You will need to set up a NFS share on your local network if you have additional app node(s) (a server with the terasrv role) and you have screen recording enabled. Add access to files on your NAS within the local network.
|To set up NFS share, consult appropriate documentation. There are also many online tutorials available that can help with this step.|
|To configure NAS or any filesystem over NFS, or any S3-compatible storage engine on Teramind Appliances, please contact our support team.|
After setting up the storage please follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Configure multi-node settings
1. Configure the multi-node settings on your Teramind Dashboard. Follow the instruction described in this section on Teramind User Guide for help:
Step 2. Setup a slave server
1. Setup your VM. For instructions, please consult one of these sections (depending on your setup) from the Teramind On-Premise Deployment guide:
- Step 1: Setting Up a Virtual Server with VMware ESXi 6.7 Web Interface
- Step 1: Setting Up a Virtual Server with VMware vSphere Client
- Step 1: Setting Up a Virtual Server with Hyper-V
2. Setup the VM's role so that it acts as a slave server. For instructions on how to setup the VM's role, check out the Setting the VM Role section on the Teramind On-Premise Deployment Guide. Please input
terasrv instead of
master when prompted for the server role.
Step 3. Setup a BI server (optional)
It's recommended that you use a dedicated BI server for 1,000 or more users. To setup a BI server, follow the same instructions on Step 2 but use
terabi when prompted for the server role.
About Server Roles
The first primary server is assigned the role