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We will leverage the ansible roles created for the RackHD demonstration environment.
cd ~ sudo apt-get install git sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo reboot cd ~ git clone https://github.com/rackhd/rackhd sudo apt-get install ansible cd ~/rackhd/packer/ansible ansible-playbook -i "local," -K -c local rackhd_local.yml
This created the default configuration file at /opt/monorail/config.json from https://github.com/RackHD/RackHD/blob/master/packer/ansible/roles/monorail/files/config.json. You may need to update this and /etc/dhcpd.conf to match your local network configuration.
This will install all the relevant dependencies and code into ~/src, expecting that it will be run with pm2.
cd ~ sudo pm2 start rackhd-pm2-config.yml
Some useful commands of pm2:
sudo pm2 restart all # restart all RackHD services sudo pm2 restart on-taskgraph # restart the on-taskgraph service only. sudo pm2 logs # show the combined real-time log for all RackHD services sudo pm2 logs on-taskgraph # show the on-taskgraph real-time log sudo pm2 flush # clean the RackHD logs sudo pm2 status # show the status of RackHD services
Notes：isc-dhcp-server is installed through ansible playbook, but sometimes it won’t start on Ubuntu boot (https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2068111), check if DHCP service is started:
sudo service --status-all
If isc-dhcp-server is not running, run below to start DHCP service:
sudo service isc-dhcp-server start
cd ~/src ./scripts/clean_all.bash && ./scripts/reset_submodules.bash && ./scripts/link_install_locally.bash