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Re: [Condor-users] Condor Web interface

i see, can we start up an official opensource project regarding this?
I am willing to test and enhance.

I most do work in PHP/Python/Java. I am capable in DBMS such as Postgresql.

I prefer we create on Java based technology because its much easy to
distribute as a 'war' file.
We can have everything self contained and we can use quill as the
backend -- unless someone knows how to parse and format Schedd logs
very well...

On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 6:44 PM,  <Kevin.Buckley@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I've been building a rudimentary monitoring system using dokuwiki as the
>> "platform".  It does not kill jobs yet, but will allow you to check the
>> pool status, current users and running jobs.  The nice thing is that it
>> can be a publicly visible wiki, but have private pages (for your jobs, and
>> users, etc.).
>> We currently only have one public facing page, which lists the pools'
>> machines (it's a small pool, so all the machines are on one page), but I'd
>> be happy to pass on any of the other code:
>> http://optimization.cs.uleth.ca/doku.php?id=resources:condor_pool
>> It's mostly php stubs that wrap the condor tools.  The wrappers consume
>> the xml produced by the tools and spit out HTML to display in a section of
>> the wiki.
> What might be "better" would be a web tool that used DRMAA calls
> underneath and then would not be Condor-specific
> Obviously, DRMAA would need some additional functionality but this
> sounds to be exactly the sort of thing that should be driving the
> DRMAA efforts.
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