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info:user_guide [2018/11/06 21:11]
bsuresh Few fixes
info:user_guide [2021/07/26 08:24]
mjm519 [Logging into COR@L]
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- <​p>​Every user with a COR@L account can access the machines listed <a href="​https://​coral.ie.lehigh.edu/​wiki/​doku.php/​coral_lab#​hardware">​here</​a>​ using her/his username and password. ​ However, if you are outside Lehigh’s network, then you need to log into shark.ie.lehigh.edu ​or coral.ie.lehigh.edu ​and then ssh into another machine on the list Please ​keep in mind that shark is the file server and coral is the web server. ​ Therefore, these two machines should not be used for big and/or long running jobs ​If ​you have such a job, then please use another computer in the list.</p>+ <​p>​Every user with a COR@L account can access the machines listed <a href="​https://​coral.ie.lehigh.edu/​wiki/​doku.php/​coral_lab#​hardware">​here</​a>​ using her/his username and password. ​ However, if you are outside Lehigh’s network, then you need to connect to Lehigh VPN Concentrator or use the Lehigh Linux Jumphost - ssh.lehigh.edu. <a href="​https://​coral.ise.lehigh.edu/wiki/doku.php/​tutorial:​vpn">​Please ​reference ​the Lehigh VPN Wiki page for guidance<​/a>Once you are on the VPN or connected to the Jumphost you can connect toe cluster directly from your host (vpn) or jumphost.</p>
 <h4> Linux users </h4> <h4> Linux users </h4>
 <p>If you are a Linux user, then logging into COR@L is straightforward. ​ The following command uses ssh, which is typically available on standard Linux distributions:</​p>​ <p>If you are a Linux user, then logging into COR@L is straightforward. ​ The following command uses ssh, which is typically available on standard Linux distributions:</​p>​
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 +===== Using Torque on COR@L =====
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 +PBS Torque is the batch queueing system on Cor@l. Torque is backed up by the Maui Scheduler. Please reference the Torque tutorial page. Condor has been retired.
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 +Check out the tutorial: [[:​tutorial:​torque]]
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 ===== Using CONDOR on COR@L ===== ===== Using CONDOR on COR@L =====
info/user_guide.txt · Last modified: 2021/07/27 12:50 by mjm519