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 ====== COR@L User Guide ====== ====== COR@L User Guide ======
  
-This page contains instructions and guidelines for COR@L users for accessing the resources available in the laboratory. These instructions are far from comprehensivebut represent a basic guide for getting started. We hope you find these guidelines to be helpful on your path to becoming an expert on the tools you need in your research. ​Fell free to contact [[mailto:​aykut@lehigh.edu|Aykut Bulut]] if you have any questions or suggestions for additions to this page.+This page contains instructions and guidelines for COR@L users for accessing the resources available in the laboratory. These instructions are far from comprehensive but represent a basic guide for getting started. We hope you find these guidelines to be helpful on your path to becoming an expert on the tools you need in your research. ​Feel free to contact [[bsuresh@lehigh.edu|Suresh Bolusani]] if you have any questions or suggestions for additions to this page.
  
 ===== Getting Started with Linux ===== ===== Getting Started with Linux =====
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- <​p>​Every user with a COR@L account can access the machines listed <a href="/​coral-resources/​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 to cluster directly from your host (vpn) or jumphostThe only host you should be connecting to for cluster work is <span style = "​font-weight:​bold">​polyps.ie.lehigh.edu</​span>​</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>​
 <​pre><​code>​ssh username@machinename.ie.lehigh.edu</​code></​pre>​ <​pre><​code>​ssh username@machinename.ie.lehigh.edu</​code></​pre>​
-<​p>​Your COR@L username and password ​is the same for all machines. ​ COR@L uses NIS to manage passwords, so passwords can be at most 8 characters long.  Any extra characters will be ignored. ​ If you wish to change your password, then do not use the passwd command. ​ Use yppasswd instead.</​p>​+<​p>​Your COR@L username and password ​are the same for all machines. ​ COR@L uses NIS to manage passwords, so passwords can be at most 8 characters long.  Any extra characters will be ignored. ​ If you wish to change your password, then do not use the passwd command. ​ Use yppasswd instead.</​p>​
 <h4> Windows users </h4> <h4> Windows users </h4>
 <p>If you are using Windows and want to sign into a COR@L machine, then you need to install an ssh client first. ​ There are several free software options. ​ You can check <a href="​http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Comparison_of_SSH_clients">​Wikipedia</​a>​ for more information about your choices. ​ A common free ssh client is putty, which can be downloaded <a href="​http://​www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/​~sgtatham/​putty/​download.html">​here</​a>​. ​ This ssh client is easy to use and it is well documented <a href="​http://​the.earth.li/​~sgtatham/​putty/​0.60/​htmldoc">​here</​a>​.</​p>​ <p>If you are using Windows and want to sign into a COR@L machine, then you need to install an ssh client first. ​ There are several free software options. ​ You can check <a href="​http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Comparison_of_SSH_clients">​Wikipedia</​a>​ for more information about your choices. ​ A common free ssh client is putty, which can be downloaded <a href="​http://​www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/​~sgtatham/​putty/​download.html">​here</​a>​. ​ This ssh client is easy to use and it is well documented <a href="​http://​the.earth.li/​~sgtatham/​putty/​0.60/​htmldoc">​here</​a>​.</​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 =====
  
-Also check the main thread: [[:​condor|CONDOR]]+Alsocheck the main thread: [[:​condor|CONDOR]]
  
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