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Node Provisioning
Node Provisioning
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Before The Kernel Loads; Provisioning Nodes; The Kernel Image, Ramdisk And Kernel Modules; Node-Installer; Node States; Updating Running Nodes; Adding New Nodes; Troubleshooting The Node Boot Process

starkruzr updated 5 months ago
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Can't provision compute nodes: "Failed to load ldlinux.c32"

This "cluster" is just bog-standard desktop hardware, super vanilla. The network cards are ConnectX-2 10G cards. They get through DHCP and IP address assignment, start trying to load the image but get... (More)

How do I configure Bright to manage a Self Encrypted Drive (SED)?

This article explains Bright Cluster Manager can be configured to manage a regular node with a Self Encrypted Drive (SED), so that the regular node is able to... (More)

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How do I (re)install an operating system on a regular node (compute node) disk, without losing data on the other disks of that node?


Sometimes an administrator may want to install the operating system onto one of the drives of... (More)

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The node-installer fails to detect the bridge interfaces after upgrading to RHEL/CentOS 7.3

In recent (december 2016) versions of RHEL/CentOS 7.3, the bridge kernel module has been split into two components: the bridge and br_netfilter kernel modules. By default, Bright... (More)