This topic describes how to register the Walrus Backend service with the Cloud
- You must be using the Walrus Backend service as your object storage provider.
- The Cloud Controller must be properly installed and started.
To register the Walrus Backend service with the Eucalyptus cloud
Note: This task is not necessary if you are using Riak CS instead of Walrus.
On the CLC host machine, run the following command:
euserv-register-service -t walrusbackend -h IP SVCINSTANCE
- IP is the IP of the Walrus Backend you are registering with this CLC.
- SVCINSTANCE must be a unique name for the Walrus
Backend service. We recommend that you use a short-hand name of the
hostname or IP address of the machine, for example:
euserv-register-service -t walrusbackend -h 10.111.5.182 walrus-10.111.5.182
Copy the security credentials from the CLC to each machine running a Walrus Backend service. Run this command on the CLC host machine:
clcadmin-copy-keys HOST [HOST ...]
Verify that the Walrus Backend service is registered with the following command:
The registered Walrus Backend service is now ready for your cloud.