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Subject airavata-docs git commit: Added ansible instructions. Removed PGA 0.16 instructions
Date Tue, 13 Jun 2017 13:46:27 GMT
Repository: airavata-docs
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/master e3d77b64e -> 24c19cd3c

Added ansible instructions. Removed PGA 0.16 instructions


Branch: refs/heads/master
Commit: 24c19cd3cedddf4c461bdabd6b9030e704a45d46
Parents: e3d77b6
Author: Eroma Abeysinghe <>
Authored: Tue Jun 13 09:46:22 2017 -0400
Committer: Eroma Abeysinghe <>
Committed: Tue Jun 13 09:46:22 2017 -0400

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 [1]  <a href=""
target="_blank"> Airavata Ansible Playbooks</a>  <br>
 [2] <a href=""
target="_blank">READ ME</a>  <br>
-[<button type="button" style="color:#f2f2f2;text-align:center;font-weight:lighter;background-color:#2481b9;width:160px;border:
2px solid #3980c6;border-radius:4px">Airavata Prerequisites</button>](#Airavata)
-[<button type="button" style="color:#f2f2f2;text-align:center;font-weight:lighter;background-color:#2481b9;width:160px;border:
2px solid #2481b9;border-radius:4px">Airavata on CentOS 7</button>](#AiravataCent)
-### <h3 id="Airavata">General Prerequisites</h3>
-1. JAVA 8
-	- Java installation on CentOS, Mac, Windows, etc.. - <a href=""
target="_blank">Oracle JAVA Installation</a>
-2. RabbitMQ
-	- <a href="" target="_blank">Download the RabbitMQ
Binary</a><br>Select the download file as per the operating system of your machine/server.
-	- Same link has installing guide documentation as well. E.g.:<a href=""
target="_blank">MAC Installation Guide</a>
-	- For  detailed information on getting RabbitMQ started, stopped, etc please visit <a
href="" target="_blank">RabbitMQ Documentation</a>
-3. Maven
-	- <a href="" target="_blank">Download Maven</a>
(java based code building tool).
-4. MySQL Database
-### <h3 id="AiravataCent">Airavata Installation on CentOS 7</h3>
-<b>NOTE: Airavata installation on other operating systems are similar with minor changes.</b></br>
-#### Pre-Installations
-1. CentOS 7 Default open JDK 1.8.0. (minimum) is sufficient. Use "yum search jdk" to find
available versions. Verify versions using "javac -version". Be sure to install the developer
-<pre><code>yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel.x86_64</code></pre>
-2. Download RabbitMQ binary for CentOS 7
-<a href="" target="_blank">Download
RabbitMQ Binary for CentOS</a><br>
-3. Prerequisite for RabbitmQ Erlang can be installed using yum
-<pre><code>yum install erlang</code></pre>
-4. Unzip the downloaded RabbitMQ tar file into a folder in your local machine.
-<pre><code>tar -xvf rabbitmq-server-mac-standalone-3.4.1.tar.gz</code></pre>
-5. Start the RabbitMQ server in the bin folder using;
- <pre><code>./sbin/rabbitmq-server start</code></pre>
-6. Install Maven using yum install. ((install the latest maven 3.3.9. Default Maven default
of centOS 7).
-<pre><code>yum install maven</code></pre>
-7. Install MySQL database
-<pre><code>yum install mariadb-server</code></pre>
-8. Start maria DB with;
-<pre><code>systemctl start mariadb</code><pre>
-9. While maria DB is running run
-When executing above it will ask you for root password; provide it.
-10. Now login as the root user providing the password you gave above.
-10. Create databases required for Airavata
-<pre><code>create database app_catalog;</code></pre>
-<pre><code>create database experiment_catalog;</code></pre>
-<pre><code>create database replica_catalog;</code></pre>
-<pre><code>create database credential_store;</code></pre>
-<pre><code>create database workflow_catalog;</code></pre>
-11. Grant permission to these databases for a new user which would be used by Airavata<br>
-Command syntax: 
-<pre><code> grant all privileges on &#60;DB-Name&#62;&#46;&#x204E;
to '&#60;username&#62;'@'%' identified by '&#60;password&#62;'; </code></pre>
-<pre><code>grant all privileges on app_catalog&#46;&#x204E; to 'airavata'@'%'
identified by 'airavata';</code></pre>
-NOTE: Grant permission to every databased created above. % can be replaced by  'localhost'
(if DB is also in the same server as airavata). If DB is in a different server give the server
+<b>Previous Airavata version:</b> <a href=""
target="_blank">Airavata 0.16 Installation Steps</a></br>
+NOTE: For gateway developers who prefers to install latest version using step by step instruction,
can use the 0.16 instructions as a guide.
-#### Airavata Installation
-1. Create a folder in your local machine (E.g.: mkdir LocalAiravata).<br>
-2. Clone the master source (If you have not taken a clone prior) code from github to the
created folder.<br>
-<pre><code>git clone</code></pre>
-3. After cloning is completed, build the source code by executing following maven command
(In LocalAiravata/airavata);
-<pre><code>mvn clean install</code></pre>
-Hint: To avoid tests (recommended for first time users) use
