Version 1 (modified by jonmills, 8 years ago)

--

Installing Euca 2.0.3 from RPM on CentOS

Overview

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.

Duke NEuca Yum Repository

The Euca 2.0.3 (with NEuca patches) RPM files were compiled by Victor Orlikowski at Duke. He has graciously provided a public Yum repository for accessing them. You may want to mirror that repo to your own local site, however.

duke-neuca.repo:

[duke-neuca]
name=CentOS NEuca Repo (at Duke CS) $releasever - $basearch
baseurl=http://dbc1-16.nicl.cs.duke.edu/repos/centos/5/$basearch/
enabled=1
gpgcheck=0

Attachments