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Stefan Froehlich
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 ==== SRM Copy ==== ==== SRM Copy ====
-For data acquisition with grid-tools please use the Judac system. Your account for Jureca will also work for Judac.+For data acquisition with grid-tools please use the Judac system. Your account for Jureca will also work for Judac.\\
 [[http://​www.fz-juelich.de/​ias/​jsc/​EN/​Expertise/​Datamanagement/​JUDAC/​JUDAC_node.html]] [[http://​www.fz-juelich.de/​ias/​jsc/​EN/​Expertise/​Datamanagement/​JUDAC/​JUDAC_node.html]]
  
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 To use the grid-proxies simple follow these steps:\\ To use the grid-proxies simple follow these steps:\\
 Store your private key in ''​$HOME/​.globus/​userkey.pem''​\\ Store your private key in ''​$HOME/​.globus/​userkey.pem''​\\
-Execute:\\ <​code>​chmod ​600 $HOME/​.globus/​userkey.pem</​code>​+Store your signed certificate in ''​$HOME/​.globus/​usercert.pem''​\\ 
 +Execute:\\ 
 +<​code>​ 
 +chmod 400 $HOME/​.globus/​userkey.pem 
 +chmod 600 $HOME/​.globus/​usercert.pem 
 +</​code>​
 Store your signed certificate in ''​$HOME/​.globus/​usercert.pem''​\\ Store your signed certificate in ''​$HOME/​.globus/​usercert.pem''​\\
 Then you have to generate a proxy. Then you have to generate a proxy.
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 ==== LOFAR Software ==== ==== LOFAR Software ====
 The LOFAR Software Framework is installed in the home directory of user htb003. You load the environment with The LOFAR Software Framework is installed in the home directory of user htb003. You load the environment with
-<​code>​. /lustre/​jhome17/​htb00/​htb003/​env_lofar.sh</​code>​\\ +<​code>​. /homea/​htb00/​htb003/​env_lofar_2.11.sh</​code>​\\ 
-This loads Release version 2.1 (in the future probably always the latest release). You can also load a 2.3 version (env_lofar_2.3.sh).\\+This loads Release version 2.11.\\
 There is more software available: There is more software available:
  
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   * losoto ->    env_losoto.sh   * losoto ->    env_losoto.sh
  
 +Losoto is also part of the python installation.\\
 In addition you might need a copy of the measurement data\\ In addition you might need a copy of the measurement data\\
-/lustre/​jhome17/​htb00/​htb003/​dataCEP\\+/homea/​htb00/​htb003/​dataCEP\\
 Put it in your home directory and point to it in a file .casarc (just contains:"​measures.directory:​ Put it in your home directory and point to it in a file .casarc (just contains:"​measures.directory:​
 [yourhome]/​dataCEP"​) [yourhome]/​dataCEP"​)
  
 If you require access to the GlobalSkyModel database, there is a copy of If you require access to the GlobalSkyModel database, there is a copy of
-the database from the CEP Cluster ​(hopefully) ​running on the Juropa +the database from the CEP Cluster running on the Jureca 
-login node juropa02. Access the databse "​gsm"​ on port 51000 with user+login node jrl09. Access the databse "​gsm"​ on port 51000 with user
 "​gsm"​ and pass "​msss"​\\ "​gsm"​ and pass "​msss"​\\
 \\ \\
 +To run your jobs on the compute nodes you first have to setup and submit
 +a job via the batch system. A detailed description can be found on the
 +Jureca homepage \\
 +[[http://​www.fz-juelich.de/​ias/​jsc/​EN/​Expertise/​Supercomputers/​JURECA/​UserInfo/​QuickIntroduction.html?​nn=1803700]]
 +
 +When configuring the resources on the system please use only the '​--nnodes'​ option. Ignore '​--ntasks',​ '​--ntasks-per-node'​ and '​--cpus-per-task'​. A (for the moment) working configuration is implemented in the framework itself.\\
 +To run a generic pipeline on multiple nodes configure the pipeline as follows:
 +In your '​pipeline.cfg'​ configure
 +<​code>​
 +[remote]
 +method = slurm_srun
 +max_per_node = 1
 +</​code>​
 +Set '​max_per_node'​ individually for every step in your parset to the number tasks you want to (can) run per node.
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