Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of GridIntegration


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10/13/14 00:11:10 (3 years ago)
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davea
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    1 = Integrating BOINC with other grid software =
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    3  * Run BOINC as [http://research.cs.wisc.edu/htcondor/manual/v7.8/3_12Setting_Up.html#SECTION004129000000000000000 backfill on Condor installations].
     3= Combining BOINC with Grids and clusters =
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    5  * Researchers are CERN have set up a system where submitted jobs are sent either to a BOINC project or to a GRAM job manager. They developed two utilities, kill_wu and poll_wu, to support this. They are in the boinc/tools directory. Contact Christian Søttrup (chrulle at fatbat.dk) for more info.
     5== HTCondor ==
     6Run BOINC as [http://research.cs.wisc.edu/htcondor/manual/v7.8/3_12Setting_Up.html#SECTION004129000000000000000 backfill on HTCondor installations].
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    7  * The [http://lattice.umiacs.umd.edu/ Lattice] project from the University of Maryland has developed a Grid system that integrates Globus, BOINC, and several other software components.
     8== SZTAKI Desktop Grid ==
     9The SZTAKI Institute has developed [http://doc.desktopgrid.hu/doku.php a number of tools]
     10for integrating Grids and BOINC projects.
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    9  * The [http://cbl-boinc-server2.cs.technion.ac.il/superlinkattechnion/ SuperLink] project from Technion University developed a system that dynamically assigns jobs to a central server, a local cluster, the EGEE grid, or a BOINC project, based on their estimated runtime.
     12== CluBORun ==
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    11  * The [http://mindmodeling.org/ MindModeling@Home] project has incorporated two United States Air Force Department of Defense LSF clusters and an additional Beowulf cluster in their beta project. Tools to facilitate this included: LSF submission scripts, control scripts to dynamically clean up potentially reschedule clients upon node time out and a multiple BOINC instance installer.
     14[https://github.com/Nauchnik/CluBORun CluBORun] (Cluster for BOINC Run) is aimed at
     15utilizing idle resources of computing clusters in volunteer computing projects based on BOINC.
     16The key feature of CluBORun is that it utilizes only idle resources of computing clusters
     17(just as the BOINC client does for computers) and uses only ordinary cluster’s user rights.
     18When tasks from another user appear in a cluster queue,
     19CluBORun stops BOINC tasks in queue if new tasks can be launched on freed resources.
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     21== Other examples ==
     22 * Researchers are CERN set up a system where submitted jobs are sent either to a BOINC project or to a GRAM job manager.
     23  They developed two utilities, kill_wu and poll_wu, to support this.
     24  They are in the boinc/tools directory.
     25  Contact Christian Søttrup (chrulle at fatbat.dk) for more info.
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     27 * The [http://lattice.umiacs.umd.edu/ Lattice] project from the University of Maryland has developed
     28  a Grid system that integrates Globus, BOINC, and several other software components.
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     30 * The [http://cbl-boinc-server2.cs.technion.ac.il/superlinkattechnion/ SuperLink] project from Technion University
     31  developed a system that dynamically assigns jobs to a central server, a local cluster,
     32  the EGEE grid, or a BOINC project, based on their estimated runtime.
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     34 * The [http://mindmodeling.org/ MindModeling@Home] project has incorporated two United States Air Force
     35  Department of Defense LSF clusters and an additional Beowulf cluster in their beta project.
     36  Tools to facilitate this included: LSF submission scripts,
     37  control scripts to dynamically clean up potentially reschedule clients
     38  upon node time out and a multiple BOINC instance installer.
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    1340 * The [http://szdg.lpds.sztaki.hu/szdg/ SZTAKI desktop grid] project allows hierarchical organizations to share resources in a way that reflects the hierarchy.