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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of dSite/gGIMISetup


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     1This page contains instructions for WiMAX site administrators that describe how to GIMI-enable a WiMAX site. If you are looking for instructions on how to use GIMI functionality on a WiMAX site, please see the [wiki:WiMAX/GIMIUse user instructions].
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     4== Overview ==
     5A GENI site is considered GIMI-enabled if a user can, without an unreasonable expenditure of effort, use the site to:
     6 * Execute an experiment with OMF
     7 * Instrument an experiment with OML
     8 * Archive experiment measurements to iRODS
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     11The steps required to set up OMF have already been described extensively on this wiki and at [https://www.mytestbed.net/projects/omf/wiki/Installation], so they will not be covered here. Similarly, the steps required to install an OML server are described [https://mytestbed.net/projects/2/wiki/Installing_OML_packages#Installing-and-configuring-the-OML-Server-package here].
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     14The steps required to instrument an experiment with OML are already well documented as well. Use these links to find out how to
     15 * Instrument an application that is written in [http://mytestbed.net/projects/oml/wiki/Client_Programming C/C++], [http://rubydoc.info/gems/oml4r/ Ruby], or [http://pypi.python.org/pypi/oml4py/ Python] or
     16 * [http://mytestbed.net/projects/omf/wiki/OMLWrapperHowTo Write a wrapper] for an application written in another language, or one whose source code is not available
     17 * Create an [https://mytestbed.net/projects/omf/wiki/BasicTutorialStage3-5-3 application definition] for your application
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     20This document primarily describes how to provide tools for users to archive an experiment to iRODS. This consists of three parts:
     21 * Installing {{{icommands}}}
     22 * Installing the extra {{{iarchive script}}}
     23 * Setting up iRODS accounts for users
     24 * Installing the iRODS web frontend (optional)