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jypeter [Accessing the LSCE intranet] how to connect from outside
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jypeter [Miscellaneous information] Updated link for Paris-Saclay welcome desk
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-====== Getting started ​in CLIM & ESTIMR ​======+====== Getting started ​at LSCE (by JYP) ======
  
-<note tip>​Welcome to the CLIM & ESTIMR teams!\\ \\ You are probably reading this page because you are a new intern student, visitor, etc...\\ This page will help you survive your first steps at LSCE, at least survive the computers...\\ \\ Reading this page will save your life (and a lot of time)!</​note>​+<note tip>​Welcome to LSCE!\\ \\ You are probably reading this page because you are a new PhD or intern student, visitor, etc...\\ This page will help you survive your first steps at LSCE, at least survive ​using the computers ​(LSCE computers are your future best friends)...\\ \\ Reading this page will save your life (and a lot of time)!\\ \\ This page used to be for the newcomers in the //CLIM// and //ESTIMR// teams, but we can share information LOL</​note>​
  
 ===== Miscellaneous information ===== ===== Miscellaneous information =====
  
-A few useful links that have nothing to do with science and software resources!+A few useful links. Some have nothing to do with science and LSCE hardware/software resources! 
 + 
 +  * [[#​accessing_the_lsce_intranet|LSCE intranet]]
  
   * [[other:​newppl:​pub_transport|LSCE-related public transport]]   * [[other:​newppl:​pub_transport|LSCE-related public transport]]
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   * [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​Phocea/​Page/​index.php?​id=97|Survival kit and other information for CDD and interns]] (LSCE intranet)   * [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​Phocea/​Page/​index.php?​id=97|Survival kit and other information for CDD and interns]] (LSCE intranet)
   * [[http://​internationaloffice.ceasaclay.com/?​lang=en|CEA Saclay International Office]] //Our multilingual staff is readily available to assist you through immigration procedures and to help you settle in France//   * [[http://​internationaloffice.ceasaclay.com/?​lang=en|CEA Saclay International Office]] //Our multilingual staff is readily available to assist you through immigration procedures and to help you settle in France//
-  * [[https://​www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/​en/​e-international-welcome-office|e-International ​Welcome Office]] //​Paris-Saclay ​university help to prepare for your arrival in France ​and help you settle down in the best conditions//​+  * [[https://​www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/​en/​campus-life/international-welcome-desk|International ​welcome desk]] //Université ​Paris-Saclay ​provides you with a variety of services and documentation ​to welcome international students ​and researchers under the best conditions//​
   * [[https://​logement.campus-paris-saclay.fr/​| Trouver un logement dans une résidence universitaire]] (in French... //Finding a room in a student dorm//)   * [[https://​logement.campus-paris-saclay.fr/​| Trouver un logement dans une résidence universitaire]] (in French... //Finding a room in a student dorm//)
   * [[https://​www.science-accueil.org/​en/​|Science Accueil]]   * [[https://​www.science-accueil.org/​en/​|Science Accueil]]
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 Mails sent to these lists will reach lots of people. Think well **before** sending a mail to these lists! Mails sent to these lists will reach lots of people. Think well **before** sending a mail to these lists!
  
-==== The '​clim'​ and '​estimr' ​lists ====+==== The teams mailing ​lists ====
  
-Ask your team leader ​or Jean-Yves ​to add you to your team's mailing list+Ask your team leader to add you to your team's mailing list. Example below: the //CLIM// and //ESTIMR// lists
  
 ^  List  ^  Team  ^  Archive ​ ^ ^  List  ^  Team  ^  Archive ​ ^
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 ===== Using your own computer at LSCE? ===== ===== Using your own computer at LSCE? =====
  
-No need to try to connect your laptop to the LSCE wire network, it will not work!+No need to try to connect your personal ​laptop to the LSCE wire network, it will **not** work!
  
-The best you can do is use the [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​wifi/​index.php|eduroam ​or guest wifi]] network, if your office is close enough to one of the access points.+The best you can do is use the [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/en/​wifi/​index.php|Guest WiFi]] ​or [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​wifi/​eduroam.php|eduroam]] network, if your office is close enough to one of the access points.
  
-**Warning!** You can't connect directly to the //obelix// LSCE servers from the wifi network. You first have to connect to ''​ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr'',​ and then to ''​obelix''​+**Warning!** You **can't** connect directly to the //obelix// LSCE servers from the wifi network. You first have to connect to the ''​ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr'' ​//gateway// server, and then to ''​obelix''​. More details in [[#​accessing_the_lsce_servers_from_outside_the_lsce|Accessing the LSCE servers from outside the LSCE]]
  
 ===== Accessing the LSCE intranet ===== ===== Accessing the LSCE intranet =====
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   * Reading the mails with the [[https://​agenda.lsce.ipsl.fr/​|webmail]] or [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​mail/​thunderbird.php|Thunderbird]]   * Reading the mails with the [[https://​agenda.lsce.ipsl.fr/​|webmail]] or [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​mail/​thunderbird.php|Thunderbird]]
-    * As soon as you have a LSCE e-mail address, make sure it is added to the //clim// or //estimr// **mailing ​list**+    * As soon as you have a LSCE e-mail address, make sure it is added to [[#​the_teams_mailing_lists|you team'​s ​list]]
   * [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​orme/​imprimantes.php|Printers]]   * [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​orme/​imprimantes.php|Printers]]
  
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 ===== Setting up your desktop computer ===== ===== Setting up your desktop computer =====
  
-Everybody working for CLIM & ESTIMR gets computer that can be connected to the LSCE network. Please take the time to read the instructions below, that may help make your life easier+You should receive ​desktop/​laptop ​connected to the LSCE network ​when you arrive. Please take the time to read the instructions below, that may help make your life easier
  
 ==== Windows computer ==== ==== Windows computer ====
  
-Read the notes in [[other:​index#​windows_7_notes|Windows ​notes]] ​or [[other:​index#​windows_10_notes|Windows ​10 notes]], ​especially the //​Configuring ​Windows ​XX// section+Read the [[other:​index#​windows_10_notes|Windows ​10 notes]], especially the //​Configuring Windows 10// section 
 + 
 +Note: there are also some [[other:​index#​windows_7_notes|Windows ​notes]], ​but you are supposed to use Windows ​10 since January 2020!
  
 === Getting administrator'​s rights === === Getting administrator'​s rights ===
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 <note warning>​\\ Make sure you know what you are doing and that you are not executing a virus asking you suspicious access rights!\\ </​note>​ <note warning>​\\ Make sure you know what you are doing and that you are not executing a virus asking you suspicious access rights!\\ </​note>​
  
-If an application requests administrator'​s rights to install something or make changes to the computer, **and you are sure it's not a virus**, use the ''​.\adminuser''​ account and the ''​adminuser''​ password you received when your computer was configured, or ask the [[.:​starting?​do=edit#​getting_help_from_the_lsce_system_administrators|system administrators]]. ​+If an application requests administrator'​s rights to install something or make changes to the computer, **and you are sure it's not a virus**, use the ''​.\admin'' ​local account and the ''​admin''​ password you received when your computer was configured, or ask the [[.:​starting?​do=edit#​getting_help_from_the_lsce_system_administrators|system administrators]]. ​
  
 ==== Linux computer ==== ==== Linux computer ====
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 Follow the instructions in the [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​winsrv.php|Windows servers]] page. If you need to use a program that is missing on this cluster, see the [[#​getting_help_from_the_lsce_system_administrators|Help]] section Follow the instructions in the [[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​winsrv.php|Windows servers]] page. If you need to use a program that is missing on this cluster, see the [[#​getting_help_from_the_lsce_system_administrators|Help]] section
  
-===== Accessing the Linux servers ​from your LSCE deskop ​=====+===== Accessing the LSCE Linux servers =====
  
-==== Linux or mac desktop ====+You have to [[other:​ssh|Use ssh to connect to the servers]]
  
-Just open terminal and [[#which_linux_servers_should_you_use|use ssh to connect ​to the appropriate server]]+If you are really in hurry, go directly to the [[other:ssh#connecting_to_the_lsce_servers_ipsl_servers_tgcc|Connecting ​to the LSCE servers, IPSL servers, TGCC, ...]] section, but it is important that you **read the full //ssh documentation//​ page at least once**!
  
-==== Windows desktop ==== 
  
-There should be an //Obelix// shortcut on the left side of your desktop. Double-click on it in order to open a window (e.g. with graphics) environment on one of the obelix servers. Each terminal you will open in this environment will run on the same obelix server. Use ssh to [[#​which_linux_servers_should_you_use|connect another server]] 
  
-If there is not yet an //Obelix// shortcut, ​use the [[other:​win7apps#​setup|VcXsrv XLaunch]] program to create it+===== Which Linux servers should you use? =====
  
-Note: you can also use [[other:​win7apps#​putty|Putty]] if you just need text windows, or [[other:​win7apps#​vcxsrv_windows_x_server|VcXsrv]] or [[other:​win7apps#​putty|Putty]]+[[other:​win7apps#​cygwin-x|Cygwin-X]] if you also need graphics+==== Working directly on your desktop ====
  
-===== Which Linux servers ​should you use? =====+Always remember that **your local LSCE desktop can [[#​accessing_remote_disks|access remote disks on the LSCE 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**.+There are lots of things you can do directly on your **local** ​Windows 10 or Linux desktop (displaying pdf, images, using a text editor, ...), rather than on the remote servers. ​For example, if a script running on the servers generates a pdf file, it is more efficient to open this pdf file using ''​Acrobat''/''​evince''​ on your desktop, than by using ''​evince'' ​on the server.
  
-Otherwise, **use the appropriate Linux servers**. The //load balancing// system will send you to the server that has currently the smallest load+==== Available ​servers ​====
  
-  * **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 +  * **The LSCE interactive servers**: ''​obelix//NN//''​. Use ''​ssh obelix''​ to access these servers, and the //load balancing// system will send you to the server that has currently the smallest load.\\ Never forget that you are sharing these servers with other users! Do not use too much CPU and/or memory for a long time. Heavy computation should be done on the obelix cluster 
-    * <​code>​ $ ssh obelix+    * <​code>​$ ssh obelix
 Last login: Mon Jun  3 08:49:53 2019 from somewhere 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 # You can use one of the following commands if you want to know on which obelix you are
- >echo $HOST+echo $HOST
 obelix5 obelix5
- >hostname+hostname
 obelix5</​code>​ 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 +  * **[[https://​intranet.lsce.ipsl.fr/​informatique/​en/​calcul/​batch.php|The LSCE cluster]]** (aka the //batch system//). Use this for really heavy duty programs 
-  * //asterixN//: some people ​may mention these servers, but they don't exist any more!+  * **[[http://​mesocentre.ipsl.fr/​|The ciclad and climserv servers]]**. In some cases, you may need an account to use the [[http://​mesocentre.ipsl.fr/​|IPSL/​ESPRI clusters]], especially if you need to use data files that are already available/​mirrored there (e.g. **''​CMIPn''​ data**), rather than copying the data to LSCE 
 +    * [[http://​mesocentre.ipsl.fr/​account-opening/​|Requesting a new account]] 
 +  * **The ''​asterix//N//''​ servers**: some wise LSCE elders ​may mention these servers, but they don't exist any more!
  
 ==== Which shell are you using? ==== ==== Which shell are you using? ====
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 If the Linux server you are working on seems slow, or if you want to get an idea of the resources **you** are using, you should use the ''​top''​ command If the Linux server you are working on seems slow, or if you want to get an idea of the resources **you** are using, you should use the ''​top''​ command
  
