GIR3.2_ERM: ERM-feedback-20111102.txt

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1Subject:
2Re: ERM questions
3From:
4Luisa Nevers <lnevers@bbn.com>
5Date:
611/2/2011 1:44 PM
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>
11
12Hello Michael,
13
14I have finished reviewing the two ERM packages.  As noted earlier, I can
15only review documentation and cannot validate the simulation and the
16NetFPGA code.  I have found no further issues in the latest version and
17have completed the GIR3.2 evaluation.
18
19Thank you for you help,
20Luisa
21
22
23
24On 11/1/2011 5:08 PM, Michael S. Wang wrote:
25> Hi Luisa,
26>
27>     I've uploaded the ERM wiki with two new files:
28>
29>     1. ERM-Simulator.v.1.zip
30>     2. GENI-ERM-NetFPGA.zip
31>
32>     Hope this helps. Thanks!
33>
34> Warm regards,
35> Michael
36>
37> On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 12:00 PM, Luisa Nevers <lnevers@bbn.com> wrote:
38>
39>     Hi Michael,
40>
41>     Thank you for the quick response.  No rush, good luck on your midterm.
42>
43>     Luisa
44>
45>
46>     On 10/24/2011 11:56 AM, Michael S. Wang wrote:
47>>     Hi Luisa,
48>>
49>>         Thanks for the feedback. I have updated the descriptions of the two packages on the ERM wiki (based on your previous email).
50>>
51>>         I will address the others changes by Wednesday as I have a midterm tomorrow evening that I have to prepare for right now.
52>>
53>>         Thanks!
54>>
55>>     Warm regards,
56>>     Michael
57>>
58>>     On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 11:39 AM, Luisa Nevers <lnevers@bbn.com> wrote:
59>>
60>>         Hello Michael,
61>>
62>>         I have reviewed both packages and here is feedback for the READMEs.  As noted earlier,
63>>         I am not able to test the setup, so can only comment on instructions.
64>>
65>>         geni_umf_v3_3pin package:
66>>         =======================
67>>         1. Minor. The README_ERM_Updated.txt "Getting started with Design" section uses the
68>>             project name "reference_nic", it is probably a well known term, but it should be explicitly
69>>             mapped to the geni_umf_v3_3pin project.
70>>
71>>         2. In the same section the directories descriptions do not match what is delivered in
72>>              the package:
73>>             - README states "The src directory is empty". In the package, the directory
74>>              contains these files: crypto.v,  crypto.v~, user_data_path.v  user_data_path.v~.
75>>            - README states "The sw directory is empty".  In the package there is no "sw" delivered.
76>>            - README states "There is one file under include". In the package there are two files
77>>              "crypto_defines.v" and "dev_id.v" in addition to "lib_modules.txt"
78>>
79>>         GENI 10 Simulations 2 Package:
80>>         =========================
81>>         3.  Readme does not provide an overview that explains the scope of the package.
82>>
83>>         4. The "Running the simulator" section does not explain about the simulator,
84>>             and it does not list which simulator the files can be used in.  Should include
85>>            Simulator name and version.
86>>
87>>         Luisa
88>>         
89>>
90>>         On 10/24/2011 10:07 AM, Luisa Nevers wrote:
91>>>         Hello Michael,
92>>>
93>>>         Thank you for attaching the 2 packages to the GENI wiki page.  I do not see
94>>>         any changes to the GENI ERM page that describes the packages and their
95>>>         relevance.  It would be helpful to add text to describe each.
96>>>
97>>>         I will start reviewing the two packages this morning and will get feedback to you.
98>>>
99>>>         About the email failure, if possible, could you forward me one of the failure
100>>>         notifications.  We have been experiencing some filtering issues, and if the
101>>>         failures are related, I could get our support group to address it.
102>>>
103>>>         Thank you,
104>>>         Luisa
105>>>
106>>>
107>>>
108>>>         On 10/22/2011 8:37 PM, Michael S. Wang wrote:
109>>>>
110>>>>             Hi Luisa,
111>>>>
112>>>>                 I've uploaded a new simulation zip file onto the ERM GENI wiki.
113>>>>
114>>>>
115>>>>                It is called GENI_10_Simulations_2.zip.
116>>>>
117>>>>                It contains a readme file that describes how to use the simulation.
