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General information



  • CentOS Stream 8 now the recommended OS for new installations
  • C8->CS8 migrations recommended
  • CS9 will be supported by CERN and FNAL
  • middleware: recommended path is C7->CS9 (we will probabily skip CS8)
  • new release
    • ARC-CE 6.13.0 bug fixes release
    • Xrootd 5.3.1 bug fixes release
    • CERN EOS 5.0.2 new release of EOS Open Storage which provides a storage solution large amounts of physics data and user files, with a focus on interactive and batch analysis.
    • dCache 6.2.31 security vulnerability fix
    • Infrastructure Manager Nagios probe 1.3.1
    • GridFTP 13.21.1 minor bug fix of some Globus packages
    • gfal2 2.19.2 regular update of the gfal clientes
    • gfal2-utils 1.6.0 regular update of the gfal2-utils clientes
    • EGI CVMFS 3.3.16 new release for the EGI default configuration meta-package configured for EGI.
    • CVMFS 2.8.2 patch release containing bug fixes for clients and new diagnostics commands for the client.
    • HTCondor 9.0.1 New major release of HTCondor
    • HTCondor-CE 5.1.3 New Major Reelase of the HTCondor-CE

Preview repository

  • released on 2021-06-10
  • released on 2021-08-11
    • Preview 2.35.0 (CentOS 7): APEL SSM 3.2.1, DPM/DMLite 1.15.0 and 1.15.1, frontier-squid 4.15.2, xrootd 5.3.0
  • We plan to stop the release of Preview since it doesn't seem to be used very much, and it is also easier to catch the last version of the products from EPEL or the product teams repos, prior the release in UMD.




Feedback from DMSU

New Known Error Database (KEDB)

The KEDB has been moved to Jira+Confluence:

  • problems are tracked with Jira tickets to better follow-up their evoulution
  • problems can be registered by DMSU staff and EGI Operations team

Monthly Availability/Reliability

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