Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of GENIMonitoring/GENIMonTips


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02/23/16 13:24:35 (7 years ago)
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    55This page highlights how to use GENI Monitoring features to investigate GENI Operations issues. All procedures assume that GENI Monitoring user is logged into the [http://genimon.uky.edu/ GENI Monitoring System].
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    7 == Slice Topology and Usage at each Aggregate ==
     7== Slice Topology and Bandwidth Usage ==
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    9 In a scenario where the slice name is known, it is possible to determine its topology (nodes and links) and bandwidth usage for each site. In this sections we will show how to determine the topology for a slice named "triangle" and then show usage for one of the sites in this experiment.
     9This scenario shows how to map a slice name to its topology (nodes and links) and to the bandwidth usage for each site in the slice. This sections shows how to determine the topology for a slice named "triangle" and then shows usage for one of the sites in this experiment.
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    1111 1. In the left-hand navigation bar, type `"triangle"` in `Search` box. This will show matching any item in monitoring containing the string `"triangle"` in the main panel.
     
    5151== Largest Traffic Source at an Aggregate ==
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    53 This scenario shows the Largest Traffic Source at a Site. We assume the site that is being investigated is Clemson.
     53This scenario shows how to determine the slice that is generating the largest traffic amount at a site. This example assumes the site that is being investigated is Clemson.
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    5555 1. In `Dashboard` click on the `Aggregates` button, this will display all known aggregates.
     
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    7070 7. Go back to the list of VLAN Metric available and this time choose the AL2S entry "sdn-sw.atla.net.internet2.edu:eth5/2:1234"  to view statistics reported from the AL2S switch in Atlanta where Clemson is connected to AL2S Network.
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     72== Resources allocated by an Experimenter ==
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     74This scenario shows how to map a GENI user ID to the resource allocation for that user's slices.  In this example the user id `lnevers` is used.
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     76 1. In `Dashboard` click on the `Users` button, this will display all active GENI Users. Note this is not the list of all users, it is the list of users that have resources in GENI, including slices without any resources.
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     782. Narrow down the list by typing "lnevers" in the upper-right `Search` field, which will show the account `lnevers.  From the slice results, we can see that "lnevers" has 12 Slivers and 19 Slices:
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     80[[Image(lnevers-user.jpg)]]
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