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    • Fabric Monitor, Accounting, Storage and Reports experience at the INFN Tier1 Felice Rosso on behalf of INFN Tier1 [email_address] Workshop sul calcolo e reti INFN - Otranto - 8-6-2006
    • Outline
      • CNAF-INFN Tier1
      • FARM and GRID Monitoring
      • Local Queues Monitoring
        • Local and GRID accounting
      • Storage Monitoring and accounting
      • Summary
    • Introduction
      • Location: INFN-CNAF, Bologna (Italy)
        • one of the main nodes of GARR network
      • Computing facility for INFN HNEP community
        • Partecipating to LCG, EGEE, INFNGRID projects
      • Multi-Experiments TIER1
        • LHC experiments (Alice, Atlas, CMS, LHCb)
        • CDF, BABAR
        • VIRGO, MAGIC, ARGO, Bio, TheoPhys, Pamela ...
      • Resources assigned to experiments on a yearly Plan.
    • The Farm in a Nutshell
      • - SLC 3.0.6, LCG 2.7, LSF 6.1
      • - ~ 720 WNs LSF pool (~1580 KSI2K)
        • Common LSF pool: 1 job per logical cpu (slot)
          • MAX 1 process running at the same time per job
        • GRID and local submission allowed
          • On the same WN can run GRID and not GRID jobs
          • On the same queue can be submitted GRID and not GRID jobs
        • For each VO/EXP one or more queues
        • Since 24th of April 2005 2.700.000 jobs were executed on our LSF pool (~1.600.000 GRID)
        • 3 CEs (main CE 4 opteron dualcore, 24 GB RAM) + 1 CE gLite
    • Access to Batch system “ Legacy” non-Grid Access CE LSF Wn1 WNn SE Grid Access LSF client UI UI UI Grid
    • Farm Monitoring Goals
      • Scalability to Tier1 full size
      • Many parameters for each WN/server
      • DataBase and Plots on Web Pages
      • Data Analysis
      • Report problems on Web Page(s)
      • Share data with GRID tools
      • RedEye : INFN-T1 tool monitoring
      • RedEye : simple local user. No root!
    • Tier1 Fabric Monitoring
      • What do we get?
      • • CPU load, status and jiffies
      • Ethernet I/O, (MRTG by net-boys)
      • Temperatures, RPM fans (IPMI)
      • Total and type of active TCP connections
      • Processes created, running, zombie etc
      • RAM and SWAP memory
      • Users logged in
      • SLC3 and SLC4 compatible
    • Tier1 Fabric Monitor
    • Local WN Monitoring
      • On each WN every 5 min (local crontab) infos are saved locally (<3KBytes --> 2-3 TCP packets)
      • 1 minute later a collector “gets” via socket the infos
        • “ gets”: tidy parallel fork with timeout control
      • To get and save locally datas from 750 WN ~ 6 sec best case. 20 sec worst case (timeout knife)
      • Upgrade DataBase (last day, week, month)
      • For each WN --> 1 file (possibility of cumulative plots)
      • Analysis monitor datas
      • Local thumbnail cache creation (web clickable)
      • http://collector.cnaf.infn.it/davide/rack.php
      • http://collector.cnaf.infn.it/davide/analyzer.html
    • Web Snapshot CPU-RAM
    • Web Snapshot TCP connections
    • Web Snapshot users logged
    • Analyzer.html
    • Fabric  GRID Monitoring
      • Effort on exporting relevant fabric metrics to the Grid level e.g.:
        • # of active WNs,
        • # of free slots,
        • etc…
      • GridICE integration
        • Configuration based on Quattor
      • Avoid duplication of sensors on farm
    • Local Queues Monitoring
      • Every 5 minutes on batch manager is saved queues status (snapshot)
      • A collector gets the infos and upgrades the local database (same logic of farm monitoring)
        • Daily / Weekly / Monthly / Yearly DB
        • DB: Total and single queues
      • 3 classes of users for each queue
      • Plots generator: Gnuplot 4.0
      • http://tier1.cnaf.infn.it/monitor/LSF/
    • Web Snapshot LSF Status
    • UGRID: general GRID user (lhcb001, lhcb030…) SGM: Software GRID Manager (lhcbsgm) OTHER: local user
    • UGRID: general GRID user (babar001, babar030…) SGM: Software GRID Manager (babarsgm) OTHER: local user
    • RedEye - LSF Monitoring
      • Real time slot usage 
      • Fast, few CPU power needed, stable, works on WAN 
      • RedEye simple user, not root 
      • BUT…
      • all slots have the same weight (Future: Jeep solution)
      • Jobs shorter than 5 minutes can be lost
      • SO:
      • We need something good for ALL jobs.
