Add a new script: tbresize
(installs into /usr/testbed/bin/tbresize but isn't avail. on ops yet) Usage: tbresize [-d] -a -e pid,eid -n num -t type [-p prefix] tbresize [-d] -r -e pid,eid <node> [<node> ...] tbresize -h Use -h to show this usage message. Use -d to enable extra debugging output. Use -a to add nodes to an experiment. Use -r to remove nodes from an experiment. Use -e pid,eid to specify the experiment to resize. Use -n to specify the number of nodes to add. Use -t to specify the type of the nodes to be added (pc, pc850, pc600, etc). Use -p to specify a prefix for vnames (i.e. "node" => node0 .. nodeN). With -r, specify a list of one or more nodes to be removed (i.e. pcXX). Can even resize an expt down to no nodes then back up again. If it has one LAN/link in the expt, it adds the new nodes to it. If it has zero or more than one, it doesn't connect the new nodes to the topology. After finding and reserving (or before freeing) it fixes up the right places in the db and reruns snmpit, then reruns exports_setup and named_setup and reboots all the nodes that are now in the expt so they get updated configuration data. Even visualizes properly after being resized, the only catch is that the ns file is the original one, not one generated from the db. Use it, abuse it, have fun with it, and let me know what breaks.