Getting Started with testflight-coda (Rich to Coda Data Center Migration Guide)¶
Welcome to PACE's "getting started" guide for testflight-coda! This guide will help you navigate the transition from Rich to the Coda Data Center.
PACE will be migrating from the Rich data center to the Coda data center this year. Full details of our move are available on p. 6-7 of the Spring 2020 PACE Newsletter. The testflight-coda cluster comes with an upgraded system and applications that closely matches the Coda environment users will migrate to later this year. Users are encouraged to use this opportunity to test workflows for all of the PACE queues they use. Please ensure that our new software repository has everything you need. The computing environment and software repository differ significantly from what PACE has in Rich.
List of Pages¶
- Please refer to the Helpful Commands Page in the Getting Started section for a detailed list of commands that also apply to testflight-coda.
Run GUI Applications on testflight-coda¶
- Please refer to the Run GUI Applications Page in the Getting Started section for a detailed guide that also applies to testflight-coda.
Configure the GT VPN¶
- Please refer to the GT VPN Page in the Getting Started section for a detailed guide that also applies to testflight-coda.
Configure Windows Subsystem for Linux to Access testflight-coda¶
- Please refer to the Windows Subsystem for Linux Page in the Getting Started section for a detailed guide that also applies to testflight-coda.
- Instead of using
email@example.com log into the cluster, please use
firstname.lastname@example.org, replacing someuser3 with your GT username.
- Please refer to the Modules Guide in the Batch Software Guides section for a detailed guide. Please note that testflight-coda uses RHEL7, so only that part of the guide applies.