This is feedback from the chapter 1 of the Installation Guide’ (XSEDE Globus Connect Server v5.4)’.
I’ve never done this, so I get them by just reading it at this point.
This is feedback from the chapter 2 of the ‘Installation Guide’ (XSEDE Globus Connect Server v5.4)
This is a question.
In the Globus Connect Server v5.4 - Integrated Testing Plan doc ( https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YaqxkS-AtIin0VYl5Pt_OkHW5LJJw1SLqbmg... ) , at the "Testing Setup" section, I see the "/local/xsede-*-storage/*" paths are listed. However, I don't have access permission to the "/local/" path.
Is this fine to proceed or do I need access permission to those paths?
I just fixed the permissions so that you have access to these two paths that you do need:
[jkm@xcidev1 ~]$ ls -l /local/xsede-projects-storage/
drwxr-x---. 2 jkm users 29 Apr 7 13:37 jkm
[jkm@xcidev1 ~]$ ls -l /local/xsede-guestdata-storage/
drwxr-s---. 2 jkm guestdata 29 Apr 7 14:40 jkm
In the 'https://docs.globus.org/globus-connect-server/v5/#install_section' , at 4.2.1-6 , I got stuck because I don't know what to enter for the 'Client Secrets' Description field. I think it would be helpful to tell a user what to enter for it in our 'XSEDE Globus Connect Server v5.4 Installation Guide' doc in the '1. Creating an Endpoint' section after a.
What should I enter for it? Where do I get it?
I tried empty or a string, I get an error message "Failed to get client secret. Please try again."
explains how to obtain the client secret in section 4.2.1. When you follow those instructions the developers.globus.org application displays a "Generate New Client Secret" button that you press.
Yeah, I followed the steps and getting the error at #6 step at 4.2.1 section on the doc.
Since I can’t attach pictures, I just sent the related email to you.
I logged out and logged back to globus.org and tried again, and it worked this time!
It must have been a system hiccup. I did exactly the same and I get the Client Secret ID this time. No idea.
Anyway, if you care about a new user's confusion, I think it's still helpful to mention that the 'Description' can be any string. If I knew that, I probably would have tried again without getting stuck on such a strange hiccup.
This is just to record my procedure here. ( only the steps that are not totally clear to me if it's a step must do or an optional step. )
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