Commit b6471c3b authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

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parent 96cfcc01
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ add support for multi-node profiles in the future.
installed somewhere outside of your home directory, and should not be tied
to your user account.}
@instructionstep["Clone the epxeriment to create a new profile"
@instructionstep["Clone the experiment to create a new profile"
#:screenshot "clone-button.png" ]{
While you are logged in, the experiment page for your active experiments
will have a ``clone'' button. Clicking this button will create a new
......@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ add support for multi-node profiles in the future.
registered Apt users, or members of your project. Regardless of the
setting you chose here, Apt will also give you a
@seclink["proflinks"]{direct link} that you can use to share your
profile with others of your chosing.
profile with others of your choosing.
}
@instructionstep["Click ``Create''" #:screenshot "image-creating.png"]{
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ Start by pointing your browser to @url[(apturl)].
#:screenshot "instantiate-empty.png"]{
If you don't have an account, or are not logged in, you'll be using Apt
as a @seclink["guest-users"]{guest user}. Guest users have some restrictions
placed on them, but this is a quick way to get startd. Enter your email
placed on them, but this is a quick way to get started. Enter your email
address and pick a username. This username will be the one you'll use to
log into your nodes (eg. via @code{ssh}), and if you later sign up for an
account on Apt, it will become your Apt username as well.
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ Start by pointing your browser to @url[(apturl)].
experiment. On the hardware side, the profile will control whether you get
@seclink["vm"]{virtual machines} or @seclink["phys"]{physical ones}, how many
there are, and what the network between them looks like. On the software
side, the profile specifices the operating system and the installed software.
side, the profile specifies the operating system and the installed software.
Profiles come from two sources. Some of them are provided by Apt itself, and
provide standard installation of popular operating systems, software stacks,
......@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ Start by pointing your browser to @url[(apturl)].
hours.} When the experiment terminates, you will @bold{lose anything on
disk} on the nodes, so be sure to copy off anything important early and
often. You can use the ``Extend'' button to submit a request to hold it
longer, or the ``Termnate'' button to end it early.
longer, or the ``Terminate'' button to end it early.
@seclink["registered-users"]{Registered users} get to hold their experiments
for longer, so if you want to use Apt for much serious work, we recommend
@seclink["register"]{registering for an account}.
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......@@ -9,10 +9,10 @@ environment so that they can repeat or build upon each others' work.
Virtual machines in Apt do @bold{not} provide strong resource guarantees or
performance isolation from other concurrent users. Therefore, they are suitable
primarily under the following condidtions:
primarily under the following conditions:
@itemlist[
@item{During initial exploration, development, gatherhing of preliminary
@item{During initial exploration, development, gathering of preliminary
performance results, etc.}
@item{When it is the output of the code, rather than the code's performance,
that is of interest.}
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ recommend:
]
Because the @secref{images} that Apt provides boot on both virtual and physical
machines, in most cases, switching means simply modifing one's profile to
machines, in most cases, switching means simply modifying one's profile to
request the other type of resource.
@TODO{This suggests we ought to make it easier at instantiation time to pick
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