Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of PluggingIn


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Jun 17, 2012 5:18:30 PM (7 years ago)
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faber
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  • PluggingIn

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    11Benito has been designed from the ground up to support multiple virtualization platforms. The interface for plugging  new virtualization platform into Benito is described here.
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    3 It is useful to refer to BenitoPipeline, as this document will refer to various points in the pipeline where your scripts must be called.
     3It is useful to refer to [wiki:Pipeline], as this document will refer to various points in the pipeline where your scripts must be called.
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    55== Networking ==
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    7 All networking internal to Benito is done using [http://vde.sourceforge.net/ VDE] (Virtual Distributed Ethernet). If your virtualization platform natively supports VDE, your life is relatively easy. If not, plugging in should still be possible.
     7All networking internal to a containerized experiment is done using [http://vde.sourceforge.net/ VDE] (Virtual Distributed Ethernet). If your virtualization platform natively supports VDE, your life is relatively easy. If not, plugging in should still be possible.
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    99Networking configuration can be found in the following places:
     
    4242=== Routes ===
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    44 Route information is in {{{/var/benito/config/route/$HOSTNAME}}}. Benito provides a script for automatically setting up routes:
     44Route information is in {{{/var/benito/config/route/$HOSTNAME}}}. We provide a script for automatically setting up routes:
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    4646{{{