Please ensure that the TrilioVault Appliance has been updated to the latest hotfix before continuing the installation.
Change the nova user id on the TrilioVault Nodes
TrilioVault is by default using the nova user id and group id 162:162
Ansible Openstack is not always 'nova' user id 162 on nova-compute containers.
The 'nova' user id on the TrilioVault nodes need to be set the same as in the nova-compute containers. Do the following steps on all TrilioVault nodes in case of nova id not being 162:162:
Download the shell script that will change the user-id
Assign executable permissions
Edit script to use the correct nova id
Execute the script
Verify that 'nova' user and group id has changed to the desired value
#### Provide one of follwoing two values in s3_type variable, string's case should be match
#### Required field(s) for all S3 backends except Amazon
###details of datamover API
##If SSL is enabled "DMAPI_ENABLED_SSL_APIS" value should be dmapi.
##If SSL is disabled "DMAPI_ENABLED_SSL_APIS" value should be empty.
#### Any service is using Ceph Backend then set ceph_backend_enabled value to True
#Set verbosity level and run playbooks with -vvv option to display custom debug messages
Deploy TrilioVault components
Run the following commands to deploy only TrilioVault components in case of an already deployed Ansible Openstack.
# To create Dmapi container
#To Deploy Trilio Components
#To configure Haproxy for Dmapi
If Ansible Openstack is not already deployed then run the native Openstack deployment commands to deploy Openstack and Trilio Components together.
An example for the native deployment command is given below: