|Date:||3 May 2006|
|Author:||CERN GRID Deployment Group (<email@example.com>)|
This document refers to the upgrade between the latest middleware release and the previous one.
Upgrades from LCG-2_7_0 are supported. Upgrades from ealier gLite versions such as gLite 1.5 are not supported.
Between LCG-2_7_0 and gLite 3.0 most of the old lcg-* metapackages have been renamed glite-* (except for lcg-CE, lcg-CE_torque and lcg-RB). There is a manual step, described below, to accommodate this change
rpm http://glitesoft.cern.ch/EGEE/gLite/APT/R3.0/ rhel30 externals Release3.0 updates
> apt-get update
For example, with the WN
rpm -e lcg-WN apt-get install glite-WN
All rpms have had their names changed, except lcg-CE, lcg-CE_torque and lcg-RB. A full list of available rpms is available in the Manual Install Guide http://grid-deployment.web.cern.ch/grid-deployment/documentation/LCG2-Manual-Install/
> apt-get dist-upgradeThis will also upgrade the CA RPMs to the latest release that is in the repository.
The new variables are as follows:
There are numerous new variables for the FTA - please see the separate yaim file examples/fta-info.def for details.
Some parameters have changed for the DPM
so the following are no longer used
DPMMGR DPMUSER_PWD DPMPOOL_NODES
More information is in the yaim example site-info.def file.
Yaim has been renamed glite-yaim and has been relocated to /opt/glite/yaim. Please
> /opt/glite/yaim/scripts/configure_node <site-info.def> <node-type> <node-type> ...
Yaim logs some useful stuff to /tmp/yaim.log (and in the process redirects some errors which previously cluttered its output).
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