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Mac LSC DataGrid Client Installation

Installing Mac LSC DataGrid Client

Supported Platforms

The Mac LDG client version 5.3.10, released on 6th November 2017, is supported on systems running OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), macOS 10.12 (Sierra), and macOS 10.13 (High Sierra).

Previous releases of the Mac LDG Client can be found here.

Upgrading from Mac LDG Client version 5.2.4, or higher

If you are already running version 5.2.4, or higher, of the Mac LDG Client you can use the built in ldg-upgrade script, from an administrator account, to automate upgrading to the latest version:

$ ldg-upgrade
Version 5.3.10 of the Mac LDG Client is available, you are running 5.3.9

* OSG CA Certificates 1.67
* Globus Toolkit 6.0.1506371041 - 20170928 Advisories
* OpenSSL 1.0.2m

Do you want to download this version [y/N]? y
Do you want to install this version [y/N]? y

At which point you will be prompted for your administrator password and the update will be installed.

Upgrading from Mac LDG 5.0.0 - 5.2.3

Due to changes in the upgrade process upgrading to the latest release from versions 5.0.0 to 5.2.3 is a two step process:

  1. First run the ldg-upgrade command, as discussed above, to upgrade to version 5.2.4, and
  2. then run the ldg-upgrade a second time to update to the latest version.

Upgrading from Mac LDG 4.x, or new a installation

  1. The Mac LDG installs to /opt/ldg, if you have a version of the old, pacman based, LDG installed in this location you need to remove it:
      $ rm -rf /opt/ldg
    Along with all other copies of the old LDG.
  2. Download the installer: ldg-client-5.3.10.pkg.
  3. Initiate the installer, from an administrator account, by double clicking on the downloaded installer, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
  4. When the installer has finished instructions will be displayed on adding the appropriate entries to your .profile so that the LDG binaries are made available in your environment.
  5. Once you have added the appropriate entries to your environment, source your .profile and check that the LDG is functioning correctly by running the ldg-version command and ensuring the output is of the form:
      LIGO Data Grid:       5.3.10
    
      Platform:             Mac OS X 10.13.1 (17B48)
      Hostname:             phy-mercer-l1.phys.uwm.edu
      Date:                 Mon 06 Nov 2017 10:31:02 CST
    
      Globus Toolkit:       6.0.1506371041
      GSI-OpenSSH:          7.5p1b-GSI
      MyProxy:              6.1
      OSG CA Certificates:  1.67
  6. Obtain a digital certificate, if required, by following these instructions.

Getting Help

If you run into any problems during installation please contact the LDG help-desk by sending an email to ldg-help@ligo.org indicating that you are experiencing a problem with the Mac Client. Please remember that these packages are supported on a "best-effort" basis and may lag behind the packages for the reference platforms.

Supported by the National Science Foundation. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recomendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF)
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