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Bootstrap Carbonio CE.

The bootstrap command will run a variety of operations and configure the node. At the end, you will be presented with a menu, and if you have previously configured everything, all you need to do is click y to confirm.

  • During the procedure, you must submit these values, which may be obtained from the first Mesh and Directory node.
  • Ldap master host is the FQDN of the first Mesh and Directory node, for example,
  • The Ldap Admin password is received from the first Mesh and Directory node.
Join Carbonio Mesh.

Carbonio Mesh is essential to provide communication between Carbonio CE and its components. The configuration is produced interactively using the command.

The command will:

  • ask for the IP address and netmask.
  • Request the Carbonio Mesh secret, which is required for configuration, management, and access to the administrative GUI. For further details, please see the Carbonio Mesh Administration Interface section.
  • This password will be referred to as MESH_SECRET throughout the manual.
  • If you lose your password or the credential file becomes damaged and unreadable, follow the steps outlined in the Carbonio Mesh Credentials section to reset it.
  • Save the configuration in the file /etc/zextras/service-discover/cluster-credentials.tar.gpg.

To complete Carbonio Mesh installation, execute “Install and Configure pgpool”.

To set up pgpool, complete the following actions.
  1. Install pgpool.
  2. Configure Pgpool-II using the following command.
  3. Ensure that the service is enabled and restart it with the following commands:
Bootstrap Carbonio databases.

You can use the password for the Postgres user carbonio_adm, which you set when installing the Database role, or any other administrator user that you have already created.

You can only perform the commands if the relevant Role is installed.