The MonaLisa configuration script is located in:
It allows the user to interactively answer questions that are important to properly configuring the MonaLisa server. Even though VDT creates a working MonaLisa configuration by default, "getting it right" is non-trivial. Therefore it is highly recommended that you run this script before using MonaLisa.
Here is the list of questions the script will ask the user:
[ckireyev@condor-unsup-7:/opt/vdt/vdt/setup/]$ configure_monalisa.sh MonaLisa will run as user: ckireyev to change that, re-run configure_monalisa.sh as root This is the name you will be seen by the world, so please choose a name that represents you. Make sure this name is unique in the MonaLisa environment. Please specify the farm name [condor-unsup-7.cs.wisc.edu]: MyGreatBigFarm Please enter your contact name (your name) [ckireyev]: Carey Kireyev Contact email (your email) [email@example.com]: firstname.lastname@example.org City (server's location) : Madison Country : USA You can find some aproximate values for your geographic location from: http://geotags.com/ or you can search your location on Google Location latitude (-180..180) : 45 Location logitude (-180..180) : 78 Do you want to enable Ganaglia support (y/n)? [y]y On which host is Ganglia Running? [localhost]: condor-unsup-7.cs.wisc.edu On which port is Ganglia running? : Do you want to enable VO_Modules support (y/n)? [y]: y Please specify Globus location: [/opt/vdt/globus]: Please specify CONDOR location: [/opt/vdt/condor]: Please specify PBS location: : Please specify LSF location: : Do you want to enable the auto-update feature support (y/n)? [n]n Do you want to automatically start MonaLisa daemon with inetd (y/n)? [y]n Please review the information: MonaLisa user: ckireyev Farm name: MyGreatBigFarm Name: Carey Kireyev Email: email@example.com City: Madison Country: USA Latitude: 45 Longitude: 78 Ganglia: y (condor-unsup-7.cs.wisc.edu:8649) VO_Modules: y Globus location: /opt/vdt/globus Condor location: /opt/vdt/condor LSF location: PBS location: Auto-update: n Start with inetd: n Is this information correct (y/n)? [n]:
The script can be re-run multiple times. Old answers are remembered and displayed as defaults, so there is no need to re-type them next time you run the script.