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You can adapt this file completely to your liking, but it should at least
contain the root `toctree` directive.
This tutorial show how the use of Distem, a provider that prepare containers for you on Grid'5000.
First of all, you have to reserve some nodes on Grid'5000, deploy a system on the nodes.
First of all, you have to reserve some nodes on Grid'5000, deploy a system on your nodes.
.. code-block:: bash
$ oarsub -t deploy -l "slash_22=1+nodes=2, walltime=02:00:00" -I
$ kadeploy3 -f $OAR_NODE_FILE -e debian9-x64-nfs -k
Then us the distem bootstrap:
Then use the distem bootstrap:
.. code-block:: bash
$ distem-bootstrap --debian-version stretch
You have to download the image in your home directory.
Distem-bootstrap installs Distem on the physical nodes and also starts a coordinator.
.. code-block: bash
After the reservation done, you can get virtual IPs for your reservation :
.. code-block:: bash
$ frontend> g5k-subnets -sp
You will need this address for the experiment.
You have to download the image to create new containers for the experiment.
.. code-block:: bash
$ frontend> wget 'http://public.nancy.grid5000.fr/~amerlin/distem/distem-fs-jessie.tar.gz' -P ~/distem_img
It will create a new directory on your home with the jessie image.
import logging
import time
import os
from statistics import mean, stdev
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