Mailstore & Provisioning

Mailstore & Provisioning#

Install Packages#

Warning

In case you install this Role on a Node which already features the Mesh and Directory Role, make sure you do not install the service-discover-agent package.

# apt install carbonio-appserver carbonio-storages-ce \
carbonio-zal service-discover-agent
# dnf install carbonio-appserver carbonio-storages-ce \
carbonio-zal service-discover-agent

Bootstrap Carbonio#

Execute:

# carbonio-bootstrap

The bootstrap command will execute a number of tasks and will set up the node. At the end, you will be prompted with a menu and, if you already configured all, you only need to click y for confirmation.

On RHEL 9 only, restart the node to ensure that Carbonio CE service management come under the control of systemd:

# reboot

During the process, you need to provide these values, which you can retrieve from the first Mesh and Directory node.

  • Ldap master host is the FQDN of the first Mesh and Directory node, (example: ldap-mstr.example.com)

  • Ldap Admin password is obtained from the first Mesh and Directory node (ldap-admin-password)

Join Carbonio Mesh#

Carbonio Mesh will install as an agent, that connects and communicates with the server. The configuration for the agent is created by launching command

# service-discover setup-wizard

This command will:

  • ask for the IP address and netmask of the current Node

  • ask for the Carbonio Mesh secret, which is stored in file /var/lib/service-discover/password on the Directory Leader node.

After the configuration has completed successfully, run the following command, again using the secret.

# pending-setups -a