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Assignment Submission: - link to submission script for Winter 2019
*'''Demonstrate working assignment to your instructor in class:'''<ol type="a"><li>You need to run their full backup shell script to backup all of your VMs (like you did in Assignment 1 - Part 2.</li><li>Students need to demonstrate their assignment functionality to their professor during a lab period<br>(like you would for any lab for "sign-off").</li><li>Students are required to prepare everything ahead of time so that you can quickly demonstrate to your instructor that all required parts of your assignment are working.</li><li>Do not proceed to the next step until you have demonstrated your assignment to your instructor to check for errors that may cause problems when running the checking script.<br><br></li></ol>
*Download and run a shell script to check your work (Depending on your OPS335 Instructor):  ::'''Peter Callaghan's Classes''' (Section '''D'''):<ul><li>Refer to blackboard for instructions on how to submit this assignment.</li></ul>  ::'''Murray Saul, Ryan Lockhart-Thompson and Colin Yip''':<ol><li>Login as '''root''' on your '''host''' machine.</li><li>Change to the '''/root/bin''' directory.</li><li>Make certain that your '''cloning-source VM is running'''.</li><li>Make certain that the mailx command has been installed. If not, issue the following command to install e-mail on your '''host''' machine:<source>yum install mailx </source><li>Issue the command to download a checking script for your assignment to your '''host''' machine:<br><br>'''Murray Saul's classes (section A):''' &nbsp; &nbsp; <span style="font-family:courier;font-size:1.5em;color:#4d4dff">wget https://matrix.senecacollege.ca/~murray.saul/ops335/check-assn2-murray-saul.bash </span><br><br>'''Ryan Lockhart-Thompons's classes (Section B):''': &nbsp; &nbsp; <span style="font-family:courier;font-size:1.5em;color:#4d4dff"> wget https://matrix.senecacollege.ca/~murray.saul/ops335/check-assn2-ryan.bash</span><br><br>'''Colin Yip's classes (Sections C, E, and F):''': &nbsp; &nbsp; <span style="font-family:courier;font-size:1.5em;color:#4d4dff"> wget https://scs.senecac.on.ca/~colin.yip/2187/check-assn2-colin.bash</span><br><br>Set execute permissions and run the shell script.<br>(Your shell script contents will be mailed to your Seneca email and to your OPS335 instructor's Seneca email.<br><br>If you do '''NOT''' receive an e-mail message in your Seneca email account, then there is a problem, and you '''MUST''' rerun or contact your OPS335 instructor immediately.
<ol><li>Login as '''root''' on your '''host''' machine.</li><li>Change to the '''/root/bin''' directory.</li><li>Make certain that your '''assignment VMs are running'''.</li><li>Make certain that the mailx command has been installed. If not, issue the following command to install e-mail on your '''host''' machine:<source>yum install mailx </source><li>Issue the command to download a checking script for your assignment to your '''host''' machine:<span style="font-family:courier;font-size:1.5em;color:#4d4dff
">wget https://matrix.senecacollege.ca/~peter.callaghan/files/OPS335/check-assn2.bash</span><br><br>Set execute permissions and run the shell script.<br>(Your shell script contents will be mailed to your OPS335 instructor's Seneca email, and a confirmation message will be emailed to you.<br><br>If you do '''NOT''' receive an e-mail message in your Seneca email account, then there is a problem, and you '''MUST''' rerun or contact your OPS335 instructor immediately.
*'''Additional Assignment Information:'''<ol type="a"><li>This assignment is to be completed individually. '''Group submissions are not allowed'''.</li><li>Test your machine to make sure it works. If a machine is not accessible (e.g. will not boot, can not be accessed through ssh from your host, etc.), or is otherwise non-functional, you may be told to '''resubmit'''.</li><li>'''Late submissions are a subject to a penalty of 10% per day'''.</li><ol>
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