GOS – Linux
In this section, we will introduce you to the how-to steps of preparing a Linux based guest OS for a vSphere blueprint
- Log in to RHEL 6.5 Server GOS (note: this procedure does work for other supported Linux OS).
As a first step, ensure you update the OS to its latest and greatest packages. In RHEL, open a terminal windows and execute the command—
As a side note, we presume that VMware Tools is installed, time synced, and we are able to ping IaaS and CAFÉ appliance via FQDN or IP address.
- Open any browser and type the FQDN/IP address of the CAFE appliance—
https://<IP address of CAFÉ appliance>: 5480/installer.
Connect to the CAFÉ node directly since the loadbalancer for CAFÉ is not configured to respond on the 5480 port. ...