GIR3.2_ERM: ERM-feedback-20111024a.txt

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1Subject:
2Re: ERM questions
3From:
4Luisa Nevers <lnevers@bbn.com>
5Date:
610/24/2011 11:39 AM
7To:
8"Michael S. Wang" <michael.s.wang.38@gmail.com>
9CC:
10bergman@ee.columbia.edu, Harry Mussman <hmussman@bbn.com>, Heidi Picher Dempsey <hpd@bbn.com>, Luisa Nevers <lnevers@bbn.com>
11
12Hello Michael,
13
14I have reviewed both packages and here is feedback for the READMEs.  As noted earlier,
15I am not able to test the setup, so can only comment on instructions.
16
17geni_umf_v3_3pin package:
18=======================
191. Minor. The README_ERM_Updated.txt "Getting started with Design" section uses the
20    project name "reference_nic", it is probably a well known term, but it should be explicitly
21    mapped to the geni_umf_v3_3pin project.
22
232. In the same section the directories descriptions do not match what is delivered in
24     the package:
25    - README states "The src directory is empty". In the package, the directory
26     contains these files: crypto.v,  crypto.v~, user_data_path.v  user_data_path.v~.
27   - README states "The sw directory is empty".  In the package there is no "sw" delivered.
28   - README states "There is one file under include". In the package there are two files
29     "crypto_defines.v" and "dev_id.v" in addition to "lib_modules.txt"
30
31GENI 10 Simulations 2 Package:
32=========================
333.  Readme does not provide an overview that explains the scope of the package.
34
354. The "Running the simulator" section does not explain about the simulator,
36    and it does not list which simulator the files can be used in.  Should include
37   Simulator name and version.
38
39Luisa
40 
41
42On 10/24/2011 10:07 AM, Luisa Nevers wrote:
43> Hello Michael,
44>
45> Thank you for attaching the 2 packages to the GENI wiki page.  I do not see
46> any changes to the GENI ERM page that describes the packages and their
47> relevance.  It would be helpful to add text to describe each.
48>
49> I will start reviewing the two packages this morning and will get feedback to you.
50>
51> About the email failure, if possible, could you forward me one of the failure
52> notifications.  We have been experiencing some filtering issues, and if the
53> failures are related, I could get our support group to address it.
54>
55> Thank you,
56> Luisa
57>
58>
59>
60> On 10/22/2011 8:37 PM, Michael S. Wang wrote:
61>>
62>>     Hi Luisa,
63>>
64>>         I've uploaded a new simulation zip file onto the ERM GENI wiki.
65>>
66>>
67>>        It is called GENI_10_Simulations_2.zip.
68>>
69>>        It contains a readme file that describes how to use the simulation.
70>>
71>>        Items 2-4 will be addressed by today as well.
72>>
73>>
74>>       Sorry if you got several emails on this. My email system keeps sending me "failure notifications" when I try to send to you.
75>>
76>> Warm regards,
77>> Michael
78>>
79>> On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 9:55 AM, Luisa Nevers <lnevers@bbn.com> wrote:
80>>
81>>     Hello Micheal,
82>>
83>>     Sorry about the delay, I finally got a chance to start checking out this deliverable and
84>>     have several questions.
85>>
86>>     1. I have looked at the ERM_Final_Report_Sep11.doc document and do not seen any
87>>         usage/installation information.  What should I use as documentation to use the
88>>         simulation?
89>>
90>>     2.  I may not be able to use the NETFPGA code, due to lack of equipment, but I
91>>         expect I should  be able to build it, right?  I have unpacked it, and found that
92>>        the README.txt only describes the directory structure of the NETFPGA code and how
93>>        the of the deliverable (geni_umf_v3_3pin) fits into that structure.  Is there
94>>        documentation for building this module?
95>>
96>>     3. Unpacking the geni_umf_v3_3pin.rar file creates approximately  200 files (no directories)
97>>        at the top level.  How does this map to the structure that is in the README.txt?
98>>
99>>     4. When using unrar to unpack the geni_umf_v3_3pin.rar file, there is around
100>>         a dozen prompt to overwrite existing files.  Why is taking place?
101>>
102>>     Thanks,
103>>     Luisa
104>>
105>>
106>>     On 10/13/2011 10:30 PM, Michael S. Wang wrote:
107>>>     Hi Luisa,
108>>>
109>>>         The source code for the ERM project can be found on the GENI ERM wikipage (http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/Embedded%20Real-Time%20Measurements).
110>>>
111>>>         Under the attachment section, please download the two files:
112>>>
113>>>           1. GENI_10_Simulations.zip
114>>>           2. geni_umf_v3_3pin.rar
115>>>           
116>>>          Furthermore, the file ERM_Final_Report_Sep11.docx will provide a summary of the entire project and explanations of the code release.
117>>>
118>>>          Please let me know if you need anything else. Thanks!
119>>>
120>>>     Warm regards,
121>>>     Michael
122>>>         
123>>>
124>>>     On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 11:35 AM, Keren Bergman <kb2028@columbia.edu> wrote:
125>>>
126>>>
127>>>         Hi Mike,
128>>>         Please respond to them with the link to our ERM release
129>>>         -----Original Message-----
130>>>         From: Luisa Nevers [mailto:lnevers@bbn.com]
131>>>         Sent: Friday, October 07, 2011 10:28 AM
132>>>         To: Luisa Nevers
133>>>         Subject: GENI Integration Release 3.2 Candidates
134>>>
135>>>         Hello GENI PI,
136>>>
137>>>         You are receiving this email because your project has a software
138>>>         milestone due within the GENI Spiral 3 Integration Release 2 (GIR3.2)
139>>>         time frame.  This is the final reminder for GENI Spiral 3.  Make sure to
140>>>         reply with your software release information if you want to be included
141>>>         in the GEC12  list of projects that made Spiral 3 software
142>>>         deliverables.   Please let me know how to access both the software  and
143>>>         its supporting documentation.
144>>>
145>>>         The GIR 3.2 effort focuses on software released after March 31, 2011.
146>>>         For more information about the GIR efforts, please see
147>>>         Spiral3_GIR_Guidelines.pdf available at:
148>>>         http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GpoDoc#GENISpiral3IntegrationReleaseGuideli
149>>>         nes
150>>>
151>>>
152>>>         For a detailed list of software milestones being considered for GIR3.2,
153>>>         see the full list at:
154>>>         http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GIR3_2_candidates
155>>>
156>>>         Thank You!
157>>>         Luisa Nevers
158>>>
159>>>
160>>>
161>>>
162>>
163>>
164>
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