To install the Eucalyptus 4.4 Management Console,
complete the steps in this topic.
- The Eucalyptus Management Console package is
installed with the Eucalyptus
repositories. These instructions assume that you're installing the console on a
host machine that's already running Eucalyptus.
- If you're installing the console on a
stand-alone machine, see the Eucalyptus Installation Guide to set up
the Eucalyptus repositories before following the instructions below.
- You must install and enable the RHEL 7 ‘rhel-7-server-extras-rpms’ repository before
installing the console. See Install RHEL 7 Repositories for Console Support. (CentOS enables the 'extras' repo by default. See https://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories for more
- The version of the Management Console you're running must be the same as the version
of Eucalyptus you're running. Running
different versions is not supported.
- The Eucalyptus Management Console package installs only on 64-bit architectures.
Important: python-nss cannot be installed on any system running the Management Console.
And in certain CentOS/RHEL default installs (not the "minimal" but others),
python-nss is installed by default. If the python-nss package is installed,
remove it with "yum remove" or "rpm -e". The
console will not operate correctly with this package installed. If you run
software which requires python-nss, install the console on another system.
Install the Eucalyptus Management
Console on CentOS and RHEL
Run the following command to install the Eucalyptus Management Console:
Your installation is now complete.