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post #11 of 375
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Ohh nice! I didn't think these would have enough oomph to make the hugeadv deadlines!
How'd you setup the remote monitoring?

Installed apache2, made sure to set allow for only my IP in the conf.
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To SSH into the server using windows and the pem file you download, you can use bitvise tunnelier.

http://www.bitvise.com/tunnelier
    
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post #13 of 375
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To SSH into the server using windows and the pem file you download, you can use bitvise tunnelier.
http://www.bitvise.com/tunnelier

You can also use putty/puttygen. Load the pem into puttygen, save as pkk then load the pkk into putty.
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Getting a TPF of 1:03:20 on 6903. That seems higher than you Jedi. Did you do other setup steps? This is on their 8 core. I wonder if since it is a shared system if there is going to be some issues based on the node you get on.
    
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To SSH into the server using windows and the pem file you download, you can use bitvise tunnelier.
http://www.bitvise.com/tunnelier

You can also use putty/puttygen. Load the pem into puttygen, save as pkk then load the pkk into putty.

I tried going that route and the server wouldn't accept the key. I ended up just making a bootable flash drive and SSHing through that.
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I tried going that route and the server wouldn't accept the key. I ended up just making a bootable flash drive and SSHing through that.

Bitvise will just let you add the pem file you download to it as a key. No conversion required.
    
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post #17 of 375
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Bitvise will just let you add the pem file you download to it as a key. No conversion required.

Yeah I just tested it out, pretty neat.
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post #18 of 375
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Getting a TPF of 1:03:20 on 6903. That seems higher than you Jedi. Did you do other setup steps? This is on their 8 core. I wonder if since it is a shared system if there is going to be some issues based on the node you get on.

Did you do -smp or -smp 8?
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smp -8
    
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smp -8

Then yeah I didnt do anything different. I just ran that script I made and posted and setup the config then installed apache2 so I could monitor it with hfm.net.
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