Versions Compared

Key

  • This line was added.
  • This line was removed.
  • Formatting was changed.

...

Include Page
CCD48:Install Worker on a

...

Table of Contents
maxLevel3
minLevel2

Use the CloudCenter installer binary (LINUX_WORKER_OS_VERSION) to create CloudCenter-enabled images on different clouds and regions.

Note

When you modify a pre-built image (for example, when performing an OS update, installing a new tool, upgrading the Management Agent, and so forth), be aware that the pre-built image already has CloudCenter Tools installed.

When updating an image that already has CloudCenter Tools installed, you must delete this file (/usr/local/osmosix/etc/hostid) prior to taking the final snapshot.

Tip

Use this procedure to also install CloudCenter Tools on CentOS 7 and RHEL-7.

Cloud Nuances

  • When installing the Management Agent on Linux machines, you will need to provide information on the OS and platform being used.

    Expand
    titleVMware

    To use VMware VMs, you should have already installed VMware tools on the Linux machine.

  • Azure

    Expand
    titleAzure Installation Nuances
    1. Install CliQr Tools on the application VM.
    2. Run the following command after the installation is completed
      waagent -deprovision+user
    3. Stop the VM.
    4. Capture the image.
  • vCD

    Expand
    titlevCD Installation Nuances
    1. Install CliQr Tools on the application VM.
    2. Stop the VM.
    3. Edit the settings for this VM and be sure to remove the NIC(s).
    4. Save the VM as a template into the vCD catalog of your choice.

Installation Process

To install CloudCenter tools on a Linux image, follow this procedure:

...

Run the following commands to install CloudCenter Tools:

Code Block
sudo -i
cd /tmp

...

Change permissions and use the application VM (worker) installer file to install CloudCenter Tools:

Code Block
chmod 755 worker_installer.bin
./worker_installer.bin <ostype> <cloudtype> worker1
-- See Syntax
Expand
titleSyntax

ostype = rhel6, rhel7, oel6, centos6, centos7, ubuntu10, ubuntu1204, ubuntu1404, and amazon (see the section below to identify your OS type)

cloudtypeamazon, azureclassic, azurepack, azurerm, google, opsource, openstack, softlayer, vmware, and vcd

...

titleSkip Module Installation?

...

Clean up and exit the VM instance:

Code Block
rm worker_installer.bin 
rm ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
exit

Identifying the OS Type

To verify or identify the OS type, follow this procedure:

  1. In your terminal, issue one of the following commands (based on your Linux implementation):
    1. $ cat /etc/issue
      Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS \n \l

      or

    2. $ cat /etc/*-release
      CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
  2. Based on the response to one of these commands, you can identify if your OS type.

Successful Installation

After you run the installer commands, the installation results are displayed on the screen as follows:

  • Successful scenarios: Identifies a list of successfully installed components in green text.
  • Failure scenarios: Provides a path to the log file that provides details of each failure.

Linux Image
CCD48:Install Worker on a Linux Image

Terms & Conditions Privacy Statement Cookies Trademarks