Understanding the Command Line Interface
Almost all usage of the Flight system takes place via the Linux command line. For unfamiliar users here is a brief description of it.
[flight@chead1 (mycluster1) folder]$ echo Hello World! Hello World!
flightis the name of the user.
chead1is the node the user is currently on.
(mycluster1)is the name of the cluster being used.
folderis the directory the user is currently in. If this is a
~then that means you are in your home directory.
$indicates whether the user is a root user or normal user (root users see a
echo Hello World!is a command that prints out "Hello World!". This is where commands you type will go.
[username@node (clustername) folder]$ command
If some things that you see here are missing from your command line, you may not have activated Flight.
Here is an example of a Linux Command Line Interface (CLI) without Flight enabled:
[username@node folder]$ command