Changes between Version 47 and Version 48 of HowTo/LoginToNodes


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06/22/13 20:57:37 (6 years ago)
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    4141In order to figure out your login name the best way is to use the [wiki:GAPI_AM_API_V3#Status status command] of the GENI AM API. Depending of which tool you used to reserve the resources you can get this information in different ways.
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     43==== Using the GENI Experimenter Portal ====
     44If you are using an account from the GPO Clearinghouse, i.e. have access to the [https://portal.geni.net GENI Experimenter Portal] then the easiest way to get the information you need, you can simply load your slice in the portal:
     45  1. [https://portal.geni.net Login to the portal]
     46  2. From the Home tab locate your slice and click on it to load it.
     47  3. On the top click the ''Details'' button. This page should have all the information you need.
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     49Tip: The page that loaded has also ssh links available, If you are on a Mac computer, or a computer that has [[http://firessh.net/help.html FireSSH] you can simply press on these links.
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    4351==== Using Flack ====
    4452If you are using [http://www.protogeni.net/flack Flack] for building your experiment then in order to get the login name you need to load your slice in Flack and press on the (i) icon that is next to the node.
     
    4654This is the port number you should use.
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    48 '''Note:''' If you are on a Mac computer then you can directly use the 'SSH' button that is on the top on the information pane for the host.
     56'''Note:''' If you are on a Mac computer, or a computer that has [[http://firessh.net/help.html FireSSH] installed then you can directly use the 'SSH' button that is on the top on the information pane for the host.
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    5058==== Using Omni ====
     
    5765== Get a copy of your ssh key ==
    5866When you reserve your resources, the tool that you use for the reservation also installs one or more public keys on the hosts so that you can get ssh access. In order to ssh to the machines you will need to get a copy of the private ssh key that correspond to the installed public keys. As before, how to get a copy of the needed ssh key depends on the specific tool.
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     68==== Using the GENI Experimenter Portal ====
     69If you are using your account with the GPO Clearinghouse then if you have used this option, the portal will have a copy of your SSH private key. When configuring your account in the portal you had an option to let the portal generate an SSH key pair for you. '''If you have chosen this option''' then you can:
     70   1. [https://portal.geni.net Login to the portal]
     71   2. Go the to ''Profile'' tab
     72   3. Under the ''SSH Keys'' section you will find a button to download your Private key. When you click it the downloaded file will probably be named :id_geni_ssh_rsa. If you have upload your public key (under the private key column it says N/A) then '''you are the only''' person that has access to their private key. Locate that file and use it in the next steps.
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    6074==== Using Flack ====