Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of orca-pequod

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  • orca-pequod

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    99== Configuring pequod == 
     11Start pequod and it will print out the template of the configuration file that must be created in $HOME/.pequod/properties: 
     15# User editable settings 
     18# comma-separated list of urls of containers you wish to control 
     21# User name and password on those containers 
    1127== Running pequod == 
     29Starting pequod is done by  
     31$ cd /wherever/you/unzipped/pequod 
     32$ sh bin/pequod 
     35You will see 
     38Pequod Orca Shell (c) 2012 RENCI/UNC Chapel Hill  
     39Pequod supports history and command auto-completion. 
     40Available commands: 
     41  help: Returns help for individual commands 
     42  file: File-related commands 
     43  set: Modify internal set variables 
     44  show: Show the state of things 
     45  manage: Manage actor state 
     46  history: show command history (!<command index> invokes the command) 
     47  exit: Exit from the shell (Ctrl-D or Ctrl-C also works) 
     48Type the entire command, or enter the first word of the command to enter subcommand with intelligent auto-completion (Using TAB). 
     52At this point you can type in commands or enter into one of subcommands listed above, which will support auto-completion of some of the more common options.  
     54Brief list of Pequod capabilities: 
     56 * Extensive inspection capability ('''show''' command) 
     57 * Shell auto-completion and history (include !<number> command recall) 
     58 * Ability to execute script files ('''file''' command) 
     59 * Ability to manipulate resource delevations ('''manage''' command) 
     60 * Internal registers (single and multi-value lists) ('''set''' command) 
     61    * You can set current actor, slice or reservation and use the word 'current' in many of other show and manage commands which require the corresponding actor, slice or reservation parameter 
     62 * Extensive help ('''help''' command) 
     63    * Use 'help <subcommand>' to learn more about each