JIRA Issue

[#XCI-906] Release IPF-1.7 with Fall 2021 set of improvements

[XCI-906] Release IPF-1.7 with Fall 2021 set of improvements Created: 08/25/2021  Updated: 12/01/2021

Status: In Progress
Project: XSEDE Cyberinfrastructure Integration
Component/s: Information Publishing Framework (IPF)
Fix Version/s: PY11 (Sep '21 - Aug '22)

Type: Task Priority: Normal
Reporter: Eric Blau Assignee: Eric Blau
Resolution: Unresolved Votes: 0

Issue Links:
Associated bugs and stories
associated with XCI-928 Implement an IPF workflow for publish... In Progress
Sub-Tasks:
Key
Summary
Type
Status
Assignee
XCI-772 Resolve IPF Stampede scontrol issues Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-844 IPF misparsing GRES Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-828 Fix IPF utilization when filters are ... Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-823 Make IPF not publish modules that hav... Sub-task Closed Eric Blau  
XCI-740 Make IPF slurm activity workflow more... Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-721 Explore moving IPF to python AMQP lat... Sub-task Closed JP Navarro  
XCI-408 Continue to revise IPF documentation ... Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-352 Dynamically create IPF ca_certs.pem Sub-task Closed Eric Blau  
XCI-331 Give option in IPF to pre-populate th... Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-293 Improve IPF configure script Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-264 Document location and content of IPF ... Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-148 Update IPF test plan to use Info view... Sub-task In Progress JP Navarro  
XCI-898 Prepare IPF for broader adoption by X... Sub-task In Progress Eric Blau  
XCI-928 Implement an IPF workflow for publish... Sub-task In Progress JP Navarro  
XSEDE Areas:
RACD Data
XSEDE Priority: -
Public activity link: https://software.xsede.org/display/xci-906
Track status in meeting: yes

 Description   

This release will include all outstanding IPF JIRA issues, except those deemed as obsolete, completed, or deferred. The tasks will be enumerated in this task.

In addition, this new version of IPF will include changes to the configuration of the compute and activity/activities workflows; we will create a scheduler configuration json file that holds the config info for the regexps for the slurmctl.log parsing as well as the command line tools and parsing for the compute workflow.

This scheduler config json file can then be published by ipfinfo, as it will not contain any credentials, but will help us understand the configuration needs of various sites and versions of schedulers.



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