Changes between Version 85 and Version 86 of flukes

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05/28/13 16:59:04 (6 years ago)
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ibaldin (IP: 152.54.9.21)
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    v85 v86  
    105105Two node types are possible - plain node (a VM with either a default image or an image specified by the user) or a node group. A node group is a set of nodes with common attributes (e.g. size, boot image, post boot script, binding). A node group can be connected to other node groups or individual nodes over a Layer 2 connection (e.g. a VLAN). Nodes within a node group that has a connection to another node or node group will be put on the same vlan. 
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    107 Similar parameters can be specified for nodes and node groups. For node groups, the number of nodes should be specified. The IP address specified for the node group is the address to be assigned to the '''first node''' in the node group, with other addresses sequentially selected from the same address set  limited by the netmask. E.g. if there are 3 nodes in a cluster and a user specifies 172.16.1.10/16 then the first node will have 172.16.1.10/16, second 172.16.1.11/16 etc. 
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    109 Included is the functionality to automatically assign IP addresses to interfaces in a slice. There is an 'Auto-IP' button in the request view that accomplishes this. It works across single nodes and groups, point-to-point and broadcast links. 
     107Similar parameters can be specified for nodes and node groups. For node groups, the number of nodes should be specified. The IP address specified for the node group is the address to be assigned to the '''first node''' in the node group, with other addresses incrementally selected from the same address set  limited by the netmask. E.g. if there are 3 nodes in a cluster and a user specifies 172.16.1.10/16 then the first node will have 172.16.1.10/16, second 172.16.1.11/16 and so on. 
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     109Flukes includes the functionality to automatically assign IP addresses to interfaces in a slice. There is an 'Auto-IP' button in the request view that accomplishes this. It works across single nodes and groups, point-to-point and broadcast links. IP addresses can also be specified manually in the 'Properties' window of individual nodes. 
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    111111=== Logging into nodes ===