Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GENIDesktop/GEC23/GENI_Desktop_and_GEMINI_runcmd


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06/08/15 17:18:34 (5 years ago)
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Hussamuddin Nasir
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    3232== Running Commands on Nodes ==
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    34 Again using the launcher, select the "Command" module which will open up a Run Command Window (see below).  Select the nodes on which you want to run a command using the topology viewer.  Type in the command you want to execute in the Run Command window and
    35 press the "Run Command" button in the window.  This will open up a new tab with the output from the command.
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     35Select the node/nodes on which you want run your command. Then click on the '''Command''' button. In the small window that shows up as shown in the figure below, click on the '''Set Selection''' button. Make sure you see your selected nodes listed below that button. Then type in the command you would like to run. You can join multiple commands separated by a ''';'''. (Commands are executed in a bash shell)
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    37 [[Image(wiki:GEMINI/Tutorial/Images:runcmdwindow.png)]]
     37[[Image(GEMINI/Tutorial/Images:run1.png)]]
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     40Once the commands are run, you will see the results of the commands  pop up in a new browser tab/window. (See figure below)
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     43[[Image(GEMINI/Tutorial/Images:run2.png)]]]
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    5258 a. '''Task 1:''' Create a file set with your source code on the GENI Desktop.
    53  a. '''Task 2:''' Upload your source code to VM-0 and VM-1.
    54  a. '''Task 3:''' Compile your code on VM-0 and VM-1.
    55  a. '''Task 4:''' Run your compiled program on VM-0 and VM-1.
     59 a. '''Task 2:''' Upload your source code to Node-0 and Node-1.
     60 a. '''Task 3:''' Compile your code on Node-0 and Node-1.
     61 a. '''Task 4:''' Run your compiled program on Node-0 and Node-1.