Please note that the site-info.def provided by yaim is just an example.
However, it will be changed to "dteam" soon, exactly for avoiding this kind of confusions.
From: LHC Computer Grid - Rollout on behalf of Ramon Bastiaans
Sent: Thu 4/26/2007 10:05 AM
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Subject: Re: [LCG-ROLLOUT] A query about site-info.def
As I understand it, the syntax is:
<QUEUE>_GROUP_ENABLE="<vo> <vo> <vo>"
So you just specify it once for each queue and include all the VOs,
space separated. So in your example, it wouldn't make sense to add the
ops VO to the DTEAM queue.
But that's really up to your local queue configuration.
> Dear All,
> As with the new version of yaim, site-info.def has also been changed. I
> want to ask that in that file, there exists a portion containing lines
> such as:
> My question is:
> If we have six VOs, is it necessary to define that line six times with
> the corresponding VO name?
> if yes, then why in the example site-info.def file, as mentioned above,
> both OPS_GROUP_ENABLE and DTEAM_GROUP_ENABLE have been assigned with the
> same value i.e. "ops"?? why not "ops" to OPS_GROUP_ENABLE and "dteam" to
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