The openATTIC project has entered maintenance mode. New feature development has been discontinued in favor of enhancing the upstream Ceph Dashboard.
See this blog post for details.
openATTIC can be installed on Linux only. It is designed to run on commodity hardware, so you are not in any way bound to a specific vendor or hardware model.
You need to make sure that your Linux distribution of choice supports the hardware you intend to use. Check the respective hardware compatibility lists or consult your hardware vendor for details.
Installable packages of openATTIC 3.7 are currently available for the following Linux distributions:
- openSUSE Leap 42.3 (via the openSUSE Build Service) - see Installation on openSUSE Leap for details.
openATTIC has been designed to be installed on a 64-bit Linux operating system. Installation on 32-bit systems is not supported.
Base Operating System Installation¶
The basic installation of the operating system (Linux distribution) depends on your requirements and preferences and is beyond the scope of this document.
Consult the distribution’s installation documentation for details on how to perform the initial deployment.
We recommend performing a minimal installation that just installs the basic operating system (no GUI, no development tools or other software not suitable on a production system).
Post-installation Operating System Configuration¶
After performing the base installation of your Linux distribution of choice, the following configuration changes should be performed:
- The system must be connected to a network and should be able to establish outgoing Internet connections, so additional software and regular OS updates can be installed.
- Make sure the output of
hostname --fqdnis something that makes sense, e.g.
localhost.localdomain. If this doesn’t fit, edit
/etc/hoststo contain the correct names.
- Install and configure an NTP daemon on every host, so the clocks on all these nodes are in sync.
- HTTP access might be blocked by the default firewall configuration. Make sure to update the configuration in order to enable HTTP access to the openATTIC API/Web UI.
Consult your Linux distribution’s documentation for further details on how to make these changes.