Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GEMINI/Tutorial/init_instr_adv


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    3 Navigation: [wiki:GEMINI/Tutorial/GEC21/GENI_Desktop_and_GEMINI_instrumentize Up]
     3Navigation: [wiki:GEMINI/Tutorial/Help Back to Help Page]
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    77<h1> <font color="Blue">Accessing Slices:</font> Start using the GENI Desktop (login, initialize, instrumentize) </h1>
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    11 == To login to the GENI Desktop ==
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    13 Please follow the steps to login from [wiki:GEMINI/Tutorial/GEC21/GENI_Desktop_login here]
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    16 == The GENI Desktop Slice List Page ==
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    18 Once you are logged into the GENI Desktop, you will be presented with the "Slice List" page as shown below.
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    21     [[Image(wiki:GEMINI/Tutorial/Images:gec_has_init_button_arrow.png)]]
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    23 The slice list page provides a list of all your slices.  It allows you to create new slices and to work with your existing slices.
    24 Each line lists the name of the slice, a description of the RSPEC (if available), the number of Aggregate Managers (AMs) used by the slice,
    25 whether the slice has resources (slivers) allocated to the slice, whether the slice lifetime should be automatically renewed by the GENI Desktop,
    26 the slice's expiration date/time, and the next action to take on this slice. 
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    28 In 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 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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    3110== Initializing a Slice ==