Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of GIMIv1.1Tutorial/Toirods


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10/15/12 23:30:59 (7 years ago)
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    3232In GIMI, [https://www.irods.org/ iRODS] is used as the repository for measurement data. At the moment our iRODS data system consist of three servers (RENCI, NICTA, and UMass) and a metadata catalog (located at RENCI).
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    3637=== D.2 Storing data on iRODS ===
     
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    86 === D.2.2 iRODS web interface:
     87=== D.2.2 iRODS web interface ===
    8788iRODS also provides a nice and easy to use [https://www.irods.org/web/index.php web interface], which we will explore in the following.
    8889  * Point the browser in your user workspace to the following link: https://www.irods.org/web/index.php
     
    9697  * The following screenshot shows an example for the web interface: [[Image(wiki:GIMIv1.0Tutorial:irods_screen.png)]]
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    100101=== D.3 IRODS and OML ===
    101102In GIMI we have enabled an option in OML2.8 that allows the execution of script. We use this functionality to automatically save measurement results in IRODS after a measurement has successfully completed.
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    103106=== D.4 DISCLAIMER ===
    104107The iRODS service we are offering within the scope of GIMI does NOT guarantee 100% reliable data storage (i.e., we do NOT back up the data). If you are performing your own experiments and want to use iRODS you are absolutely welcome but be aware that we do NOT guarantee recovery from data loss.
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    108111=== 6)  Move selected collected measurements and other artifacts from storage service to long-term archive service ===