Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of GENIRacksAdministration


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Timestamp:
02/28/12 11:26:50 (7 years ago)
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hdempsey@bbn.com
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  • GENIRacksAdministration

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    1212 * Power requirements - Define which PDU and related power equipment matches on site power availability
    1313 * Administrative accounts - Setup site administrator accounts and other accounts that make be needed to manage access to the rack resources.  Sites can choose to operate without admnistrator accounts if they prefer that option, and adminstrative responsibility will be delegated to a GENI operations group.
    14  * Delivery logistics - Details for ''where'' the rack is to be delivered, ''who'' will accept the delivers, and ''when'' the delivery will take place.  Also covers identifying and plannign for any physical restrictions for the rack delivery.
     14 * Delivery logistics - Details for ''where'' the rack is to be delivered, ''who'' will accept the delivers, and ''when'' the delivery will take place.  Also covers identifying and plannign for any physical restrictions for the rack delivery.
     15 * GENI Agreements - Sites need to read and agree to basic usage agreements for GENI racks.  All sites should read and understand the [wiki:GpoDoc#GENIRecommendedUsePolicy GENI Recommended Usage Policy] and the [wiki:GpoDoc#GENIAggregateProvidersAgreement GENI Aggregate Providers Agreement]  There may also be some rack-specific agreements for ExoGENI and InstaGENI.
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    1617== Rack Administrative Tasks ==
    1718
    18 As a GENI rack administrator has operator responsibilities that include:
     19Site GENI rack administrator operations responsibilities include:
    1920 * managing user accounts for experimenters and for other Operators.
    2021 * updated for software and firmware, depending on the rack type.  (See section below for specific rack type)
     
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    128130'''4.''' Then, connect to the private IP address of other VM and start the iperf client: