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> -----Original Message-----
> From: LHC Computer Grid - Rollout [mailto:LCG-
> [log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Kejun (Kevin) Dong
> Sent: 28 April 2007 09:01
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> Subject: Re: [LCG-ROLLOUT] How to configure RGMA Server?
> Hi Eygene,
> Thank you for your reply.
> As I know, there is a rgma-gin daemon in ce/se as a rgma client. Which
> is the relationship between rgma and apel?
> In siteinfo.def file, I also find a line about apel password, should I
> define the password of mysql server in rgma server?
> I am still not clear though I have looked into the material in rgma
> Best Regards,
> > Kejun, good day.
> > Sat, Apr 28, 2007 at 09:10:40AM +0800, Kejun (Kevin) Dong wrote:
> >> But we can't find any data from RGMA Server.
> > I assume that you are trying to query the RGMA but it returns no
> > data? If yes, then do you have some data producers (such as Apel
> > on the Computing Element) that are exporting the data to your
> > R-GMA server? Do you have some records in your local database
> > (MySQL, I assume)?
> >> In the glite-rgma-common.cfg.xml file, we use our rgma server dns
> >> rgma server/rgma schema server/rgma register server. I don't know
> >> is reasonable.
> > I think that you're messing up the R-GMA server and the R-GMA
> > registry. The former is just the server that holds the data, and
> > the latter is the instance that glues many distributed R-GMA servers
> > together: it is used for the discovery of the real R-GMA server
> > that holds the data. For the EGEE production needs there is only
> > one (to my knowledge) R-GMA registry server --
> > But it is running default-to-deny mode, so you should at least
> > register within the service to publish your data locations there.
> > Though I am not sure that the production LCG Registry will accept
> > the testbed hosts. This needs to be checked with the service
> > administrators.
> > Perhaps there are some Registries for the testbed needs, or you
> > will need to install one (and the Schema server as well) by
> >> Now I am also wondering what should we do to sync our rgma server
> >> global RGMA server and also with our rgma client server such as ce
> > See http://www.r-gma.org/arch-virtual.html for the architecture
> > explanation.