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software:release_notes:57 [ - 2011/03/23, 12:27 - ]
Eduardo Huedo
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-====== Release Notes 5.7 ====== 
  
-GridWay 5.7 is the new development version of the fifth series of the metascheduler. 
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-Release date: March 31st, 2011. 
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-===== Modified installation procedure ===== 
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-GridWay core and commands are now configured, built and installed separately from the MADs, which have their own Makefile. 
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-This way, GridWay installation does not depend on the installation of a given middleware. 
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-===== Randomized Job State Polling ===== 
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-Job state is polled at randomized intervals, to avoid saturation due to multiple simultaneous requests. Moreover, the interval is duplicated when a failure occur. 
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-===== CREAM Middleware Access Driver (MAD) ===== 
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-A technology preview of an execution driver for [[http://​grid.pd.infn.it/​cream|CREAM]],​ the job submission and management interface of gLite, is included in this release. 
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-===== OGSA-BES Middleware Access Driver (MAD) ===== 
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-A technology preview of an execution driver for [[www.ogf.org/​documents/​GFD.108.pdf|OGSA-BES]],​ the OGF specification for job submission and management, is included in this release. 
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-===== Bug fixing ===== 
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-The following bugs have been fixed: 
-  * [[http://​dev.gridway.org/​issues/​86|Bug #86]]: Problems with java.util.Calendar 
-  * [[http://​dev.gridway.org/​issues/​87|Bug #87]]: Architecture platform always shows i686 from the bdii IM MAD 
-  * [[http://​dev.gridway.org/​issues/​89|Bug #89]]: Abort migration due to suspension if job becomes active 
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