped. Two grouping/scheduling concepts are modeled: (1) User grouping: Jobs are logically grouped by the user of the batch system to capture common characteristics. There is no sequencing relationship between the jobs belonging to the Group. The jobs are grouped using the MemberOfCollection association. (2) Job sequencing: An ordered collection of jobs is defined where the jobs are executed in sequence. This captures a simple sequencing relationship for a set of jobs, where the order is defined using the AssignedSequence property of the OrderedMemberOfCollection association. An individual BatchJob can belong to multiple batch job groups. \n" If possible, an instance of OwningCollectionElement SHOULD be created for this JobGroup. However, this association might not exist, given that collections of jobs can move between systems as they execute, and the lifecycle of the owning/controlling entity is not necessarily persisted for the total duration of the collection. However, this can be very useful information when available.
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