Changes between Version 48 and Version 49 of GIMIv1.1Tutorial/Slice


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10/19/12 09:39:03 (7 years ago)
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zink@cs.umass.edu
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  • GIMIv1.1Tutorial/Slice

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    121121   * To verify settings right-click on each node and select ''Edit Properties'', inspect, and close if everything looks right. In case you detect an error (which we don't expect for the tutorial) you can fix it here and then save a new version of the RDF file by clicking on ''File'' from the top menu in Flukes and selecting ''Save Request''.
    122122   * To create a slice enter your slice name ''gimiXX-tutorial'' in to the empty field next to the ''Submit Request'' button and the click the latter.
     123   * When you are prompted for login please enter the following data:
     124     Key alias: gimiXX
     125     Password: The one that has been handed out to you
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    124127  ''B.2.1.6'' To check if all the resources have come up go to the ''Manifest View'' tab and enter your slice name (''gimiXX-tutorial'') into the empty field. Then click ''Query for Manifest''. After a short moment a box with all the requested resources and their respective status will appear. (This box does not update automatically and you have to hit the ''Query for Manifest'' button again to receive and update).
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    126   ''B.2.1.7'' GIMI specific post boot script. Each node uses the same image but runs a slightly different post boot script. The latter allows for individualized settings at each node. An example post boot script for NodeA is shown below:
     129  ''B.2.1.7'' GIMI specific post boot script. Each node uses the same image but runs a slightly different post boot script. The latter allows for individualized settings at each node. This script is already part of the gimiXX.rdf file. An example post boot script for NodeA is shown below:
    127130{{{
    128131#!/bin/bash