Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of PlasticSlices/Continuation/Standing004


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Timestamp:
08/21/13 10:54:39 (6 years ago)
Author:
Josh Smift
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  • PlasticSlices/Continuation/Standing004

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    55This is the fourth of a series of standing runs, of indefinite length, for as long as the composition of the slices remained consistent. We're thus no longer writing up results or comments on this page; we expect to create some visualization tools for the raw log data, but haven't yet. (Or switch to using some real I&M tools, at some point.)
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    7 The hostpair tables below use SSH aliases (from my ~/.ssh/config file); there are SSH config fragments defining those aliases, is in the log directory below. (Four of them this time, because the FIU and Houston VMs had to be re-created periodically, due to short-notice outages which destroyed all slivers at those sites, or slivers expiring without warning.)
     7The hostpair tables below use SSH aliases (from my ~/.ssh/config file); there are SSH config fragments defining those aliases in the log directory below. (Four of them this time, because the FIU and Houston VMs had to be re-created periodically, due to short-notice outages which destroyed all slivers at those sites, or slivers expiring without warning.)
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    99The files are:
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    11  * .ssh_config_1 for the aliases from before July 16th
    12  * .ssh_config_2 for the aliases between July 16th - 19th
    13  * .ssh_config_3 for the aliases from July 23rd - August 12th
    14  * .ssh_config_4 for the aliases from August 12th on
     11 * 00ssh_config_1 for the aliases from before July 16th
     12 * 00ssh_config_2 for the aliases between July 16th - 19th
     13 * 00ssh_config_3 for the aliases from July 23rd - August 12th
     14 * 00ssh_config_4 for the aliases from August 12th - August 21st
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    1616Also, the experiment logs from those VMs were lost when the slivers were destroyed, so the log directory has some gaps.
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    18 This run uses Zoing to manage the experments; it launches hour-long runs out of cron, logging each experiment to a separate file.
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    20 The raw logs are at http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/plastic-slices/continuation/standing-004/, and run from 2013-07-05 through the present.
     18This run used Zoing to manage the experiments, which launches hour-long runs out of cron, logging each experiment to a separate file.
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     20The raw logs are at http://www.gpolab.bbn.com/plastic-slices/continuation/standing-004/, and run from 2013-07-05 through 2013-08-21.
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    2222Everything below this point was automatically generated by the script that manages the other aspects of the slice configuration.