|US ATLAS SW Infrastructure|
Code Repositories at U.S. ATLAS Tier I Center|
This page is not updated since December 2005. Please refer to U.S. ATLAS Software Support Wiki for up-to-date information.
U.S. ATLAS Tier I Center maintains the mirror of ATLAS
CVS repository at
This mirror is available for checkouts only. The import and
commit operations should be performed with
CERN ATLAS CVS repository
that is accessible by the kserver or pserver methods only.
For information on CVS commit history or hyperlinked code browsing
please refer to the
U.S. ATLAS Software Server and
CERN Software Development web page
There is also the local U.S. ATLAS CVS repository
for personal work of U.S. ATLAS members and the development
projects that might in future go to the ATLAS repository.
It consists of the
package module for storing
finalized packages and the individual modules named with
usatlas account usernames.
The location is at
Another repository is the public U.S. ATLAS CVS repository
available for users worldwide with pserver access method.
To read from this repository, use
CVSROOT=":pserver:email@example.com:/rootbnl/cvs" (no password
When working with CERN CVS repository using kserver access method, the CERN Kerberos Version 4 ticket is needed. It can be obtained with klog.krb command:
/usr/kerberos/bin/kdestroybefore running klog.krb. In case of problems with the CERN CVS repository that require administrative rights to the latter, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note about CMT and CVS.
In ATLAS release the packages have additional
version directories that are absent ATLAS CVS repository.
It is recommended to use
cmt co operation
for checkouts since it creates the correct directory hierarchy.
See section 12 of
The tags for ATLAS releases are collected by special tool Tag Collector. The web page of Tag Collector contains the list of ATLAS releases. The release under construction is the latest release for which users are allowed to modify tags and add packages. The new version of packages appear in the next nightlies. The Tag Collector web page is protected with the password usual for other restricted ATLAS pages.