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Portus Preparation

Install a new deployment node, with the /var/lib/portus empty, you could manually delete this directory and create a new one.

Then Configure the portus to setup the new namespace for holding the new docker images, like following:


Login in deployment node using following commands:

[root@localhost ~]# cp /usr/local/compose/secrets/portus.crt /etc/pki/ca-trust/source/anchors/
[root@localhost ~]# update-ca-trust 
[root@localhost ~]# docker login
Username: kismatic
Login Succeeded

Kismatic Step

Get the latest release in:

prepare the kismatic env:

# cd kismatic/
# tar xzvf kismatic-v1.12.0-linux-amd64.tar.gz 
# mv kismatic-v1.12.0-linux-amd64.tar.gz  ../
# ls
ansible  helm  kismatic  kubectl  provision

Planning the cluster configuration:

# ./kismatic install plan
Plan your Kubernetes cluster:
=> Number of etcd nodes [3]: 1
=> Number of master nodes [2]: 1
=> Number of worker nodes [3]: 1
=> Number of ingress nodes (optional, set to 0 if not required) [2]: 0
=> Number of storage nodes (optional, set to 0 if not required) [0]: 0
=> Number of existing files or directories to be copied [0]: 0

Generating installation plan file template with: 
- 1 etcd nodes
- 1 master nodes
- 1 worker nodes
- 0 ingress nodes
- 0 storage nodes
- 0 files

Wrote plan file template to "kismatic-cluster.yaml"
Edit the plan file to further describe your cluster. Once ready, execute the "install validate" command to proceed.