Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of FeddPluginArchitecture


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Timestamp:
Dec 4, 2010 5:22:00 PM (9 years ago)
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mikeryan
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fix links to source

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  • FeddPluginArchitecture

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    2020  Release the fedid-bound allocation.  At this point a testbed may reclaim any local resources bound to that allocation outside the experiment resources.
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    22 These are encoded as the '''!RequestAccess''', '''!ReleaseAccess''', '''!StartSegment''', and '''!TerminateSegment''' operations in the [source:wsdl/trunk/fedd.wsdl web service interface.]
     22These are encoded as the '''!RequestAccess''', '''!ReleaseAccess''', '''!StartSegment''', and '''!TerminateSegment''' operations in the [source:wsdl/fedd.wsdl web service interface.]
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    2424In the future we will be expanding these operations to include support for more informantion and manipulation of federated experiments, inclucing manipulating nodes in an experiment and changing experiment topology.
     
    2828The two keys to an effective interface for local resource allocation guided by the global event controller are a representation of credentials and authorization and a representation of the resources being requested.  This section deals with the resource description for sub-experiments at differing levels of abstraction depending on the testbed.
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    30 We introduce topdl (topology description language) as the language for topology description.  An [source:wsdl/trunk/topdl.xsd XSD representation] and [source:fedd/trunk/federation/topdl.py sample manipulation library] are available from the source tree.  The goal of the language is to represent experimental topologies at sufficient detail so that local testbeds can allocate resource configured appropriately for the experiment.
     30We introduce topdl (topology description language) as the language for topology description.  An [source:wsdl/topdl.xsd XSD representation] and [source:fedd/federation/topdl.py sample manipulation library] are available from the source tree.  The goal of the language is to represent experimental topologies at sufficient detail so that local testbeds can allocate resource configured appropriately for the experiment.
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    3232There are two primitives in topdl: