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PROGRAM:

NAME


jura - Job Usage Reporter of ARC

DESCRIPTION


The jura application is a resource-side accounting (usage logging) client.

SYNOPSIS


jura [-E exp_time] [-L] [-u url [-u url -t topic -u url ...] ] [-r time_range] ctrl_dir
[ctrl_dir ...]

OPTIONS


-E expiration time (validity length) of job log files in days

-u logging destination URL

-t topic for a destination URL

-o archived accounting records directory

-L turns on timestamps and logging level in messages printed during execution

-r time range of archived messages that will be resend

-v show version of Jura (ARC)

ARGUMENTS


ctrl_dir
The A-REX control directory for a mapped local UNIX user

EXTENDED DESCRIPTION


Normally, jura is invoked by A-REX periodically with the appropriate command line
arguments, but it can also be executed interactively.

Job log files, i.e. files produced by A-REX for each job and stored under <ctrl_dir>/logs
contain various usage data and configuration options for accounting (see NORDUGRID-TECH-24
for details of their content). These files are parsed by jura, converted into UR format,
and submitted in batches to reporting destinations. A destination is a resource usage
logging service; currently SGAS LUTS and CAR 1.2 message propagation are supported. Job
log files older than the expiration time specified with the -E option are deleted without
parsing.

If the -u option is absent, URs are submitted to the destination URLs specified in the job
log files. If submitting succeeds, the corresponding job log files are deleted. This is
the default, automatic mode of operation.

If destination URLs are specified with the -u option, URs are submitted only to these
destinations (one UR per job to each destination). In this case, job log files are
preserved even if submitting succeeds.

If the -r option is absent, <ctrl_dir> parameter be using as location of archived files,
URs from the given directory are submitted to the destination URLs specified with -u
option in the CLI.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES


X509_USER_CERT
The location of the certificate of the reporting entity, used only if not specified
in job log files. The default is the standard host certificate location, /etc/grid-
security/hostcert.pem.

X509_USER_KEY
The location of the private key of the reporting entity, used only if not specified
in job log files. The default is the standard host key location, /etc/grid-
security/hostkey.pem.

X509_CERT_DIR
The path to the certificates of trusted CAs, used only if not specified in job log
files. The default is the standard certificates directory, /etc/grid-
security/certificates.

ARC_LOCATION
The location where ARC is installed can be specified by this variable. If not
specified the install location will be determined from the path to the command
being executed, and if this fails a WARNING will be given stating the location
which will be used.

ARC_PLUGIN_PATH
The location of ARC plugins can be specified by this variable. Multiple locations
can be specified by separating them by : (; in Windows). The default location is
$ARC_LOCATION/lib/arc (\ in Windows).

COPYRIGHT


APACHE LICENSE Version 2.0

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