Changes between Version 80 and Version 81 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/ClickExample/Execute


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07/18/14 14:22:07 (5 years ago)
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    3434#!div style="background: #ffd; border: 2px ridge; width: 685px;"
    3535{{{
    36 readyToLogin <slicename> -o --useSliceAggregates
     36readyToLogin <slicename> --useSliceAggregates -o
    3737}}}
    3838This will save all the information to different files.
     
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    47  i. Edit the `~/.ssh/config` file to only include the section for your user.
     47 i. Make sure the `~/.ssh/config` file only includes the section for your user. Edit it if necessary.
    4848{{{
    4949#!html
     
    5454               </td>
    5555<td>
    56 This custom <code>.ssh/config</code> will allow you to login to each host in your topology using the hostname (e.g. <code>server</code>) instead of the fully qualified domain name (e.g <code>server.utah.genirack.net</code>).  It will also allow you to login without specifying your ssh key via the command line or via <code>ssh-add</code>.
     56This custom <code>.ssh/config</code> will allow you to login to each host in your topology using the <code>client_id</code> specified in the RSpec (e.g. <code>server</code>) instead of the fully qualified domain name (e.g <code>pc2.geni.it.cornell.edu</code>).  It will also allow you to login without specifying your ssh key via the command line or via <code>ssh-add</code>.
    5757</td>
    5858        </tr>
    5959</table>
    6060}}}
    61  i. Let's login to our two hosts, the nicknames are `hostA` and `hostB`
     61 i. Let's login to our two hosts with <code>client_ids</code> `hostA` and `hostB`
    6262 i. On your local machine, open two new terminals
    6363 i. In one terminal type