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Base ServerTemplate - 11H1

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  1. Info
  2. Images
  3. Scripts
  4. Inputs
  5. Revision History
  6. See also

Info

Current Revision: 12
MultiCloud Marketplace: https://www.rightscale.com/library/server_templates/Base-ServerTemplate-11H1/18119

  • Description - This ServerTemplate is a starting point for custom ServerTemplate development. This template includes the following:
  • Supported Clouds - AWS US-East, AWS US-West, AWS EU, AWS AP-Singapore, AWS AP-Tokyo

Images

The following MultiCloud Images (MCIs) are used by the ServerTemplate. The MCIs determine which operating systems and clouds are supported.

MultiCloud Images

  • RightImage_CentOS_5.4_x64_v5.6 - 11H1
    • AWS US-East, AWS US-West, AWS EU, AWS AP-Singapore, AWS AP-Tokyo
  • RightImage_Ubuntu_10.04_i386_v5.6 - 11H1
    • AWS US-East, AWS US-West, AWS EU, AWS AP-Singapore, AWS AP-Tokyo
  • RightImage_CentOS_5.4_i386_v5.6 - 11H1
    • AWS US-East, AWS US-West, AWS EU, AWS AP-Singapore, AWS AP-Tokyo
  • RightImage_Ubuntu_10.04_x64_v5.6 - 11H1
    • AWS US-East, AWS US-West, AWS EU, AWS AP-Singapore, AWS AP-Tokyo

Scripts

Inputs

MON_PROCESSES

A space-separated list of additional processes to monitor in the RightScale Dashboard. Ex: sshd crond

MON_PROCESSMATCH

A space-separated list of pairs used to match the name(s) of additional processes to monitor in the RightScale Dashboard. Pair arguments are passed in using the syntax 'name/regex'. Ex: ssh/ssh* cron/cron*

SERVER_UUID

A value of 'env:RS_INSTANCE_UUID' is required for proper RightScale monitoring and logging.

SKETCHY

A value of 'env:RS_SKETCHY' is required to use RightScale monitoring servers.

SYSLOG_SERVER

The hostname of the syslog server where log files will be sent. This input should be set to 'env:RS_SYSLOG' so that you can view your log files in the Dashboard.

SYS_TZINFO

Sets the system time to the timezone of the specified input, which must be a valid zoneinfo/tz database entry. If the input is 'unset' the timezone will use the 'localtime' that's defined in your RightScale account under Settings -> User -> Preferences tab. You can find a list of valid examples from the timezone pulldown bar in the Preferences tab. Ex: US/Pacific, US/Eastern

Revision History

Revision Date Published Description of Changes Known Issues
12 Mar 22, 2011 Initial Release -- 11H1  

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