Changes between Version 15 and Version 16 of GiB-gettingStarted


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09/28/12 18:21:28 (7 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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    8 === Installing GENI-in-a-Box ===
     8=== Install GENI-in-a-Box ===
    99''Please make sure you have [https://www.virtualbox.org VirtualBox] Version 4.1.16 or later installed on your computer.''
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    18 === Getting Started ===
     18=== Get Started with a Simple Experiment ===
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    20201. You will be automatically logged into the GENI-in-a-Box virtual machine when it starts up.   Open up a terminal window by clicking on the icon for a terminal on top of the screen.
     
    135135example-scripts      install-example.rspec  out.log        three-nodes-lan.rspec
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    137 We'll use the spec file called two-nodes-iperf.rspec.  You can view it here or inside the VM.  This rspec requests two nodes called left and right, each of which has one network interface called left:if0 on node left and right:if0 on node right.  The {{{<install>}}} element in the rspec asks the aggregate to download a  script at the specified URL, uncompress and untar it,  and save it in the /local directory.  The <execute> element asks the aggregate to execute the specified script when the hosts come up.  In this case the script to be executed is the one that was installed in /local.
     137We'll use the spec file called two-nodes-iperf.rspec.  You can view it [attachment:two-nodes-iperf.rspec here] or inside the VM.  This rspec requests two nodes called left and right, each of which has one network interface called left:if0 on node left and right:if0 on node right.  The {{{<install>}}} element in the rspec asks the aggregate to download a [attachment:iperf-execute-script.sh script] from the specified URL, uncompress and untar it,  and save it in the /local directory.  The <execute> element asks the aggregate to execute the specified script when the hosts come up.  In this case the script to be executed is the one that was installed in /local.
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