Default configuration for the Connector

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You might want to learn more about the Connector before you deploy it, or if you need to troubleshoot any issues.

Default configuration with internet access

The following configuration details apply if you deployed the Connector from Cloud Manager, from your cloud provider’s marketplace, or if you manually installed the Connector on an on-premises Linux host that has internet access.

AWS details

If you deployed the Connector from Cloud Manager or from the cloud provider’s marketplace, note the following:

  • The EC2 instance type is t3.xlarge.

  • The operating system for the image is Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 (HVM).

    The operating system does not include a GUI. You must use a terminal to access the system.

  • The user name for the EC2 Linux instance is ec2-user.

  • The default system disk is a 50 GiB gp2 disk.

Azure details

If you deployed the Connector from Cloud Manager or from the cloud provider’s marketplace, note the following:

  • The VM type is DS3 v2.

  • The operating system for the image is CentOS 7.6.

    The operating system does not include a GUI. You must use a terminal to access the system.

  • The default system disk is a 100 GiB premium SSD disk.

Google Cloud details

If you deployed the Connector from Cloud Manager or from the cloud provider’s marketplace, note the following:

  • The VM instance is n1-standard-4.

  • The operating system for the image is CentOS 7.9.

    The operating system does not include a GUI. You must use a terminal to access the system.

  • The default system disk is a 100 GiB SSD persistent disk.

Installation folder

The Connector installation folder resides in the following location:

/opt/application/netapp/cloudmanager

Log files

Log files are contained in the following folders:

  • /opt/application/netapp/cloudmanager/log

    The logs in this folder provide details about the Connector and docker images.

  • /opt/application/netapp/cloudmanager/docker_occm/data/log

    The logs in this folder provide details about cloud services and the Cloud Manager service that runs on the Connector.

Connector service

  • The Cloud Manager service is named occm.

  • The occm service is dependent on the MySQL service.

    If the MySQL service is down, then the occm service is down too.

Packages

Cloud Manager installs the following packages on the Linux host, if they are not already installed:

  • 7Zip

  • AWSCLI

  • Docker

  • Java

  • Kubectl

  • MySQL

  • Tridentctl

  • Pull

  • Wget

Ports

The Connector uses the following ports on the Linux host:

  • 80 for HTTP access

  • 443 for HTTPS access

  • 3306 for the Cloud Manager database

  • 8080 for the Cloud Manager API proxy

  • 8666 for the Service Manager API

  • 8777 for the Health-Checker Container Service API

Default configuration without internet access

The following configuration applies if you manually installed the Connector on an on-premises Linux host that doesn’t have internet access. Learn more about this installation option.

  • The Connector installation folder resides in the following location:

    /opt/application/netapp/ds

  • Log files are contained in the following folders:

    /var/lib/docker/volumes/ds_occmdata/_data/log

    The logs in this folder provide details about the Connector and docker images.

  • All services are running inside docker containers

    The services are dependent on the docker runtime service running

  • The Connector uses the following ports on the Linux host:

    • 80 for HTTP access

    • 443 for HTTPS access