Middlebury

Difference between revisions of "High Performance Computing (HPC)/Training"

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* You can login via [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Shell| ssh (Secure Shell)]:
 
* You can login via [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Shell| ssh (Secure Shell)]:
 
  ssh username@ada
 
  ssh username@ada
* username is your Middlebury username. If your username on the computer you're logging in from is also your Midd username (e.g. if you're using a college owned computer), then you can just use the command ("ssh ada").
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* "username" is your Middlebury username. If your username on the computer you're logging in from is also your Midd username (e.g. if you're using a college owned computer), then you can just use the command ("ssh ada").
 
* You will be prompted for your Middlebury password--after you enter your password, you will now have a linux command prompt for the head node "ada".
 
* You will be prompted for your Middlebury password--after you enter your password, you will now have a linux command prompt for the head node "ada".
 
* You are now in your home directory on ada. From here you can access the filesystem in your home directory, using standard linux commands. For example, we can make a directory:
 
* You are now in your home directory on ada. From here you can access the filesystem in your home directory, using standard linux commands. For example, we can make a directory:
 
  mkdir test_job
 
  mkdir test_job

Revision as of 18:48, 4 June 2019

Logging in

ssh username@ada
  • "username" is your Middlebury username. If your username on the computer you're logging in from is also your Midd username (e.g. if you're using a college owned computer), then you can just use the command ("ssh ada").
  • You will be prompted for your Middlebury password--after you enter your password, you will now have a linux command prompt for the head node "ada".
  • You are now in your home directory on ada. From here you can access the filesystem in your home directory, using standard linux commands. For example, we can make a directory:
mkdir test_job
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