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gLite 3.2

gLite VOMS server (MySQL backend version)



Description
VOMS (Virtual Organization Membership Service) serves as a central repository for user authorization information, providing support for sorting users into a general group hierarchy, keeping track of their roles, etc. Its functionality may be compared to that of a Kerberos KDC server. The VOMS Admin service is a web application providing tools for administering member databases for VOMS, the Virtual Organization Membership Service.

VOMS Admin provides an intuitive web user interface for daily administration tasks and a SOAP interface for remote clients. (The entire functionality of the VOMS Admin service is accessible via the SOAP interface.) The Admin package includes a simple command­-line SOAP client that is useful for automating frequently occurring batch operations, or simply to serve as an alternative to the full blown web interface. It is also useful for bootstrapping the service.

This VOMS server uses MySQL as a backend.

Documentation
Installation and Configuration guide html
Generic Installation and Configuration guide html
VOMS Core User and Reference Guide pdf
VOMS Admin Tools User and Reference Guide html
Please also see the common 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 gLite VOMS_mysql is available in RPM format. The recommended installation is via the gLite YUM repository. The necessary information can be found in the Installation and Configuration guide (see documentation above).

Configuration
VOMS server is now configured via YAIM. The necessary information can be found in the Installation and Configuration guide (see documentation above).

Upgrading from the gLite 3.1 release series


Please pay close attention to the instructions in the Installation and configuration guide (see above).

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

More information about the YUM installation in general can be found here.


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

Released Versions

Version Date Priority Update details List of RPMs
3.2.0-3.sl5 03.05.2010 Normal Details RPM list