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Subject [GitHub] [fluo-muchos] SlickNik commented on a change in pull request #270: Support Accumulo installs on Microsoft Azure
Date Fri, 06 Sep 2019 01:06:26 GMT
SlickNik commented on a change in pull request #270: Support Accumulo installs on Microsoft
URL: https://github.com/apache/fluo-muchos/pull/270#discussion_r321542411

 File path: README.md
 @@ -92,11 +134,47 @@ You can check the status of the nodes using the EC2 Dashboard or by
running the
     ./bin/muchos status
+## Launching an Azure cluster
+Before launching a cluster, you will need to complete the requirements for Azure above, clone
the Muchos repo, and
+create [muchos.props] by making a copy of existing [muchos.props.example]. If you want to
give others access to your
+cluster, add their public keys to a file named `keys` in your `conf/` directory.  During
the setup of your cluster,
+this file will be appended on each node to the `~/.ssh/authorized_keys` file for the user
set by the
+`cluster.username` property.  You will also need to ensure you have authenticated to Azure
and set the target
+subscription using the [Azure CLI](https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cli/azure/manage-azure-subscriptions-azure-cli?view=azure-cli-latest).
+Muchos by default uses a CentOS 7 image that is hosted in the Azure marketplace. The Azure
Linux Agent is already
+pre-installed on the Azure Marketplace images and is typically available from the distribution's
package repository.
+Azure requires that the publishers of the endorsed Linux distributions regularly update their
images in the Azure
+Marketplace with the latest patches and security fixes, at a quarterly or faster cadence.
Updated images in the Azure
+Marketplace are available automatically to customers as new versions of an image SKU.
+Edit the values in the sections within [muchos.props] as below
+Under the `general` section, edit following values as per your configuration
+* `cluster_type = azure`
+* `cluster_user` should be set to the name of the administrative user
+* `proxy_hostname` (optional) is the name of the machine which has access to the cluster
 Review comment:
   Yes, I've tested this property pretty thoroughly. It's part of my standard config to spin-up
Muchos on Azure.  

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