-<​code>​jypeter@obelix4 - ...jypeter - 46 >top+<​code> ​ >​hostname 
 +obelix3 
 + 
 + >top
 top - 17:48:51 up 8 days, 23:43, 29 users, ​ load average: 1.22, 1.38, 1.98 top - 17:48:51 up 8 days, 23:43, 29 users, ​ load average: 1.22, 1.38, 1.98
 Tasks: 324 total, ​  2 running, 320 sleeping, ​  2 stopped, ​  0 zombie Tasks: 324 total, ​  2 running, 320 sleeping, ​  2 stopped, ​  0 zombie
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   PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND   PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND
-10193 mpeau     20   ​0 ​ 302m 4336 2272 R 100.0  0.0   ​7033:​08 emacs +10193 john      ​20   ​0 ​ 302m 4336 2272 R 100.0  0.0   ​7033:​08 emacs 
-16504 mpeau     20   ​0 ​ 110m 2008 1228 S  0.7  0.0   ​0:​00.13 tcsh +16504 john      ​20   ​0 ​ 110m 2008 1228 S  0.7  0.0   ​0:​00.13 tcsh 
-26344 dzhu      ​20 ​  0 1635m  20m 3880 S  0.3  0.1   ​0:​44.90 ipython+26344 jane      ​20 ​  0 1635m  20m 3880 S  0.3  0.1   ​0:​44.90 ipython
     1 root      20   0 21448 1108  892 S  0.0  0.0   ​0:​01.61 init     1 root      20   0 21448 1108  892 S  0.0  0.0   ​0:​01.61 init
     [...]     [...]
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 <​code> ​     PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND <​code> ​     PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND
-16092 jchang ​   ​20   0 8488m 8.1g 7912 R 99.6 25.9   ​1:​41.38 idl +16092 bob       20   0 8488m 8.1g 7912 R 99.6 25.9   ​1:​41.38 idl 
-23256 pvait     20   ​0 ​ 232m  70m 2632 S  0.0  0.2   ​0:​01.36 R +23256 john      ​20   ​0 ​ 232m  70m 2632 S  0.0  0.2   ​0:​01.36 R 
-26344 dzhu      ​20 ​  0 1635m  20m 3880 S  0.0  0.1   ​0:​44.87 ipython +26344 jane      ​20 ​  0 1635m  20m 3880 S  0.0  0.1   ​0:​44.87 ipython 
-10619 astege ​   ​20   ​0 ​ 954m 9292 2664 S  0.0  0.0   ​0:​40.67 gedit+10619 bob       20   ​0 ​ 954m 9292 2664 S  0.0  0.0   ​0:​40.67 gedit
  1362 nslcd     ​20 ​  ​0 ​ 442m 6056 2208 S  0.0  0.0   ​2:​13.98 nslcd  1362 nslcd     ​20 ​  ​0 ​ 442m 6056 2208 S  0.0  0.0   ​2:​13.98 nslcd
-16238 twang     ​20 ​  ​0 ​ 128m 5068 2076 S  0.0  0.0   ​0:​00.05 gconfd-2 +10193 john      ​20   ​0 ​ 302m 4336 2272 R 99.9  0.0   ​7024:​13 emacs
-10193 mpeau     20   ​0 ​ 302m 4336 2272 R 99.9  0.0   ​7024:​13 emacs+
     [...]</​code>​     [...]</​code>​
  
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   * It is very important to use the correct directories and make it easy for your advisor to find things after you have left   * It is very important to use the correct directories and make it easy for your advisor to find things after you have left
     * <wrap em>**Put the source codes, scripts and papers you are writing on a backed up disk**</​wrap>​     * <wrap em>**Put the source codes, scripts and papers you are writing on a backed up disk**</​wrap>​
-      * The <wrap em>​backed up disk at LSCE</​wrap>​ is [[#​the_home_directory|/home/​users/​your_login]]You should have a few Gb available on //​home// ​(use the ''​quota -s''​ command to find out the exact amount)+      * The <wrap em>​backed up disk at LSCE</​wrap>​ is [[#​the_home_directory|home ​directory]]\\ You should have a few Gb available on //home//\\ Use the ''​quota -s''​ command to find out the exact amount
     * Put **temporary files** on a scratch disk (''​scratch01''​ at LSCE)     * Put **temporary files** on a scratch disk (''​scratch01''​ at LSCE)
     * Do **NOT** put (big) data files on a backed up disk     * Do **NOT** put (big) data files on a backed up disk
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 ==== Accessing remote disks ==== ==== Accessing remote disks ====
  
-It is possible to access directly all the disks on the LSCE servers from your local Linux or Windows ​desktop+It is possible to access directly all the disks on the LSCE servers from your //local// Linux or Windows ​computer\\ (//local// = a computer on the LSCE ethernet/​wired network)
  
