Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of GENIRacksHome/OpenGENIRacks/InstallationGuideJuno


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    175175ssh-keygen
    176176}}}
    177 Then copy the the contents of /home/gram/.ssh/id_rsa.pub of the control node to /home/gram/.ssh/authorized_keys on the network node, and change the permissions of this file as follows:
    178 {{{
    179 sudo chmod 600 /home/gram/.ssh/authorized_keys
    180 }}}
    181 
    182 On the network node:
    183 
    184 1. Make sure you have the 10.10.8 interface up as certain pieces of information are placed on the node using ssh and that interface.  Alternately, you can run up to the installation of the /tmp/install/install_operating_system_network.sh on the network node before
    185 executing the /tmp/install/install_control.sh on the control node. The operating system installation should take care of configuring the needed interface.  Although it is a good idea, if not a requirement for sanity, to check that
    186 your interfaces are plugged in as you think.  So before the installation, check network connectivity.
    187 
    188 
    189 2. '''Install mysql on the control node'''
    190 
    191 {{{
    192 sudo apt-get install mariadb-server python-mysqldb
    193 }}}
    194 
    195   - You will be prompted for the password of the mysql admin. Type it in (twice) and remember it: it will be needed in the config.json file for the value of mysql_password.
    196 
    197 
    198 3. '''Install !OpenStack and GRAM on the control, network and compute nodes'''
    199 
    200   - Get the DEBIAN files gram_control.deb, gram_network.deb and gram_compute.deb.
    201   - These packages can be generated from the repository, following instructions from here: http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIRacksHome/OpenGENIRacks/SoftwareReleaseNotes
    202   - Alternatively, they can be obtained by request from '''gram-dev@bbn.com'''.
    203   - Set up the APT repository to read the correct version of juno packages:
    204 {{{
    205 sudo apt-get install -y ubuntu-cloud-keyring
    206 echo deb http://ubuntu-cloud.archive.canonical.com/ubuntu trusty-updates/juno main >> cloudarchive-juno.list
    207 sudo mv cloudarchive-juno.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    208 }}}
    209   - Update the current repository:
    210 {{{
    211 sudo apt-get -y update && sudo apt-get -y dist-upgrade
    212 }}}
    213 
    214   - Get the gdebi package for direct installation of deb files
    215 {{{
    216 sudo apt-get install gdebi-core
    217 }}}
    218   - Install the gram package (where <type> is ''control'', ''network'' or ''compute'' depending on what machine type is being installed):
    219 {{{
    220 sudo gdebi gram_<control/network/compute>.deb
    221 }}}
    222 
    223   - '''Edit /etc/gram/config.json'''. ''NOTE: This is the most critical step of the process. This specifies your passwords, network configurations, so that !OpenStack will be configured properly.'' [See section "Configuring config.json" below for details on the variables in that file]
    224 
    225   - Run the GRAM installation script (where <type> is ''control'' or ''compute'' depending on what machine type is being installed):
    226 {{{
    227 sudo /etc/gram/install_gram.sh <control/network/compute>
    228 }}}
    229 
    230   - Configure the OS and Network. You will lose network connectivity in the step, it is recommended that the following command is run directly on the machine or using the Linux 'screen' program.
    231 {{{
    232 sudo /tmp/install/install_operating_system_[control/network/compute].sh
    233 }}}
    234 
    235 
    236   - Configure everything else. Use a ''' root shell '''
    237 {{{
    238 /tmp/install/install_[control/network/compute].sh
    239 }}}
    240 
    241 This last command will do a number of things:
    242   - Read in all apt dependencies required
    243   - Configure the !OpenStack configuration files based on values set in config.json
    244   - Start all !OpenStack services
    245   - Start all GRAM services
    246 
    247 If something goes wrong (you'll see errors in the output stream), then the scripts it is running are in /tmp/install/install*.sh (install_compute.sh or install_control.sh). You can usually run the commands by hand and get things to work or at least see where things went wrong (often a problem in the configuration file).
