Tier 1 in Dubna for CMS: plans and prospects Korenkov Vladimir LIT, JINR AIS-GRID School 2013, April 25 Tier 0 at CERN: Acquisition, First pass reconstruction, Storage & Distribution 1.25 GB/sec (ions) Ian.Bird@cern.ch 1 Tier Structure of GRID Distributed Computing: Tier-0/Tier-1/Tier-2 Ian.Bird@cern.ch Tier-0 (CERN): вЂў accepts data from the CMS Online Data Acquisition and Trigger System вЂў archives RAW data вЂў the first pass of reconstruction and performs Prompt Calibration вЂў data distribution to Tier-1 Tier-1 (11 centers): вЂў receives a data from the Tier-0 вЂў data processing (rereconstruction, skimming , calibration etc) вЂў distributes data and MC to the other Tier-1 and Tier-2 вЂў secure storage and redistribution for data and MC Tier-2 (>200 centers): вЂў simulation вЂў user physics analysis 2 3 Wigner Data Centre, Budapest вЂўNew facility due to be ready at the end of 2012 вЂў1100mВІ (725mВІ) in an existing building but new infrastructure вЂў2 independent HV lines вЂўFull UPS and diesel coverage for all IT load (and cooling) вЂўMaximum 2.7MW Slide from I.Bird (CERN, WLCG) presentation at GRID2012 in Dubna WLCG Grid Sites вЂў Tier 0 вЂў Tier 1 вЂў Tier 2 вЂў Today >150 sites вЂў >300k CPU cores вЂў >250 PB disk Russian Data Intensive Grid infrastructure (RDIG) The Russian consortium RDIG (Russian Data Intensive Grid), was set up in September 2003 as a national federation in the EGEE project. Now the RDIG infrastructure comprises 17 Resource Centers with > 20000 kSI2K CPU and > 4500 TB of disc storage. RDIG Resource Centres: вЂ“ ITEP вЂ“ JINR-LCG2 (Dubna) вЂ“ RRC-KI вЂ“ RU-Moscow-KIAM вЂ“ RU-Phys-SPbSU вЂ“ RU-Protvino-IHEP вЂ“ RU-SPbSU вЂ“ Ru-Troitsk-INR вЂ“ ru-IMPB-LCG2 вЂ“ ru-Moscow-FIAN вЂ“ ru-Moscow-MEPHI вЂ“ ru-PNPI-LCG2 (Gatchina) вЂ“ ru-Moscow-SINP - Kharkov-KIPT (UA) - BY-NCPHEP (Minsk) - UA-KNU Country Normalized CPU time (2012-2013) All Country - 19,416,532,244 Job 726,441,731 Russia- 410,317,672 (2.12%) 23,541,182 ( 3.24%) 6 Country Normalized CPU time per VO (2012-2013) 7 Russia Normalized CPU time per SITE and VO (2012-2013) All VO Russia - 409,249,900 JINR - 183,008,044 CMS Russia - 112,025,416 JINR - 67,938,700 (61%) 8 8 Frames for Grid cooperation with CERN п‚ћ п‚ћ п‚ћ п‚ћ п‚ћ 2001: EU-dataGrid Worldwide LHC Computing Grid (WLCG) 2004: Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) EGI-InSPIRE CERN-RFBR project вЂњGrid Monitoring from VO perspectiveвЂќ Collaboration in the area of WLCG monitoring WLCG today includes more than 170 computing centers where more than 2 million jobs are being executed daily and petabytes of data are transferred between sites. Monitoring of the LHC computing activities and of the health and performance of the distributed sites and services is a vital condition of the success of the LHC data processing. WLCG Transfer Dashboard Monitoring of the XRootD federations WLCG Google Earth Dashboard Tier3 monitoring toolkit 9 JINR вЂ“LCG2 Tier2 site Provides the largest share to the Russian Data Intensive Grid (RDIG) contribution to the global WLCG/EGEE/EGI Grid-infrastructure. JINR secured 46% of the overall RDIG computing time contribution to the solution of LHC tasks п‚ћ During 2012, CICC has run more than 7.4 million jobs, the overall CPU time spent exceeding 152 million hours (in HEPSpec06 units) п‚ћ Presently, the CICC computing cluster comprises 2582 64-bit processors and a data storage system of 1800 TB total capacity. п‚ћ WLCG Tier1 center in Russia вЂў Proposal to create the LCG Tier1 center in Russia (official letter by Minister of Science and Education of Russia A. Fursenko has been sent to CERN DG R. Heuer in March 2011). вЂў The corresponding point to include in the agenda of next 5x5 meeting Russia-CERN (October 2011) - for all four experiments ALICE, ATLAS, CMS and LHCb - ~10% of the summary Tier1 (without CERN) resources - increase by 30% each year - draft planning (proposal under discussion) to have prototype in the end 2012, and full resources in 2014 to meet the start of next working LHC session. of вЂў Discussion about distributed