Easy install via OS package
Setting up a new single-node Arvados cluster should look something like
# add-apt-repository ...
# apt-get install arvados-server
# arvados-server init [some options]
[answer some questions]
OK, you can now log in to https://workbench2.example.com/
# arvados-server health
Scaling up by adding new system nodes should be just as easy.
It is okay if some installation environments (or sysadmin preferences) necessitate additional manual intervention. The idea is to make it extremely easy to start a production-quality cluster on a few suitable types of system that most people can get access to, like an on-prem server or publicly reachable cloud instance running Debian stable.
- Related to Story #16552: "arvados-server init" can get TLS certificates from Let's Encrypt added
- Related to Story #18338: "arvados-server init" can use a local root CA to sign certificates added
- Related to Story #18341: "arvados-server init" can set up a single-node production cluster added
- Project changed from Arvados to Arvados Epics
- Start date set to 01/01/2022
- Due date set to 07/01/2022
- Subject changed from [Epic] Easy install via OS package to Easy install via OS package
- Start date changed from 01/01/2022 to 03/01/2022
- Due date changed from 07/01/2022 to 09/30/2022
- Start date changed from 03/01/2022 to 05/01/2022
- Start date changed from 05/01/2022 to 09/01/2022
- Due date changed from 09/30/2022 to 12/31/2022
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