Add the Object Storage Service

Content Platform for Cloud Scale Administration Guide

Version
2.6.x
File Size
1945 KB
Audience
anonymous
Part Number
MK-HCPCS008-10
  1. Create a new pool.

    Services > Pools:

    1. Pool Name: HCPCS Object Storage Services
    2. Pool Type: Static
    3. Nodes: ip_address:9099, …, ip_address:9099
    4. Monitor: Ping
    5. Click Create Pool. Your new pool appears under the Pools tab.
  2. Configure the new pool.
    1. Services > Pools > HCPCS Object Storage Services > Load Balancing > Algorithm: Least Connections
    2. Click Update.
    3. Services > Pools > HCPCS Object Storage Services > SSL Settings > ssl_encrypt: Yes
    4. Click Update.
  3. Create a virtual server.
    1. Services > Virtual Servers > Create a new Virtual Server:
      • Virtual Server Name: HCPCS Object Storage Services
      • Protocol: HTTP
      • Port: 8000
      • Default Traffic Pool: HCPCS Object Storage Services
        Note: This value will only appear if a new pool has been created.
    2. Click Create Virtual Server. Your new virtual server appears under the Virtual Servers tab.
  4. Configure the virtual server.
    1. Services > Virtual Servers > HCPCS Object Storage Services > Basic Settings:
      • Enabled: Yes
      • Listening on: Traffic IP Groups
      • Traffic IP Group: Client Network
        Note: This value will only appear if a traffic IP group has been created.
    2. Click Update.
    3. Services > Virtual Servers > HCPCS Object Storage Services > Protocol Settings > HTTP-Specific Settings:
      • add_cluster_ip: No
      • dd_x_forwarded_for: Yes
    4. Click Update.
    5. Services > Virtual Servers > HCPCS Object Storage Services > SSL Decryption:
      • ssl_decrypt: Yes
      • certificate > Default Certificate: hcpcs
        Note: This value will only appear if a self-signed certificate has been created. See Add the HCP-CS Management Services.
    6. Click Update.
    7. Click the Home tab and verify that the HCPCS Object Storage Services pool you've created is running and has a green status. If it's not running, click the play icon to start the service.
  5. Create a new monitor.
    1. Catalogs > Monitors > Create new monitors:
      • Name: Monitor for HCPCS Object Storage Services
      • type: HTTP Monitor
      • scope: Node
    2. Click Create Monitor.
  6. Configure the new monitor.
    1. Catalogs > Monitors > Monitor for HCPCS Object Storage Services:
      • Basic Settings > back_off: No
      • Additional Settings > use_ssl: Yes
      • Additional Settings > status_regex: 200
    2. Click Update.
  7. Add the new monitor.
    1. Services > Pools > HCPCS Object Storage Services > Health Monitoring > Monitors:
      • Add monitor: Monitor for HCPCS Object Storage Services
      • Ping: Remove
    2. Click Update.
    3. Navigate to Services > Pools > HCPCS Object Storage Services and verify that all listed nodes match the added service. To add missing nodes, enter them into the Add Node(s) field and then click Update. To delete incorrect nodes, click the Delete box next to their names and then click Update.