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cloud_bursting [2018/05/14 21:01]
pwolinsk
cloud_bursting [2018/06/04 19:08]
pwolinsk
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 Currently Nebula allows it's hpc users to spin up the following operating systems/​environment:​ Currently Nebula allows it's hpc users to spin up the following operating systems/​environment:​
-  ​Ubuntu18.04-LTS + 
-  * Ubuntu16.04-LTS +  ​*Bioconda-CentOS7 
-  * Debian8 +  *CentOS7  
-  * RHEL7 +  *CentOS7-atomic  
-  * Centos7 +  *CentOS7-UA  
-  * Bioconda-Centos7 +  *Cirros ​ 
-  * Jupyter-Centos7+  *Debian8 ​ 
 +  *Debian9  
 +  *Fedora-Atomic-26  
 +  *Fedora26  
 +  *Jupyter-CentOS7  
 +  *Lamp-CentOS7 ​ 
 +  *RHEL7  
 +  *Ubuntu16.04-LTS ​ 
 +  *Ubuntu16.04-LTS-Mate  
 +  *Ubuntu18.04-LTS
  
 == Launching Nebula Instance from Razor == == Launching Nebula Instance from Razor ==
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 qsub -I -q nebula -N RHEL7 -l walltime=72:​00:​00 qsub -I -q nebula -N RHEL7 -l walltime=72:​00:​00
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-would start a virtual machine on Nebula using Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 7 as the operating system, and the machine would run for 3 days. Following is an example of launching an Ubuntu18.04-LTS Virtual machine:+would start a virtual machine on Nebula using Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 7 as the operating system, and the machine would run for 3 days, unless the interactive job is terminated earlier. Following is an example of launching an Ubuntu18.04-LTS Virtual machine:
  
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cloud_bursting.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/04 19:08 by pwolinsk