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Jack Hong | 25 Mar 01:49 2014
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Fwd: Re: EC, RC and OML connexion

Julien, hope you don't mind me sharing this back to the list.

Cheers,

Jack


-------- Original Message -------- Subject: Date: From: Organization: To:
Re: EC, RC and OML connexion
Mon, 24 Mar 2014 11:23:01 +0100
Julien Lefeuvre <julien.lefeuvre-MZpvjPyXg2s@public.gmane.org>
Inria
Jack Cuili Hong <Jack.Hong-3w/jM7ZMsnj0CCvOHzKKcA@public.gmane.org>


-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi Jack, Thanks for your answer, I forgot to detail that before i first tried to pass '--oml-uri' option to EC with a single OML server on the RC side, and was getting no OML entries at all, i only added an OML server on the EC side to check how "localhost" was being resolved during the experiment. Anyway, by extending the snippet you sent me last friday, i should be able to redirect everything to the RC OML server from the demo script i am preparing for our users. Thanks again for your help, Kind regards, Julien On 21/03/2014 23:51, Jack Cuili Hong wrote: > Hi Julien, > > I started to realise what is going on here. > > Basically, when you pass '--oml-uri' option to EC, it does just one > thing: take the value and construct a message containing such, and > send to RC, and let RC to resolve the address. Actually, the very > latest version of EC does one more: on the EC side, it uses the > same oml-uri value to write metadata(pid, experiments properties, > experiment status) and EC logs into the OML server too. > > In your setup, you have OML servers on both sides, and all could be > addressed as 'localhost', that basically means metadata would end > up in 'localhost' on the EC side OML server, and measurement would > go to 'localhost' on the RC side OML server. In test1, this should > be the case, and in test2, since you only apply oml-uri in the app > definition, then only RC side OML server could have data. > > Now normally we only set up OML server at a single location, and > uses the same (accessible to both EC & RC) URL (srv.mytestbed.net > e.g.) to address it. (IP addr might do too), at the end of the day, > all data should go to one place. In short, --oml-uri is the correct > way (preferred way) to instruct measurement, for both metadata of > EC, and all applications. > > Regards, > > Jack ________________________________________ From: Julien Lefeuvre > [julien.lefeuvre-MZpvjPyXg2s@public.gmane.org] Sent: Tuesday, 18 March 2014 9:29 PM To: > Jack Cuili Hong Subject: Re: EC, RC and OML connexion > > Hi Jack, > > Thanks again for the fast answer. > > On 18/03/2014 05:51, Jack Hong wrote: >> On Tue 18 Mar 2014 04:29:29 EST, Julien Lefeuvre wrote: > (snip) >> Is there another option i would have missed in omf_ec that would >> allow me to still define measurements in the OEDL script but >> push those measurements directly from the RC to the OML server ? >>> > >> could you clarify this please? > >> "that way, my-oml-server.td is resolved by compute-1 and >> measurement are send directly to the OML server, without going >> through the XMPP server." because measurement data are always >> sending to OML server directly, and XMPP or messaging in general >> are not involved in this process. > > Sorry that my first explanation was not clear enough. > > Please found attached an xml file for a diagram you may open at > draw.io : https://www.draw.io > > I will use the same names in the diagram and in the > scripts/commands. > > I tested two OEDL script test1.rb and test2.rb (simple variations > of the ping tutorial) > > #################test1.rb####################### > defApplication('ping_oml2') do |app| app.description = 'Simple > Definition for the ping-oml2 application' app.binary_path = > '/usr/local/bin/ping-oml2' app.defProperty('target', 'Address to > ping', '-a', {:type => :string}) app.defProperty('count', 'Number > of times to ping', '-c', {:type => :integer}) > app.defMeasurement('ping') do |m| m.defMetric('dest_addr',:string) > m.defMetric('ttl',:uint32) m.defMetric('rtt',:double) > m.defMetric('rtt_unit',:string) end end > > defGroup('Sender', 'BonfireCompute') do |g| > g.addApplication("ping_oml2") do |app| app.setProperty('target', > 'www.google.fr') app.setProperty('count', 3) app.measure('ping', > :samples => 1) end end > > onEvent(:ALL_UP_AND_INSTALLED) do |event| info "This is my first > OMF experiment" allGroups.startApplications wait 5 > allGroups.stopApplications Experiment.done end > ################################################ > > #################test2.rb####################### > defApplication('ping_oml2') do |app| app.description = 'Simple > Definition for the ping-oml2 application' app.binary_path = > '/usr/local/bin/ping-oml2' app.defProperty('target', 'Address to > ping', '-a', {:type => :string}) app.defProperty('count', 'Number > of times to ping', '-c', {:type => :integer}) > app.defProperty('omlcollect', 'OML server uri', '--oml-collect', > {:type => :string}) app.defProperty('omldomain', 'OML domain', > '--oml-domain', {:type => :string}) end > > defGroup('Sender', 'BonfireCompute') do |g| > g.addApplication("ping_oml2") do |app| app.setProperty('target', > 'www.google.fr') app.setProperty('count', 3) > app.setProperty('omlcollect', 'tcp:localhost:3003') > app.setProperty('omldomain', 'yetanotherpingtest') > > end end > > onEvent(:ALL_UP_AND_INSTALLED) do |event| info "This is my first > OMF experiment" allGroups.startApplications wait 5 > allGroups.stopApplications Experiment.done end > ################################################ > > > Working on MyLaptop, if i launch the following command: > > omf_ec -u xmpp://XmppPubsub exec --oml_uri tcp:localhost:3003 > test1.rb > > The measurements will be filled in the KVM_VM OML server (so i > inferred the measurements went through the Xmpp server, and that > is what i described as a not direct connexion from omf_rc to the > oml server). > > If i launch this second command: > > omf_ec -u xmpp://XmppPubsub exec test2.rb > > The measurements are filled in the BonfireCompute OML server, here > "localhost" is resolved on the machine running the omf_rc and this > is what i described as a direct connexion in my precedent email. > > The second behavior is the one i am interested in, and i was > wondering if there was an omf_ec option that would allow me to keep > defining measurements in OEDL (app.defMeasurement('ping') do |m| > ...) as in test1.rb while collecting those measurement on the OML > server running on BonfireCompute, MyLaptop (running omf_ec) and > BonfireCompute being on two separate networks. > > I hope i am clearer this time, don't hesitate to ask for more > details though. > > I can definitely used the second solution, but i believed this > would make OEDL scripts too "BonFIRE specific", and would hurt OEDL > script sharing between users ... but i am probably nitpicking. > > Thanks again for your fast answer, > > Kind regards, > > Julien > > > ________________________________ > > The information in this e-mail may be confidential and subject to > legal professional privilege and/or copyright. 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Labwiki is running at our testbed

