+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #649748 +++
--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2010-11-15 21:28:21 EST ---
(In reply to comment #0)
> 2.2.1 Here's a more concise list of the things I make sure are in place before
> I can properly configure the RHUA. I'm largely doing this as my own checklist
> to make sure everything is present in the docs, but I figured including it
> might be helpful:
> - SSH private key to log into the CDS instances.
> - Content cert and private key provided by Red Hat.
> - If the embedded load balancer is being used, SSL certificate whose CN is set
> to the fully qualified hostname of the RHUA instance, along with its associated
> private key.
> - CA certificate that will be used in the RHUI environment for all SSL
> certificates (i.e. those on the load balancer and CDS instances) and all client
> entitlement certificates.
> - Make sure the RHUA instance has enough space on it for all the packages. This
> will vary depending on the cloud provider. For instance, in Amazon, this would
> likely involve creating a new S3 volume, attaching it to the instance, and
> mounting it on the RHUA. Since it's so variable depending on the cloud
> provider, our only requirement is that it's mounted and accessible. How they
> get to that point is their responsibility.
> - If a proxy is needed for the RHUA to connect to the external (i.e. outside
> the cloud) internet, the proxy information (host, username, password) is needed
> when configuring the RHUA.
I would like to use this to re-construct this chapter. Unfortunately, we don't have resources for this degree of change during this review. Cloning this bug so that it can be addressed in a future iteration of the doc.
Changes made in 2.0 version.
This check list now exists as part of RHUI 2.0 doc (chapter 2.0 Installation Requirements)
This book is now available at http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Update_Infrastructure/2.0/html/Installation_Guide/index.html
Please raise a new bug for any further changes.