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===== LICENSE =====

Copyright 2002-2009 GridWay Team, Distributed Systems Architecture Group, 
Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
a copy of the License at

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

===== WELCOME =====

The GridWay Metascheduler enables large-scale, reliable and efficient sharing 
of computing resources: clusters, supercomputers, stand-alone servers... 
It supports different LRM systems (PBS, SGE, LSF, Condor, etc.) within a 
single organization or scattered across several administrative domains. 
GridWay provides a single point of access to all resources in your 
organization, from in-house systems to Grid infrastructures and Cloud providers.

GridWay supports most of existing Grid middlewares (Globus WS and pre-WS, LCG, 
CREAM, ARC), is being used on main production Grid infrastructures (EGEE, OSG, 
TeraGrid, ...) and can dynamically access to Cloud resources (Amazon EC2, ...).


Since version 5.5, the documentation is completely online at .

===== INSTALL =====

Check the Installation Guide and/or the Quick Installation guide for more details .
Depending on whether you need a single-user or multi-user, it gets slightly more 
complex due to the role of gridway administrator.
In any case, it summarizes to ten steps:

0) Make sure you have installed and running a working Globus Toolkit (recommended 
the latest 4.2).
1) Pre-install a set of packages (make, gcc, java, libssl-dev [openssl-devel], 
perl, libnet-ldap-perl [perl-LDAP], ruby, ruby-dev [ruby-devel]).
2) Set up the gwuser (also the gwadmin for administratio of multi-user) and the env
3) Enter the downloaded directory, either after uncompression or svn check out.
4) ./configure
5) make
6) make install
7) Configure GridWay (
through the files $GW_LOCATION/etc/gwd.conf y $GW_LOCATION/etc/sched.conf.
8) Launch the gridway daemon from $GW_LOCATION/bin/gwd.
9) Test it and enjoy!


Sometimes problems arise. The GridWay community provides free support

Alternatively, you might access and register to the GridWay development portal for 
bug filling and technical project overview (

===== CREDITS =====

The GridWay team.,