Commit 78097cd2 authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler

Add one more screen shot that Jon made.

Also, don't mention the ability to delete a node from an experiment,
that is a worm recepticle we do not want to breach.
parent 729e2b41
......@@ -161,6 +161,7 @@ the portal interface:
@item{Control Network Firewalls.}
@item{Subgroups within Projects.}
@item{Batch Experiments.}
@item{Modifying a Live Experiment.}
]
@section[#:tag "emulab-conversion"]{Converting an Emulab experiment to a Profile}
......@@ -210,7 +211,7 @@ Clicking that button takes you to the third and final step of the
instantiation wizard:
@margin-note{
The first step is skipped because the created profile is automatically
chosen and the second step skipped since converted NS experiments
chosen and the second step because converted NS experiments
have no parameters.
}
......@@ -225,7 +226,14 @@ running! In the lower part of the screen you can interact with the experiment:
By clicking on a node in the topology view as shown, you can perform a variety
of useful actions including: starting an in-browser shell or console window,
rebooting, taking a snapshot, or freeing a node from the experiment.
rebooting, or taking a snapshot.
Going to the list view presents you with a more Emulab-like listing:
@screenshot["classic-running.png"]
showing the node names and types as well as an Actions menu for console,
SSH, etc.
Once you are finished with your experiment, you can ``swap out'' the
experiment using the red Terminate button. If you want to ``terminate'' the
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