Command Line Usage (Advanced)¶
VDI, you can start a terminal window from Applications -> System Tools.
To manually use the modules on
gadi or the
VDI, add the datacube module path:
$ module use /g/data/v10/public/modules/modulefiles/
(you can add the above to your
.bashrc to avoid running it every time)
You should now be able to load the
dea module by running:
$ module load dea
Behind the scenes this will load a second module called
which contains all required libraries and supporting software to use
You can see a list of available modules by running:
$ module avail
The first time you load the module, it will register your account with the datacube, granting you read-only access.
It will store your password in the file
You can then launch a Jupyter notebook by running:
$ jupyter-lab <path_to_notebook>
gadi have separate home directories, so you must copy your pgpass to the other if
you use both environments.
You can push the contents of your pgpass file from the
gadi by running on a terminal window in VDI:
remote-hpc-cmd init ssh gadi "cat >> ~/.pgpass" < ~/.pgpass ssh gadi "chmod 0600 ~/.pgpass"
You will most likely be prompted for your NCI password.
To pull the contents of your pgpass from
gadi to the
VDI instead, run
ssh gadi "cat ~/.pgpass" >> ~/.pgpass chmod 0600 ~/.pgpass
If you have created a
.datacube.conf file in your home folder from early Data Cube betas, you should rename or remove it
to avoid it conflicting with the settings loaded by the module.