Requirements

TrilioVault has four main software components:

  1. TrilioVault ships as a QCOW2 image. User can instantiate one or more VMs from the QCOW2 image on a standalone KVM boxes.

  2. TrilioVault API is a python module that is an extension to nova api service. This module is installed on all OpenStack controller nodes

  3. TrilioVault Datamover is a python module that is installed on every OpenStack compute nodes

  4. TrilioVault horizon plugin is installed as an add on to horizon servers. This module is installed on every server that runs horizon service.

System requirements TrilioVault Appliance

The TrilioVault Appliance gets delivered as a qcow2 image, which gets attached to a virtual machine.

Trilio supports only KVM based hypervisors.

The TrilioVault Appliance is not supported as instance inside Openstack.

The recommended size of the VM for the TrilioVault Appliance is:

Ressource

Value

vCPU

4

RAM

24 GB

The qcow2 image itself defines the 40GB disk size of the VM.

In the rare case of the TrilioVault Appliance database or log files getting larger than 40GB disk, contact or open a ticket with Trilio Customer Success to attach another drive to the TrilioVault Appliance.

2.3. Software Requirements

TrilioVault has been tested and verified

Software

Version

Ubuntu

Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

CentOS

7, 8

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

7, 8

virsh

libvirt 2.0.0 and above

QEMU

2.0.0 and above

qemu-img

2.6.0 and above

Additional it is necessary for NFS backup targets to have the nfs-common packages installed on the compute nodes.