UBUNTU LANDSCAPE DEDICATED SERVER (LDS)
The starting point for our lab now is the following:
1 STEP – ADDING A NEW NODE ON LANDSCAPE SERVER
If we want to add a new node with a new service, like for our lab, we can use the same charm of Landscape Client deployed before to make that on monitoring.
repeating the same tasks used for the first node we can add also this node using the following command on client server:
$: sudo landscape-config --computer-title "webserver2" --account-name standalone -p 128-qosk-7382 --url https://10.20.81.5/message-system --ping-url http://10.20.81.5/ping
on Landscape Server Dashboard we can view also the second one:
waiting long time we’ll see that its own status with juju will be that:
$: juju status Model Controller Cloud/Region Version serverslab maaslab-controller maaslab 2.1.3 App Version Status Scale Charm Store Rev OS Notes apache2 unknown 1 apache2 jujucharms 21 ubuntu apache2-a unknown 1 apache2 jujucharms 21 ubuntu landscape-client active 2 landscape-client jujucharms 28 ubuntu Unit Workload Agent Machine Public address Ports Message apache2-a/1* unknown idle 13 10.20.81.24 landscape-client/8* active idle 10.20.81.24 System successfully registered apache2/5* unknown idle 12 10.20.81.25 landscape-client/7 active idle 10.20.81.25 System successfully registered Machine State DNS Inst id Series AZ Message 12 started 10.20.81.25 8ffhf6 xenial default Deployed 13 started 10.20.81.24 m7eydw xenial default Deployed Relation Provides Consumes Type container apache2 landscape-client subordinate container apache2-a landscape-client subordinate
while on Juju gui
as we can see the 2 warning on charm of Landscape Client are gone away. At moment also the fourth part is ended.
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