Commit ed60c5aa authored by Leigh B. Stoller's avatar Leigh B. Stoller
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Add "Can I Power Cycle my nodes?" section to the FAQ, which points off

at the tutorial section describing the node_reboot command.
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<li> <a href="#UTT-1">Is there a tutorial?</a>
<li> <a href="#UTT-2">Do I get root access on my nodes?</a>
<li> <a href="#UTT-3">Do my nodes have consoles I can look at?</a>
<li> <a href="#UTT-4">Where do I store files needed by my experiment?</a>
<li> <a href="#UTT-5">Are my files on <b></b>
<li> <a href="#UTT-4">Can I reboot (power cycle) my nodes?</a>
<li> <a href="#UTT-5">Where do I store files needed by my experiment?</a>
<li> <a href="#UTT-6">Are my files on <b></b>
backed up (filesaved)?</a>
<li> <a href="#UTT-6">Are the nodes in my experiment backed up
<li> <a href="#UTT-7">Are the nodes in my experiment backed up
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<li><a NAME="UTT-4"></a>
<h3>Can I reboot (power cycle) my nodes?</h3>
Yes. Each of the PCs is independently power controlled. If your
node becomes wedged, or otherwise unresponsive, you can use the
<tt>node_reboot</tt> command, as discussed in the
<a href="tutorial/tutorial.php3#Wedged">Emulab Tutorial.</a>
The Sharks are also power controlled, but because of the limited
number of power ports available, the entire shelf of 8 sharks is
on a single controller. The <tt>node_reboot</tt> does its best to
cleanly reboot individual sharks, but if a single shark is
unresponsive, the entire shelf will be power cycled.
<li><a NAME="UTT-5"></a>
<h3>Where do I store files needed by my experiment?</h3>
Each project has its own directory, rooted at <tt>/proj</tt>,
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experiments in the corresponding /proj project directory.
<li><a NAME="UTT-5"></a>
<li><a NAME="UTT-6"></a>
<h3>Are my files on <b></b> backed up (filesaved)?</h3>
Yes. All of the files in your home directory on /users, and all of
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in conducting your experiments.
<li><a NAME="UTT-6"></a>
<li><a NAME="UTT-7"></a>
<h3>Are the nodes in my experiment backed up (filesaved)?</h3>
No! The nodes in your experiment are not filesaved. Any changes
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