StashCache is an OSG service that aims to provide more efficient access to certain types of data across the Grid. Most jobs end up copying their input files all the way from Fermilab every time they run, which can be slow and inefficient. In some cases, the files get reused multiple times – an example of this is the flux files… More »
Interested in seeing what the batch jobs for your SAM project are doing? Go to the SAM Project Summary dashboard and select your project name from the dropdown. We recently introduced a User Overview dashboard, which shows you at a glance the recent status of your batch jobs, SAM projects, and IFDH file transfers. Is the batch… More »
For the fourth year in a row, the FIFE Project hosted a two day workshop dedicated to improving the scientific computing for Intensity and Cosmic Frontier experiments at Fermilab. The first day focused on the new tools, resources and a roadmap (including a new logo) for the FIFE project in the future, and the second day consisted… More »
The most efficient experiments on GPGrid that used more than 100,000 hours since June 1, 2016 were LArIAT (98.70%) and MINOS (95.96%).
The most efficient big non-production user on GPGrid who used more than 100,000 hours since June 1, 2016 was Jacob R. Todd with 99.6% efficiency.
The experiment with the most opportunistic hours on OSG between June 1, 2016 and July 31, 2016 was NOvA with 659,139 hours.
Did you know Grafana has two themes – light (white background) and dark (black background)? You can pick your default theme in your User Profile. Overwhelmed by the number of jobs showing up in a table? Check out the list of filters in the drop-down above the table to help narrow it down.