118>>>>
119>>>>                Items 2-4 will be addressed by today as well.
120>>>>
121>>>>
122>>>>               Sorry if you got several emails on this. My email system keeps sending me "failure notifications" when I try to send to you.
123>>>>
124>>>>         Warm regards,
125>>>>         Michael
126>>>>
127>>>>         On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 9:55 AM, Luisa Nevers <lnevers@bbn.com> wrote:
128>>>>
129>>>>             Hello Micheal,
130>>>>
131>>>>             Sorry about the delay, I finally got a chance to start checking out this deliverable and
132>>>>             have several questions.
133>>>>
134>>>>             1. I have looked at the ERM_Final_Report_Sep11.doc document and do not seen any
135>>>>                 usage/installation information.  What should I use as documentation to use the
136>>>>                 simulation?
137>>>>
138>>>>             2.  I may not be able to use the NETFPGA code, due to lack of equipment, but I
139>>>>                 expect I should  be able to build it, right?  I have unpacked it, and found that
140>>>>                the README.txt only describes the directory structure of the NETFPGA code and how
141>>>>                the of the deliverable (geni_umf_v3_3pin) fits into that structure.  Is there
142>>>>                documentation for building this module?
143>>>>
144>>>>             3. Unpacking the geni_umf_v3_3pin.rar file creates approximately  200 files (no directories)
145>>>>                at the top level.  How does this map to the structure that is in the README.txt?
146>>>>
147>>>>             4. When using unrar to unpack the geni_umf_v3_3pin.rar file, there is around
148>>>>                 a dozen prompt to overwrite existing files.  Why is taking place?
149>>>>
150>>>>             Thanks,
151>>>>             Luisa
152>>>>
153>>>>
154>>>>             On 10/13/2011 10:30 PM, Michael S. Wang wrote:
155>>>>>             Hi Luisa,
156>>>>>
157>>>>>                 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).
158>>>>>
159>>>>>                 Under the attachment section, please download the two files:
160>>>>>
161>>>>>                   1. GENI_10_Simulations.zip
162>>>>>                   2. geni_umf_v3_3pin.rar
163>>>>>                   
164>>>>>                  Furthermore, the file ERM_Final_Report_Sep11.docx will provide a summary of the entire project and explanations of the code release.
165>>>>>
166>>>>>                  Please let me know if you need anything else. Thanks!
167>>>>>
168>>>>>             Warm regards,
169>>>>>             Michael
170>>>>>                 
171>>>>>
172>>>>>             On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 11:35 AM, Keren Bergman <kb2028@columbia.edu> wrote:
173>>>>>
174>>>>>
175>>>>>                 Hi Mike,
176>>>>>                 Please respond to them with the link to our ERM release
177>>>>>                 -----Original Message-----
178>>>>>                 From: Luisa Nevers [mailto:lnevers@bbn.com]
179>>>>>                 Sent: Friday, October 07, 2011 10:28 AM
180>>>>>                 To: Luisa Nevers
181>>>>>                 Subject: GENI Integration Release 3.2 Candidates
182>>>>>
183>>>>>                 Hello GENI PI,
184>>>>>
185>>>>>                 You are receiving this email because your project has a software
186>>>>>                 milestone due within the GENI Spiral 3 Integration Release 2 (GIR3.2)
187>>>>>                 time frame.  This is the final reminder for GENI Spiral 3.  Make sure to
188>>>>>                 reply with your software release information if you want to be included
189>>>>>                 in the GEC12  list of projects that made Spiral 3 software
190>>>>>                 deliverables.   Please let me know how to access both the software  and
191>>>>>                 its supporting documentation.
192>>>>>
193>>>>>                 The GIR 3.2 effort focuses on software released after March 31, 2011.
194>>>>>                 For more information about the GIR efforts, please see
195>>>>>                 Spiral3_GIR_Guidelines.pdf available at:
196>>>>>                 http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GpoDoc#GENISpiral3IntegrationReleaseGuideli
197>>>>>                 nes
198>>>>>
199>>>>>
200>>>>>                 For a detailed list of software milestones being considered for GIR3.2,
201>>>>>                 see the full list at:
202>>>>>                 http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GIR3_2_candidates
203>>>>>
204>>>>>                 Thank You!
205>>>>>                 Luisa Nevers
206>>>>>
207>>>>>
208>>>>>
209>>>>>
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