      • We need to know who and how uses our FARM.
      • Solution:
      • Offline parsing LSF log files one time per day (Jeep integration)
    • Job-related metrics
      • From LSF log file we got the following non-GRID info:
      • LSF JobID, local UID owner of the JOB
      • “ any kind of time” (submission, WCT etc)
      • Max RSS and Virtual Memory usage
      • From which computer (hostname) the job was submitted (GRID CE/locally)
      • Where the job was executed (WN hostname)
      • We complete this set with KSI2K & GRID infos (Jeep)
      • DGAS interface http://www.to.infn.it/grid/accounting/main.html
      • http://tier1.cnaf.infn.it/monitor/LSF/plots/acct/
    • Queues accounting report
    • Queues accounting report
    • Queues accounting report
    • Queues accounting report
      • KSI2K [WCT] May 2006, All jobs
    • Queues accounting report
      • CPUTime [hours] May 2006, GRID jobs
    • How we use KspecINT2K?
      • 1 slot -> 1 job
      • http://tier1.cnaf.infn.it/monitor/LSF/plots/ksi/
      • For each job:
    • KSI2K T1-INFN Story
    • KSI2K T1-INFN Story
    • Job Check and Report
      • Lsb.acct had a big bug!
        • Randomly: CPU-user-time = 0.00 sec
        • From bjobs -l <JOBID> correct CPUtime
        • Fixed by Platform at 25th of July 2005
      • CPUtime > WCT? --> Possible Spawn
      • RAM memory: is a job on the right WN?
      • Is the WorkerNode a “black hole”?
      • We have a daily report (Web page)
    • Fabric and GRID monitoring
      • Effort on exporting relevant queue and job metrics to the Grid level.
        • Integration with GridICE
        • Integration with DGAS (done!)
        • Grid (VO) level view of resource usage
      • Integration of local job information with Grid related metrics. E.g.:
        • DN of the user proxy
        • VOMS extensions to user proxy
        • Grid Job ID
    • GRID ICE
      • Dissemination http://grid.infn.it/gridice
      • GridICE server (development with upcoming features)
      • http://gridice3.cnaf.infn.it:50080/gridice
      • GridICE server for EGEE Grid
      • http://gridice2.cnaf.infn.it:50080/gridice
      • GridICE server for INFN-Grid
      • http://gridice4.cnaf.infn.it:50080/gridice
    • GRID ICE
      • For each site check GRID services (RB, BDII, CE, SE…)
      • Check service--> Does PID exist?
      • Summary and/or notification
      • From GRID servers: Summary CPU and Storage resources available per site and/or per VO
      • Storage available on SE per VO from BDII
      • Downtimes
    • GRID ICE
      • Grid Ice as fabric monitor for “small” sites
      • Based on LeMon (server and sensors)
      • Parsing of LeMon flatfiles logs
      • Plots based on RRD Tools
      • Legnaro: ~70 WorkerNodes
    • GridICE screenshots
    • Jeep
      • General Purpose collector datas (push technology)
      • DB-WNINFO: Historical hardware DB (MySQL on HLR node).
      • KSI2K used by each single job (DGAS)
      • Job Monitoring (Check RAM usage in real time, efficiency history)
      • FS-INFO: Enough available space on volumes?
      • AutoFS: all dynamic mount-points are working?
      • Match making UID/GID --> VO
    • The Storage in a Nutshell
      • Different hardware (NAS, SAN, Tapes)
        • More than 300 TB HD, 130 TB Tape
      • Different access methods (NFS/RFIO/Xrootd/gridftp)
      • Volumes FileSystem: EXT3, XFS and GPFS
      • Volumes bigger than 2 TBytes: RAID 50 (EXT3/XFS). Direct (GPFS)
      • Tape access: CASTOR (50 TB of HD as stage)
      • Volumes management via Postgresql DB
      • 60 servers to export FileSystems to WNs
    • Storage at T1-INFN
      • Hierarchical Nagios servers to check services status
        • gridftp, srm, rfio, castor, ssh
      • Local tool to sum space used by VOs
      • RRD to plot (volume space total and used)
      • Binary and owner (IBM/STEK) software to check some hardware status.
      • Very very very difficult to interface owner software to T1 framework
      • For now: only e-mail report for bad blocks, disks failure and FileSystem failure
      • Plots: intranet & on demand by VO
    • Tape/Storage usage report
    • Summary
      • Fabric level monitoring with smart report is needed to ease management
      • T1 has already solution for 2 next years!
      • Not exportable due to man-power (no support)
      • Future at INFN? What is T2s man-power?
      • LeMon&Oracle? What is T2s man-power?
      • RedEye? What is T2s man-power?
      • Real collaboration is far from mailing list and phone conferences only