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support!!

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Julien Lefeuvre | 18 Mar 10:25 2014
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Re: launching an omf experiment from a ruby script


Hi Jack,

Thanks for the fast reply, please find my answers inline.

On 18/03/2014 05:45, Jack Hong wrote:
> On Tue 18 Mar 2014 04:30:53 EST, Julien Lefeuvre wrote: As part of
> documenting OMF/OML availability on some testbeds to the
(snip)
> users, i am preparing a sample experiment that basically does the 
> following:
> 
> 1- preparation and provisioning of various resources using rest 
> interfaces from a ruby script that will also collect the
> dynamically assigned connexion parameters of the resources.
> 
> 2- launch an OEDL experiment with omf_ec (with oml monitoring) from
> bash.
> 
> 3- gather results and analyze them in a ruby script.
> 
> As omf_ec is written in ruby, i looked into regrouping all 3 steps 
> into one single ruby script, passing an OEDL ruby block in step 2.
(snip)

> Hopefully I understand your requirements right. What you could do
> is treat omf_ec as an external program, and in your ruby script,
> simply build the command line based on the output of step1;
> 
> then execute the command line in one of the standard ruby ways
> (depends on your requirements of how to handle stdout etc. you can
> use e.g. backtick, or popen3);

Yes that is a third option, i see opening a shell with popen* to be
similar to do everything in bash, mainly because it require the final
user to properly set up his environment, a library is easier to bundle
if needed.

I was just wondering if there was a function or class that I could use
after a "require 'omf_ec'" that would enable me to launch an
experiment without reimplementing most of omf_ec/bin/omf_ec in my
script, as i would have preferred calling a library than launching an
external program.

> and regarding getting result in step 3, i am not sure whether you
> are referring to omf_ec's stdout, or actual data from OML db.
> stdout would be handled in step2 (e.g. popen3 can monitor stdout),
> if you are trying to get the actual db, you can use ruby library
> like 'sequel' to open db connections directly.

For step 3, when speaking about results, i was mostly considering OML
db results and other data from step 1. Thanks for the pointers to
sequel, i have been using DataMapper so far in ruby but i am still
searching for a ruby equivalent of python's sqlalchemy.

> additionally, not sure if you are aware of 'Labwiki', an app web
> we built around omf_ec, it can be used to run experiments and  has
> the capability to visualising live OML data. here is the link if
> you are interested. https://github.com/mytestbed/labwiki

Yes, i had a look at labwiki, but as provisioning of resources is not
done through OMF on the testbed i am preparing this sample usecase
for, i thought that integrating step 1 might require much more coding
effort, and my aim is to show how users can integrate OMF in their
existing experiment workflow (the testbed in question alreqdy have a
full stack of control and measurement tool, OMF was recently added as
an alternative for control and measurement, but not for provisioning,
yet) ... i will definitely have a second look at labwiki when
considering extending step 3.