Tier1 in Russia for LHC and FAIR 11 Joint NRC "Kurchatov Institute" вЂ“ JINR Tier1 Computing Centre Project: В«Creation of the automated system of data processing for experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of Tier1 level and maintenance of Grid-services for a distributed analysis of these dataВ» Terms: 2011-2013 Type of project: R&D Cost: federal budget - 280 million rubles (~8.5 MCHF), extrabudgetary sources - 50% of the total cost Leading executor: RRC KI В«Kurchatov instituteВ» for ALICE, ATLAS, and LHC-B Co-executor: LIT JINR (Dubna) for the CMS experiment Project goal: creation in Russia of a computer-based system for processing experimental data received at the LHC and provision of Grid-services for a subsequent analysis of these data at the distributed centers of the LHC global Grid- system. Core of the proposal: development and creation of a working prototype of the firstlevel center for data processing within the LHC experiments with a resource volume not less than 15% of the required one and a full set of grid-services for a subsequent distributed analysis of these data. 13 The Core of LHC Networking: LHCOPN and Partners 13 JINR CMS Tier-1 progress в—Џ в—Џ в—Џ в—Џ в—Џ 2012 (done) 2013 2014 CPU (HEPSpec06) Number of core 14400 1200 28800 2400 57600 4800 Disk (Terabytes) 720 3500 4500 Tape (Terabytes) 72 5700 8000 Disk & server installation and tests: done Tape system installation: done Organization of network infrastructure and connectivity to CERN via GEANT: done Registration in GOC DB and APEL: done Tests of WLCG services via Nagios: done CMS-specific activity в—Џ Currently commissioning Tier-1 resource for CMS: вЂ“ вЂ“ вЂ“ вЂ“ вЂ“ в—Џ в—Џ Local Tests of CMS VO-services and CMS SW The PhEDEx LoadTest (tests of data transfer links) Job Robot Tests (or tests via HammerCloud) Long-running CPU intensive jobs Long-running I/O intensive jobs PHDEDX transferred of RAW input data to our storage element with transfer efficiency around 90% Prepared services and data storage for the reprocessing of 2012 8 TeV reprocessing Services вЂў вЂў вЂў вЂў вЂў вЂў вЂў вЂў вЂў вЂў Security (GSI) Computing Element (CE) Storage Element (SE) Monitoring and Accounting Virtual Organizations (VOMS) Workload management (WMS) Information service (BDII) File transfer service (FTS + PhEDEx) SQUID Server CMS user services (Reconstruction Services, Analysis Services etc) 17 19 Milestones of the JINR CMS Tier-1 Deployment and Commissioning Objective Target date Presentation the Execution Plan to WLCG OB Sep 2012 Prototype Disk & Servers installation and tests Oct 2012 Tape system installation Nov 2012 Organization of network infrastructure and connectivity to CERN via GEANT (2 Gb) Nov 2012 WLCG OPN integration (2 Gb) and JINR-T1 registration in GOCDB including integration with the APEL accounting system Dec 2012 M1 Dec 2012 LHC OPN functional tests (2 Gb) May 2013 Test of WLCG and CMS services (2 Gb LHCOPN) May 2013 Test of tape system at JINR: data transfers from CERN to JINR (using 2 Gb LHC OPN) May 2013 Test of publishing accounting data May 2013 Definition of Tier 2 sites support May 2013 Connectivity to CERN 10 Gb Jul 2013 M2 Jul 2013 LHC OPN functional tests (10 Gb) Aug 2013 Test of tape system at JINR: data transfers from CERN to JINR (using 10 Gb LHC OPN) Aug 2013 Upgrade of tape, disk and CPU capacity at JINR Nov 2013 M3 Nov 2013 85% of the job capacity running for at least 2 months Storage availability > 98% (functional tests) for at least 2 months Running with > 98% Availabilities & Reliabilities for at least 30 days WLCG MoU as an associate Tier-1 center Feb 2014 Disk & Tape & Servers upgrade Oct 2014 M4 Dec 2014 US-BNL CERN Amsterdam/NIKHEF-SARA Bologna/CNAF CaTRIUMF Taipei/ASGC Russia: NRC KI NDGF JINR US-FNAL 26 June 2009 De-FZK Barcelona/PIC Lyon/CCIN2P3 UK-RAL 21 Staffing ROLE Administrative FTE 1.5 Korenkov V. Network support Engineering Infrastructure 2 Mitsyn V. 2.5 Hardware support 3 Core software and WLCG middleware 4.5 CMS Services 3.5 Dolbilov A. Trofimov V. Total 17 Shmatov S.