Output from the create_cluster command

The output may vary but an example for a system called ‘kogtest1’ is:

Creating cluster root in hdfs://.kodoop-clusters/kogtest1
Synchronizing package ver80101-kodoop-pre6 to slider
Installing Kognitio version ver80101-kodoop-pre6
Creating slider cluster kognitio-kogtest1
Installing local copy of kognitio clients to /data/home/kodoop/kodoop/clusters/kogtest1/wx2
Kognitio WX2 Software Installer v8.01.01--kodoop-pre6
(c)Copyright Kognitio Ltd 2004-2016.

Installing in user mode for administration by a single user.
Checking licences...
Using system ID kogtest1.
Creating base directory structure in /data/home/kodoop/kodoop/clusters/kogtest1/wx2.

Installing WX2 software:
Wxpkg file: version 3, minver 2.
Package ver80101-kodoop-pre6, version 8.01.01--kodoop-pre6, version_no 80101.
Checksum: 523515181
Created on: 02-08_14:22:02_BST by andy (Andrew Maclean).
Package root directory: ver80101-kodoop-pre6.
Description: WX2 SQL database server software base package

Installed OK.

Setting current pointer /data/home/kodoop/kodoop/clusters/kogtest1/wx2/current->ver80101-kodoop-pre6.
Writing out system configuration.
Server configuration for new cluster kogtest1:
# This file should only be edited with wxviconf or wxconftool!

[general]
system_id=kogtest1

[logs]
hdfs_log_dir=.kodoop-clusters/kogtest1/logs

[boot options]
external_scripts=yes ## imported from recommended_settings.cfg
external_tables=yes ## imported from recommended_settings.cfg
idle_core_cost=0 ## imported from recommended_settings.cfg
numa_aware=no ## imported from recommended_settings.cfg

[runtime parameters]
ds_ins_batch=0 ## imported from recommended_settings.cfg
Starting slider cluster for kogtest1
Waiting for cluster to start up
This may take a few minutes, please be patient.
If this takes more than 5 minutes you may have a problem.
Cluster started, starting local runtime
Starting local management daemon
Waiting for containers to check in.
This may take a few minutes, please be patient.
If this takes more than 5 minutes you may have a problem.
Checking cluster is stable
8 containers started, still waiting for 0
Checking cluster is stable
8 containers started, still waiting for 0
Waiting for master election
Waiting for cluster to re-connect after config change
8 containers started, still waiting for 0
Checking cluster is stable
8 containers started, still waiting for 0
Checking cluster is stable
8 containers started, still waiting for 0
WX2 system has: 9 nodes in 9 groups.
Disk resources: 400G in 4 disks.
System has 2 unique types of node.
System has 1 unique type of disk.
System RAM 260G, 131G for data processing.
256 CPUs available for data processing.

Detected node classes:
   cp: 1 node
   server: 8 nodes

Detected Operating platforms:
   Linux-2.6.32-431.el6.x86_64: 9 nodes

Starting database server and initializing


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WX2 system has: 9 nodes in 9 groups.
Disk resources: 400G in 4 disks.
System has 2 unique types of node.
System has 1 unique type of disk.
System RAM 260G, 131G for data processing.
256 CPUs available for data processing.

Detected node classes:
   cp: 1 node
   server: 8 nodes

Detected Operating platforms:
   Linux-2.6.32-431.el6.x86_64: 9 nodes

Logging startup to startup.T_2016-07-21_17:04:07_BST.
   -->  Cleaning up unwanted files/processes.
   -->  No processes stopped on one or more nodes.
   -->  Examining system components.
   -->  Configuring WX2 software.
   -->  Initializing internal storage.
   -->  Initializing Database.
   -->  Creating newsys.sql new system script
   -->  Building new database
   -->  Logging build to newsys.T_2016-07-21_17:05:23_BST
   -->  Creating base system tables
   -->  Creating system groups
   -->  Populating base system tables
   -->  Setting privileges and statistics for base system tables
   -->  Set system default character set to CHARSET_LATIN1
   -->  Setting up virtual tables
   -->  Set up ODBC schema
   -->  Creating information tables
   -->  Creating import/export tables
   -->  Setting up logging and control tables
   -->  Creating system views
   -->  Creating external data browsing table/view
   -->  Creating system table comments
   -->  Set up IPE_ALLQUEUES
   -->  Loading default plugins
   -->  Setting up external connectors
   -->  Finishing database configuration
   -->  Replicating newsys logs to all nodes.
Syncing filename <logdir>/newsys.T_2016-07-21_17:05:23_BST
Syncing filename <logdir>/.log_newsys
Startup complete. SERVER IS NOW OPERATIONAL.
Saving logs in /data/home/kodoop/kodoop/logs/logs-kogtest1/startup.T_2016-07-21_17:04:07_BST to HDFS
Saving logs in /data/home/kodoop/kodoop/logs/logs-kogtest1/newsys.T_2016-07-21_17:05:23_BST to HDFS
Initialisation complete.
The initial sys password (your system ID) will appear in various logs.
We recommend you change it now.