Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GEC15Agenda/WiMAXTutorial/WSN


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10/25/12 04:01:23 (7 years ago)
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    77== Experiment Design ==
    8 '''
    9 Step 1''': Create the application that you want to run on the nodes.
     8
     9'''Step 1''': Choose the application that you want to run on the WiMAX nodes (or create a new one)
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    1111In this case, we will run two applications: a ''sensor'' application that collects measurements from temperature, humidity, and light sensors attached to the node, and a ''wmxstat'' application that collects measurements about the state of the WiMAX link.
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     13Both of these applications are Ruby scripts.
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    14 Both of these applications are Ruby scripts.
    15 
    16 '''Step 2''': Instrument the applications with OML so that you can collect measurements from them during experiment runtime.
     15'''Step 2''': If you've written your own application, instrument it with OML so that you can collect measurements from it during experiment runtime
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    1817These applications were instrumented with the [https://rubygems.org/gems/oml4r oml4r] Ruby client library.
     
    2019OML client libraries are also available for [http://pypi.python.org/pypi/oml4py/ Python] and [http://mytestbed.net/projects/oml/wiki/Client_Programming C or C++].
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    22 === Experiment Requirements ===
    23 === Selecting Resources ===
    2421
    2522== Experiment Deployment ==
     23
     24'''Step 3''':  Create a disk image with your applications installed
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     26Log onto a testbed and load a baseline disk image onto a node:
     27{{{
     28omf load -i baseline-witest.ndz -t omf.witest.node1
     29}}}
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     31Log onto the node (''ssh root@node1'') and install your applications and any required files.
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     33Then save your disk image:
     34{{{
     35omf save -n omf.witest.node1
     36}}}
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     38This can take a while, so we've already created a disk image for use in this tutorial. It's called '''gec15sensor.ndz'''
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     40You can load this disk image onto any number of nodes, e.g.:
     41{{{
     42omf load -i gec15sensor.ndz -t omf.witest.node1,omf.witest.node2,omf.witest.node3,omf.witest.node4,omf.witest.node5,omf.witest.node6,omf.witest.node7
     43}}}
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    2647=== OML-enabled Applications ===
    2748=== Custom Application ===