To configure a bundle store, follow this procedure.
For environments where connectivity to the internet is restricted, create a local bundle store and register it with the CCO(s). See Register the CCO with the CCM for additional context.
Set up the HTTP server.
This setup assumes Apache2 on a CentOS server. If you use a different OS/HTTP server, adjust the following commands accordingly.
Locate the document root of the HTTP server
Change directory to /etc/httpd/conf
Check httpd.conf for site-available/default files.
Locate the DocumentRoot in one of these configuration files. Typically, it will be either /var/www or /var/www/html.
Change directory to DocumentRoot directory.
Create a directory to reflect the CloudCenter release you are installing (for example, 4.8.0) and create a bundle directory under the release folder level.
mkdir release-<CloudCenter Version>
cd release-<CloudCenter Version>
Change to the bundle directory.
Copy or download the bundle_artifacts.zip
Unzip the bundle_artifacts.zip file.
Update the configuration files to set the repository location.
chmod 755 ./set_bundle_location.sh
./set_bundle_location.sh http://your_HTTP_server/release-<CloudCenter Version>/bundle/
If you do not include the trailing “/” in the command, you will receive errors at some point in the process.
You have successfully configured the bundle store! You can now proceed to the next step.
See Worker (Conditional) > HTTPS Dependencies for additional context.