Thanks again for your answers,
Kind regards,

Julien

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Max Ott | 24 Mar 02:15 2014
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Re: EC, RC and OML connexion

Hi Julien,

Sorry for the delay, but I was traveling.

I'm not sure I fully understand your question, though. Tell me if I'm
wrong, but it appears that the machine you run the EC (compute-0) has
issues with contacting the OML server, while the machine you run your
experiment on (compute-1) has no problems.

If that is correct, than we would need to find a way to start the EC
without it using OML itself. The EC is currently using OML to report
on internal stats (monitoring itself) and in more recent versions it
also uses OML to store all logging information. None of these are
critical to run your experiment and it should work without.

Having said that, I'm not familiar with the EC's config file settings
anymore and I will need to rely on others (Jack, Thierry ?) to jump in
and clarify that.

One more thing, no OML measurements are being sent through XMPP, OML
is using it's own direct TCP connections for more efficient
measurement collection.

Cheers,
-max

On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 1:29 PM, Julien Lefeuvre
<julien.lefeuvre@...> wrote:
> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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>
> Hi all,
>
> When executing an OEDL script containing defined application
> measurements with the following command on compute-0 (while compute-1
> runs an omf_rc) :
>
> omf_ec -u xmpp://my-xmpp-server.td exec --oml_uri
> tcp:my-oml-server.td:3003 OEDL_script_v1.rb
>
> In this example my-oml-server.td needs to be resolved (and accessed
> directly) by compute-0.
>
> in the case of my-oml-server.td being accessible directly from
> compute-0, but requiring to go through a ssh gateway to connect from
> compute-0, i can still collect the measurement, but i need to remove
> them from the OEDL script, and directly add the oml uri and domain as
> application properties, that way, my-oml-server.td is resolved by
> compute-1 and measurement are send directly to the OML server, without
> going through the XMPP server.
>
> In this case the command used on compute1 is:
> omf_ec -u xmpp://my-xmpp-server.td exec OEDL_script_v2.rb
>
> Is there another option i would have missed in omf_ec that would allow
> me to still define measurements in the OEDL script but push those
> measurements directly from the RC to the OML server ?
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Julien
>
> - --
> Julien Lefeuvre - Ingénieur Recherche & Développement
> Centre de recherche INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique, France
> Equipe Myriads, bureau E218, niveau vert, tel +33 2 99 84 73 78
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Pieter Becue | 18 Mar 13:45 2014
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Re: OMF6 RC installation

Hi Thierry, Max,

thanks for your fast answers. Your solution works indeed for some distributions.

On Ubuntu12.04 it works perfectly. On debian6 it fails because I can't seem to find ruby1.9.3 in the repos (which is required when installing the omf_rc gem). I tried with 1.9.2, but then the gem install commands fails.

Anyway, your proposed solution should work for the more or less recent distributions.

Thanks for the help.

Best regards,
Pieter

On 3/18/2014 4:47 AM, Max Ott wrote:
Pieter,

I do understand your concern. I'm also always get impatient when I install an RC. One of the culprits for the long install time is the XML library for ruby we are using.

We need to check if we could capture an RC install on one target install (OS, distribution) and then simply download a tar file.

One other problem is the ruby install itself. Sometime back most distributions didn't have a proper ruby1.9 package. That clearly changed now and using that instead of the RVM does make things a lot easier as well.

Anyway, we'll have a look at that.

Cheers,
-max



On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 11:54 AM, Thierry Rakotoarivelo <thierry.rakotoarivelo-3w/jM7ZMsnj0CCvOHzKKcA@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hi Pieter,

You can install the RC without RVM, i.e. you install a system ruby from your distro’s available packages (e.g. apt-get install ruby1.9.3 rugybems …). This will save the time related to the install of RVM and the compilation of Ruby on the node, which as far as I remember is what takes most of the time.

However, the RC still depends on gems from other parties, which I think are only available through rubygems. So you will still need to install the RC by "gem install omf_rc --no-ri --no-rdoc” which will pulls out all the required gem dependencies.

Regards,
Thierry.

--
On 18/03/2014, at 2:27 , Pieter Becue <pieter.becue-UMyzpqMp/uqu2fxVTW3+XQ@public.gmane.org> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> on some of our testbeds, we do not include an OMF6 RC into the baseline image, but instead install it at the start of an experiment.
> The installation of the required packages with apt-get goes quite fast, however, downloading rvm and ruby and then installing the correct ruby version and gemset seems to take quite a while (it has to compile/configure a lot of stuff).
>
> Is there a way to install the OMF6 RC by downloading and installing packages and not use RVM?
>
> Best regards,
>
> Pieter
>


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