Wendelin Exanalytics Libre

WENDELIN combines Scikit Learn machine learning and NEO distributed storage for out-of-core data analytics in python

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Using Slapos Register

If you are unable to connect to slapos.org and you have an old login, SlapOS comes with a tool to help you prepare your computer configuration automaticaly. You just need your SlapOS account and to know how you access internet.

This command will ask for your SlapOS community login and password. We present here a set of options to add to adapt SlapOS configuration to your computer configuration.
# slapos node register COMPUTER_NAME --interface-name
                                     YOUR_INTERNET_INTERFACE \ --ipv6-interface
                                     YOUR IPV6_INTERFACE \ --partition-number
                                     NUMBER_OF_PARTITION

  • COMPUTER_NAME
    is to be replaced with a name you wish to use to recognize your server on SlapOS community Cloud.

  • YOUR_INTERNET_INTERFACE
    is to be replaced with the name of the interface you use to access internet (eth0, wlan0, br0...). If you do not use this option, eth0 will be choosen by default

  • YOUR_IPV6_INTERFACE
    is to be replaced with the name of the interface having ipv6 (eth0, wlan0, br0, tapVPN...). If you do not use this option, the interface for internet will be choosen

  • NUMBER_OF_PARTITION
    is to be replaced by the number of SlapOS partition you desire on your computer. If you do not use this option, 10 will be choosen by default

Examples:
  • I am connected to the internet in ethernet on eth0, I don't have ipv6 on this interface. I will run:

    # slapos node register MyBelovedSlapOSComputer --ipv6-interface
            tapVPN 

  • I am connected to the internet in ethernet on eth0, I don't have ipv6 on this interface and I want 42 computer partitions. I will run:

    # slapos node register MyBelovedSlapOSComputer --ipv6-interface
            tapVPN --partition-number 42

  • I am connected to the internet in WI-FI and I don't have ipv6 on this interface. I will run:

    # slapos node register MyBelovedSlapOSComputer --interface-name
            wlan0 --ipv6-interface tapVPN 

Once you have run this command you will have everything set and can directly go to the run section