- Globus endpoints: Every Globus user has access to two endpoints, Globus Tutorial Endpoint 1 and Globus Tutorial Endpoint 2. These have a 10MB quota and are used mostly to validate that a new Globus account is working.
- ESnet endpoints: ESnet operates a set of read-only test endpoints on DTNs in various locations around the world. These endpoints host multiple datasets varying in size and number of files; they are a great resource for testing network performance. Type "esnet read-only" in the Globus endpoint search field to find these endpoints.
Note: The ESnet endpoints are only accessible if you are connected to a research and education network endpoint (including almost all US universities, national laboratories and supercomputing facilties).
Globus Connect Server Walkthrough
Access your VM instance as user 'adminN', using the DNS name from the Google spreadsheet, e.g.
. Your 'adminN' user has passwordless sudo privileges, so you can
before running the various GCS commands.
Note: The Globus Connect Server packages are already installed on your instance
. For reference, the commands we used to install them on Ubuntu are as follows:
$ ssh adminN@<YOUR_EC2_MACHINE_ADDRESS>
curl -LOs https://downloads.globus.org/globus-connect-server/stable/installers/repo/deb/globus-repo_latest_all.deb
sudo dpkg -i globus-repo_latest_all.deb
sudo apt-key add /usr/share/globus-repo/RPM-GPG-KEY-Globus
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get --assume-yes install globus-connect-server54
Globus Connect Server Documentation
- Installation Guide
- GCS Command Line Reference
- Video Walkthrough of GCS v5.4 Installation
Developer Tutorial Exercises
Access your VM instance as as user 'devN', using the DNS name from the Google spreadsheet, e.g.
. All software required for the developer tutorial exercises is alreaedy installed on your instance.
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