Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of GIMIv3/Documentation


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05/27/14 17:58:57 (5 years ago)
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    2727In GIMI, we use iRODS as the back-end system to provide archive and automated processing functions to experimenters. We configured two iRODS instances, one as the production data system, the other as the environment for development purposes. The production system has the iCAT running on geni-gimi.renci.org, and two data servers running on geni-gimi.renci.org and emmy9.casa.umass.edu. geni-gimi.renci.org is currently allocated with ~2TB disk space, which can be further increased depending on its usage.
    28 To interact with iRODS, various user interfaces are provided. For example, iCommand ([https://wiki.irods.org/index.php/icommands]) provides a UNIX-like command line interface to users who are already familiar with UNIX commands (such as ls, cp, rm, etc). iRODS also provides a rich set of APIs. For example, Jargon, a JAVA client API for iRODS, provides the REST functions so that GENI experimenters can easily create their iRODS accounts via the GENI portal. iRODS is equipped with a power rule language and rule engine. We developed iRODS policies and rules that recognize metadata files created based on specific schemas and automate data ingestion to help experimenters more efficiently organize and share their data.
     28To interact with iRODS, various user interfaces are provided. For example, iCommand ([https://wiki.irods.org/index.php/icommands]) provides a UNIX-like command line interface to users who are already familiar with UNIX commands (such as ls, cp, rm, etc). iRODS also provides a rich set of APIs. For example, Jargon, a JAVA client API for iRODS, provides the REST functions so that GENI experimenters can easily create their iRODS accounts via the GENI portal. iRODS is equipped with a powerful rule language and rule engine. We developed iRODS policies and rules that recognize metadata files created based on specific schemas and automate data ingestion to help experimenters more efficiently organize and share their data.
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    3030Currently our iRODS instances are running release 3.3.