Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GENIRacksHome/OpenGENIRacks/UserGuide


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    3 = GRAM Experimenters User Guide =
     3= OpenGENI Experimenters User Guide =
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    55== Introduction ==
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    7 GRAM (GENI Rack Aggregate Manager) is fully compliant (V3.0) GENI Aggregate Manager that presents rack resources to authenticated and authorized clients of the AM API.
     7GRAM (GENI Rack Aggregate Manager) is fully compliant (V3.0) GENI Aggregate Manager that presents rack resources to authenticated and authorized clients of the AM API. The GRAM rack is also known as OpenGENI.
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    9 GRAM supports GENI Rspecs V3.
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    11 A description of the AM API is beyond the scope of this document. For this see: http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GAPI_AM_API_V3.
     9GRAM supports GENI Rspecs V3. A description of the AM API is beyond the scope of this document. For this see: http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GAPI_AM_API_V3.
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    1311This document focuses on unique features of the GRAM AM, as well as features that are currently still under development.
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    15 == GRAM Implementation of the GENI AM API V3 ==
     13== OpenGENI Implementation of the GENI AM API V3 ==
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    1715GRAM aggregates provide experimenters with two types of resources:
     
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    8078== Custom Images ==
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    8180Users can create a snapshot of a VM for use in future slices. Images can be created and deleted using the 'performoerationaction' command and requires an options file. The command to create a custom image of a snapshot in a VM that exists in the slice is:
    8281{{{
     
    107106== Developing Features ==
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    109 This section describes features of GRAM that are still under development.
     108This section describes features of OpenGENI/GRAM that are still under development.
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    111110 * ''GMOC Integration''. Integration of the GRAM rack with GMOC (GENI Meta-Operations Center) monitoring and reporting capabilities. This provides statistics to the GMOC about mappings of slices to sliver resources and use of aggregate resources by authorized users.