Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of GeniDesktop/FAQ


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04/21/16 16:43:33 (5 years ago)
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Hussamuddin Nasir
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    2020=== 3. Problem allocating resources to my slice. What do I do ? ===
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     22    This could be due to a variety of reasons. The GENIDesktop does provide a detailed log of the actions performed. Please go through the last few lines of the log. You may able to figure out the problem. You may also be provided with an error URL in the log that can copy off and send to the GENI Users google group mailing list for help if the message does not make sense to you.
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    2325=== 4. Adding a Global Node (problems ?) ===
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     27   Again this could be due to a variety of reasons. For example, the InstaGENI rack may not have more memory or disk space to create any more VMs. Another major problem that is encountered is is lack of free Routable IP addresses which is required by the Global Node. You can use the GENI Monitoring system for find rack that satisfies your requirement. [https://genimon.uky.edu/status] .  In particular look for an Instageni rack that is available and has the least number of VMs allocated and at least some Routable IP available.
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    59  Once you set the option to allow pop-up from the https://genidesktop.netlab.uky.edu , you should see new browser window/tab that asks you to accept a self-signed certificate like show below. The GENIDesktop services run on the GDGN Node using an webserver running on https. The certificates used to be accepted by you when presented in the browser.
     64 Once you set the option to allow pop-up from the https://genidesktop.netlab.uky.edu , you should see new browser window/tab that asks you to accept a self-signed certificate like show below. The GENIDesktop services run on the GDGN Node using an web server running on https. The certificates used to be accepted by you when presented in the browser.
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