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FusionCloud 6.3.1.1 Troubleshooting Guide 02

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Initializing a Non-Deployment Node

Initializing a Non-Deployment Node

This section describes how to initialize information about non-deployment nodes.

Procedure

  1. On your PC, select the CloudOpera ManageOne OperationCenter Server Information Import Table-global.csv file in the /import directory of the ManageOne_init_tools folder, and check whether the node names and IP addresses in the file are correct.

    Confirm that the information is correct, and go to 2.

  2. Import the configuration file of the servers on non-deployment nodes.

    1. Choose Resource > Server from the main menu of the service deployment system, and click Import.
    2. Select the CloudOpera ManageOne OperationCenter Server Information Import Table-global.csv file, and click Upload.
      NOTE:

      Before uploading the file, close all Excel files on your PC.

    3. After the upload is successful, click Close.

  3. Use PuTTY to log in to the regionAlias-ManageOne-Deploy01 node as the root user.
  4. Run the following commands to initialize non-deployment nodes:

    cd /tmp

    cp "/tmp/CloudOpera ManageOne OperationCenter Server Information Import Table-global.csv" "/tmp/nodesWithoutDeploy.csv"

    bash /tmp/init_nodes.sh -ip regionAlias-ManageOne-Deploy01 node IP address -standbyip regionAlias-ManageOne-Deploy02 node IP address -file nodesWithoutDeploy.csv

    Enter the password of the root user of the nodes as prompted.

    If the "Init all nodes successfully." message is displayed, the initialization script is successfully executed.

  5. About 2 minutes later, choose Resource > Server from the main menu of the service deployment system and view the status of all non-deployment nodes.

    • If the status of all the nodes is displayed as , the initialization is successful.
    • If the status of any node is displayed as , verify that you have correctly imported the configuration file and that the value of deployIP in the conf.ini file is correct. Then, delete all the non-deployment nodes and perform 2 through 4 again.

      If the issue persists, perform VM environment clearing on VMs whose status is displayed as . VMs are automatically initialized during environment clearing until the status of each VM is displayed as . For details about how to clear the VM environment, see 1 through 3 in How Do I Clear the VM Environment?

  6. Run the following command to delete the files generation during the initialization:

    rm -f /tmp/nodesWithoutDeploy.csv

  7. About two minutes later, perform the following steps to restart the NTP service:

    1. Use PuTTY to log in to each non-deployment node of ManageOne as the root user.
    2. Run the following command on each non-deployment node to restart the NTP service:

      service ntpd restart

    3. Run the following command on each non-deployment node to check the status of the NTP service:

      service ntpd status

      If the command output contains active (running), the NTP service is running properly.

  8. Perform the following operations to modify the VM management scale configuration file:

    1. Use PuTTY to log in to each non-deployment node of ManageOne as the root user.
    2. Run the following command on each non-deployment node to modify the configuration file:

      mkdir -p /opt/oss/Product/etc;touch /opt/oss/Product/etc/moscale.conf;chown -R ossadm:ossgroup /opt/oss/*;chown ossuser:ossgroup /opt/oss/Product/etc/moscale.conf;chmod 640 /opt/oss/Product/etc/moscale.conf;echo MOSCALE=\"VM management scale\">/opt/oss/Product/etc/moscale.conf

      Replace VM management scale with a value listed in Table 26-22 based on the service requirements.

      Table 26-22 VM management scale description

      VM Management Scale

      Parameter Value

      500 VMs

      MO200VM

      1000 VMs

      MO1000VM

      2000 VMs

      MO2000VM

      5000 VMs

      MO5000VM

      10,000 VMs

      MO10000VM

      30,000 VMs

      MO30000VM

  9. Perform the following operations to import environment variables required for installation:

    1. Open the ManageOne_init_tools folder on your PC and execute conf_mostart.bat.
    2. When the following information is displayed, enter the password of user root and press Enter:
      Input the root password for all nodes:
    3. When the following information is displayed, enter the password of user sopuser and press Enter:
      Input the sopuser password for all nodes:
      The environment variables are successfully imported if the following information is displayed:
      end config mostart successful.

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Updated: 2019-06-10

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