-<pre><code>mvn clean install -Dmaven.test.skip=true</code></pre>
-4. Locate the tar file in target directory
-<pre><code>cd airavata/distribution/target/</code></pre>
-5. Navigate to locally created directory (LocalAiravata) copy the tar file
-<pre><code>cp airavata/distribution/target/apache-airavata-server-0.16-SNAPSHOT-bin.tar.gz
-<pre><code>cp airavata/distribution/target/
-6. Now unzip either the tar or zip file of Airavata server distribution;
-<pre><code>tar xvzf apache-airavata-server-0.16-SNAPSHOT-bin.tar.gz</code></pre>
-7. Generate Credential store keystore file in the created local directory.
-<pre><code>	keytool -genseckey -alias airavata -keyalg AES -keysize 128 -storetype
jceks -keystore airavata_sym.jks</code></pre>
-For more information visit <a href=""
target="_blank">Credential Store Configuration Documentation</a>
-8. In order to copy mysql jar file (always download the latest available); navigate to Airavata
lib directory
-<pre><code>cd /LocalFolderPath/apache-airavata-server-0.16-SNAPSHOT/lib</code></pre>
-Now copy the mysql jar (e.g. mysql-connector-java-5.1.39-bin.jar) to lib  directory (<a
href="" target="_blank">Download mysql.jar</a>).
-9. Navigate to bin folder which contains file and open it;
-<pre><code>vi apache-airavata-server-0.16-SNAPSHOT/bin/</code></pre>
-10. Update relevant necessary properties in file.<br>
-Change as required. For more details refer; <a href="../airavata-properties">Airavata
Property File</a>.
-	- In sections; API Server Registry Configuration, Application Catalog DB Configuration,
Data Catalog DB Configuration, Workflow Catalog DB Configuration, Credential Store Module
-		- Comment out derby DB properties.<br>
-		- Change MySQL configurations as per the databases created above.
-	- Make sure gateway ID is properly defined;<br> 
-		default.registry.gateway=php_reference_gateway
-	- Server module Configuration
-		- Make sure all servers required to start are added as given <br>
-			servers=apiserver,orchestrator,gfac,credentialstore
-	- API Server SSL Configurations
-		- Give the correct path for key generation file. This is in the bin directory and it is
shipped default with Airavata.<br>
-		apiserver.keystore=/home/airavata/LocalAiravata/apache-airavata-server-0.16-SNAPSHOT/bin/airavata.jks
-	- Credential Store module Configuration
-		- Add the path to SSH key generation file <br>
-		E.g.:
-	-  API Security Configuration
-		- Make sure <br>
-		api.secured=false<br>
-		TLS.enabled=false
-	-  Monitoring Module Configuration
-      	- Add your email address, username and password for email monitoring.<br> This
is the email account the job status change emails will be received from compute resources.
-		 email.based.monitor.password=SamplePassword<br>
-	-  Zookeeper Server Configuration
-		- For 'Production' scenario make;<br>
-		embedded.zk=false
-	- AMQP Notification Configuration
-		- Users can use RabbitMQ as 'Guest' users. This is the easy method. For this uncomment
-		- To use as a 'Production' user <br>
-		Navigate to RabbitMQ bin folder.<br>
-		Make sure the RabbitMQ server is running. For production use <pre><code>rabbitmq-server
-		Create a virtual-host and user with a password. Follow documentation in <a href=""
target="_blank">RabbitMQ Users & VirtualHost</a>
-		To create a user; <pre><code>rabbitmqctl add_user airavata airavata</code></pre>
-		To create a vitrual-host <pre><code>rabbitmqctl add_vhost messaging</code></pre>
-		Provide permission to created username; 'airavata' to the created vhost <pre><code>rabbitmqctl
set_permissions -p messaging airavata ".*" ".*" ".*”</code></pre>
-		Uncomment
-11. Download and install Zookeeper. Use <a href=""
target="_blank">Download Zookeeper</a> <br> You can download and install Zookeeper
in the above created local folder; LocalAiravata
-12. Start Zookeeper
-    - Copy the sample config file to zoo.cfg:  cp conf/zoo_sample.cfg conf/zoo.cfg
-    - Navigate to the Zookeeper bin directory and start zookeeper <pre><code>
-13. In bin start the Airavata server and monitor log messages; This may require JAVA_HOME
to be defined. Some configurations such as in  bin/zoo.cfg and bin/
 may have to be adjusted if some ports are already in use. Ports need to be open as well.
-<pre><code>sh all</code></pre> (This will
run the airavata server in the background in demon mode)<br>
-14. If you are in the target folder use given to start Airavata server;<br>
-<pre><code>sh apache-airavata-server-0.16-SNAPSHOT/bin/
-15. To monitor the server starting up, view the airavata server log;<br>
-<pre><code>tail -f logs/airavata.log</code></pre>	
-16. For subsequent Airavata copies; in the local Airavata folder where source code is cloned
do a git clone for the latest trunk.
-Next is <a href="PGA-Installation" target="_blank">PGA Installation on CentOS 7</a>
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