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  • 1. iRODS: the use of rules and micro services for automatic data conversion and signal pattern searching Martyn Fletcher, Tom Jackson, Bojian Liang, Michael Weeks, Mark Jessop and Jim Austin.
  • 2. Slide 28-Dec-2009 Contents 1. The iREAD project. 2. iRODS overview. 3. What are iRODS micro-services? 4. What are iRODS rules? 5. iREAD Demonstrations. 6. Data conversion using iRODS. 7. Pattern searching using iRODS. 8. iRODS browser web client. 9. Conclusions / experiences. 10.Potential future work.
  • 3. Slide 38-Dec-2009 The iREAD Project • The iREAD (iRODS Evaluation and Demonstrator) Project: – Funded by JISC: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/einfrastructure/iread.aspx – All documentation, experiences, results and demonstrations are available on the public website see http://www.wrg.york.ac.uk/iread – Demonstration of searching available for all at http://www.wrg.york.ac.uk/iread and on the White Rose Grid stand at 3:00 pm. – Only part of the iREAD work is reported in this presentation. – iRODS™- the Integrated Rule-Oriented Data System iRODS (DICE group at UNC Chapel Hill, University of California, San Diego. Enhancement of Storage Request Broker (SRB). http://www.irods.org
  • 4. Slide 48-Dec-2009 iRODS overview Virtual file system (layer over existing data and meta data) Meta data (iCAT) User iRODS System Disk, tape, etc. iRODS Server Disk, tape, etc. iRODS ServerDistributed Enhancement over SRB: Rules and micro–service (within each server) can be used to automatically process data, make copies on other servers, enforce access controls, etc.
  • 5. Slide 58-Dec-2009 What are iRODS micro services? • Written C. • Perform actions - executed as part of a rule. • Inbuilt micro services for accessing various parts of the system: – create , delete, read files and collections (directories), deny access to files, simple workflow constructs, etc. • Users can create their own micro services: – Operate on data, run external web services, etc – We have created ones for searching, data conversion, etc. e.g. msiSearch. • Adding or changing a micro service necessitates: – Re-compilation of the iRODS installation. – A stop / start of the iRODS system. – This situation may change in future.
  • 6. Slide 68-Dec-2009 What are iRODS rules? • A rule is a “grouping” of: – Other rules. – Micro-services. • Can be executed: – Automatically on events, time, upload, etc. – part of the rule base (core.irb file). – By users on command from API or rule files. • Can be added to a live iRODS system: – No need for a recompile and stop / start.
  • 7. Slide 78-Dec-2009 What are iRODS rules (2)? • iRODS rules have the: Action_Name|Condition|Workflow_Chain|Recovery_Chain • Action_Name is the name of the rule. • Condition is the condition for execution of the rule. • Workflow_Chain is a list of micro-services or other rules to be executed. • Recovery_Chain is a list of recovery actions if any of the Workflow_Chain fails.
  • 8. Slide 88-Dec-2009 iREAD demonstrations • The iREAD iRODS demonstration setup is as follows: – iRODS version 2.0.1. – The iRODS browser installation (part of the extrods 1.1.0.1 package) for connection to iRODS. – Apache web server 2.2.10 for the browser. – PHP 5.26 for the browser. • Rules and micro-services have been added to iRODS as necessary. • The browser installation and PHP service have also been modified for demonstration purposes.
