Changes between Version 93 and Version 94 of Documentation/FAQ


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06/14/13 13:01:27 (4 years ago)
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    136136Users can (and should) access respective consoles directly (i.e. you don't need intermediate ssh to 
    137 gateway anymore); you still DO have to reserve respective resource in order to gain access during your time slot. You will need to setup up `Documentation/SSHKeys`:sshkeys. 
     137gateway anymore); you still DO have to reserve respective resource in order to gain access during your time slot. You will need to setup up ssk keys, see: `Documentation/SSHKeys`:trac:. 
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    139139Access to gateway.orbit-lab.org is not controlled by the scheduler and should be always available. 
     
    170170Yes.  The nodes do not have direct access to the Internet.  However, the machine used for initial login, "gateway.orbit-lab.org", does.  The consoles are also open for direct access from outside. e.g in order to access console for sandbox2, use '''ssh user@console.sb2.orbit-lab.org'''. Since your home directory on gateway is also accessible via the testbed consoles, it is possible to upload and download from the Internet on "gateway.orbit-lab.org" and copy files to your nodes from the testbed console. 
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     172How do I find out what hardware is attached to a node? 
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     175The status can be used to determine what hardware is located on a specific node. More information can be found here: `Software/bAM/jStatus`:trac: . 
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    173178Hardware Setup 
     
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    246 Please bear in mind that the ORBIT software components (i.e. nodehandler/nodeagent, libmac, otr/otg, oml, and wireless drivers) are under constant development.  The baseline image is continually updated with the latest stable releases of these components.  If you are going to use your own derivative of the baseline and you use these components, may need to update these packages manually.  Please watch the orbit-user mail list for development related news. 
     251Please bear in mind that the ORBIT software components (i.e. nodehandler/nodeagent, libmac, otr/otg, oml, and wireless drivers) are under constant development.  The baseline image is continually updated with the latest stable releases of these components.  If you are going to use your own derivative of the baseline and you use these components, may need to update these packages manually.  Please watch the orbit-user mail list for development related news. More information can be found at this page: `HowTo/HowToSave`:trac: 
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