Thank you for taking part in the second part of our introduction to the Onteon!
Today you had the chance to:
- revise the knowledge from previous scenarios
- learn concepts behind OCC
- learn to use OCC's user, node and zone management commands
- Onteon main web page: click!
- Onteon documentation: click!
- Onteon Control Center documentation: click!
If you have any feedback concerning our tool and/or this scenario, we'd be very grateful for a message on our contact page: click!.
Introduction to Onteon - multiple nodes with OCC
Before proceeding to the next step, please wait until the setup scripts finish running.
In the meantime, here's a brief description of the setup in this scenario. The scripts that are currently running, they are starting up three important processes in the context of Onteon: OCC and two separate platforms. In this scenario, you're going to learn managing users in OCC console, managing Onteon's zones and controlling your cluster consisting of multiple nodes (just like the previous scenario).
While preparing the environment for the scenario, we decided to set up both nodes in
/opt/jlupin. All files related to
NODE_1 instance are in
/opt/jlupin/platform1, and all files related to
NODE_2 instance are in