AMGA is a generic metadata catalogue that is intended to provide access to relational data for a wide range of applications. The main features of the AMGA catalogue are high performance access to relational databases, especially on WAN connections. An SQL-like query language providing most of the features of modern SQL dialects provides complex joins and includes string and mathematical functions. This query language serves to hide the differences of various vendor dialects of SQL and is translated into the correct dialect of the back-end. In addition this query language allows to implement a fine grained access control, which is based on the built-in support for user and group management. VOMS groups and roles are supported.


Links to the service documentation:

gLite R3.1 sl4_i386


Please check the Configuration and Intallation Guide for gLite R3.1

You use can this Yum repo file to install glite-AMGA_postgres in gLite R3.1.

End of Standard UpdatesEnd of Security Updates
19/05/2011 19/05/2011

Released Versions

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Versions released on the old site

The versions released on the old side have not been migrated to the new one for glite-AMGA_postgres R3.1 sl4_i386. You can find them in the sevice page of the old site.