> Phil, I see your point that the T1 will dominate so perhaps just
> linking to the T1 storage stats from the GridPP Storage web page and
> changing your titles to T2 is enough for now.
I'll talk to Phil and arrange something.
> The T1 guys might be interested in how you collect stats though.
All stats are collected from the information system.
e.g to get the storage from Royal Holloway University.
ldapsearch -LLL -x -h se1.pp.rhul.ac.uk -p 2135 -b "mds-vo-name=local,
o=grid" "GlueSAAccessControlBaseRule=lhcb" GlueSAStateAvailableSpace
to get storage type at Brunel University
ldapsearch -LLL -x -h dgc-grid-34.brunel.ac.uk -p 2135 -b
"mds-vo-name=local, o=grid" "GlueSAAccessControlBaseRule=dteam"
Evaluating whether a site has a srm or classic se is a bit more involved.
I've got to look for sites with srm in the name , then filter the uk sites
and then remove RAL tier 1 to have only tier 2 UK sites remaining. Then I
parse the names looking for domains such as ed.ac or ral to evaluate
whether Edinburgh or RAL ppd have an srm respectively.The avove method obviously makes assumptions as to what sites are going to
call their srm boxes (i.e. they have to have 'srm', their traditional site
domain name and 'uk' in the URL), but it works for now.
> BTW I detest non-zero axes!!
I'm using ROOT, if you know how to force a zero axis on the Ordinate, then
let me know.
As Phil said were pretty flexible about the information that should be
included so any ideas can be chewed over.