Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of OpenFlow/FOAM


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01/12/12 16:38:03 (8 years ago)
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Josh Smift
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    77!OpenFlow aggregates in GENI are currently in the process of migrating to FOAM from Expedient.
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    9 https://openflow.stanford.edu/display/DOCS/FAQ has more information, including common error messages (for both experimenters and admins).
     9https://openflow.stanford.edu/display/FOAM/FAQ has more information, including common error messages (for both experimenters and admins).
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    1111= Info for experimenters =
     
    7272== Switching from Expedient to FOAM ==
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    74 https://openflow.stanford.edu/display/DOCS/Install+Guide is the official FOAM installation guide, and following those steps will generally work. Before you get started, here are some specific notes for mesoscale campuses who are migrating from Expedient.
     74https://openflow.stanford.edu/display/FOAM/Install+Guide is the official FOAM installation guide, and following those steps will generally work. Before you get started, here are some specific notes for mesoscale campuses who are migrating from Expedient.
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    7676As an overview, this will involve:
     
    118118== Managing FOAM slivers ==
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    120 https://openflow.stanford.edu/display/DOCS/foamctl+Guide is the official guide to foamctl, and describes in detail everything that it can do. Here are some specific commands that we've found useful for performing common tasks.
     120https://openflow.stanford.edu/display/FOAM/foamctl+Guide is the official guide to foamctl, and describes in detail everything that it can do. Here are some specific commands that we've found useful for performing common tasks.
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    122122These commands all assume that you're running them on the FOAM server, and that you have a file /opt/foam/etc/foampasswd, containing the FOAM admin password.