Changes between Version 67 and Version 68 of Documentation/CGettingStarted


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02/05/13 22:41:01 (7 years ago)
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Ilya Chigirev
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    33= How to get started =
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    5 First, you will need an ORBIT account. Please check the [wiki:Documents/About/UsagePolicy usage policy] if you are eligible. Typically, in order to get an account,one would have to [http://www.orbit-lab.org/userManagement/register register for an account] and get it approved by the PI in charge of the project/institution they wish to be part off. If particular institution is not available, the appropriate PI can [http://www.orbit-lab.org/userManagement/orgReg register] for an institutional account.
     5First, you will need an ORBIT account. Please check the [wiki:Documentation/UsagePolicy usage policy] if you are eligible. Typically, in order to get an account,one would have to [http://www.orbit-lab.org/userManagement/register register for an account] and get it approved by the PI in charge of the project/institution they wish to be part off. If particular institution is not available, the appropriate PI can [http://www.orbit-lab.org/userManagement/orgReg register] for an institutional account.
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    77A typical experiment requires the following five steps:
     
    1212  ssh username@sb1.orbit-lab.org
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    14  3. Load the images: [[CollapsibleStart(Load an image on the nodes)]] [[Include(Documentation/Short/LoadImage)]][[CollapsibleEnd]] Prior to executing the "Hello World" experiment, users need to install an image on the hard disks of the nodes. For this tutorial we will use '''baseline.ndz'''. This image is built on top of '''Ubuntu 12.04''', and is pre-configured with the proper modules and start up scripts to take advantage of the rest of the Orbit [wiki:/Software software] / [wiki:/Hardware hardware]. The imageing process will turn the nodes back off after completing imageing. At this point the nodes disks are imaged with the ''basline'' image and need to be turned back on before proceeding.
     14 3. Load the images: [[CollapsibleStart(Load an image on the nodes)]] [[Include(Documentation/Short/LoadImage)]][[CollapsibleEnd]] Prior to executing the "Hello World" experiment, users need to install an image on the hard disks of the nodes. For this tutorial we will use '''baseline.ndz'''. This image is built on top of '''Ubuntu 12.04''', and is pre-configured with the proper modules and start up scripts to take advantage of the rest of the Orbit [wiki:/Software software] / [wiki:/Hardware hardware]. The imaging process will turn the nodes back off after completing imageing. At this point the nodes disks are imaged with the ''baseline'' image and need to be turned back on before proceeding.
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    1616  username@sb1.orbit-lab.org:~$ omf tell -a offh -t all