Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of GeniTmixCalibTutorial


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06/19/14 12:54:11 (5 years ago)
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    88== 1 Reserve Resources in Omni or GENI Portal ==
    9 Determine whether you wish to use Omni or GENI Portal to reserve GENI resources for this Tutorial.  We recommend you use GENI Portal, unless you are experienced with, or wish to gain experience with Omni.  Click one of the links below that matches your choice.
     9Determine whether you wish to use Omni or GENI Portal to reserve GENI resources for this Tutorial.  We recommend you use GENI Portal, unless you are experienced with, or wish to gain experience with Omni.  Click one of the links below that matches your choice.  The image and setup are the same as in the Tmix Tutorial. 
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    1111[wiki:GeniTmixTutorialPortal Reserve Resources using GENI Portal]
     
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    1515== 2 Login to nodes ==
    16 We suggest you now open two new terminal windows, one for each node. 
     16Open two new terminal windows, one for each node. 
    1717To log into the nodes reserved in the previous step issue the following command for each node in one of the new windows. 
    1818{{{
    1919ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_geni_ssh_rsa <username>@<hostname> -p <port>
    2020}}}
    21 As expected, <username> should be replaced with your GENI username, and <hostname> and <port> are replaced with the hostname and port of the reserved Geni resource noted in the previous step. 
     21As expected, <username> should be replaced with your GENI username, and <hostname> and <port> are replaced with the hostname and port of the reserved GENI resource noted in the previous step. 
    2222
    23 == 3 Run Tmix ==
    24 The image loaded on the nodes has the tmix tools already installed and in your path.  Also, while booting the first time, a script has generated a set of tmix configuration files for these nodes.  Each time the system boots, a kernel module is automatically inserted to assist in simulating the packet delays.  List the contents of your home directory.
     23== 3 Run Tmix  Script==
     24The image loaded on the nodes has the tmix tools already installed and in your path.  Each time the system boots, a kernel module is automatically inserted to assist in simulating the packet delays.  Issue the following command to run a Tmix setup script
     25{{{
     26sudo /local/tmix-script.sh
     27}}}
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     29Now, list the contents of your home directory.
    2530{{{
    2631ls
    2732}}}
    28 You should see a tmix.conf file, which contains the configuration for the tmix experiment.  Feel free to open the file and browse its contents. 
     33You should see a tmix.conf file, which contains the configuration for a tmix experiment.  Open the file and browse its contents. 
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    3035Tmix relies upon a pre-determined start time to synchronize tmix on the two nodes.  On both nodes run the following command to determine the time and date: