Provisioning a cluster

To provision or reprovision an existing cluster, run:

$ adam provision -n [cluster-name]

EXAMPLE: To provision the cluster named “cluster”:

$ adam provision -n cluster

Customizing the provision command–advanced

By default, the adam provision command:

  • Checks SSH connectivity.
  • Creates a default user.
  • Installs Salt.
  • Syncs formulas.
  • Provisions enabled plugins and security settings that are defined in the cluster’s profile.

To run only a portion of this provisioning process, use adam provision options and subcommands to control what happens during provisioning.

Run adam provision --help to see the available options and subcommands:

$ adam provision --help
Usage: adam provision [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

  Execute all the provisioning steps for a cluster

  See subcommands help for more info. Usage: adam provision -n

  -n, --cluster TEXT    Cluster name  [required]
  --flush-iptables      Flush IPTables  [default: False]
  --selinux-permissive  Set SELinux to permissive  [default:
  --selinux-context     Set SELinux contexts  [default: False]
  --plugins             Install enabled plugins on provision
                          [default: False]
  -h, --help            Show this message and exit.

  anaconda-user       Create the default anaconda user in all
                        the nodes
  check-ssh           Check SSH connection to the nodes
  flush-iptables      Flush IPTables
  plugins             Provision enabled plugins
  roles               Set roles on the cluster nodes
  salt                Provision Salt
  security-settings   Execute the security settings
  selinux-context     Set SELinux contexts
  selinux-permissive  Set SELinux to permissive
  sync                Sync formulas and settings

EXAMPLE: To check SSH connectivity to all of the nodes in an existing cluster:

$ adam provision -n cluster check-ssh
Checking SSH connection to nodes
2016-10-03 22:10:49,327 - adam.models - DEBUG - Checking ssh
connection for
2016-10-03 22:10:50,905 - adam.models - DEBUG - SSH
connection to OK
2016-10-03 22:10:51,008 - adam.models - DEBUG - Checking ssh
connection for
2016-10-03 22:10:51,996 - adam.models - DEBUG - SSH
connection to OK
| Node IP       | SSH Available |
|  | True          |
| | True          |
| All nodes     | True          |