Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GettingStarted_PartII_Hadoop/Procedure


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    88== Overview ==
    9 Understand how resources are described and reserved in GENI.   Learn how to customize those resources using standard mechanisms. Use multiple tools to act on a slice and reserve resources.
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    11 Use these tools to reserve a simple Hadoop experiment.
     9Run a simple Hadoop experiment and understand how resources are described and reserved in GENI. Learn how to customize those resources and automate your experiment.
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    1311While doing this experiment, use and understand the following terms: resource specification (RSpec), sliver, and aggregate manager API (AM API)
     
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    1715At the end of this exercise, you will be able to:
    18   * Use and understand the following terms:
    19     - Resource Specification (aka RSpec)
    20     - sliver
    21     - Aggregate Manager API (AM API)
     16  * Use and understand the following terms: '''Resource Specification (aka RSpec), sliver, Aggregate Manager API (AM API)'''
    2217  * Customize the resources/RSpec you reserve using standard mechanisms. You will:
    2318    - understand that an RSpec is an XML file that specifies resources which are reserved using the aggregate manager API (AM API)
     19    -  understand that all tools use common mechanisms to describe resources (RSpecs) and to reserve resources (the AM API)
    2420    - understand how to load and edit an RSpec using Flack
    2521       - know how to specify the image to load on a compute node
    2622       - know how to have software automatically loaded and run on a compute node
    27   * Use the Omni command line tool to manage resource reservations
    28   * Use multiple tools to act on a slice and reserve resources
    29     - understand that all tools use common mechanisms to describe resources (RSpecs) and to reserve resources (the AM API)
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     23  * Use the Omni command line tool
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    3225== Experiment Topology and Setup ==