Skip to main content

Node Provisioning
Node Provisioning
10 members
17 questions

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

Answer

Sometimes, it is necessary to bring up a cluster all at once, let's say, after a maintenance period. The instructions here assume that the cluster has been previously set up. It also assumes that you have selected a number of... (More)

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 boot via PXE and be provisioned.

This procedure was tested on... (More)

Answer

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 adds the bridge kernel module to the list of kernel modules in any... (More)

Share Group