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D161

Managing and Monitoring specific kinds of commands/processes within a Distributed Environment through C++ and Corba in the BaBar Opr setup

Sridhara Dasu1, Tom Glanzman2, Gilbert Grosdidier3, Tom Pavel4
  1. University of Wisconsin
  2. SLAC
  3. LAL/IN2P3/CNRS
  4. On leave from SLAC

Speaker: Tom Glanzman

  BaBar is operating a Unix multinode compute farm for its quasi-online reconstruction of the events. For steering this heavily distributed system, we have implemented a set of light client/server tools based on Corba as a communication protocol within C++ applications. The ACE-TAO communication tool library is used to ease the implementation, and provides us with a multithreaded environment for the client side. Details about the requirements as well as the effective design will be provided, together with performance comparisons against the early implementation, based on ssh/rsh.

Presentation:  PowerPoint Short Paper:  Adobe Acrobat pdf 



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