Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1

Installation Guide

Installing Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1

Bhavana Mohanraj

Red Hat Engineering Content Services

Anjana Suparna Sriram

Red Hat Engineering Content Services

Divya Muntimadugu

Red Hat Engineering Content Services

Abstract

This guide describes the prerequisites and provides step-by-step instructions to install Red Hat Gluster Storage using different methods.
1. Planning Red Hat Gluster Storage Installation
1.1. About Red Hat Gluster Storage
1.2. Prerequisites
1.2.1. Network Time Protocol Setup
1.3. Hardware Compatibility
1.4. Port Information
1.5. Supported Versions of Red Hat Gluster Storage
2. Installing Red Hat Gluster Storage
2.1. Obtaining Red Hat Gluster Storage
2.1.1. Obtaining Red Hat Gluster Storage Server for On-Premise
2.1.2. Obtaining Red Hat Gluster Storage Server for Public Cloud
2.2. Installing from an ISO Image
2.2.1. Installing Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7 and later
2.2.2. Installing Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2
2.3. Installing Red Hat Gluster Storage Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Layered Install)
2.4. Installing from a PXE Server
2.5. Installing from Red Hat Satellite Server
2.6. Subscribing to the Red Hat Gluster Storage Server Channels
2.7. Managing the glusterd Service
2.7.1. Manually Starting and Stopping glusterd
2.8. Installing Ansible to Support Gdeploy
3. Deploying Samba on Red Hat Gluster Storage
3.1. Prerequisites
3.2. Installing Samba Using ISO
3.3. Installing Samba Using yum
4. Deploying NFS-Ganesha on Red Hat Gluster Storage
4.1. Prerequisites
4.2. Installing NFS-Ganesha during an ISO Installation
4.3. Installing NFS-Ganesha using yum
5. Deploying gstatus on Red Hat Gluster Storage
5.1. Installing gstatus during an ISO Installation
5.2. Installing using yum or the Red Hat Satellite Server or Red Hat Network
6. Deploying Containerized Red Hat Gluster Storage with Atomic Host
6.1. Supported Deployment Configuration
6.2. Supported Versions
6.3. Downloading the Red Hat Gluster Storage Image from the Red Hat Registry
7. Deploying the Hortonworks Data Platform 2.1 on Red Hat Gluster Storage
7.1. Prerequisites
7.1.1. Supported Versions
7.1.2. Software and Hardware Requirements
7.1.3. Existing Red Hat Gluster Storage Trusted Storage Pool
7.1.4. New Red Hat Gluster Storage Trusted Storage Pool
7.1.5. Red Hat Gluster Storage Server Requirements
7.1.6. Hortonworks Ambari Server Requirements
7.1.7. YARN Master Server Requirements
7.2. Installing the Hadoop FileSystem Plugin for Red Hat Gluster Storage
7.2.1. Adding the Hadoop Installer for Red Hat Gluster Storage
7.2.2. Configuring the Trusted Storage Pool for use with Hadoop
7.2.3. Creating Volumes for use with Hadoop
7.2.4. Deploying and Configuring the HDP 2.1 Stack on Red Hat Gluster Storage using Ambari Manager
7.2.5. Enabling Existing Volumes for use with Hadoop
7.3. Adding and Removing Users
7.4. Disabling a Volume for use with Hadoop
7.5. Verifying the Configuration
7.6. Troubleshooting
8. Updating to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1.x
8.1. Updating Red Hat Gluster Storage from 3.0.x to 3.1.x in the Offline Mode
8.2. Updating NFS-Ganesha in the Offline Mode
8.3. In-service Software Update from Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.y.z to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1.x
9. Upgrading to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1
9.1. Offline Upgrade from Red Hat Gluster Storage 2.1.x to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1
9.1.1. Upgrading from Red Hat Gluster Storage 2.1.x to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1 for Systems Subscribed to Red Hat Network
9.1.2. Upgrading from Red Hat Gluster Storage 2.1.x to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1 for Systems Subscribed to Red Hat Satellite Server
9.1.3. Upgrading from Red Hat Gluster Storage 2.1.x to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1 using an ISO
9.2. In-Service Software Upgrade from Red Hat Gluster Storage 2.1.x to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1
9.2.1. Pre-upgrade Tasks
9.2.2. Upgrade Process with Service Impact
9.2.3. In-Service Software Upgrade
9.2.4. Special Consideration for In-Service Software Upgrade
10. Upgrading from Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.0 to Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1 in a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization-Red Hat Gluster Storage Environment
10.1. Upgrading using an ISO
10.2. Upgrading using yum
11. Enabling SELinux
12. Using the Gluster Command Line Interface
A. Revision History