Commit d4534597 authored by Haarst, Jan van's avatar Haarst, Jan van
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Update create_new_user.sh

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- Host-Microbe Interactomics
You should be able to log in to all our machines via ssh using you WUR account.
From a wired connection within the WUR all machines should be available directly, from outside of the WUR or via wifi you first need to log on to a machine that is connected to the internet, for instance www.bioinformatics.nl (AKA myers.bioinformatics.nl) and then you can use ssh to connect to the other machines.
If you type a wrong password consecutively three times connecting to www.bioinformatics.nl you will be blocked for a day (manual override is possible), so you should consider using ssh-key based authentication.
From a wired connection within the WUR all machines should be available directly,
from outside of the WUR or via WiFi you first need to log on to a machine that is connected to the internet,
for instance www.bioinformatics.nl (AKA myers.bioinformatics.nl) and then you can use SSH to connect to the other machines.
If you type a wrong password consecutively three times connecting to www.bioinformatics.nl you will be blocked for a day (manual override is possible),
so you should consider using ssh-key based authentication.
Your home directory is shared across all machines, it must contain no more than 10 GB.
There are two network disks that are also shared across (almost) all machines:
There are three network disks that are also shared across (almost) all machines:
/mnt/scratch
and
/mnt/LTR_userdata
and
/lustre/BIF/nobackup/
Scratch is for temporary data, LTR_userdata is for data that should be backed up. Currently the network disks are slow, which can affect running times of your software a lot. For scratch and home we will move to a different file server that should bring performance back to acceptable levels.
Scratch and lustre are for temporary data, LTR_userdata is for data that should be backed up.
(Lustre is also accessable on HPC/Anunna)
You have your own directory on these as well. Try to keep your data storage within reasonable limits, there should/will be hard limits in the future.
Make sure to not claim a complete machine for a long time in terms of CPUs or memory without notice, we do not use a scheduling agent like on the HPC/Anunna.
The machines run Ubuntu. You can ask us to install some software if it is available in one of the repositories through aptitude, more ‘manual’ installations should be done by yourself.
The machines run Ubuntu. You can ask us to install some software if it is available in one of the repositories through apt, more ‘manual’ installations should be done by yourself.
A way to easily do this, is through bioconda : https://bioconda.github.io/
Current machines:
......@@ -117,9 +124,9 @@ eddy.bioinformatics.nl
fisher.bioinformatics.nl
franklin.bioinformatics.nl
hogeweg.bioinformatics.nl
myers.bioinformatics.nl
lecun.bioinformatics.nl
leunissen.bioinformatics.nl
myers.bioinformatics.nl
pevzner.bioinformatics.nl
smith.bioinformatics.nl
thornton.bioinformatics.nl
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