Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Eucalyptus-Binary-Install

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    33== Overview == 
    4 Goal of this document is to show site administrators a way to quickly install a Eucalyptus cluster in a fashion that leverages well-known tools such as PXE, Kickstart, and Yum, to create a configuration that is robust and highly repeatable. 
     4Goal of this document is to show site administrators a way to quickly install a Eucalyptus cluster in a fashion that leverages well-known tools such as PXE, Kickstart, and Yum, to create a configuration that is robust and highly repeatable -- allowing one to easily scale the cluster by adding new worker nodes with a minimum of hassle. 
     5 
     6== Assumptions == 
     7* You know how to use yum repositories 
     8* You know how to PXE boot and install a linux RPM-based distro via Kickstart 
     9* You are installing onto CentOS 5.4, 5.5, or 5.6 
    510 
    611== Duke NEuca Yum Repository == 
     
    1520gpgcheck=0 
    1621}}} 
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     23With the above file installed in your /etc/yum.repos.d/, a Yum search for 'euca' should produce something like this: 
     24{{{ 
     25 
     26[root@euca ~]# yum search --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=duke-neuca euca 
     27Loaded plugins: fastestmirror 
     28Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile 
     29========================================================= Matched: euca ========================================================= 
     30euca-axis2.noarch : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - axis2 
     31euca-axis2c.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - axis2c 
     32euca-rampartc.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - rampartc 
     33euca2ools.noarch : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture Command-Line Tools 
     34eucalyptus.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture 
     35eucalyptus-cc.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - cluster controller 
     36eucalyptus-cloud.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - cloud controller 
     37eucalyptus-common-java.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - ws java stack 
     38eucalyptus-gl.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - log service 
     39eucalyptus-nc.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - node controller 
     40eucalyptus-sc.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - storage controller 
     41eucalyptus-walrus.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - walrus 
     42neuca-iniparser.x86_64 : Elastic Utility Computing Architecture - iniparser 
     43}}} 
     44At the time of this writing, the RPMS seen here install Eucalyptus 2.0.3.  
     45(Note the presence of the neuca-iniparser...)