Changes between Version 86 and Version 87 of flukes

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05/28/13 17:18:58 (6 years ago)
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ibaldin (IP: 152.54.9.21)
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    v86 v87  
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    211211There are several graph layouts available from a pull-down menu in Flukes. When a graph is saved in NDL-OWL, its layout is not preserved, so this feature is provided as a convenience. After loading a graph a user can experiment with different layouts to find the most convenient one. 
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     213=== iRods support === 
     214 
     215Flukes support Loading/Saving slice requests and manifests in iRods datagrids. This feature relies on the installation of iRods 'iCommands' executables on the same host that is running Flukes. The commands must be properly configured and runnable before the Flukes iRods features can be used. There are several Flukes properties that govern how the requests and manifests are saved in iRods. Note that by default iRods support is disabled. 
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     217{{{ 
     218enable.irods=true   
     219irods.format=ndl    
     220irods.icommands.path=/usr/bin     
     221irods.manifest.template=experiment/${slice.name}/manifest-${date}.${irods.format} 
     222irods.request.template=experiment/${slice.name}/request-${date}.${irods.format} 
     223}}} 
     224 
     225User must set 'enable.irods' to true to enable the iRods support in Flukes. The remainder of the properties determines what format is used to save requests and manifests ('ndl' or 'rspec'; note that it is not possible to load 'rspec' into Flukes, as conversion from native NDL to GENI RSpec is one way). The location of iCommands is determined by 'irods.icommands.path' and the naming templates for requests and manifests are determined by 'irods.request.template' and 'irods.manifest.template' properties, respectively. The fields like 'slice.name', 'date' and 'irods.format' can be substituted. 
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    213227== User authorization ==