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    Configuring the Initial SSR Cluster (SRC CLI)

    Configuring your initial cluster is a multistep process that requires you to install your C Series Controllers, load the SRC software, and perform the following configuration steps.

    For information about supported cluster configurations see Supported SSR Cluster Configurations.

    Note: This procedure assumes that you are configuring the cluster for the first time and as such, the SSR database is already in maintenance mode.

    To configure your initial SSR cluster:

    1. Configure the cluster ID.

      See Configuring the SSR Cluster ID (SRC CLI).

    2. Configure the cluster geometry.

      See Configuring the SSR Cluster Geometry (SRC CLI).

    3. Configure the role of each node in the cluster

      See Configuring the Nodes in the SSR Cluster (SRC CLI).

    4. Configure the management servers.

      See Configuring the Management Servers in the SSR Cluster (SRC CLI).

    5. (Optional) Make desired changes to the default subscriber sessions table.

      See Configuring the Fields in the Subscriber Sessions Table (SRC CLI).

    6. (Optional) If you are configuring the two-shared-data-node geometry, configure the database memory size.

      See Configuring the Database Memory Size When Running the Two-Shared-Data-Node Geometry (SRC CLI).

    7. (Optional) Make desired changes to the default attribute associations table.

      See Mapping SAE Plug-In Attributes to Fields in the Subscriber Sessions Table (SRC CLI).

    8. Commit the configuration.

      See Committing a Configuration and Exiting Configuration Mode.

    9. Enable the component database (must be done on each node in the SSR cluster.)

      See Enabling the SSR Database (SRC CLI).

    10. Create the SSR database. (There is no need to destroy the database because it does not exist at initial startup).

      See Creating the SSR Database (SRC CLI).

    11. Enable each SSR client component.

      See Enabling SRC Components.

    12. Verify status of the cluster.

      See Viewing the Status of the SSR Cluster (SRC CLI).

    13. Place the cluster into production mode.

      See Placing the SSR Database into Production Mode (SRC CLI).

    Published: 2014-06-19