Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of PlasticSlices/MonitoringRecommendations/MyplcConfiguration


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05/05/11 12:43:03 (8 years ago)
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    3737 3. Install required packages:
    38  '''Note:''' Later, when you follow [wiki:PlasticSlices/MonitoringRecommendations/PlnodeConfiguration], you will install these same packages on each of your MyPLC !PlanetLab nodes.  IF your plnodes cannot run yum, you'll have to install the RPMs by hand during that step.  You may be able to save yourself time by caching the RPMs and their dependencies on your MyPLC '''before''' you actually install them on the MyPLC.  Using [wiki:GpoLab/MyplcPackageInstallationTips#UseyumdownloadertodownloadpackagesanddependenciesontheMyPLC yumdownloader to download packages and dependencies] has worked for us.  If you want to try that, do it now, before installing the packages on the MyPLC for the first time, or it will be of limited help.
     38 '''Note:''' Later, when you follow [wiki:PlasticSlices/MonitoringRecommendations/PlnodeConfiguration], you will install these same packages on each of your MyPLC !PlanetLab nodes.  IF your plnodes cannot run yum, you'll have to install the RPMs by hand during that step.  In that case, we recommend saving time by caching the RPMs and their dependencies on your MyPLC using [wiki:GpoLab/MyplcPackageInstallationTips#UseyumdownloadertodownloadpackagesanddependenciesontheMyPLC yumdownloader to download packages and dependencies] '''before''' you install them on the MyPLC.  If you wait until after you install on the MyPLC, you can still use `yumdownloader` to get the packages, but it won't download resolved dependencies for you (so you'll have to download them by hand).
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    4040 Regardless, you should be able to install the packages on the MyPLC itself using yum directly: