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|Title:||CMS dashboard task monitoring: A user-centric monitoring view|
|Keywords:||CMS Experiment;CMS Virtual Organisation|
|Citation:||Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2010, 219 (1 PART 7)|
|Abstract:||We are now in a phase change of the CMS experiment where people are turning more intensely to physics analysis and away from construction. This brings a lot of challenging issues with respect to monitoring of the user analysis. The physicists must be able to monitor the execution status, application and grid-level messages of their tasks that may run at any site within the CMS Virtual Organisation. The CMS Dashboard Task Monitoring project provides this information towards individual analysis users by collecting and exposing a user-centric set of information regarding submitted tasks including reason of failure, distribution by site and over time, consumed time and efficiency. The development was user-driven with physicists invited to test the prototype in order to assemble further requirements and identify weaknesses with the application.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers|
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