Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GENIDesktop/05032016/GENI_Desktop_runcmd


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    1919 The '''File Upload''' module will allow you to upload a file or a groups of files (which we call a "fileset") to a user-selected destination directory on one or multiple  nodes in your slice.
    20 Uploading files is a two step process.  Files are first uploaded from the user's local machine to our GENIDesktop Cloud Server.  From there, the files can be distributed to any of the nodes in your slice.  The two step process allows users to
     20Uploading files is a two step process.  Files are first uploaded from the user's local machine to our GENI Desktop Cloud Server.  From there, the files can be distributed to any of the nodes in your slice.  The two step process allows users to
    2121easily redistribute "filesets" from the Cloud server to nodes in any slice.  For example, if a user creates multiple slices to experiment with multiple topologies, they can easily distribute the same fileset files to each of the slices without needing
    2222to re-upload them each time from their local machine.
     
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    26 To use the file upload service, the user first uploads the files to the GENIDesktop Cloud Server. When satisfied with the set of files, user can then select the node/nodes you want these files distributed to. In the screenshot below , we will upload the [http://groups.geni.net/geni/raw-attachment/wiki/GEC23Agenda/GEC23Agenda--02June2015.png GEC23 Agenda file] that we previously saved onto our local machine. You can save it to your PC from [http://groups.geni.net/geni/raw-attachment/wiki/GEC23Agenda/GEC23Agenda--02June2015.png here].
     26To use the file upload service, the user first uploads the files to the GENI Desktop Cloud Server. When satisfied with the set of files, user can then select the node/nodes you want these files distributed to.
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    28 [[Image(GEMINI/Tutorial/Images:fileupload1.png,50%)]]
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    3030 1. Click on the '''File upload'''  button from the list of buttons in the top left of the page.
    31  2. In the small window that shows ups, click on the GENIDesktop Cloud Server file listing in the panel on the left to select the Cloud Server folder that you want to store the files in.
    32  3. Once you have selected a Cloud Server folder location, click on the '''Browse''' button in the right column and select the files you want to upload from your local machine to the GENIDesktop Cloud Server.
     31 2. In the small window that shows ups, click on the GENI Desktop Cloud Server file listing in the panel on the left to select the Cloud Server folder that you want to store the files in.
     32 3. Once you have selected a Cloud Server folder location, click on the '''Browse''' button in the right column and select the files you want to upload from your local machine to the GENI Desktop Cloud Server.
    3333 4. Once your files have been selected, Click on the '''Upload Files to GENI Cloud''' button. These files should then show up in the left column under the folder you specified earlier.
    3434 5. Now select the node(s) (in the topology view) to which you want to upload your files . Then click on the '''Set Selected Nodes''' button in the bottom right panel. Make sure you see your selected nodes listed below that button.  In the '''To''' text box, type in the directory you want to upload the Cloud Server files to on the selected node(s). This location should be a directory that exists on all the nodes in your slice.