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Guide for Interworking Between HUAWEI CloudFabric Solution and Redhat OpenStack

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Installing Red Hat Linux

Installing Red Hat Linux

  1. Configure the target blade server to boot from the CD-ROM.

  2. Select the target blade server and mount the Linux image.

  3. Restart the system to go to the installation screen, and select Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3.

  4. Select English (United States) and click Continue.

  5. On the installation page shown in the following figure, set the parameters, mainly the framed parameters.

  6. Set the time zone and click Done.

  7. On the SOFTWARE SELECTION page, select Virtualization Host on the left, select all items on the right, and click Done.

  8. On the INSTALLTION DESTINATION page, ensure that the disk space and free space are the same and click Done.

  9. Select Standard Partition. If the LVM is used, the Undercloud node may restart abnormally.

  10. After setting, click Done. The page shown in the following figure is displayed. Click Accept Changes. The disk configuration is complete.

  11. Click Begin Installation.

  12. On the installation page, set the password of the root user to Huawei@123 and click Done. Create a user named stack, set the password to Huawei@123, and click Done.

  13. After the installation is complete (which takes about 10 minutes), click Reboot in the lower right corner. Then, you can log in to the Red Hat.

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Updated: 2019-03-25

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