Install on-premise Nodeum software in using the Ansible deployment tools.
- Post-installation checks
See the page Hardware Specification Requirement
|❗ Install ansible v2.7.1 minimum|
Nodeum supports the following distributions:
- CentOS 7.x
- RHEL 7.x
- Root privileges are required (using sudo).
- SELinux is disabled (managed at deployment).
- The system must be up to date.
If you are running CentOS or RHEL, keep your system up-to-date as follows:
# RHEL or CentOS
Nodeum will define one user which needs ID : 1000. This ID is created automaticly when the package is deployed.
If users already use these ID, you have to change their id :
- The firewall is disabled (this is managed at deployment).
- The installation will be done by Ansible (this is managed at deployment).
❗ Fatal error during a local installation
If you install Nodeum in local Mode, you will always a fatal error to force the linux to restart.
This error appears only during the first Installation. Not for the update.
Restart the server VM or Physical.
Nodeum is now ready to use, you can access it through your browser at this url : http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/ or via your favorite DNS name.
Run this check script on the server to validate that all processes and up and running.
Thank you for your patience, you are now at the end of the installation. Enjoy using Nodeum.
Without licence, you are free to use any features with the following restrictions :
|Maximum Cache Partition Size||4 TB|
|Maximum Number of Tapes||5|
|Maximum Number of Cloud Bucket||1|
|Maximum Bucket Size||100 GB|
|Maximum Number of NAS||1|
|Maximum NAS Size||1 TB|
Interested to unlock your version, feel free to contact us.
If your network configuration requires a Proxy server to reach internet, you need to configure the Proxy servers as follow:
|Configuration Proxy Settings|
💡Set/Export: http_proxy With Special Characters In Password
If the proxy server password has special characters such as !,@, you need to to use unicode characters in hexadecimal.
You need to convert the special characters in hexadecimals. In this example @ becomes %40, : becomes %3A, and so on. (You can use for example: https://www.online-toolz.com/tools/text-hex-convertor.php)
In our case, the password: F@o:o!B#ar$ is replaced by F%40o%3Ao%21B%23ar%24
Thus the export http_proxy looks like this: