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This 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 user instructions.
A GENI site is considered GIMI-enabled if a user can, without an unreasonable expenditure of effort, use the site to:
- Execute an experiment with OMF
- Instrument an experiment with OML
- Archive experiment measurements to iRODS
The 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 here.
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
This document primarily describes how to provide tools for users to archive an experiment to iRODS. This consists of three parts:
- Installing the extra
- Setting up iRODS accounts for users
- Installing the iRODS web frontend (optional)