GRAM is the implementation of Resource Management for the Globus Toolkit. To submit issues for GRAM, use http://jira.globus.org and submit a new issue for Globus Toolkit with Component name GRAM

Component Default Assignee

Campaign smartin@mcs.anl.gov
Campaigns are small (approx 3-6 weeks) units of work that need to be done.

Doc feller@mcs.anl.gov
This is for keeping track of all documentation related tasks.

general smartin@mcs.anl.gov
general GRAM stuff that does not belong in only of the above components

gt2 Gatekeeper/Jobmanager smartin@mcs.anl.gov
The Gatekeeper and Jobmanager implement the GRAM protocol

gt2 Gram client bester@mcs.anl.gov
The clients to GRAM (e.g., globusrun)

gt2 RSL bester@mcs.anl.gov
The Resource Specification Language of GRAM

gt2 tests smartin@mcs.anl.gov
GT2 GRAM testing infrastructure

gt3 Managed Job Service bester@mcs.anl.gov
OGSI Managed Job Service

gt3 RIPS mdarcy@isi.edu
Resource Information Provider service

gt3_filestreaming madduri@mcs.anl.gov
The filestreaming service used by OGSI MJFS

gt3_mmjfs smartin@mcs.anl.gov
Master Managed Job Factory Service. The 'gatekeeper' of WS-GRAM.

Roadmap smartin@mcs.anl.gov
Roadmaps are items that describe a 6-12 month development goal for the GRAM product. They are coarse-grained features or other desired development outcomes. They should be free of implementation details.

wsrf discovery interface smartin@mcs.anl.gov
Host and scheduler information to find out about this service. Ganglia and hawkeye interfaces. "Useful" RPs in MJFS

wsrf gram clients smartin@mcs.anl.gov
The wsrf clients to GRAM (e.g., globusrun-ws, gramJob java class)

wsrf managed execution job service feller@mcs.anl.gov
wsrf managed execution job service

wsrf managed job factory service feller@mcs.anl.gov
wsrf managed job factory service MJFS

wsrf managed multi job service feller@mcs.anl.gov
wsrf managed multi job service

wsrf rendezvous feller@mcs.anl.gov
Rendezvous service

wsrf scheduler interface bester@mcs.anl.gov
The code that is used by the MJES to submit and monitor jobs. For example, the scheduler event generator (SEG) and the perl scripts use to submit jobs.

wsrf tests feller@mcs.anl.gov
WSRF GRAM testing infrastructure