Changes between Version 35 and Version 36 of WRF4Gframework4g_conf


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Oct 2, 2012 9:21:34 AM (10 years ago)
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maru
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    11= framework4g.conf file =
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    3 '''framework4g.conf''' file is read by '''[wiki:WRF4GCommandLineTools#wrf4g_framework wrf4g_framework]''' to manage the WRF4G framework. It is located under `$WRF4G_LOCATION/etc` and has two sections, Database and Computing Resources.
     3The'''framework4g.conf''' file is read by '''[wiki:WRF4GCommandLineTools#wrf4g_framework wrf4g_framework]''' to manage the WRF4G framework. It is located under `$WRF4G_LOCATION/etc` and has two sections, Database and Computing Resources.
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    55== Database ==
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    7 WRF4G uses a MySQL database in order to keep tack of the experiments. For that reason, WRF4G provides a 5.5-x86_64 distribution of MySQL under `$WRF4G_LOCATION/opt/` directory. Also, you can use another MyQSL changing '''WRF4G_DB_LOCAL''' variable.
     7WRF4G uses a MySQL database in order to keep track of the experiments. For that reason, WRF4G provides a 5.5-x86_64 distribution of MySQL under `$WRF4G_LOCATION/opt/` directory. Also, you can use another MySQL changing '''WRF4G_DB_LOCAL''' variable.
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    99[[NoteBox(warn, You should modify the database password and WRF4G_DB_PASSWD variable after starting `wrf4g_framework`. To do that\, you can execute: || `echo "SET PASSWORD FOR 'wrf4guser'@'%' = PASSWORD('newpassword');" | mysql -P 13306 -u wrf4guser -h 127.0.0.1 -p`)]]
     
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    22  '''WRF4G_DB_LOCAL''':: 0 indicates that you will use a external DB and 1 local database included in WRF4G  distribution. If you want to use a external database, you will have to import [attachment:WRF4GDB WRF4GDB] table in your MySQL.
     22 '''WRF4G_DB_LOCAL''':: 0 indicates that you will use a external DB and the local database included in WRF4G  distribution. If you want to use an external database, you will have to import [attachment:WRF4GDB WRF4GDB] table in your MySQL.
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    2424 '''WRF4G_DB_HOST''':: Computer where the DB is running. If WRF4G_DB_LOCAL=1, WRF4G_DB_HOST has to be the name of the computer where WRF4G is running.
     
    7171#               PROJECT     (optional for SGE,         : specifies the project to which the jobs are assigned
    7272#                            PBS and LoadLeveler)
    73 #               GW_RUNDIR   (optional)                 : directory on the resource in which jobs are deployed. By default, it is the user's home
    74 #               GW_LOCALDIR (optional)                 : defines the working directory on the Working Node (have to be absolute path)
     73#               GW_RUNDIR   (optional)                 : directory on the resource in which jobs are deployed. By default, it is user's home
     74#               GW_LOCALDIR (optional)                 : defines the working directory on the Working Node (have to be an absolute path)
    7575#               NODECOUNT   (optional)                 : total number of slots on the DRM system 
    7676#               QUEUE_NAME  (optional)                 : the name of the queue to configure 
     
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    91 [[NoteBox(note, After modifying this file\, in order to make the changes effective\, users will have to execute: || `wrf4g_framework reload`)]]
     91[[NoteBox(note, After modifying this file\, in order to make changes effective\, users will have to execute: || `wrf4g_framework reload`)]]
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