SGI® DataRaptor™ Appliance with MarkLogic® Database

SGI® DataRaptor™ Appliance with MarkLogic® Database
SGI® DataRaptor™ Appliance with MarkLogic® Database
Quick Start Guide
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About This Guide
This guide provides an overview of the SGI® DataRaptor™ with MarkLogic® Database appliance
along with getting-started instructions. This guide consists of the following chapters:
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Chapter 1, “Overview,” provides an overview of the SGI DataRaptor appliance.
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Chapter 2, “Cluster Startup,” describes configuration requirements for cluster management
and monitoring, getting-started instructions, and licensing.
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Chapter 3, “MarkLogic Usage Notes,” provides licensing and validation database
information as well as a pointer to SGI Knowledgebase.
Audience
This guide is written for the system administrators of the DataRaptor appliance and developers.
The guide assumes the reader is familiar with clusters and Big Data technology.
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Related Publications
The following SGI documents are relevant to your SGI DataRaptor appliance:
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SGI Management Center Quick Start Guide (007-5672-xxx)
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SGI Management Center (SMC) Installation and Configuration (007-5643-xxx)
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SGI Management Center (SMC) System Administrator’s Guide (007-5642-xxx)
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SGI Rackable RP2 Standard-Depth Servers User Guide (007-5837-xxx)
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SGI Rackable C1110-RP6 System User Guide (007-5843-xxx)
You can obtain SGI documentation in the following ways:
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Refer to the SGI Technical Publications Library (TPL) at http://docs.sgi.com. Various
formats are available. The TPL contains the most recent and most comprehensive set of
online books, man pages, and other information.
To get the latest revision of a document on the TPL, use the core publication number as your
search string. For example, use 007-1234 as your search string to get the latest version of
the document with part number 007-1234-xxx.
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Refer to the SGI Supportfolio™ webpage for documents whose access require a support
contract. See “Product Support” on page ix.
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You can also view man pages by typing man <title> on a command line.
Note: For information about third-party system components, see the documentation provided by
the manufacturer/supplier.
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Product Support
SGI provides a comprehensive product support and maintenance program for its products. SGI
also offers services to implement and integrate Linux applications in your environment.
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Refer to http://www.sgi.com/support/
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If you are in North America, contact the Technical Assistance Center at
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Chapter 1
1. Overview
As illustrated in Figure 1-1, the SGI DataRaptor with MarkLogic Database appliance provides a
content management platform for Information Intelligence.
Information Intelligence
Database
Search
MarkLogic
Application
Server
SGI High Performance
System
Figure 1-1
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SGI DataRaptor with MarkLogic Database—Solution Stack
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The appliance has the following features:
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Two appliance models:
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SGI DataRaptor High-Performance Appliance
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SGI DataRaptor High-Capacity Appliance
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Includes a MarkLogic NoSQL validation database.
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Delivered factory-integrated and ready-to-run
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Choice of four densely-packed rack configurations for each model:
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One-Fourth Rack
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Half-Rack
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Full-Rack
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Multi-Rack
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Ability for application developers (end users or ISVs) to test drive and then reconfigure the
database per their application needs
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Can accommodate best practices and tunables for any database reconfigurations needed for
user applications.
This overview describes the following components:
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“Hardware” on page 3
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“Rack Configurations” on page 6
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“Network Topology” on page 12
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“Software” on page 16
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Hardware
Hardware
This section describes the hardware used in the two SGI DataRaptor appliance
models: first, the servers and then the network hardware.
Servers
This section describes the SGI servers that are used in the SGI DataRaptor
appliance, their function in the appliance, and their specifications.
The SGI High-Performance Appliance model employs the SGI Rackable™
ISS3124-RP2 server shown in Figure 1-2.
Figure 1-2
ISS3124-RP2 Server—High-Performance Appliance Model
The SGI High-Capacity Appliance model employs the SGI Rackable
ISS3112-RP2 server shown in Figure 1-3.
Figure 1-3
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ISS3112-RP2 Server—High-Capacity Appliance Model
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Table 1-1 describes the specifications of the servers in the high-performance model based on the
Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 Series.
