egreisen at nrao.edu
Tue Jul 3 15:54:26 EDT 2007
Mike Bell writes:
> so i've made some progress, i guess you might call it that.
> now i log in to the server (galaxy) via ssh
after you do this type
printenv | grep SSH
> then i run aips using
> aips tv=18.104.22.168 (which is my workstations ip)
It should be able to do this by name.
> it prompts for my password, which i enter, but keeps returning with
> 'permission denied'
This means that you have not set yourself up to log in between
machines without a password. This may cause a variety of problems.
The permission denied raises another question or 3 - are you the same
account and group on the two machines? Is that account and group
allowed execute privilege on files that need executing? I would
suggest a whole bunch of echo statements be put in the START_AIPS and
STATR_TVSERVERS procedures in $AIPS_ROOT. Also make a copy of
$SYSUNIX/XASERVERS in $SYSLOCAL and add echo statements in there too.
Be sure to add some $HOST's in the echos since the remote business.
Before you do all this - start aips on circular (or whatever
workstation you are on). Then on galaxy say aips tv=circular tvok.
The really hard part is getting a remote machine to execute
> outside of aips i can ssh from the server to my workstation just fine.
> am i following the wrong procedure? i've tried searching through the
> cookbook, homepage, managers faq and can't find any info about using a
> remote aips machine other than that i have to edit the HOSTS.LIST file,
> which i think i've done properly.
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