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=== Privilegied commands ===
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===== Overview =====
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The Grimage machine are classical cluster node but with a large case, allowing to add extension (PCI-e) cards. Each node feature a different hardware setup.
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== How to experiment ==
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The default system of the grimage node is design to operate the Grimage VR room.
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Using kadeploy is required to adapt the system to other needs (if the default system is not sufficient).
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=== Privileged commands ===
Currently, the following commands can be run via sudo in exclusive jobs:
Currently, the following commands can be run via sudo in exclusive jobs:
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* sudo /usr/bin/schedtool
* sudo /usr/bin/schedtool
* sudo /usr/bin/nvidia-smi
* sudo /usr/bin/nvidia-smi
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== System changelog ==
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To be completed.

Revision as of 10:39, 21 February 2014

Contents

Overview

The Grimage machine are classical cluster node but with a large case, allowing to add extension (PCI-e) cards. Each node feature a different hardware setup.

How to experiment

The default system of the grimage node is design to operate the Grimage VR room.

Using kadeploy is required to adapt the system to other needs (if the default system is not sufficient).

Privileged commands

Currently, the following commands can be run via sudo in exclusive jobs:

  • sudo /usr/bin/whoami (provided for testing the mechanism, should return "root")
  • sudo /sbin/reboot
  • sudo /usr/bin/schedtool
  • sudo /usr/bin/nvidia-smi

System changelog

To be completed.

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