Changes between Version 65 and Version 66 of Documentation/CGettingStarted


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    99 1. Create reservation: before you can access the testebed,you need to [http://www.orbit-lab.org/scheduler/ make a reservation] and get it approved by the  [wiki:Documentation/Scheduler reservation service]. First time users are '''highly''' encouraged to reserve time on a sandbox instead of the main grid, and start with this built-in [wiki:/Tutorials/HelloWorld Hello World] experiment. For the rest of this tutorial we will assume that user reserved sb1.
    10  2. After you receive the confirmation email, you can access the reserved domain by ssh to the corresponding domain console. [[CollapsibleStart(Login into reserved domain)]][[Include(Documentation/Short/Login)]][[CollapsibleEnd]]
     10 2. Access the domain: [[CollapsibleStart(Login into reserved domain)]][[Include(Documentation/Short/Login)]][[CollapsibleEnd]] After you receive the confirmation email, you can access the reserved domain by ssh to the corresponding domain console.
    1111{{{
    1212  ssh username@sb1.orbit-lab.org
    1313}}}
    14  3. Load the baseline.ndz image on the nodes in reserved domain. [[CollapsibleStart(Load an image on the nodes)]] [[Include(Documentation/Short/LoadImage)]][[CollapsibleEnd]] Prior to executing the "Hello World" experiment, users need to install an image on the hard disks of the nodes. For this tutorial we will use '''baseline.ndz'''. This image is built on top of '''Ubuntu 12.04''', and is pre-configured with the proper modules and start up scripts to take advantage of the rest of the Orbit [wiki:/Software software] / [wiki:/Hardware hardware]. The imageing process will turn the nodes back off after completing imageing. At this point the nodes disks are imaged with the ''basline'' image and need to be turned back on before proceeding.
     14 3. Load the images: [[CollapsibleStart(Load an image on the nodes)]] [[Include(Documentation/Short/LoadImage)]][[CollapsibleEnd]] Prior to executing the "Hello World" experiment, users need to install an image on the hard disks of the nodes. For this tutorial we will use '''baseline.ndz'''. This image is built on top of '''Ubuntu 12.04''', and is pre-configured with the proper modules and start up scripts to take advantage of the rest of the Orbit [wiki:/Software software] / [wiki:/Hardware hardware]. The imageing process will turn the nodes back off after completing imageing. At this point the nodes disks are imaged with the ''basline'' image and need to be turned back on before proceeding.
    1515{{{
    1616  username@sb1.orbit-lab.org:~$ omf tell -a offh -t all
     
    2121}}}
    2222Give the nodes a couple of minutes to turn on / boot, then check their status with omf stat
    23  4. Run the experiment: execute your "Hello World" experiment.[[CollapsibleStart(Execute experiment with omf)]][[Include(Software/cOMF/aExec)]][[CollapsibleEnd]]
     23 4. Run the experiment: [[CollapsibleStart(Execute experiment with omf)]][[Include(Software/cOMF/aExec)]][[CollapsibleEnd]] Execute "Hello World" experiment. This is a simple wireless experiment that establishes !WiFi the link between two nodes and transfer data for 60 seconds.
    2424{{{
    2525username@console.sb1:~$ omf exec test:exp:tutorial:hello-world-wireless