Improve portal search/lookup capability for past experiments.
We often have need of going back to see what a specific node was doing at a previous point in time, e.g.:
So I got email from Campus people today about an open resolver running at CloudLab (hp120) at 2018-06-21T06:30:35Z (UTC). So that is about 11:30pm on the 20th our time. So what is the most expedient way through the portal to "learn more"? I always use the classic interface to look at "Node History" for the node in question, and from that I learn that it was in experiment huygens-PG0/shiyuliu-QV37948 at that time. That is pretty much the dead end through the classic interface, since it was a portal experment. I can get the UUID but that is about it.
At the moment, this is not easy to do as per @stoller's response:
@mike I am working on a related item today (@eeide's ticket about email that uses geni slice terminology instead of portal experiments). But at the moment, we do not have a Portal UI to search for and show a specific historical experiment. And remote clusters have no concept of portal experiments from which they come (I am changing that today). But to answer the question above ... On the Cloudlab Portal UI, use the Admin menu item Users/Project, click on the search tab and past in "shiyuliu", then click the link to go to his dashboard page. Then on the admin menu tab, click on Experiment History. Find the line for shiyuliu-QV37948. Now you know the profile, you can click on that.