Commit 47b58e2c authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler

Minor updates.

Get rid of subgroups as an unsupported feature, apparently it is.
Add some text in the conversion section about doing an extension.
parent 2ba87bca
......@@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ expires reminding you to copy your data off or request an extension.
@subsection[#:tag "extending"]{Extending Experiments}
If you need more time to run an experiment, you may use the ``extend'' button
If you need more time to run an experiment, you may use the ``Extend'' button
on the experiment's page. You will be presented with a dialog that allows you
to select how much longer you need the experiment. Longer time periods require
more extensive appoval processes. Short extensions are auto-approved, while
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......@@ -138,6 +138,8 @@ Longer extensions require an email exchange with the admins.
In the portal interface, you request an extension via the web interface
with shorter extensions being approved instantly and longer extensions
automatically forwarded to admins for their consideration.
Be aware that even short extensions may not be possible if the extension
would conflict with a future reservation (described below).
See the section on @seclink["extending"]{extending experiments}
for more information.
......@@ -163,7 +165,6 @@ These include:
@item{Events.}
@item{Traffic Generation.}
@item{Control Network Firewalls.}
@item{Subgroups within Projects.}
@item{Batch Experiments.}
@item{Modifying a Live Experiment.}
]
......@@ -244,9 +245,17 @@ console, SSH, rebooting, etc.
The settings drop down in the header allows you to perform certain actions
(e.g., rebooting) on all selected nodes.
If you are nearing the expiration time for your experiment and need to
keep it for longer, click on the green ``Extend'' button and then use the
slider or ``Requested'' text box to choose an extension time.
Keep in mind that an extension may not be possible or may require admin
approval.
Once you are finished with your experiment, you can ``swap out'' the
experiment using the red ``Terminate'' button.
This destroys the instance but leaves the profile intact.
If you want to terminate the experiment in the classic sense
(getting rid of all traces of it), go to the ``Profiles'' tab in your
dashboard and delete (all versions of) the profile as well.
(getting rid of all traces of it), terminate the experiment and then
go to the ``Profiles'' tab in your dashboard and delete (all versions of)
the profile as well.
Of course, you can only delete the profile if it belongs to you.
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