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Quickly (less than five minutes) install and run a default EPAS 11 cluster on RHEL 6 or RHEL 7

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Objective

Quickly (less than five minutes) install and run a default EPAS 11 cluster on RHEL 6 or RHEL 7

 

Prerequisites

Running instance of RHEL/CentOS 6/7 with root access

 

Components

There are three primary components to EPAS:

  1. EPAS 11 Installation (/var/lib/edb/as11/)

  2. EPAS 11 Cluster Directories (user configurable, but defaults to /var/lib/edb/as11/data)

    1. pg_hba.conf - Postgres Host Based Access file specifices who can connect to the cluster
    2. postgresql.conf - Postgres main configuration file with all other configuration settings for the cluster
  3. # # Congratulations! You have successfully installed, configured, and connected to your first EPAS 11 cluster.


##Here is a quick, complete example for installing EDB Postgres v10 on RHEL/CentOS 6/7:

#
# Install the new EDB Repo
#
yum install -y http://yum.enterprisedb.com/edbrepos/edb-repo-latest.noarch.rpm
yum install -y epel-release
#
# Configure the edb.repo username/password
#

#
# Enable EPAS 10, dependencies, and tools repositories
#
# Configure the edb.repo username/password
#

#
# Enable EPAS 10, dependencies, and tools repositories
#
export YUM_USER= #####Please provide your username for the edb yum repo
export YUM_PASSWORD=  ###Please provide your password for the edb yum repo

# Configure the edb.repo username/password
#
#
# Enable EPAS 10, dependencies, and tools repositories
#

sed -i "s/<username>:<password>/$YUM_USER:$YUM_PASSWORD/g" /etc/yum.repos.d/edb.repo
sed -i "\/edbas11/,/gpgcheck/ s/enabled=0/enabled=1/" /etc/yum.repos.d/edb.repo
sed -i "\/enterprisedb-dependencies/,/gpgcheck/ s/enabled=0/enabled=1/" /etc/yum.repos.d/edb.repo
sed -i "\/enterprisedb-tools/,/gpgcheck/ s/enabled=0/enabled=1/" /etc/yum.repos.d/edb.repo
#


# Install EPAS 11
#
#yum install -y edb-as11-server-core ##if you want to install just the core-database
yum install -y edb-as11-server

if [ `cat /etc/redhat-release | grep "release 7" | wc -l` = 1 ]
then
/usr/edb/as11/bin/edb-as-11-setup initdb
su - enterprisedb -c "sed -i \"s/ident/md5/g\" /var/lib/edb/as11/data/pg_hba.conf" \
&& echo "host all all 0.0.0.0/0 md5" >>/var/lib/edb/as11/data/pg_hba.conf
systemctl start edb-as-11
su - enterprisedb -c "/usr/edb/as11/bin/psql -d edb -c 'alter user enterprisedb identified by enterprisedb'"
elif [ `cat /etc/redhat-release | grep "release 6" | wc -l` = 1 ]
then
service edb-as-11 initdb
su - enterprisedb -c "sed -i \"s/ident/md5/g\" /var/lib/edb/as11/data/pg_hba.conf" \
&& echo "host all all 0.0.0.0/0 md5" >>/var/lib/edb/as11/data/pg_hba.conf
su - enterprisedb -c "psql -d edb -c 'alter user enterprisedb identified by enterprisedb'"
service edb-as-11 start
fi

 

su - enterprisedb
psql -d edb
select version();
select * from dual;
exit
exit

 

 

Summary

This guide is intended to get you up and started with a default installation of EPAS 11 as quickly as possible.  This is just the beginning though.  Please stay tuned for more tutorials and demos of specific features available in EPAS 11