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Configuring the First SM Node and Creating a New Cluster Definition

 

To configure the new software on the first SM node and create a new cluster definition:

  1. Configure the new software with the new cluster definition on each SM node.

    Execute:

    root@uranus-js: ./configure

  2. Review and accept the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier license agreement and create a new cluster definition by entering 2 Generate Cluster Definition.

    Press the spacebar to move from one page to the next. When you are prompted to accept the terms of the license agreement, enter y.

    Do you accept the terms in the license agreement? [n] y

  3. Create a new cluster definition by entering 2 Generate Cluster Definition. This example creates a cluster named “junCluster” that contains two SM nodes named “uranus-js” and “sbrha-3”, and two data nodes named “sbrha-9” and “sbrha-7”.

    Note

    If you use the original cluster name, the system attempts to use the original configuration files, which may contain pre-8.5.0 values. You must either back up and remove the old cluster definition, or use a new cluster name. However, you can use the same node names.

    When prompted, enter the new name for the cluster and the node names.

  4. When prompted, enter the license key.

  5. When prompted, enter the number of SBR (S) nodes.

  6. When prompted, enter the number of management (M) nodes.

  7. When prompted whether you wish to continue, enter y to continue.

  8. When prompted whether you wish to continue, enter y to continue.

  9. When prompted, enter the password for the account.

  10. Enter the information to re-create each node in your cluster.

  11. After reviewing the information you entered for each node, accept the configuration files.

  12. (Optional) If prompted to create a shared directory for collecting and distributing the shared configuration of the cluster, enter y.

  13. Proceed to Configuring the SBRC Software on the SM Nodes.