Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/PortalOmniExample/ObtainResources


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Timestamp:
07/05/13 15:08:28 (6 years ago)
Author:
Gary Wong
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Import the rspec directly into Flack, instead of saving locally.

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  • GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/PortalOmniExample/ObtainResources

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    9999<p>Next, we will learn about the mechanism Flack had been using when bringing up slivers for us.  Behind the scenes, slivers are described in GENI <b>rspec</b> files, which are relatively simple XML documents precisely describing the components, configurations, and topologies.</p>
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    101 <p>For this exercise, we will start with a prepared rspec file, which you can obtain from:
    102 <div style="margin:6px; padding:4px"><a href="http://protogeni.net/gec17tut2.rspec">http://protogeni.net/gec17tut2.rspec<a></div>
    103 You should download this now, and save it where you can get to it with your browser.  If you have time, it is worthwhile inspecting the contents to see the style of rspec files (in this case, another simple sliver consisting of two nodes connected by a single network link).</p>
     101<p>For this exercise, we will start with a prepared rspec file.</p>
    104102
    105103<table><tr>
    106104<td>
    107   <p>Next, you should load this topology into Flack:</p>
     105  <p>You should load this topology into Flack:</p>
    108106  <ol>
    109     <li>From the "Import" menu (see figure), select the "Import from file" item.</li>
    110     <li>Select the file you saved a moment ago and open it.</li>
     107    <li>From the "Import" menu (see figure), select the "Import from the web" item.</li>
     108    <li>Enter the following URL and open it:
     109      <pre class="wiki">http://protogeni.net/gec17tut2.rspec</pre>
     110    </li>
    111111    <li>Because this file contains a generic description of resources and does
    112112    not specify any particular aggregate manager, Flack will report