CoEPP RC
 

Adelaide T3

User Access and Authentication

  • Names services and authentication comes from the CoEPP central authentication system. This consists of an LDAP service and a Kerberos KDC.
  • In order to access the Adelaide Tier 3 you must be part of the ui_adl UNIX group

Resources

Topology

  • The following picture provides an ilustration of the proposed model for local usage:

Servers and Hardware

Server Role CPUs Mem
adlui1.adl.coepp.org.au (alias: aui.coepp.org.au) Shared interactive node 1 and batch node 1 8 VCPUs 30 GB RAM
adlui2.adl.coepp.org.au Shared interactive node 2 and batch node 2 6 VCPUs 24 GB RAM
adlui3.adl.coepp.org.au Shared interactive node 3 and batch node 3 6 VCPUs 24 GB RAM
Hostname coepp1.ersa.edu.au
Vendor Dell
Model R620
OS Citrix Xenserver (Virtualization Hypervisor)
Photo
Hostname coepp2.ersa.edu.au
Vendor Dell
Model R620
OS Citrix Xenserver (Virtualization Hypervisor)
Photo

Software Management

Batch System

Queues and Times

# qstat -q
server: adltorque.adl.coepp.org.au
Queue            Memory CPU Time Walltime Node  Run Que Lm  State
---------------- ------ -------- -------- ----  --- --- --  -----
adl_long           --      --    96:00:00   --    0   0 --   E R
adl_short          --      --    02:00:00   --    0   0 --   E R
adl_extralong      --      --    168:00:0   --    0   0 --   E R
                                               ----- -----
                                                  0     0

Default Queue

# qmgr -c 'p s' | grep default_queue
set server default_queue = adl_long

Running X application

  • Running X applications and forwarding remote X windows is enabled through XPRA
tier3/adl.txt · Last modified: 2015/06/12 12:00 by goncalo
 
Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: CC Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International
Recent changes RSS feed Donate Powered by PHP Valid XHTML 1.0 Valid CSS Driven by DokuWiki