Once you have configured
reflect your site’s configuration, you may test that the info
provider produces meaningful results.
Run the info-provider script should produce GLUE information in LDIF format; for example:
/opt/d-cache/libexec/infoProvider/info-based-infoProvider.sh# # LDIF generated by Xylophone v0.1 # # XSLT processing using libxslt 1.0 (http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/) # dn: GlueSEUniqueID=dcache-host.example.org,mds-vo-name=resource,o=grid objectClass: GlueSETop objectClass: GlueSE objectClass: GlueKey objectClass: GlueSchemaVersion GlueSEStatus: Production GlueSEUniqueID: dcache-host.example.org GlueSEArchitecture: multidisk GlueSEImplementationName: dcache Many similar lines follow
The actual values you see will be site-specific and depend on
the contents of the
glue-1.3.xml file and
your dCache configuration.
To verify that there are no problems, redirect standard-out to
/dev/null to show only
the error messages:
If you see two error messages, which may be repeated several times, of the form:
/opt/d-cache/libexec/infoProvider/info-based-infoProvider.sh >/dev/nullerror : Operation in progress warning: failed to load external entity "http://localhost:2288/info"
then it is likely that either the
service have not been started. Use the above
wget test to check that both services are
running. You can also see which services are available by
running the command: