Changes between Version 45 and Version 46 of GENIMonitoring/HowTo


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Timestamp:
04/08/15 13:54:14 (6 years ago)
Author:
hdempsey@bbn.com
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more minor cleanups

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    9393== GENI External Checks ==
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    95 The [http://genimon.uky.edu/ GENI Monitoring] site also integrates status information collected from checker applications running in other locations. Once example is the '' ''' GENI Objects->Checks''' ''.  This checker runs at the GPO and is intended to eventually capture Campus Status for OpenFlow connections between all GENI sites.  The current check, which is still being improved, checks OpenFlow dataplane availability from the University of Washington InstaGENI rack to several remote sites.  This is the current list of OpenFlow Campus Checks for AL2S sites:
     95In addtion to collecting information from the GENI aggregates directly, [http://genimon.uky.edu/ GENI Monitoring] can also integrate status information from independent applications. One example of this is the '' ''' GENI Objects->Checks''' ''.  This checker runs at the GPO, capturing status for active OpenFlow connections between several GENI sites.  The current check, which is still being improved, checks OpenFlow dataplane availability from the University of Washington InstaGENI rack to several remote sites.  This is the current list of OpenFlow Campus Checks for AL2S sites:
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    104 == Aggregates Reports ==
     104== Aggregate Reports ==
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    106 The [http://genimon.uky.edu/ GENI Monitoring] system monitors GENI Aggregates. This function is available by selecting '' '''GENI Stores->Aggregates''' '', which reports a list of all monitored aggregates. There are several types of Aggregates: InstaGENI, ExoGENI, OpenGENI, FOAM, Network-Aggregate, WiMAX, and the Stitcher Service. Each of these Aggregate Types reports an "Aggregate History Report" and an "Aggregate Availability" report, which report resource allocation an aggregate availability respectively.
     106The [http://genimon.uky.edu/ GENI Monitoring] system monitors GENI Aggregates. This function is available by selecting '' '''GENI Stores->Aggregates''' '', which reports a list of all monitored aggregates. There are several types of Aggregates: InstaGENI, ExoGENI, OpenGENI, FOAM(!OpenFlow), Network-Aggregate, WiMAX, and the Stitcher Service. Each of these Aggregate Types reports an "Aggregate History Report" and an "Aggregate Availability" report, which report resource allocation an aggregate availability respectively.  (Note that some services are reported as aggregates for convenience, even though they are not strictly aggregates.)
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    109 == Authorities Reports ==
     109== Authority Reports ==
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    111111The [http://genimon.uky.edu/ GENI Monitoring] system monitors the GENI Clearinghouse for ''Users'' and ''Slices'' statistics.  Clearinghouse information is available by selecting '' '''GENI Stores->Authorities''' ''.
     
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    121121== Nodes Reports ==
    122 The ''' ''GENI Hardware->Nodes'' ''' feature provides a list of all GENI Node resources including VM Serves, Switches and WiMAX resources for Compute and Network Aggregates.  Selecting any of the nodes and a Node Metrics Report is shown for the selected date range:
     122The ''' ''GENI Hardware->Nodes'' ''' feature provides a list of all GENI Node resources including VM Servers, Switches and WiMAX resources for Compute and Network Aggregates.  Selecting any of the nodes and a Node Metrics Report is shown for the selected date range:
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    124124[[Image(node-metrics.jpg,60%)]]
     
    127127== Interface Reports ==
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    129 The ''' ''GENI Hardware->Interfaces'' ''' feature provides a list of all known interfaces including their role (experimental, control) for each rack type and for WiMAX sites.
     129The ''' ''GENI Hardware->Interfaces'' ''' feature provides a list of all known interfaces, including their role (experimental, control) for each rack type and for WiMAX sites.
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    131 Note: Currently ExoGENI do not report and interface role, and "unknown" is shown in the interface role column.
     131Note: Currently ExoGENI racks do not report an interface role, and "unknown" is shown in the interface role column.
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    133 Note: Currently there are no interface statistics only overall node statistics.
     133Note: Currently there are no interface statistics available, only overall node statistics.
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