Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GIMIv1.1Tutorial


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    99 2. It is recommended that you attend the [ExoGENI tutorial] given prior to the GIMI tutorial.
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    11  3. Besides  OMF/OML and ExoGENI, this tutorial will also make use of [https://www.irods.org/ iRODS] and [http://ireel.npc.nicta.com.au/ IREEL] and the interested participant can find further information at the links given for both tools.
     11 3. Besides OMF/OML and ExoGENI, this tutorial will also make use of [https://www.irods.org/ iRODS] and [http://ireel.npc.nicta.com.au/ IREEL] and the interested participant can find further information at the links given for both tools.
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    1313 4. Account information for all tools will be handed out on paper to the participants at the beginning of the tutorial.
     
    1515== Tutorial Overview ==
    1616  * What is the goal of the tutorial?
    17   * What should the attendee expect to walk away with?
     17  * This tutorial will show how to reserve resources with [https://geni-orca.renci.org/trac/wiki/flukes/ Flukes] tool, implement experiments on [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/EXOGENI/ ExoGENI] testbed via command line based OML/OMF or web based GIMI portal ([http://ireel.npc.nicta.com.au/ IREEL]).
     18  * In this tutorial, Users are expected to get familiar with GIMI portal service and command line based OML/OMF, in order to submit experiment scripts, run experiments, and get visualized results.
     19  * As GIMI I&M service example, users will get hands on experience on an realistic video streaming experiment.
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    1921== Common Errors ==
     
    2224  * Sometimes even txt file inserts hidden characters
    2325  * Some lines require edits; don’t cut and paste the newline
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    25  * Make terminal windows big
     26  * Make terminal windows big
    2627  * Sometimes terminal gets corrupted when pasting a line that runs to the next line (especially when backspacing)
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