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D-thinker public AMI image on AWS - 20160627
06-27-2016, 03:48 PM
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D-thinker public AMI image on AWS - 20160627
This doc introduces how to start a D-thinker on a single VM on Amazon AWS.

A public AMI with ID ami-b2a365d2 in region 'US West(Oregon)' has been made on Amazon EC2 for users to try D-thinker on AWS. The AMI base is CentOS 7 x86_64 and the D-thinker software has been installed.

Find the AMI

To find the public image on the Amazon EC2 console, first choose the region of the AMI, then search for the AMI by its ID without the "ami-". Check the aws documentation for how to find a shared AMI: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest...http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/usingsharedamis-fi .

You can launch a VM from this AMI. The minimal system requirement to your instance is 2 cpu cores and 4G memory (t2.medium).

System configuration

There're two users, 'centos' (default, sudoer) and 'thinker', on the instance.

Then you can ssh to the VM as user 'thinker' with password is 'thinker' (without quotes) to try D-thinker.

You can log in the instance with the ssh key you configured in AWS as the 'centos' user to manage the VM.

D-thinker configuration and instructions

D-thinker is installed in user thinker's folder ~/think.

After you log in as user 'thinker', you may do the following steps to run the tests:

Code:
cd ~/think/apps/tests/ && make test

If the tests are passed, you are good to try the D-thinker. There are plenty of documents on D-thinker website http://d-thinker.org/documentation.php for your reference.

You can configure the D-thinker for your needs, such as using 2 or many nodes. Please refer to D-thinker Configuration Guide for the instructions.
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06-27-2016, 04:51 PM
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RE: D-thinker public AMI image on AWS - 20160627
A public AMI has been made on Amazon EC2 for users to try D-thinker on AWS. The D-thinker software has been installed for the user named 'thinker'.

Find the AMI

To find the public image on the Amazon EC2 console, first choose the region 'US West(Oregon)' , then search for 'D-thinker-AMI-20160627.x86_64' (AMI name) or 'ami-55a06635' (AMI ID). Check the aws documentation for how to find a shared AMI: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest...http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/usingsharedamis-fi .

The minimal system requirement for your instance is 2 cpu cores and 4G memory (t2.medium).

System configuration

There're two users, 'centos' (default, sudoer) and 'thinker', on the instance.

Then you can ssh to the VM as user 'thinker' with password is 'thinker' (without quotes) to try D-thinker.

You can log in the instance with the ssh key you configured in AWS as the 'centos' user to manage the VM.

D-thinker configuration and instructions

D-thinker is installed in user thinker's folder ~/think.

After you log in as user 'thinker', you may do the following steps to run the tests:

Code:
cd ~/think/apps/tests/ && make test

If the tests are passed, you are good to try the D-thinker. There are plenty of documents on D-thinker website http://d-thinker.org/documentation.php for your reference.

You can configure the D-thinker for your needs, such as using 2 or many nodes. Please refer to D-thinker Configuration Guide for the instructions.
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