Changes between Version 53 and Version 54 of Documentation/CGettingStarted


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01/15/13 00:23:01 (7 years ago)
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    1717'''During your approved time slot''', you can then log into the '''console''' corresponding to the following table using SSH:
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    19 ||Main grid (400 nodes)|| console.grid.orbit-lab.org ||
    20 ||Sandbox 1 (2 nodes)|| console.sb1.orbit-lab.org ||
    21 ||Sandbox 2 (2 nodes)|| console.sb2.orbit-lab.org ||
    22 ||Sandbox 5 (2 nodes)|| console.sb5.orbit-lab.org ||
    23 ||Sandbox 6 (2 nodes)|| console.sb6.orbit-lab.org ||
    24 ||Sandbox 7 (2 nodes)|| console.sb7.orbit-lab.org ||
    25 ||Sandbox 8 (2 nodes)|| console.sb8.orbit-lab.org ||
     18|| Name || Nodes || Console FQDN || Special Resources ||
     19||Main grid || 400 || console.grid.orbit-lab.org || USRP2, USRP1, Blue too, Zigbee, etc... ||
     20||Sandbox 1 || 2 || console.sb1.orbit-lab.org || None ||
     21||Sandbox 2 || 2 || console.sb2.orbit-lab.org || None ||
     22||Sandbox 3 || 2 || console.sb3.orbit-lab.org || USRP2 ||
     23||Sandbox 4 || 9 || console.sb4.orbit-lab.org || RF isolated nodes + mixer ||
     24||Sandbox 5 || 2 || console.sb5.orbit-lab.org || USRP1 ||
     25||Sandbox 6 || 2 || console.sb6.orbit-lab.org || WinC2R ||
     26||Sandbox 7 || 2 || console.sb7.orbit-lab.org || None ||
     27||Sandbox 8 || 2 || console.sb8.orbit-lab.org || None ||
     28||Sandbox 9 || 11 || console.sb9.orbit-lab.org || Netfpga + Openflow ||
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    28 For e.g to access the sandbox2,
     31For example, to access the sandbox2,
    2932{{{
    3033yourhost>ssh username@console.sb2.orbit-lab.org
    3134}}}
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    33 When you have successfully logged in, you can start an experiment using the [wiki:NodeHandler nodehandler]. First time users are '''highly''' encouraged to reserve time on a sandbox instead of the main grid, and start with the built-in ''Hello World'' experiment.
     36When you have successfully logged in, you can start an experiment using the [wiki:NodeHandler Omf Framework]. First time users are '''highly''' encouraged to reserve time on a sandbox instead of the main grid, and start with the built-in ''Hello World'' experiment.
    3437 * Before we begin using the nodes, it's a good idea to check their status first. This is done with the omf stat command.This will typically produce a result like:
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    163166If you are still unsure what Orbit is, please read the [wiki:FAQ FAQ] and the [wiki:Tutorial Tutorial], otherwise go ahead and [http://www.orbit-lab.org/userManagement/register register].
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