Changes between Version 34 and Version 35 of LAMP/Tutorial


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09/27/10 16:03:58 (9 years ago)
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fernande@cis.udel.edu
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    3939Nodes booting the LAMP disk image will have all the LAMP services available, but only the topology-based configuration service (pSConfig) will be running by default. This isn't very useful for the experimenter as not even the LAMP Portal will be accessible (remember that you have to specify in which node(s) the portal will be enabled). To make the process simpler to the user, an initial configuration for the slice can be specified on a LAMP extension to the RSpec. Let's see our tutorial's RSpec and go through the different elements to understand how this configuration can be specified. For this Quick Start guide we will use a very simple topology: two nodes will be connected through a link with 100ms latency and 0.05 loss, and a third node with no interfaces (only the control plane interface) will lodge the LAMP Portal (and eventually store host monitoring data). This is our RSpec:
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     41[[Color(white, red,We've learned since doing this tutorial that delay nodes are not yet supported by ProtoGENI Component Managers. The latency and packet_loss parameters on the following RSpec will be ignored (as we will verify later in the tutorial))]]
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