   * Example path on the LSCE Linux server: ''/​home/​scratch01/​your_lsce_login''​   * Example path on the LSCE Linux server: ''/​home/​scratch01/​your_lsce_login''​
-  * Accessing the path above from a local desktop+  * Accessing the path above from a //local// computer
-    * Linux desktop: ''/​home/​scratch01/​your_lsce_login''​ +    * Linux computer: ''/​home/​scratch01/​your_lsce_login''​ 
-    * Windows ​desktop: ''​\\dfshost\dfs\scratch01\your_lsce_login''​\\ {{ :​other:​newppl:​dfs_on_win.png?​nolink |}}+    * Windows ​computer: ''​\\dfshost\dfs\scratch01\your_lsce_login''​\\ {{ :​other:​newppl:​dfs_on_win.png?​nolink |}}
  
 ==== The home directory ==== ==== The home directory ====
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       * bash shell users: ''​.profile''​ and ''​.bashrc''​       * bash shell users: ''​.profile''​ and ''​.bashrc''​
       * emacs text editor: ''​.emacs''​       * emacs text editor: ''​.emacs''​
-    * You can go to your home directory by typing ''​cd''​ (no arguments), and to the home directory of somebody else with ''​cd ~login_name''​ +    * You can go to your home directory by typing ''​cd''​ (no arguments),\\ and to the home directory of somebody else with ''​cd ~login_name''​ 
-    * At LSCE, you can't read the content of somebody else's //home// directory+      * At LSCE, you can't read the content of somebody else's //home// directory ​by default
  
   * **Backup of the home directory on the LSCE servers**: YES! Every night   * **Backup of the home directory on the LSCE servers**: YES! Every night
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  > quota -s  > quota -s
  
-Disk quotas for user jypeter ​(uid 6369):+Disk quotas for user johndoe ​(uid 6369):
      ​Filesystem ​ blocks ​  ​quota ​  ​limit ​  ​grace ​  ​files ​  ​quota ​  ​limit ​  grace      ​Filesystem ​ blocks ​  ​quota ​  ​limit ​  ​grace ​  ​files ​  ​quota ​  ​limit ​  grace
 prolix3:/​users/ ​  ​4658M ​  ​4883M ​  ​4981M ​          ​23503 ​      ​0 ​      ​0</​code>​ prolix3:/​users/ ​  ​4658M ​  ​4883M ​  ​4981M ​          ​23503 ​      ​0 ​      ​0</​code>​
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 Your Linux environment may sometimes stop working correctly because you have exceeded the allowed quota on your disks (check your quotas with ''​quota -s''​). You can use the following command to get the size of all the directories and files in the current directory, sorted by size: ''​du -sh * | sort -rh''​ Your Linux environment may sometimes stop working correctly because you have exceeded the allowed quota on your disks (check your quotas with ''​quota -s''​). You can use the following command to get the size of all the directories and files in the current directory, sorted by size: ''​du -sh * | sort -rh''​
  
-<​code>​jypeter@obelix4 - ...jypeter - 46 >cd /​home/​scratch01/​jypeter +<​code>​ >cd /​home/​scratch01/​johndoe 
-/​home/​scratch01/​jypeter+/​home/​scratch01/​johndoe
  
-jypeter@obelix4 - ...jypeter - 47 >du -sh * | sort -rh+ >du -sh * | sort -rh
 58M     ​GLAC1DHiceF26.nc 58M     ​GLAC1DHiceF26.nc
 47M     ​dashboard 47M     ​dashboard
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 <​code>​ >ssh -v obelix <​code>​ >ssh -v obelix
 OpenSSH_7.4p1,​ OpenSSL 1.0.2k-fips ​ 26 Jan 2017 OpenSSH_7.4p1,​ OpenSSL 1.0.2k-fips ​ 26 Jan 2017
-debug1: Reading configuration data /​home/​users/​jypeter/​.ssh/​config+debug1: Reading configuration data /​home/​users/​johndoe/​.ssh/​config
 debug1: Reading configuration data /​etc/​ssh/​ssh_config debug1: Reading configuration data /​etc/​ssh/​ssh_config
 debug1: /​etc/​ssh/​ssh_config line 58: Applying options for * debug1: /​etc/​ssh/​ssh_config line 58: Applying options for *
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 debug1: Connection established. debug1: Connection established.
 debug1: key_load_public:​ No such file or directory debug1: key_load_public:​ No such file or directory
-debug1: identity file /​home/​users/​jypeter/​.ssh/​id_rsa type -1+debug1: identity file /​home/​users/​johndoe/​.ssh/​id_rsa type -1
 [...] [...]
 debug1: Entering interactive session. debug1: Entering interactive session.
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 debug1: Sending env LANG = en_US debug1: Sending env LANG = en_US
 Last login: Thu Mar  1 15:52:44 2018 from lsce4078.lsce.ipsl.fr Last login: Thu Mar  1 15:52:44 2018 from lsce4078.lsce.ipsl.fr
-Disk quotas for user jypeter (uid 6369): + 
-     Filesystem ​  ​space ​  ​quota ​  ​limit ​  ​grace ​  ​files ​  ​quota ​  ​limit ​  ​grace + >
- ​prolix3:/​users ​  ​4558M ​  ​9766M ​ 10743M ​          ​23741 ​      ​0 ​      0 +
-jypeter@obelix3 - ...jypeter - 41 >+
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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 {{ :​other:​newppl:​xnview_capture.jpg?​200 |Click to get a larger version}} {{ :​other:​newppl:​xnview_capture.jpg?​200 |Click to get a larger version}}
  
-===== Accessing the LSCE servers from outside the LSCE ===== 
- 
-The only way to access the LSCE servers from outside LSCE is to connect first to the **ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr** gateway server. 
- 
-==== Interactive access ==== 
- 
-  - Send a mail to //​help-lsce//,​ and request an access to the //ssh1// server 
-  - Use ''​ssh''​ to **connect** to //ssh1// 
-    * From a terminal on a Linux/​Windows10/​Mac computer: ''​ssh -A -X your_lsce_login@ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr''​ 
-    * From a Windows computer: 
-      * Text only: use [[other:​win10apps#​putty_pageant|Putty]]. Putty allows you to open text terminals on remote computers 
-      * Text **and graphics**: you need to [[https://​wiki.lsce.ipsl.fr/​pmip3/​doku.php/​other:​win10wsl#​using_an_x_server|install an X server]] on your computer in order to display the graphics 
-  - You can access all LSCE disks from //ssh1//, but there is only a limited number of programs that you can run, so you have to go from //ssh1// to //obelix// or //irene// with one of the ''​ssh''​ commands below: 
-    * ''​ssh obelix''​ 
-    * ''​ssh your_tgcc_login@curie-ccrt.ccc.cea.fr''​ 
-  - It's possible to use only one line to to both ssh commands 
-    * obelix: ''​ssh -A -X your_lsce_login@ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr -t ssh -A obelix''​ 
-    * TGCC: ''​ssh -A -X your_lsce_login@ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr -t ssh -A your_tgcc_login@curie-ccrt.ccc.cea.fr''​ 
-  - You can define an alias in order to connect more easily to the machines: 
-    * //tcsh// users: add the following line to your ''​~/​.cshrc''​ configuration file\\ ''​alias sobelix 'ssh -A -X your_lsce_login@ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr -t ssh -A obelix'''​ 
-    * //bash// users: add the following line to your ''​~/​.bashrc''​ configuration file\\ ''​alias sobelix='​ssh -A -X your_lsce_login@ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr -t ssh -A obelix'''​ 
-  - You should create and configure an //ssh key//, if you don't want to type your password each time you use ssh or scp 
-  - If you want more information about ''​ssh''​ 
-    * Linux users: http://​ciclad-web.ipsl.jussieu.fr/​data/​documents/​ssh-utilisateurs-unix.pdf 
-    * Windows users: http://​ciclad-web.ipsl.jussieu.fr/​data/​documents/​ssh_putty_v2_2011-1.pdf 
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-==== Copying files to/from LSCE ==== 
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-If you need to **transfer** files to/from LSCE, use ''​scp''​ (on Linux and Windows 10), or a graphical scp client such as [[other:​win10apps#​winscp|WinSCP]] (on Windows) between your computer and ''​ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr''​ 
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-  * Example: 
-    * Sending **one file** from a Linux/​Windows10/​Mac computer to your //scratch// directory at LSCE:\\ ''​scp -p file_on_your_computer_outside_lsce your_lsce_login@ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr:/​home/​scratch01/​your_lsce_login/''​ 
-    * Sending recursively **a full directory**:​\\ ''​scp -pr directory_on_your_computer_outside_lsce your_lsce_login@ssh1.lsce.ipsl.fr:/​home/​scratch01/​your_lsce_login/''​ 
  
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