> If you don't publish SHARE for a VO then the #cpus and cores will appear as 0 for that VO.
How does a 0 for #cpus affect a VO? Will VOs (if they are paying any
attention to the information system), read this as "no resources for you
here" or as "opportunistic use only for your VO at this site" (seeing as
you are bothering to publish something about that VO at your site you
assume you provide some support for it).
Lancaster is predominantly an atlas site, so giving atlas a share of 93%
(from the hardware numbers) seems about right. But we also support 17
other VOs on one of our CEs. If we gave each of these a minimum share of
1... well I think you can see where I'm going.
I think the crux of my query is do I just need to explicitly write out
the share for the "major players" at my site?
Cheers, and have a good weekend all,
> I've asked Laurence to produce a page which explicitly shows the shares for each site.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Testbed Support for GridPP member institutes [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Winnie Lacesso
> Sent: 11 February 2011 14:28
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Publishing VO shares in gstat
> Happy Friday!
>> From: Jeremy Coles <[log in to unmask]>
>> Subject: Publishing VO shares in gstat & Jan availability figures
>> I have just taken a snapshot (http://tinyurl.com/5tmecj3 - the ALL VOs
>> column is taken from the tool. The total LHC column is simply the sum
>> over the LHC VO columns) and this suggests the following sites are not
>> yet publishing anything:
> Bristol was in scheduled MAINT on 10 Feb, all nodes down most of day.
> Up now & all well.
>> If you want to look yourself then use this link:
>> Select the VO to check (top left) and then scroll to your site (or use
>> search). The total figure
> I'm so sorry, Doctor, but what are we to see on that page w.r.t. VO
> And what's missing after "The total figure" ?
>> If you believe that your site is publishing yet appearing in this list
>> please could you contact me.