Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of DeployNodeAgent

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10/28/09 17:33:34 (10 years ago)
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  • DeployNodeAgent

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    88= Deploy Node Agents and Drivers = 
    9 This page describes how to convert an [wiki:buildInstructions emulated ORCA instance] set up previously to use real resources. This page merely describes the process of setting up node agents and drivers. A functioning cluster managed by ORCA requires several decisions by the cluster administrator regarding network management, connectivity, storage resources and boot methods. At Duke and RENCI, we use ZFS and iSCSI-backed VMs. A deployment at Williams college using [http://www.https://geni-orca.renci.org/orca-doc/current/guides/williams/index.html lvm storage is documented here]. 
     9This page describes how to convert an [wiki:buildInstructions emulated ORCA instance] set up previously to use real resources. This page merely describes the process of setting up node agents and drivers. A functioning cluster managed by ORCA requires several decisions by the cluster administrator regarding network management, connectivity, storage resources and boot methods. At Duke and RENCI, we use ZFS and iSCSI-backed VMs. A deployment at Williams college using [https://geni-orca.renci.org/orca-doc/current/guides/williams/index.html lvm storage is documented here]. 
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    1111All the instructions below assume you are in the $ORCA_HOME/tools/config directory. 
     
    5151== Conclusion == 
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    53 You now have a set of machines configured to run driver actions on behalf of anybody with the admin certificate you just generated. However, there is much more to running a full ORCA-managed cluster. Refer to the [http://www.https://geni-orca.renci.org/orca-doc/current/guides/williams/index.html Williams case study] for more details on what is needed. 
     53You now have a set of machines configured to run driver actions on behalf of anybody with the admin certificate you just generated. However, there is much more to running a full ORCA-managed cluster. Refer to the [https://geni-orca.renci.org/orca-doc/current/guides/williams/index.html Williams case study] for more details on what is needed.