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 ===== Which Linux servers should you use? ===== ===== Which Linux servers should you use? =====
  
-There are lots of things you can do directly on your **local** Win7 or Linux desktop (displaying pdf, images, using a text editor, ...), rather than on the remote servers. Never forget that **your local desktop has access to the remote disks on the Linux servers**.+There are lots of things you can do directly on your **local** Win7/​Win10 ​or Linux desktop (displaying pdf, images, using a text editor, ...), rather than on the remote servers. Never forget that **your local desktop has access to the remote disks on the Linux servers**.
  
 Otherwise, **use the appropriate Linux servers**. The //load balancing// system will send you to the server that has currently the smallest load Otherwise, **use the appropriate Linux servers**. The //load balancing// system will send you to the server that has currently the smallest load
  
-  * obelixN ​(''​ssh obelix''​, or ''​ssh obelix.lb''​): never forget that you are sharing these servers with other users! Do not use too much CPU and memory for a long time. Heavy computation should be done on the obelix cluster +  * **obelix**//​NN// ​(type ''​ssh obelix'' ​to get there): never forget that you are sharing these servers with other users! Do not use too much CPU and memory for a long time. Heavy computation should be done on the obelix cluster 
-  * [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​calcul/​batch.php|the batch system]] (aka //obelix cluster//) for really heavy duty programs+    * <​code>​ $ ssh obelix 
 +Last login: Mon Jun  3 08:49:53 2019 from somewhere 
 +# You can use one of the following commands if you want to know on which obelix you are 
 + >​echo $HOST 
 +obelix5 
 + >​hostname 
 +obelix5</​code>​ 
 +  * [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​calcul/​batch.php|the batch system]] (aka //​obelix ​**cluster**//) for really heavy duty programs
   * in some cases, you may need an account to use the [[http://​mesocentre.ipsl.fr/​|IPSL/​ESPRI clusters]] (aka //ciclad// and //​climserv//​),​ especially if you need to use data that is already available/​mirrored there, rather than copying the data to LSCE   * in some cases, you may need an account to use the [[http://​mesocentre.ipsl.fr/​|IPSL/​ESPRI clusters]] (aka //ciclad// and //​climserv//​),​ especially if you need to use data that is already available/​mirrored there, rather than copying the data to LSCE
-  * asterixN: some people may mention these servers, but they don't exist any more!+  * //asterixN//: some people may mention these servers, but they don't exist any more!
  
 ==== Which shell are you using? ==== ==== Which shell are you using? ====
other/newppl/starting.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/04 17:28 by jypeter