Changes between Version 22 and Version 23 of TIEDClearinghouse


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08/20/09 13:09:29 (10 years ago)
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faber@isi.edu
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  • TIEDClearinghouse

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    117117We focus on SEER, DETER's agent-based experiment management system.  Without modification SEER presents a diverse set of agents that can configure nodes, send traffic (both benign and malevolent), and collect data.  In addition, real-time data can be collected graphically.  The following short tour gives an idea how to use SEER and shows some of its potential.  More complete [http://seer.isi.deterlab.net documentation of SEER] (including video demonstrations) is available.  There are a lot of screenshots here to make things easy, but SEER is fairly intuitive to use.
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    119 Once an slice is created that includes the SEER code - the [http://seer.isi.deterlab.net/trac/wiki/HOWTO/Setup SEER HOWTO] explains the commands one must include in the experiment configuration language one must make to include the SEER base system - the SEER front end can be used.  One can start the front end using the [http://seer.isi.deterlab.net/gui/SEER-GUI-1.5b3.jnlp webstart link] on the SEER page.  Alternatively one can download the source from there and compile and run SEER locally, though we don't recommend it.
     119Once an slice is created that includes the SEER code - the [http://seer.isi.deterlab.net/trac/wiki/HOWTO/Setup SEER HOWTO] explains the commands one must include in the experiment configuration language one must make to include the SEER base system - the SEER front end can be used.  One can start the front end using the [http://seer.isi.deterlab.net/webstart/15b3.jnlp webstart link] on the SEER page.  Alternatively one can download the source from there and compile and run SEER locally, though we don't recommend it.
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    121121As a quick tour of SEER's capabilities, we show a 3-node slice, split across two aggregates, controlled by SEER.  This is the TIED/one experiment listed on [https://www.isi.deterlab.net/fedd_list.php3 the slice listing page].  The control node is a node dedicated to letting SEER see the whole slice, even though parts of it are remotely allocated.  In TIED, control nodes are best allocated inside the DETER testbed.