Just the facts, ma'am; just the facts ...¶
ssh email@example.com # check recent activity ls -ltr log | tail -5 # check who recently logged in # and that someone else isn't currently doing things ... tail -5 log/logins.log # current state (should be "RUN"/"END" pairs) tail log/run.log # here's the money line ! /grid/fermiapp/minos/scripts/rsync2CVMFS # <flags> <args> # wait patiently .... # current state (should be "RUN"/"END" pairs) tail log/run.log # check the latest log/rsync-<YYMMDD>-<hhmm>.txt file
rsync2CVMFS script does two major functions. First it (selectively) synchronizes sub directories under:
/cvmfs/minos.opensciencegrid.org/minoswhich not copying over files that aren't relevant for use on the grid (some source code, etc).
Secondly, it runs the script
fix_cvmfs_pathswhich modifies (edits) some of the synchronized files to reflect their new location or relevant paths.
Both of these are sandwiched between the relevant calls to:
cvmfs_server transaction minos.opensciencegrid.org # sync & modification happens here cvmfs_server publish minos.opensciencegrid.org
|-d <dir>|| only rsync a specific (allowed) directory
|-m "log message "||prints message as part of logs|
|-t||run in "test" mode|
|-n||no-op ? (differs from -t ?)|
|-V||ah, apparently nothing; sets $VERS which isn't used|
Who To Make Requests To¶
The following are in the
dwd@FNAL.GOV kreymer@FNAL.GOV psail@FNAL.GOV rchen2@FNAL.GOV rhatcher@FNAL.GOV tcarroll@FNAL.GOV willhf@FNAL.GOV wingmc@FNAL.GOV