Changing the aliaspattern line to either of the following, works:

aliaspattern   = ^ln000[1-6]$

aliaspattern   = ^ln000[1-6](\.msi\.umn\.edu)?$

The latter corrects a regex mistake on my part (missing '?'). Thanks for 
the help.

Eric


On 02/08/2018 02:13 AM, Frank Loeffler wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 07, 2018 at 09:29:16PM -0600, Eric West wrote:
>> For a bit more background: MSI uses a two step login process. First 
>> you ssh into a login machine. Then you ssh from there into one of the 
>> clusters. The machine I eventually reach is named mesabi, and the 
>> login hosts are named ln000[1-6].
>
> Hi Eric
>
> When taking a look at
> https://www.msi.umn.edu/content/connecting-hpc-resources
>
> it seems like the login nodes are called 'loginXX' (with X being 
> digits), and from there you ssh into 'mesabi', but end up on nodes 
> with hostnames 'lnXXXX' (with X digits again). This suggests a common 
> file system, in which case you should be able to use a regular 
> expression like ^ln[0-9]{4}$ in 'aliaspattern' (depending on what 
> 'hostname' actually returns on those head nodes; you might have to 
> extend for the fully qualified name).
>
> (Or even more restrictive ^ln000[1-6]$ if you like.)
>
> Frank
>

-- 
Eric J West
Assistant Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Minnesota Duluth

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