Difference between revisions of "Remote Access to a Midas experiment"

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As Midas supports remote [[Frontend Operation|frontend(s)]], the method to connect the frontend to the backend is through a daemon '''[[mserver]]''' providing the necessary interface at the backend computer for accepting the frontend connection. This client requesting connection to a particular Midas experiment, will have to provide arguments such as:
 
 
As Midas supports remote frontend(s), the method to connect the frontend to the backend is through a daemon '''[[mserver]]''' providing the necessary interface at the backend computer for accepting the frontend connection. This client requesting connection to a particular Midas experiment, will have to provide arguments such as::
 
 
* The backend node name to which it wants to connect
 
* The backend node name to which it wants to connect
 
* The name of the Midas experiment to connect
 
* The name of the Midas experiment to connect
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Undesired nodes can be prevented from connecting to the backend by using the -a argument of the Midas server ('''[[mserver|mserver]]'''). This can provide mserver with a list of clients nodes allowed to connect to any experiment on this backend node.
 
Undesired nodes can be prevented from connecting to the backend by using the -a argument of the Midas server ('''[[mserver|mserver]]'''). This can provide mserver with a list of clients nodes allowed to connect to any experiment on this backend node.
  
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Latest revision as of 14:03, 8 July 2015


As Midas supports remote frontend(s), the method to connect the frontend to the backend is through a daemon mserver providing the necessary interface at the backend computer for accepting the frontend connection. This client requesting connection to a particular Midas experiment, will have to provide arguments such as:

  • The backend node name to which it wants to connect
  • The name of the Midas experiment to connect
  • The port through which it wants to connect (optional)


Undesired nodes can be prevented from connecting to the backend by using the -a argument of the Midas server (mserver). This can provide mserver with a list of clients nodes allowed to connect to any experiment on this backend node.