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Overall Architecture

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  • rabbitmq takes care of message delivery (data collector can go offline without losing any data)

Online Accounting Stats

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Accounting stats are available online via the babar.cloud.nrc.ca web portal at:
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Accounting stats are available online via the science.cloud.nrc.ca web portal at:
 
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Condor Setup

  1. Install the following python libraries using your favorite method:
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 Currently, the accounting database is backed up locally on babar.cloud.nrc.ca on a daily basis, with backup rotation. This is based on a method that uses logrotate (http://scottlinux.com/2011/03/04/rotate-mysql-backups-with-logrotate/).

This should allow us to quickly rewind the database to a prior version if needed.

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babar.cloud.nrc.ca gets fully backed up to to another system on a daily basis. This keeps a copy of the rotated database backups in case the entire babar.cloud.nrc.ca system is lost.
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babar.cloud.nrc.ca gets fully backed up to to another system on a daily basis. This keeps a copy of the rotated database backups in case the entire science.cloud.nrc.ca system is lost.
 

Running Queries Against the Accounting Database

To query the accounting database, simply use a recent mysql client and connect to babar.cloud.nrc.ca as user nep52acntRO. (Contact Andre.Charbonneau@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca for password.)
 
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