Changes between Version 48 and Version 49 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/RunHelloGENI

06/18/13 19:08:55 (7 years ago)



  • GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/RunHelloGENI

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    119         <img src="" width="180" height="150" alt="Execute"></a>
     119        <img src="" height="150" alt="Execute"></a>
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    156 = 3. View your results =
    157 For this example experiment we used the install script facility to automatically install the necessary software and kick-off the experiment. In this very simple setup, we have installed and launched a [ web server] as well as an [ iperf server], on the server host. On the client, we have started some processes to test both of these
    158 services. To view the results of this experiment:
    160 {{{
    162 <table border="0">
    164       <tr>
    165          <td>
    166          <img border="0" src="" alt="Hello GENI index"  height="90" title="Hello GENI Web server" /> 
    167        </td>
    168        <td >
    169          <ol type="a">
    170             <li> After the background of your slice turns green, press the (i) button that is on the server node icon.</li>
    171             <li> In the information tab that came up, press the <b>Visit</b> button. A new tab should come up that looks like the picture on the side. </li>
    172             <li> Click the <b>Web Server Statistics</b> link to look at statistics. Refresh the page a couple of times to see how the statistics change as the client requests documents.</li>
    173             <li> Click the <b>Logs from the iperf Server</b> link to see the statistics from the iperf transfers.</li>
    174            </ol>
    176        </td>
    177     </tr>
    178  </table>
     158<table  border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
     159  <tr>
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     161        <img src=""  height="150" alt="Execute"></a>
     162      </td>
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     164              <h3><u> Step 5: Cleanup experiment: </u></h3>
     165           After you are done with your experiment, you should always release your resources so that other experimenters can use
     166the resources. In order to cleanup your slice :
     167              <ol type="a">
     168                 <li>Press the '''Delete''' button in the bottom of your canvas </li>
     169                 <li> Select "'''Delete at used managers'''" and '''confirm''' your selection. </li>
     170              </ol>
     171Wait and after a few moments all the resources will have been released and you will have an empty canvas again. Notice that your slice is still there. There is no way to delete a slice, it will be removed automatically after its expiration date, but remember that a slice is just an empty container so it doesn't take up any resources.
     174          </td>
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    180 5. ''' Optional: Manually generate traffic ''' While conducting experiments in GENI, you will often want to run commands directly on the nodes. In this optional step, you will log in to a node and issue commands directly to it.
    181   * Follow [wiki:HowTo/LoginToNodes these instructions] and log in to the client node
    182   * When you have successfully logged in, run this command
    183    {{{
    184 iperf -c server -P 2
    185 }}}
    186     This task shouldn't take more than 30 seconds. Change the number after the ` -P ` argument and watch how the performance is affected while you change the number of parallel TCP connections.
    187   * Scroll all the way down the server iperf log, and look at the logs for your transfers
    189178= 4. Cleanup =
    190179After you are done with your experiment, you should always release your resources so that other experimenters can use