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APEL Client/Server 1.8.0
APEL is an accounting tool that collects accounting data from sites participating in the EGI and WLCG infrastructures as well as from sites belonging to other Grid organisations that are collaborating with EGI, including OSG, NorduGrid and INFN.
The accounting information is gathered from different sensors into a central accounting database where it is processed to generate statistical summaries that are available through the EGI/WLCG Accounting Portal.
Statistics are available for view in different detail by Users, VO Managers, Site Administrators and anonymous users according to well defined access rights.
More information on the APEL page.
- [client] Added warning in log if no records are unloaded during a run.
- [parsers] Added optional 'cputmult' factor to HTCondor parser to support its use as a parser for HTCondorCE set ups.
- [server] Added PID/process check to summariser to prevent overlapping runs.
davix is a C++ toolkit for advanced I/O on remote resources with HTTP based protocols.
dCache provides a system for storing and retrieving huge amounts of data, distributed among a large number of heterogeneous server nodes, under a single virtual filesystem tree with a variety of standard access methods.
Detailed release notes on the official product site: https://www.dcache.org/downloads/1.9/release-notes-3.2.shtml
DMLite is a plugin-based C++ framework that gives functionality for namespace management, pool management and i/o access. More information on the website.
Release notes: http://lcgdm.web.cern.ch/dpm-release-111-0
The Dynamic Federations system allows to expose via HTTP and WebDAV a very fast dynamic name space, built on the fly by merging and caching (in memory) metadata items taken from a number of (remote) endpoints. More information.
Release notes: http://lcgdm.web.cern.ch/dynafed-140-released-epel
gfal2 2.16.1 and gfal2-python 1.9.5
GFAL (Grid File Access Library ) is a C library providing an abstraction layer of the grid storage system complexity. The version 2 of GFAL tries to simplify at the maximum the file operations in a distributed environment. The complexity of the grid is hidden from the client side behind a simple common POSIX API.
XRootD software framework is a fully generic suite for fast, low latency and scalable data access, which can serve natively any kind of data, organized as a hierarchical filesystem-like namespace, based on the concept of directory. As a general rule, particular emphasis has been put in the quality of the core software parts.
Detailled release notes at https://github.com/xrootd/xrootd/blob/v4.8.5/docs/ReleaseNotes.txt