1. 27 Aug, 2019 1 commit
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    • Leigh Stoller's avatar
      Changes to the reservation to support reserving specific nodes: · f21a3123
      Leigh Stoller authored
      A new flag in the nodes table marks a node as being independently
      reservable by the reservation system. In general, the reservation system
      treats the node type as an opaque string, so why not make it a node_id.
      The nodes table flag is used in various queries to distinguish between
      nodes that reserved as a type and nodes that are individually reserved.
      Everything else pretty much falls into place.
      
      Minor changes to mapper admission control to look for the use of a
      specific node that is reserved to someone else. Also minor changes in
      ptopgen to remove reserved nodes from the ptop file when they reserved
      to a different project.
      f21a3123
  5. 30 Jul, 2019 1 commit
    • Leigh Stoller's avatar
      A bunch of changes to bring prereserve in line with reserve so that we · b154a279
      Leigh Stoller authored
      can display and control from the Portal Web interface. Cannot create a
      new one from the web interface yet, will work on that after I take a
      detour into the Reservation system to see if all this prereserve work
      was wasted work, I have an idea that might make it possible to use the
      Reservation system for specific nodes, maybe that will pan out.
      b154a279
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    • chuck cranor's avatar
      add localize_mfs "-I" flag that adds an /etc/issue msg to MFS · a7143f3b
      chuck cranor authored
      Add an optional "-I <msg>" flag to localize_mfs.  If specified, the
      message is added to /etc/issue in the MFS filesystem.  This allows
      admins to put some sort of ID/tag/timestamp message within the MFS
      image (can be helpful in tracking which MFS you are running).
      a7143f3b
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    • Leigh Stoller's avatar
      Sweeping (massive, huge, bigly?) changes to Classic path image pages. · b4481cbd
      Leigh Stoller authored
      The high level goal; redo all the classic image pages within the Portal
      UI such that mere users never see the old crusty stale rotting pages.
      Old fart admins (know any?) can still access the old pages, but I am
      hoping that won't actually happen (hint, hint).
      
      Another goal; allow editing of Geni created images (local images
      only). It has always bothered me that Portal users have no way to get
      info or do minor editing on Portal created images. Especially since
      images are so central to everything we do. Only local images can be
      edited, but in the Emulab portal, that is all images.
      
      Mothership only for now. Lets see how much whining we get, might have to
      adjust the interface a bit since Classic users are going to find
      themselves in unfamiliar territory.
      b4481cbd
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    • Leigh Stoller's avatar
      Recovery mode: · bde6c94d
      Leigh Stoller authored
      * Add a new Portal context menu option to nodes, to boot into "recovery"
        mode, which will be a Linux MFS (rather then the FreeBSD MFS, which
        99% of user will not know what to do with).
      
      * Plumb all through to the Geni RPC interface, which invokes node_admin
        with a new option, to use the recovery mfs nodetype attribute.
      
      * recoverymfs_osid is a distinct osid from adminmfs_osid, we use that in
        the CM to add an Emulab name space attribute to the manifest, that
        tells the Portal that a node supports recovery mode (and thus gets a
        context menu option).
      
      * Add an inrecovery flag to the sliver status blob, which the Portal
        uses to determine that a node is currently in recovery mode, so that
        we can indicate that in the topology and list tabs.
      bde6c94d
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