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gLite 3.1

gLite CREAM



Description
The CREAM (Computing Resource Execution And Management) Service is a simple, lightweight service for job management operation at the Computing Element (CE) level.

CREAM accepts job submission requests (which are described with the same JDL language used to describe the jobs submitted to the Workload Management System) and other job management requests (e.g. job cancellation, job monitoring, etc).

CREAM can be used by the Workload Management System (WMS), via the ICE service, or by a generic client, e.g. an end-user willing to directly submit jobs to a CREAM CE. For the latter user case a C++ command line interface and Java clients are available.

CREAM exposes a web service interface.


Documentation
For further details on the cream CE, please check the CREAM project homepage.

For general instructions on installation and configuration, please check the gLite CREAM 3.1 SL4 Update Guide

For a technical summary of the cream CE service, please check the cream CE service reference card.

For specific instructions on YAIM configuration:
  • Check the list of YAIM variables to configure the cream CE in the site-info variables YAIM wiki
  • Check the configuration notes on the cream CE in the YAIM guide. There you'll find useful information on:
    • Configuration with batch servers
    • BLparser configuration (that *MUST* be done after configuring CREAM)
    • How to apply updates
Known Issues
Please pay attention to the known issues.


Supported platform
The gLite 3.1 software stack is supported on Scientific Linux 4 (SL4).


Installation
The gLite CREAM is available in RPM format. The recommended installation is via the gLite YUM repository. You can find the installation instructions here.
RPM Installation via YUM
The yum-module name is creamCE.

More information about the YUM installation can be found here.


Installation via individual RPMs
For the list of RPMs needed to install the CREAM Node, please see individual version below.

Released Versions

Version Date Priority Update details List of RPMs
3.1.26-0.slc4 05.07.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.24-0 16.03.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.23-0 18.02.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.22-0 11.01.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.21-0 22.10.2009 Normal Rolled-back NA
3.1.20-0 06.10.2009 High Details RPM list
3.1.19-0 31.08.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.18-0 24.08.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.17-0 29.07.2009 High Details RPM list
3.1.16-0 06.07.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.14-0 24.08.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.13-0 11.05.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.12-0 29.04.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.11-0 08.04.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.10-0 27.03.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.9-0 25.02.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.8-0 04.02.2009 High Details RPM list
3.1.7-0 16.01.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.6-0 16.12.2008 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.5-0 26.11.2008 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.4-0 14.11.2008 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.3-0 16.08.2008 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.2-0 01.10.2008 Normal Details RPM list
3.1.1-0 01.10.2008 Normal Initial Release RPM list