Installation of Load Balancer Plugin with N1 Service Provisioning System


Please look at my previous blogs on Application Server Plugin and the Provisioning of GlassFish in general to get an overview and details on the Application Server Plugin for N1SPS.

The Application Server Plugin allows you to install, install (markOnly), uninstall and uninstall (markOnly) the Load Balancer Plugin for Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 and 7.0 versions. You can also view the list of LB Plugin Installations. Here we will take a look on how to use the N1SPS Application Server Plugin to Install and Uninstall the Load Balancer Plugin.

Installation

Click on 'Infrastructure Tasks' on your left Pane and select 'Install' under 'Load Balancer Plugin' on the right Pane. You will see the following screen.

Load Balancer Installation

Now select the 'Target Hosts', the machine where you want to install the Load Balancer Plugin. Now you click on 'Edit Variable Set'. You will see a dialog where you need to fill in the values for LB Plugin sourceImage (the location to the downloaded LB Plugin bits), Web Server Installed and Web Server Instance location.
Load Balancer Installation VarSet

Once you are done with the above steps, click on 'Run'. This will take a while and you will see the status once the plan is run completely. You are now ready to use the Load Balancer.

Uninstallation

Let see how to do the uninstall of the existing Load Balancer Plugin.

Click on 'Infrastructure Tasks' on your left Pane and select 'Uninstall' under 'Load Balancer Plugin' on the right Pane. You will see the following screen. Select the Load Balancer on the machine you want ot uninstall. Click 'Run Selected Installation'.

Uninstall Load Balancer Plugin

Click on 'Run' on the next screen, this will uninstall the Load Balancer Plugin from the selected hosts.
Load Balancer Plugin Uninstallation

Other Resources

For additional resources, please refer to Application Server N1SPS Plugin - Blogs and Resources


Comments:

last image has a bad link...

Posted by anon on October 04, 2007 at 08:51 AM PDT #

Thanks, fixed it.

Posted by Prashanth on October 05, 2007 at 01:34 AM PDT #

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