    248 
    249   - Create gram ssh public key pair and authorized_hosts file on network node so that commands for gram can be executed without typing in a password
    250 
    251 {{{
    252 ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "gram@bbn.com"
     177
     178  - Copy gram ssh public key pair and create authorized_hosts file on network node so that commands for gram can be executed without typing in a password.  You might also want to do this on the compute node.
     179
     180{{{
    253181ssh gram@networkNode:
    254182mkdir .ssh
     
    262190ssh gram@networkNode ls
    263191}}}
     192
     193On the network node:
     194
     1951. Make sure you have the 10.10.8 interface up as certain pieces of information are placed on the node using ssh and that interface.  Alternately, you can run up to the installation of the /tmp/install/install_operating_system_network.sh on the network node before
     196executing the /tmp/install/install_control.sh on the control node. The operating system installation should take care of configuring the needed interface.  Although it is a good idea, if not a requirement for sanity, to check that
     197your interfaces are plugged in as you think.  So before the installation, check network connectivity.
     198
     199
     2002. '''Install mysql on the control node'''
     201
     202{{{
     203sudo apt-get install mariadb-server python-mysqldb
     204}}}
     205
     206  - You will be prompted for the password of the mysql admin. Type it in (twice) and remember it: it will be needed in the config.json file for the value of mysql_password.
     207
     208
     2093. '''Install !OpenStack and GRAM on the control, network and compute nodes'''
     210
     211  - Get the DEBIAN files gram_control.deb, gram_network.deb and gram_compute.deb.
     212  - These packages can be generated from the repository, following instructions from here: http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIRacksHome/OpenGENIRacks/SoftwareReleaseNotes
     213  - Alternatively, they can be obtained by request from '''gram-dev@bbn.com'''.
     214  - Set up the APT repository to read the correct version of juno packages:
     215{{{
     216sudo apt-get install -y ubuntu-cloud-keyring
     217echo deb http://ubuntu-cloud.archive.canonical.com/ubuntu trusty-updates/juno main >> cloudarchive-juno.list
     218sudo mv cloudarchive-juno.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
     219}}}
     220  - Update the current repository:
     221{{{
     222sudo apt-get -y update && sudo apt-get -y dist-upgrade
     223}}}
     224
     225  - Get the gdebi package for direct installation of deb files
     226{{{
     227sudo apt-get install gdebi-core
     228}}}
     229  - Install the gram package (where <type> is ''control'', ''network'' or ''compute'' depending on what machine type is being installed):
     230{{{
     231sudo gdebi gram_<control/network/compute>.deb
     232}}}
     233
     234  - '''Edit /etc/gram/config.json'''. ''NOTE: This is the most critical step of the process. This specifies your passwords, network configurations, so that !OpenStack will be configured properly.'' [See section "Configuring config.json" below for details on the variables in that file]
     235
     236  - Run the GRAM installation script (where <type> is ''control'' or ''compute'' depending on what machine type is being installed):
     237{{{
     238sudo /etc/gram/install_gram.sh <control/network/compute>
     239}}}
     240
     241  - Configure the OS and Network. You will lose network connectivity in the step, it is recommended that the following command is run directly on the machine or using the Linux 'screen' program.
     242{{{
     243sudo /tmp/install/install_operating_system_[control/network/compute].sh
     244}}}
     245
     246
     247  - Configure everything else. Use a ''' root shell '''
     248{{{
     249/tmp/install/install_[control/network/compute].sh
     250}}}
     251
     252This last command will do a number of things:
     253  - Read in all apt dependencies required
     254  - Configure the !OpenStack configuration files based on values set in config.json
     255  - Start all !OpenStack services
     256  - Start all GRAM services
     257
     258If something goes wrong (you'll see errors in the output stream), then the scripts it is running are in /tmp/install/install*.sh (install_compute.sh or install_control.sh). You can usually run the commands by hand and get things to work or at least see where things went wrong (often a problem in the configuration file).
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