[AG-TECH] multi-system node setup
John I. Quebedeaux, Jr
johnq at lsu.edu
Thu Nov 4 13:03:21 CDT 2010
Easy! Really.... we do that all the time. The other systems just run the
service manager (I like to run it in debug so I can see it). The
display/audio system runs the client and you add the other systems in the
node manager and configure the services that way.
What I like to do though: I bring up the client on each machine and test the
services I want to run on the system as if they were a single node. Then I
bring up the service manager and leave it running I usually put it in the
startup so on bootup they¹re good to go. Remember to not let them sleep
You can email me directly if you have problems. On windows 7 the only big
issue has been if the multicast beacon is enabled on the client causes the
client to crash.
Questions if you need more details, let me know.
John I. Quebedeaux, Jr.; Louisiana State University
Computer Manager LBRN; 131 Life Sciences Bldg.
e-mail: johnq at lsu.edu; web: http://lbrn.lsu.edu
phone: 225-578-0062 / fax: 225-578-2597
From: "Vine, Derek A" <Derek.Vine at usd.edu>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2010 11:42:26 -0500
To: "'ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov'" <ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov>
Subject: [AG-TECH] multi-system node setup
I am trying to setup my first multi-system node and I would like to
configure it so that all services are managed from the display/audio system.
Is there any documentation on how to setup a multi-system node on Windows?
I am running 3 windows 7 64bit systems (display/audio, capture,
instructor/VPC) and am not having any luck in getting them all connected as
I understand that they should. Currently I have to join each system to the
venue and run the individual services on each.
Any guidance given would be greatly appreciated.
Communication Network Specialist
DDN Site Coordinator
The University of South Dakota
Office - 605-677-5042
Cell - 605-677-8215
dvine at usd.edu <dvine at usd.edu>
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