Legion 1.5 On-Line Tutorials

The Legion tutorials offer quick and simple instructions for various key procedures for a Legion system. The tutorials listed below cover some of the basic tasks that Legion users will need to do.


Getting to know Legion
 Logging in to to a running Legion system
 Instructions for logging in to a Legion system.
Legion graphical user interface
A tutorial for using the Legion Context Manager.
Legion context space
An introduction to Legion context space.
Context-related commands
An introduction to using context-related command-line utilities.
 
Running programs
Starting a remote program in Legion
Instructions for registering and executing remote programs in Legion.
Sample makefile
A samplefile that can be used with legion_run or legion_run_multi.
Object permissions
Changing read, write, and execute permissions on your objects.
Legion tty objects
Using Legion tty objects and tty-related commands.
Running an MPI code in Legion with the fewest changes
A quick-study guide for running MPI code in Legion.
Running a PVM code in Legion with the fewest changes
A quick-study guide for running PVM code in Legion.
 
Using Legion commands
Quick list of all Legion commands
A quick list of the syntax of all Legion commands.
Usage of all Legion commands
Information about all Legion commands.
 
System maintenance
Starting and shutting down Legion
Step-by-step instructions for starting and shutting down a Legion system.
Using Legion security features
Instructions for starting and using Legion security features.
Legion host and vault objects
An introduction to Legion hosts and vaults.
Adding host and vault objects
How to add new resources to your Legion system.

 

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