Changes between Version 80 and Version 81 of flukes

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03/11/13 10:48:21 (6 years ago)
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ibaldin (IP: 152.54.9.21)
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    103103Flukes offers a convenient option to login to the provisioned slivers. By default it tries to use ~/.ssh/id_dsa private key and ~/.ssh/id_dsa.pub public key if the user has them. These settings can be overridden by setting ssh.key and ssh.pubkey properties in ~/.flukes.properties. Also the experimenter can override the application used to provide terminal capabilities (xterm, by default) and the options passed to SSH client. Again, the default settings can be seen in 'Help | Preferences' window and can be overridden in ~/.flukes.properties. 
    104104 
     105=== Post Boot Scripts and templates  === 
     106 
     107Flukes allows a post boot script to be associated with each node or node group.  Post boot scripts are the preferred way to create customized instances from a shared image.  Specifically, a post boot script can contain an arbitrary script that is a executed immediately after the instance has booted.    
     108 
     109Simple example: 
     110 
     111{{{ 
     112echo "Hello from post boot script" 
     113apt-get install my-favorite-app 
     114echo node1 > /etc/hostname 
     115}}} 
     116 
     117For added convenience, the post boot scripts can be templated for substitution of parameters like node, link names, ip addresses etc and processed by Orca's Velocity template engine. Read [wiki:velocity-templates more here] on how to create boot-script templates. 
     118 
    105119=== Links === 
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    171185 * Delete nodes from a previously created node group 
    172186   * In Manifest View, right-click on the node that is part of a node group and select 'Delete Node ....' option. The node will disappear from view '''however''' it is not yet deleted. You must click on 'Commit Modify Actions' button, followed by 'OK'. You will see some debugging output. Refreshing the manifest (by clicking 'Query for Manifest') should display the new slice. Multiple nodes can be deleted as part of the same operation. 
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    174 === Post Boot Scripts and templates  === 
    175  
    176 Flukes allows a post boot script to be associated with each node or node group.  Post boot scripts are the preferred way to create customized instances from a shared image.  Specifically, a post boot script can contain an arbitrary script that is a executed immediately after the instance has booted.    
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    178 Simple example: 
    179  
    180 {{{ 
    181 echo "Hello from post boot script" 
    182 apt-get install my-favorite-app 
    183 echo node1 > /etc/hostname 
    184 }}} 
    185  
    186 For added convenience, the post boot scripts can be templated and processed by Orca's Velocity template engine. Read [wiki:velocity-templates more here] on how to create boot-script templates. 
    187187 
    188188=== !OpenFlow ===