Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of GEMINI/Tutorial/GEC15/Background/Instrumentize


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10/23/12 12:49:10 (7 years ago)
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Ahmed El-Hassany
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    88  2. Know the passphrase for your GENI certificate file. GEMINI currently does not support decrypted/unencrypted GENI certificates. Its easier and less cumbersome if you can store your passphrase in ~/.ssl/password as explained in the User Workspace setup explained earlier.
    99  3. The sliver status for your slice is "READY".
    10   4. Make sure you can ssh into the nodes in your slice without being prompted for password. This functionality is one of the fundamental and necessary requirements of setting up the GEMINI I&M System on your slice.  See [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GEC15TutorialVMInstructions#SSLKeyPasswordConfiguration instructions] for adding your key to the ssh-agent.
     10  4. Make sure you can ssh into the nodes in your slice without being prompted for password. This functionality is one of the fundamental and necessary requirements of setting up the GEMINI I&M System on your slice.  See [wiki:GEMINI/Tutorial/GEC15/Background/VM instrunctions] for adding your key to the ssh-agent.
    1111  5. Renew your slice and slivers. Some certificates used in GEMINI are tied to your slice's expiration date and would need to be manually updated if your slice is renewed after the instrumentize process.
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    14 In order to instrument your slice using GEMINI we use the script called "instrumentize.py" with the below mentioned parameters
     14In order to instrument your slice using GEMINI we use the script called "instrumentize.py" located at "~/Tutorials/GEMINI/commmon/ " with the below mentioned parameters
    1515  instrumentize.py -f <PATH TO YOUR GENI CREDENTIAL FILE> -n <SLICENAME>
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