Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of DesktopGrid


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09/16/18 13:54:24 (3 months ago)
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    3232 * The University of Extremadura is using BOINC to allow a group of peer organizations to form a computational grid. They have developed an [https://github.com/teleyinex/jarifa open-source system called Jarifa] for this purpose.
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    35 == Integrating BOINC with other grid platforms ==
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    37  * The Einstein@OSG project for LIGO at Caltech (http://www.opensciencegrid.org/Case_Study_-_Einstein_at_OSG). Initially developed at the AEI in Germany, our project enables BOINC to be executed in Grid Environments through Condor-G, Globus GRAM as well as GRAM-WS. In particular we are using ~40 grid resources on the Open Science Grid (http://www.opensciencegrid.org/) and ~20 grid resources on D-Grid (http://www.d-grid-gmbh.de/index.php?id=56&L=1) to contribute approx. 150,000 cpu hours daily to the Einstein@Home project since 2008.
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    39  * [http://www.cs.wisc.edu/condor/manual/v6.7/3_13Setting_Up.html#SECTION004139000000000000000 Run BOINC using Condor's backfill mechanism]
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    41  * Researchers at 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.
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    43  * 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.
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    45  * 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.
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    47  * The [http://mindmodeling.org/ MindModeling@Home] project has incorporated two United States Air Force Department of Defence 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.