The Storage Resource Broker is client-server middleware that provides a uniform interface for connecting to heterogeneous data resources over a network and accessing replicated data sets. It, in conjunction with the Metadata Catalog (MCAT), provides a way to access data sets and resources based on their attributes and/or logical names rather than their names or physical locations.
|Tags||Scientific/Engineering Software Development Libraries Java Libraries Filesystems Networking|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Unix|
Release Notes: Assorted feature enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Three vulnerabilities that allow SRB users to read/write non-Vault files that are readable/writable by the the srbadmin user were fixed. A bug that causes the GridFTP driver to use the wrong credential to connect to GridFtp server was fixed. A file descriptor lock bug was fixed. Uploading files larger than 2 gigabytes into GridFtp resources now works. Timeout bugs that could arise when sending large numbers of files were fixed. A core dump problem for HPSS type resources involving parallel I/O on Linux servers was fixed. A new option -o was added to show collection ownership in SgetColl.
Release Notes: Many new features, including Master/Slave MCAT, a prototype integration of the HDF5 and SRB, and a monitoring and alert system. The client API and handling of firewalled networks were improved. There were also many bugfixes and speedups.
Release Notes: The schema system has been replaced and is now extensible. Real-time and MDSPlus support has been added. HPSS support has been updated. Bugs in MCAT zones have been fixed. Compound objects now work correctly. Heavy loads now work under Mac OS X. Fixes for a number of other minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug when handling files greater than 2 GB. A greater range of file-types is now recognized correctly.