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gLite 3.2

gLite LCG File Catalog (LFC) for MySQL



Description

The LFC (LCG File Catalog) is a data catalog containing logical to physical file mappings. Depending on the VO deployment model, the LFC is installed centrally or locally.

The LFC is a secure catalog, supporting GSI security and VOMS. In the LFC, a given file is represented by a Grid Unique IDentifier (GUID). A given file replicated at different sites is then considered as the same file, thanks to this GUID, but (can) appear as a unique logical entry in the LFC catalog.

This version uses MySQL as a database backend.


Documentation

For all the documentation of this service, please refer to the DPM/LFC documentation page.

Please see also the general gLite documentation page

Known Issues
Please pay attention to the known issues.


Supported platform
The gLite 3.2 software stack is supported on Scientific Linux 5 (SL5).


Installation
The service is available in RPM format. The recommended installation is via the gLite YUM repository.

RPM Installation via YUM
The yum-module name is glite-LFC_mysql.

More information about gLite 3.2 Installation and Configuration can be found here.


Installation via individual RPMs
For the list of RPMs needed to install the service, please see the individual versions below.


Released Versions

Version Date Priority Update details List of RPMs
3.2.7-2.sl5 21.07.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.2.6-1.sl5 30.06.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.2.5-0 24.03.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.2.4-0 08.02.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.2.3-0 07.01.2010 Normal Details RPM list
3.2.2-0 22.09.2009 Normal Details RPM list
3.2.1-0 27.07.2009 Normal Details RPM list