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Monday, May 9
08:30-09:30Registration
09:30-09:45Welcome - Prof. Dr. Reinhard Maschuw / director of Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe
09:45-10:00Introduction, houskeeping, technical ...
10:00-10:45 GridKa site report - Holger Marten, FZK
CASPUR site report – Andrei Maslennikov, CASPUR
TRIUMF site report - Corrie Kost, TRIUMF
10:45-11:15Break
11:15-12:30 SLAC site report - Chuck Boeheim, SLAC
FNAL site report - Lisa Giacchetti, FNAL
CERN site report - Helge Meinhard, CERN
RAL site report - Martin Bly, RAL
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 GSI site report - Walter Schoen, GSI    Video (1GB)
LAL site report - Michel Jouvin, LAL/IN2P3
BNL site report - Chris Hollowell, BNL
INFN Tier1 site report - Andrea Chierici, INFN
15:00-15:30Break
15:30-17:00 Lemon Monitoring – Harry Renshall, CERN
Host and service monitoring at SLAC – Alf Wachsmann, SLAC
Experiences Building a Distributed Monitoring System - Marc Mengel, FNAL
 

 

 
Tuesday, May 10
09:00-10:30 Security Update - Bob Cowles, Stanford
Enstore - Michael Zalokar, FNAL    Abstract
Fresh results on Lustre, AFS and ... ( ppt ,    pdf ) - Andrei Maslennikov, CASPUR
USCMS Update on Use of Ibrix Fusion FS - Lisa Giacchetti, FNAL
10:30-11:15Break
11:15-12:30 Collaboration IHEP ( ppt ,    pdf ) – HEPiX – Guy Wormser, IN2P3
Roundtable: IHEP – HEPiX collaboration. Chair: Alan Silverman
12:30-13:30Lunch
13:30-14:30 Experience Deploying an Xrootd Data Serving Infrastrucure at RAL ( ppt, pdf ) - Chris Brew
FNAL SATA Experiences - Lisa Giacchetti, FNAL
14:30-15:00Break
15:00-17:00 Connecting via video at FNAL are Connie Sieh and Trow Dawson
Scientific Linux, Status report - Jack Schmidt, FNAL
CERN Linux, Status report - Jan Iven, CERN
Roundtable: Scientific Linux. Chair: Alan Silverman
  • Scientific Linux siblings: how to converge?
  • Scientific Linux 4: roll-out and certification
19:30Conference dinner
 
 VRVS - group: transportation - virtual room: car

 

 
Wednesday, May 11
09:00-10:30 Fermi Farms Opteron evaluation – Ken Schumacher, FNAL
Anti Spam activities at GARR ( ppt ,    pdf ) - Michele Michelotto, INFN
SPAM - is there still a problem? - Wolfgang Friebel, DESY
FNAL Central Email Systems - Marc Mengel, FNAL
10:30-11:15Break
11:15-12:30 WIKI - a collaborative documentation tool - Christopher Huhn, GSI
Managing CERN Desktops with SMS 2003 ( ppt,   pdf ) - Michel Christaller, CERN
Plone: FNAL Experiences with Content Management - Marc Mengel, FNAL
12:30-13:30Lunch
13:30-14:30 Cross platform single-sign-on using client certificates - Emmanuel Ormancy, Alberto Pace, CERN
DESY-Registry -- cross-platform user administration - Dirk Jahnke-Zumbusch, DESY
A new graphical management tool for PBS- Michael Gehle, FZK
14:30-15:00Break
15:00-17:00 USATLAS Tier 1 Facility and Service Challenge ( ppt,   pdf ) – Dantong Yu, BNL
LCG Tier2 at LAL and DAPNIA – Michel Jouvin, IN2P3
SC-Overview ( ppt,   pdf ) – Sophie Lemaitre, CERN
LHC service challenges: Tier2 Planning ( ppt,   pdf ) – Sophie Lemaitre, CERN
LCG File catalogs ( ppt,   pdf ) – Jean Philippe Baud, CERN
File Transfer Service and Software ( ppt,   pdf ) – Sophie Lemaitre, CERN
Disk Pool Manager ( ppt,   pdf ) – Jean Philippe Baud, CERN
Roundtable: Integrating Tier2 sites. Chair: Kors Bos
 
 VRVS - group: transportation - virtual room: car

 

 
Thursday, May 12 and Friday, May 13
Workshop on batch systems (Chair: Tony Cass)
A key aim of this workshop is to enhance communications between users and developers of local resource scheduling systems and Grid-level resource scheduling. At present, HEP sites use a variety of local resouce schedulers to maintain fine-grained control over heterogeneous local resources according to site policies. At the Grid level, however, the scheduling often treats all resources at a site as homogeneous and equally available to all VOs. Can we improve Grid level scheduling to reflect the fine-grained level of control locally? If so, how? If not, what will be the impact on local operations in the future?
09:00-12:30Thursday
How are local batch schedulers used at HEP sites?
13:30-18:00Thursday
Local and Grid Schedulers: Status & Plans
09:00-12:00Friday
Developing a common batch interface
 

 

 
Thursday, May 12
09:00-09:05Introduction ( ppt,   pdf ) – Tony Cass
09:05-09:25Batch Scheduling at SLAC (LSF) – Neal Adams
09:25-09:45Batch scheduling at RAL (Torque/Maui) – Martin Bly
09:45-10:05Batch scheduling at LESC (SGE) – David McBride
10:05-10:25Batch scheduling at JLAB – Sandy Philpott
10:25-10:45Batch scheduling at IN2P3 (BQS) – Bernard Chambon    Abstract
10:45-11:15Break
11:15-11:35Batch scheduling at FNAL – Ken Schumacher
11:35-11:55Batch scheduling at DESY (SGE) – Andreas Haupt
11:55-12:15Batch scheduling at CERN (LSF) – Tim Bell
12:15-12:30Batch scheduling at BNL – Alex Withers
12:30-13:30Lunch
13:30-14:00Some thoughts on how (not) to organise local and grid scheduling – Jeff Templon, NIKHEF
14:00-14:30BQS for the Grid – Yves Fouilhé, , IN2P3
BQS and the GRID : problems and solutions – Julien    Abstract
14:30-15:00LoadLeveler – Roland Kunz, IBM
15:00-15:30LSF – Christopher Smith, Platform Computing
15:30-16:00Break
16:00-16:30PBS – Ralf Eichmann, Altair Computing
16:30-17:00Sun Grid Engine – Andreas Haas, Sun
17:00-17:30Condor – Todd Tannenbaum, University of Wisconsin
17:30-18:00EGEE Batch Local ASCII Helper (BLAHP) – David Rebatto, INFN
 

 

 
Friday, May 13
09:00-09:30GLUE Schema: Status & plans – Laurence Field, CERN
09:30-10:30Discussion & Plans
10:30-11:00Break
11:00-11:30A proposal for standardising the working environment for a LCG/EGEE job – David Bouvet, IN2P3
11:30Discussion & Plans
12:00Closing
 

 

 
 
 
 
     

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