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This page contains instructions for GENI experimenters describing how to use GIMI on a GENI WiMAX aggregate. If you are a site administrator looking for instructions on how to add GIMI functionality to your site, please see the setup instructions.
GIMI provides I&M services for experimenters. Running a GIMI-enabled experiment involves three components:
- Instrument an experiment with OML
- Execute an experiment with OMF
- Archive experiment measurements to iRODS
The steps required to instrument an experiment with OML are already well documented as well. Use these links to find out how to
- Instrument an application that is written in C/C++, Ruby, or Python or
- Write a wrapper for an application written in another language, or one whose source code is not available
- Create an application definition for your application
Similarly, there is a already a great deal of documentation on using OMF on a WiMAX testbed. Refer to this self-guided tutorial for further details.
GIMI uses the iRODS data grid for archiving and further processing. The rest of this page describes how to get an iRODS account and then use it to archive experiment results gathered on a WiMAX testbed to iRODS.