Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GEMINI/Tutorial/GEC20/GENI_Desktop_and_GEMINI_instrumentize/ExecuteExperiment


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10/10/14 17:05:25 (4 years ago)
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Hussamuddin Nasir
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    2828In this exercise, we assume you have already created a slice and allocated slivers (resources) to the slice resulting in a
    29 slice line like that shown above. If your slice does not say "Instrumentize" as  At this point your next step is to "Initialize" the slice for use in the GENI Desktop.
     29slice line like that shown above. If the NEXT ACTION on your slice  says "Initialize" , follow the steps below. Otherwise skip to the "Instrument your Slice" section below.
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    3131== Initializing a Slice ==
     
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    4040=== Why is Initialize Needed? ===
    41   As you will see later in this session, once the slice is initialized, you will be able to use a web-based terminal to connect to your nodes just by clicking on a node in the topology diagram. You will also be able to copy files to your nodes and will have the ability to run commands on all the nodes (or a subset of nodes) in your topology at the same time.
     41  As you will see later in this session, once the slice is initialized, you will be able to use a web-based terminal to connect to your nodes just by clicking on a node in the topology diagram. You will also be able to copy files to your nodes and will have the ability to run commands on all the nodes (or a subset of nodes) in your topology at the same time. With a recent update to the Genidesktop, all slices/slivers created at the GeniDesktop will be auto-initialized and may not require this step. Any referral to the Genidesktop from a slice page in the GENI Portal also should be auto-Initialized.
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    4343=== So What do I do next? ===