Release: UMD-3.2.1

Description

UMD 3.2.1 is the third update of the third Major release of UMD (Unified Middleware Distribution) made available for the EGI production infrastructure. This release contains support for both Scientific Linux 5 and 6 and also Debian 6 (Squeeze).

Contact Info

For further information about the UMD, its goals and surrounding processes, and more information about how to engage as a Technology Provider with EGI, please send an Email to: cto (at) egi.eu.

Technical Contact Info
For any bugs and issues you encounter that are not described in the release notes of this UMD release, or the related documentation provided by the Technology Providers, please visit the EGI Helpdesk to make a report.

Release Notes

This release contains the following products:

EMI Technology Provider:

Storage Management:

Storm 1.11.2 released in SL5 and SL6:
  • This new Storm release provides  the bug fixes and improvements for the StoRM services (Backend, Frontend, GridHTTPs and YAIM). This version also present the new functionality were StoRM GridHTTPs server doesn't need to request a TURL from the BE during transfer requests.

Additional Details
https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/UMD-3:UMD-3.2.1

Installation Notes
All products in the UMD 3.2.1 release were verified against EGI's current Quality Criteria (for further information, please see the documentation links) to support 64 bit Scientific Linux 5 and Scientific Linux 6 (x86_64 processor architecture). Some products are also supported in 64 bit Debian 6 (squeeze).  Installation and configuration notes are available in the EGI repository.

Known Issues

Details containing known issues and workarounds found in EGI verification and staged rollout are collected in: https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/UMD-3:UMD-3.2.1

Change Log

This releases includes updates for the following products:
  • Storm 

Repository URL
http://repository.egi.eu/sw/production/umd/3

UMD-3.2.1 Products
ProductPlatforms SupportedProvided By
StoRM 1.11.2sl5/x86_64, sl6/x86_64EMI

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