Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of GeniTmixCalibTutorial


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06/19/14 12:59:01 (5 years ago)
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Ben Newton
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    33= Calibrating for Tmix =
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    5 This page describes how to run calibration experiments with [wiki:GeniTmix Tmix] on GENI nodes.  This tutorial assumes that you are already familiar with basic experimentation with GENI, and that you have access to a machine from which you can execute ssh commands and login to external machines.  If you wish to reserve resources using omni, some version of Linux or Unix running on a PC or virtual machine is required.  The tutorial also assumes basic familiarity with Linux or Unix.
     5This page describes how to run calibration experiments with [wiki:GeniTmix Tmix] on GENI nodes.  This tutorial assumes that you are already familiar with basic experimentation with GENI, and that you have access to a machine from which you can execute ssh commands and login to external machines.  If you wish to reserve resources using omni, some version of Linux or Unix running on a PC or virtual machine is required.  The tutorial also assumes basic familiarity with Linux or Unix, and the ability to use a terminal text editor such as emacs, vim or nano.
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    33 You 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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     33You should see a tmix.conf file, which contains the configuration for a tmix experiment.  Open the file with an editor such as vim, emacs, or nano, and browse its contents.  These are various settings that control a tmix experiment. At the end of the file
    3534Tmix 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:
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