DiGS is a distributed-data management system that combines commodity storage resources — such as file servers and SRM servers — into a large-scale, unified file repository, which is presented to the end-user through an easy-to-use, lightweight client toolkit.
DiGS is built on top of the Globus Toolkit and the EGEE application stack.
XMLDiff is tool for automatically comparing the content of XML files. For more information view the documentation or contact the development team. We would be interested to hear if you use XMLDiff. Send an e-mail to George Beckett describing your usage.
DiGS was originally developed for the UKQCD Collaboration, who have provided support and input throughout the application's lifetime. Development has been supported by STFC, through the GridPP programme and the PIPSS programme. Various dissemination activities and pilot activities have been supported by the eDIKT2 programme.
Development of XMLDiff was supported by PPARC Grant PPA/G/O/200200486.
In preparation for the imminent closure of NeSCForge, the XMLDiff package (source code, releases, and documentation) has been moved to a new home alongside the main DiGS software stack on CCPForge.
The team is pleased to announce the release of DiGS Version 3.1. The main change, in this version, is the inclusion of support for SRM-based storage technologies (such as DPM and StoRM). Full details of how to add SRM storage to a data grid is provided in the DiGS 3.1 Setup Guide. Second, the technology preview of the new Java-based GUI client has matured, and should be sufficiently stable for general use. The GUI client can be run on Unix/Linux, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OS platforms,... (see more)