Here is the procedure to install a OCP server that will be used as Rapid.Space hosting server.
Recommended OS is Debian 10. Debian 9 is also supported. You should follow XXX to install the OS.
Install the OS on the small SSD disk so that the big SSD disk can be used totally by the Rapid.Space VM.
In order to install re6st, you will need to be given a token. The Rapid.Space team will provide you an one time Re6st token, unique for a server.
In order to install slapos, you will need to be given a token. The Rapid.Space team will provide you an one time SlapOS Token, unique for a server.
Please note that this script will also install a cron called "upgrader" to upgrade the machine regularly. It will also install the SSH public keys of all the vifib team in root account so that the team can SSH into your server.
Now reboot the server:
When the server will be back ensure that KVM is allowed in nested mode by:
grep -q Y /sys/module/kvm_intel/parameters/nested && echo "KVM nested OK" || echo "KVM nested ERROR"
Which shall return
KVM nested OK
Locate the big SSD disk with using lsblk:
lsblk -pd -e 11
The example output is:
NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
/dev/sda 8:0 0 3.5T 0 disk
/dev/sdb 8:16 0 223.6G 0 disk
From this output one can see that /dev/sda is the big disk.
Allow usage of that disk by appending to the /etc/opt/slapos/slapos.cfg:
allowed-disk-for-vm = /dev/sda
Link the disk in the configuration:
ln -sf /dev/sda /dev/disk/disk-path-for-vm
This will result in using this disk for VM instantiated the server.
Make the link persist on reboot by:
echo "@reboot root ln -sf /dev/sda /dev/disk/disk-path-for-vm" > /etc/cron.d/link-disk-path-for-vm
Before putting the machine in the cloud, the stress testing has to be done.
apt -y install stress-ng
Run in for 24 hours:
nohup stress-ng --cpu 60 --timeout 24h </dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1 &
Ask the rapid.space administrator to perform those steps.
Locate the server created in 3. Install SlapOS, remember it's reference (COMP-XXX).
Login as "rapid.space" user in https://vifib.erp5.net/ and locate the computer by its reference, then:
Login as "rapid.space" user in https://slapos.vifib.com/ and locate the computer by its reference, then