Browsing Releases in: UMD-4

This category lists all releases included in UMD-4.
There are two ways to configure the necessary repositories for UMD-4. Instructions on how to do that per Operating System are given below.

CentOS 7

  • RPM based configuration

    On each production machine that is to be configured for using the UMD repositories, site administrators must follow the installation instructions given below:

    1. Remove all UMD and EPEL related configuration files that may exist from /etc/yum.repos.d so that there is no misconfigured epel or UMD repositories.
      Note be careful not to remove the OS or other necessary repo configuration files
      execute rm /etc/yum.repos.d/UMD-* /etc/yum.repos.d/epel-*
    2. Install the appropriate EPEL repository for you distribution from the fedora project
      e.g. if you’re using Centos 7, install EPEL by executing
      yum install epel-release
    3. Install yum-priorities RPM
      execute yum install yum-priorities
    4. Install Centos 7 umd-release RPM, that adds all missing repositories that are needed for the installation of UMD products and configures yum priorities
      e.g. execute yum install http://repository.egi.eu/sw/production/umd/4/centos7/x86_64/updates/umd-release-4.1.3-1.el7.centos.noarch.rpm
    5. perform yum update to get the latest list of rpms and the corresponding keys.
    6. In case you are updating from a previous UMD installation make sure you have first imported the UMD signature
      by executing rpm –import http://repository.egi.eu/sw/production/umd/UMD-RPM-PGP-KEY otherwise yum will exit with errors regarding the UMD GPG keys.
  • Manual Configuration

    The Production sites will need to configure the following repositories

    • The Main OS Repository
    • EPEL repository: follow the installation notes available at EPEL
    • EGI Trust Anchor Repository: use the .repo files at EGI CAs repository
    • UMD Production Repository: use the .repo files at UMD repository

    It is required to set the UMD repository with the highest priority in order to avoid possible discrepancies with EPEL.
    In order to do this, you will need to install yum-priorities package and verify that the .repo file for UMD has

    protect=1
    priority=1
    

    Also make sure that your /etc/yum/pluginconf.d/priorities.conf file has

    [main]
    enabled = 1
    check_obsoletes = 1
    

In case you are installing the ARC products make sure you have first imported the NORDUGRID signature by executing rpm -import http://download.nordugrid.org/RPM-GPG-KEY-nordugrid otherwise yum will exit with errors regarding the ARC GPG keys.

SL6

  • RPM based configuration

    On each production machine that is to be configured for using the UMD repositories, site administrators must follow the installation instructions given below:

    1. Remove all UMD and EPEL related configuration files that may exist from /etc/yum.repos.d so that there is no misconfigured epel or UMD repositories.
      Note be careful not to remove the OS or other necessary repo configuration files
      execute rm /etc/yum.repos.d/UMD-* /etc/yum.repos.d/epel-*
    2. Install the appropriate EPEL repository for you distribution from the fedora project
      e.g. install EPEL by executing
      yum install epel-release
    3. Install yum-priorities RPM
      execute yum install yum-priorities
    4. Install SL6 umd-release RPM, that adds all missing repositories that are needed for the installation of UMD products and configures yum priorities
      e.g. execute yum install http://repository.egi.eu/sw/production/umd/4/sl6/x86_64/updates/umd-release-4.1.3-1.el6.noarch.rpm
    5. perform yum update to get the latest list of rpms and the corresponding keys.
    6. In case you are updating from a previous UMD installation make sure you have first imported the UMD signature
      by executing rpm –import http://repository.egi.eu/sw/production/umd/UMD-RPM-PGP-KEY otherwise yum will exit with errors regarding the UMD GPG keys.
  • Manual Configuration

    The Production sites will need to configure the following repositories

    • The Main OS Repository
    • EPEL repository: follow the installation notes available at EPEL
    • EGI Trust Anchor Repository: use the .repo files at EGI CAs repository
    • UMD Production Repository: use the .repo files at UMD repository

    It is required to set the UMD repository with the highest priority in order to avoid possible discrepancies with EPEL.
    In order to do this, you will need to install yum-priorities package and verify that the .repo file for UMD has

    protect=1
    priority=1
    

    Also make sure that your /etc/yum/pluginconf.d/priorities.conf file has

    [main]
    enabled = 1
    check_obsoletes = 1
    

You can browse all UMD-4 products here

Release: UMD-4.12.2

UMD 4.12.2 is a fix release of UMD 4. It includes a fix for egi-cvmfs (a specific version is required by cvmfs) and a fix for ARC CE dependencies. Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.12.2

Release: UMD-4.12.1

UMD 4.12.1 is a fix release of UMD 4. It includes a fix for nordugrid-arc-client. Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.12.1

Release: UMD-4.12.0

UMD 4.12.0 is a regular release of UMD 4. It includes an update of CERN Frontier for CentOS7 and SL6. Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.12.0

Release: UMD-4.11.3

The UMD 4.11.3 is an emergency release of the UMD 4 release. It includes an update of CERN Frontier for CentOS7 and SL6. Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.11.3

Release: UMD-4.11.2

The UMD 4.11.2 is an emergency release of the UMD 4 release. It includes an update of dCache  for both CentOS7 and SL6.  Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.11.2

Release: UMD-4.11.1

The UMD 4.11.1 is an emergency release of the UMD 4 release. It includes an update of CERN Frontier for CentOS7 and SL6.  Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.11.1

Release: UMD-4.11.0

The UMD 4.11.0 is a regular release of the UMD 4 release. It includes several updates for CentOS7 and SL6.  Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.11.0

Release: UMD-4.10.3

The UMD 4.10.3 is a fix of the UMD 4 release. It includes a package that fixes HTCondor dependencies.  Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.10.3

Release: UMD-4.10.2

The UMD 4.10.2 is a fix release of UMD 4. It includes fixes for HTCondor and CERN Frontier. Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.10.2

Release: UMD-4.10.1

The UMD 4.10.1 is a fix of the UMD 4 release. It includes a package that fixes xroot dependencies. Continue reading

Posted in UMD-4 | Comments Off on Release: UMD-4.10.1