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Ceph Cookbook - Second Edition by Karan Singh, Michael Hackett, Vikhyat Umrao

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 How to do it...

As we did earlier, we will set up a Ceph client machine using Vagrant and VirtualBox. We will use the same Vagrantfile that we cloned in the last chapter. Vagrant will then launch a CentOS 7.3 virtual machine that we will configure as a Ceph client:

  1. From the directory where we cloned the Ceph-Cookbook-Second-Edition GitHub repository, launch the client virtual machine using Vagrant:
         $ vagrant status client-node1         $ vagrant up client-node1
  1. Log in to client-node1 and update the node:
      $ vagrant ssh client-node1      $ sudo yum update -y     
The username and password that Vagrant uses to configure virtual machines is vagrant,  and ...

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