What is POMS¶
The Production Operations Management System (POMS) is a project to design a service which assists production teams and analysis groups of experiments in their MC production and DATA processing.
POMS provides a web interface that enables automated jobs submission on distributed resources according customers’ requests and subsequent monitoring and recovery of failed submissions, debugging and record keeping.
The system is interfaced to SAM for the data handling and FIFEmon for monitoring.
The ultimate goal is the most efficient utilization of all computing resources available to experiments, while providing a simple and transparent interface between users and the complexity of the grid.
Project Development Team & Mailing Lists¶
- Anna Mazzacane
- Yuyi Guo
- Marc Mengel
- Margherita Vittone
- Steve White
- Vladimir Podstavkov
Team mailing list : firstname.lastname@example.org
Basic information on using the POMS web interface.
If new to computing at Fermilab, please read: FIFE Wiki page Welcome New Computing Users
The production instance of POMS is at https://pomsgpvm01.fnal.gov/poms/
Topics for people developing POMS.
If you don't find your question here, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
- Table of contents
- What is POMS
- Project Development Team & Mailing Lists
- User Guide for POMS
- POMS Internals
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Release Notes
- Experimenters Corner
- Developers Corner
- Technical Designs
- Webservice Architecture
- Testing Notes
- Technical Meetings
- Database Schema
- POMS Re-factorization
- Useful links
- Deploying a POMS server instance for development
- GitFlow Documentation
- Proxy setup
- Test Suite Work
- On-Call Guide
- Production Deployment
- Deployment with virtualenv
- Archiving Proposal
- Analysis Use Proposal
- Data Movement Proposal
- Deprecated stuff
The user can find documentation about how to use the service, create their campaigns, launch templates, job types and launch jobs.
How to get help/Give feedback¶
- Fife Newsletter Article
- FIFE Workshop Slides:https://cdcvs.fnal.gov/redmine/documents/1070
Individual Page Help¶
- CampaignLayerInfo what do you need to know to add a CampaignLayer
- Help Screens
Old Developers page
We have moved our weekly technical meetings at 3:00PM. Agenda and room meeting info will be sent every week.
Meeting minutes are available here.
The team mailing list is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nova style submitting yourself but telling poms¶
Somewhat terse meetign minutes are available off of the MeetingMinutes page.