Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of GiB-gettingStarted


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09/28/12 17:57:43 (9 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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    123 The output of the command is the ''advertisement Rspec'' from the GENI-in-a-Box aggregate.  You'll see the aggregate advertises six compute resources.   Only two are shown here for readability reasons but you will find the complete advertisement rspec here.  Look at the description of the first resource in the spec.   This compute resources is an openVZ container running Fedora 15 image (or an Ubuntu 10 image if you are using the Ubuntu flavor of GENI-in-a-Box).  The  resource has four network interfaces: {{{eth0}}} through {{{eth3}}}.  {{{eth0}}} is a control interface and is not available to the experimenter.  All six compute resources advertised by this aggregate are identical.  You can therefore use this aggregate to create experiment topologies with up to six nodes and up to three links per node.
     123The output of the command is the ''advertisement Rspec'' from the GENI-in-a-Box aggregate.  You'll see the aggregate advertises six compute resources.   Only two are shown here for readability reasons but you will find the complete advertisement rspec [attachment:gib-advert.rspec here].  Look at the description of the first resource in the spec.   This compute resources is an openVZ container running Fedora 15 image (or an Ubuntu 10 image if you are using the Ubuntu flavor of GENI-in-a-Box).  The  resource has four network interfaces: {{{eth0}}} through {{{eth3}}}.  {{{eth0}}} is a control interface and is not available to the experimenter.  All six compute resources advertised by this aggregate are identical.  You can therefore use this aggregate to create experiment topologies with up to six nodes and up to three links per node.
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    1251254. We are now ready to run an experiment using these resources.  We'll start with a very simple experiment that consists of two hosts connected to one another by a single link.   When the hosts come up they execute an experimenter specified script that:
     
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    1421433. Now, let's find out the GENI AM API version and GENI Rspecs version supported by this aggregate using the command {{{omni.py -a http://geni-in-a-box.net:8001 get version}}}: