GGUS:TPM

From EGIWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
GGUS-logo.jpg

GGUS wiki / GGUS Documentation

Contents

GGUS-TPM


Using GGUS System

TPM Notification

Communication with User

Other situation where users will receive updates

Escalating GGUS Tickets

There are 3 escalation levels for GGUS tickets

  1. Escalate to the support unit. This is the first level of escalation. It will send an e-mail to the unit, prompting them for some action. Most often a reminder to the unit is enough to trigger action.
  2. Escalate to TPM and unit. This is the second level of escalation. It will involve the TPM who will closely monitor the progress of the ticket. The unit is also further prompted for action at the same time.
  3. Escalate to GGUS. This is the third and last level of escalation. It will involve GGUS itself who will investigate why there was no satisfactory progress on the ticket. The unit and the TPM are also notfied at the same time.

New Tickets

Assist ticket resolution

The TPM should do all that is possible to solve the ticket. If the TPM cannot solve the ticket, there are also things the TPM can do to help expedite the process.

To help solve the problem, the TPM can

  1. Verify if that the issue is not a usage mistake
    • Check documentation, manuals, options

To clarify the issue before forwarding to SU, the TPM can

  1. ask for the verbose output of the command
  2. ask related log or configuration files if available
  3. also see service or software problem below.

Determine if this is service (site), software or experiment Issue

If the issue seems to be experiment specific, involving tools and/or services that are unique to one experiment, then the ticket should be assigned to the 'VO Support' ('VO Support' in case of an issue for ATLAS, ALICE, CMS and LHCb, or their own 'VO Support' for other VO).

To help determine if the problem is site specific or a general problem with the middleware, the following steps can be taken

  1. Try to reproduce the same error
    • if using the same service(site node) fails, then
  2. Try at another site to make sure it is not a local problem
    • If the test succeeds, then this may indicate a site specific problem, so assign to responsible NGI (or ROC) and notify the affected site if available
    • If test fails, then it can possibly be a problem with a core service (LFC, VOMS, RB, BDII, ...)
  3. Try using another core service
    • If this still fails, then this could be a Middleware problem. In this case assign the ticket to the DMSU.

If a ticket is related to another ticket

If another ticket already exists that refers to the same problem then do the following:

  1. Notify the submitter that a duplicate ticket exists by adding a comment in the public diary
    • ticket #NNNN reports the same problem
  2. Mark one ticket as "Master" and the other one as "Slave"

Middleware Tickets

After you determin that this ticket is a software bug, assign the ticket to DMSU.

How to see if a ticket is to be assigned to NGI

How to check the ticket is to be assigned to OSG or an NGI/ROC. Please follow the procedure to execute it.

  1. Please check the drop-down list of the field "Notify site" and select the site. This drop-down menu
  2. If you need to know the site a given host is located
    • pleas click the question mark right of the "notify site" label. A new search window opens where you can query the GOCDB for the hostnames.
Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Navigation
Toolbox
Print/export