Changes between Version 26 and Version 27 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/ClickExample/Execute


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    5454=== Test remote execution ===
    55 You can execute commands in a remote host using `ssh` if you are using a Mac or Linux. There is an omni script, `remote-execute.py` that automates this.
    56 The rest of the tutorial assumes you have access to the remote-execute.py script. If you are on a Windows host you have to SSH to each host and execute the command that is after the '-m' option, manually.
     55You can execute commands in a remote host using `ssh` if you are using a Mac or Linux. There is an omni script, `remote-execute` that automates this.
     56The rest of the tutorial assumes you have access to the remote-execute script. If you are on a Windows host you have to SSH to each host and execute the command that is after the '-m' option, manually.
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    5858  i. In your local terminal type :
     
    121121  i. On a local terminal run the following command four times, each time substituting the <router_name> with one of the top, bottom, left, right:
    122122  {{{
    123   remote-execute.py -a pg-utah <slicename> -m "sh ./stopIP.sh" \
     123  remote-execute --useSliceAggregates <slicename> -m "sh ./stopIP.sh" \
    124124                                 --host <router_name>
    125125}}}
     
    150150  i. On a local terminal run the following command four times, each time substituting the <router_name> with one of the top, bottom, left, right:
    151151  {{{
    152   remote-execute.py -a pg-utah <slicename> -m "sh ./startClick.sh"
    153 }}}
    154   You'll get output like this. (Don't worry about the warning messages, Click is just reminding you that you have no IP addresses in your core network.) The output of the click router is redirected to `/tmp/click.out` on each host.
     152  remote-execute --useSliceAggregates <slicename> -m "sh ./startClick.sh"
     153}}}
     154  You'll get output like this. (Don't worry if you get warning messages, Click is just reminding you that you have no IP addresses in your core network.) The output of the click router is redirected to `/tmp/click.out` on each host.
    155155
    156156  {{{