  • 9. Slide 98-Dec-2009 Data conversion using iRODS • Image conversion micro-services have been compiled and installed (supplied with iRODS). • Additional skeleton micro-services have been included for future conversion of Neurophysiology data formats. • Installed rules (acPostProcForPut) for post processing of the put command. • The acPostProcPut rules – only one is executed (each is a single line in the core.irb file): 1. acPostProcForPut|$objPath like /tempZone/home/demo/files-and-conversions/*.gif| msiImageConvert($objPath,null,$objPath.jpg,null)|nop 2. acPostProcForPut|$objPath like /tempZone/home/demo/files-and-conversions/*.bmp| msiImageConvert($objPath,null,$objPath.png,null)|nop 3. acPostProcForPut|$objPath like /tempZone/home/demo/files-and-conversions/*.mcd| msiDataObjCopy($objPath,$objPath.ndf,demoResc,*Junk)|nop 4. acPostProcForPut||nop|nop
  • 10. Slide 108-Dec-2009 Pattern searching using iRODS (1) • Used an existing remote search service developed during the DAME and BROADEN e- Science projects. • Created micro services which access the web service. • Created rule to run the search micro services. • Modified browser to add buttons, display functions, etc. (Javascript / HTML.) • Used PHP API to run the rule.
  • 11. Slide 118-Dec-2009 Pattern searching using iRODS (2)
  • 12. Slide 128-Dec-2009 Pattern searching using iRODS (3) • The pattern search rule: MyNewSearchTestRule|| msiDataObjUnlink(*resultsPath,*STATUS)##msiDataObjOpen(*query Path,*QUERY_FD)##msiDataObjRead(*QUERY_FD,10000,*QUERY _BUF)##msiDataObjClose(*QUERY_FD,*junk)##msiNewRemoteMth Search(*QUERY_BUF,*ClIP,*HtIP,*HtTime,*HtIndex)##msiNewRemo teGetResult(*ClIP,*HtIP,*HtTime,*HtIndex,*results)##msiDataObjCre ate(*resultsPath,null,*RESULTS_FD)##msiDataObjWrite(*RESULTS _FD,*results,100)##msiDataObjClose(*RESULTS_FD,*junk)| nop##nop##nop##nop##nop##nop##nop##nop##nop
  • 13. Slide 138-Dec-2009 Pattern searching using iRODS (4) • Micro services used (in following : – msiDataObjUnlink - delete the existing results.txt file. – msiDataObjOpen - open the query.txt file. – msiDataObjRead - read the query.txt file. – msiDataObjClose - close the query.txt file. – msiNewRemoteMthSearch - invoke the search web service and pass the query data for matching. – msiNewRemoteGetResult - poll the search service and when it has finished search retrieve the results. – msiDataObjCreate - create a new results.txt file. – msiDataObjWrite - write the retrived results to the new results.txt file. – msiDataObjClose - close the results.txt file.
  • 14. Slide 148-Dec-2009 iRODS web browser client • All demonstrations available through the modified iRODS web browser client accessible at http://www.wrg.york.ac.uk/iread.
  • 15. Slide 158-Dec-2009 Conclusions / experiences (1) • Rules and micro services can be run remotely on other servers (same / different zone) using the remoteExec micro service. • Parallel execution / broadcast execution modes would greatly assist the use of iRODS for distributed operation.
  • 16. Slide 168-Dec-2009 Conclusions / experiences (2) • Micro services (and rules) need to be installed on every server where they need to executed. • Rules can become very long and unwieldy - plan carefully - tool support would be good. • It would beneficial to be able to add micro services to a live system without: – Recompiling the iRODS server. – Starting and stopping the server. • Debugging: – Information not extensive e.g. a micro service can fail producing a non informative messages on the command line and in the rodsLog.
  • 17. Slide 178-Dec-2009 Potential Future Work (1) • Provide automatic: – Generation of the search databases (as new data arrives). – Search for known conditions in bulk data - automatically. • iRODS would provide benefits to the CARMEN neuroscience project to provide: – Automatic data conversion. – Service execution.
  • 18. Slide 188-Dec-2009 The iREAD Project • Work funded by JISC: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/einfrastructure/iread.aspx • All documentation, experiences, results and demonstrations are available on the public website see: http://www.wrg.york.ac.uk/iread • Demonstration of searching on the White Rose Grid stand (3:00pm today) and available for all at http://www.wrg.york.ac.uk/iread

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