Category Archives: GSoC 2009

Google Summer of Code 2009

Google Summer of Code end: code upload and acknowledgement

The Google Summer of Code 2009 final evaluation deadline is today; 19 UTC. I don’t have time to summarize my summer here now, but there are two things I want to say to the world. First, I want to thank many people for enriching my summer. Second, I would like to announce the Clobi project on Google Code. Continue reading

new system successfully tested: “Distribution of High Performance Computing Jobs among Multiple Computing Clouds”

Hello you out there!

I just started running the first serious test of the system I’ve developed during this year’s Google Summer of Code. If I wanted to put it in sensational words, the test could be called “Distribution of Particle Physics High Performance Computing Jobs among Multiple Computing Clouds”; just to get some readers :-). During the test, there will be some time I just sit around and watch my monitor, so I decided to share my experience about the new system with you and keep record of the test progress within this blog post. Continue reading

CernVM: local ATLAS Software — the clean solution

In my blog post CernVM: how to set up a local ATLAS Software Release, I presented a brutal approach how to override CVMFS (CernVM‘s filesystem with HTTP backend) to install a local ATLAS Software release. Now I worked out a very clean and smooth solution. This approach allows:

  • to use the local ATLAS Software without “hacking” anything
  • to use local software and software provided by CVMFS at the same time.

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