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APEL Client/Server 1.9.0
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 AMS support. Requires at least SSM version 3.2.0.
- [server] Added ability to alter the number of records unloaded per message.
- [server] Added logging of the record type being loaded.
- Added python-dirq to RPM package dependencies.
- Fixed mistake in storage accounting schema.
- Added linting to RPM build process.
Secure STOMP Messenger (SSM) is designed to simply send messages using the STOMP protocol or via the ARGO Messaging Service (AMS). Messages are signed and may be encrypted during transit. Persistent queues should be used to guarantee delivery.
SSM is written in Python. Packages are available for RHEL 7 and Ubuntu Trusty.
The installation and configuration guide is available here: https://github.com/apel/ssm
Check also the EGI wiki for more information about APEL SSM.
- Added logging of what certificate DNs/subjects are being used to facilitate troubleshooting.
- Added stomp.py as .deb package dependency to avoid broken installations.
- Refactored code to enable simpler external calls and better testing.
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/v5.1.1/docs/ReleaseNotes.txt