Table 1-1
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Server Specifications for the High-Performance Appliance
SGI Server
Node Function Specifications
ISS3124-RP2
Database Node
C1110-RP6
SGI Management - 1U full-depth chassis with 4x3.5” 1TB 7.2K rpm SATA
Center Node
drives in RAID 10 configuration
(Admin Node)
- Intel Xeon Processors E5-2650 (2.0GHz eight-core)
- 8x 4GB 1.5v 1600 MHz DIMMs (32GB Memory)
- 3x GigE ports
- Redundant power supply
- 2U full-depth chassis
- 20x2.5” 900GB 10K rpm SAS drives in RAID 10
configuration
- 4x100GB enterprise-class flash SSDs in RAID 10
configuration
- Separate 80GB SSD for OS drive
- Intel Xeon Processors E5-2680 (2.7GHz eight-core)
- 16x 8GB 1.5v 1600 MHz DIMMs (128GB Memory)
- Dual-port 10GigE
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Hardware
Table 1-2 describes the specifications of the servers in the high-capacity model based on the Intel
Xeon Processor E5-2600 Series.
Table 1-2
Server Specifications for the High-Capacity Appliance
SGI Server
Node Function Specifications
ISS3112-RP2
Database Node
C1110-RP6
SGI Management - 1U full-depth chassis with 4x3.5” 1TB 7.2K rpm SATA
Center Node
drives in RAID 10 configuration
(Admin Node)
- Intel Xeon Processors E5-2650 (2.0GHz eight-core)
- 8x 4GB 1.5v 1600 MHz DIMMs (32GB Memory)
- 3x GigE ports
- Redundant power supply
- 2U full-depth chassis
- 10x3.5” 3TB 7.2K rpm SAS drives RAID 6 configuration
- 2x200GB enterprise-class flash SSDs in RAID 1 configuration
- Separate 80GB SSD for OS drive
- Intel Xeon Processors E5-2680 (2.7GHz eight-core)
- 16x 8GB 1.5v 1600 MHz DIMMs (128GB Memory)
- Dual-port 10GigE
Network Hardware
The following network hardware components are used in rack configurations:
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Rack Configurations
The high-performance and high-capacity appliance models are available in single-rack and
multi-rack configurations. This section describes the quarter-rack, half-rack, full-rack, and
multi-rack configurations for both models.
Figure 1-4 shows the range of data capacity for high-performance configurations.
10GigE
Ingest, search,
process, analyze
text and media
Full rack:
386 TB raw
capacity
Half rack:
184 TB raw
capacity
Multi-rack:
petabytes
useable
capacity
Quarter rack:
92 TB raw
capacity
Figure 1-4
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Data Capacity for Various High-Performance Rack Configurations
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Rack Configurations
Figure 1-5 shows the range of data capacity for high-capacity configurations.
10GigE
Ingest, search,
process, analyze
text and media
Full rack:
638 TB raw
capacity
Half rack:
304 TB raw
capacity
Multi-rack:
petabytes
useable
capacity
Quarter rack:
152 TB raw
capacity
Figure 1-5
Data Capacity for Various High-Capacity Rack Configurations
Note: The following configurations shown in this section are for the high-performance appliance
models. In each case, there is a similar configuration for the high-capacity appliance model.
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Quarter-Rack
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Destination Rack
Description
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48port 10GigE Data Network Switch
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Figure 1-6 describes the configuration of a quarter-rack configuration for a high-performance
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Figure 1-7 describes the configuration of a half-rack configuration for a high-performance
appliance. The rack consists of the following:
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Full-Rack (46U)
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Description
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Figure 1-8 describes the configuration of a full-rack configuration for a high-performance
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Figure 1-9 describes the configuration of a multi-rack configuration for a high-performance
appliance. The first rack of a multi-rack configuration consists of the following:
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The second rack (and subsequent racks) of a multi-rack configuration consists of the following:
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One SGI Management Center network switch
Network Topology
The section illustrates the network topology from the most granular level (node level) to the top
level (inter-rack level):
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“Node Level” on page 13
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“Rack Level for Single-Rack Configuration” on page 15
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“Inter-Rack Level” on page 16
Note: The network topology described in this section applies to both the high-performance and
high-capacity models of the appliance.
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Node Level
ETH1
SGI-MC Admin Node
Management Switch
1 Gigabit Ethernet
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Network Topology (Node Level)—SGI Administration Node
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ETH5 (10GigE)
bond0 (mode=1)
ETH4 (10GigE)
ETH0
MarkLogic Database Node
MarkLogic Data Network
Switch (SW2)
Management Switch
MarkLogic Data Network
Switch (SW1)
1 Gigabit Ethernet
10 Gigabit Ethernet
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Rack Level for Single-Rack Configuration
MarkLogic Rack Networking Layout
Public Network Switch
SMC Management Switch
48port GigE switch
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Inter-Rack Level
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Network Topology—Inter-Rack Level
Software
The following components comprise the software stack for the SGI DataRaptor with MarkLogic
Database appliance:
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Red Hat® Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.2 (2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64)
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MarkLogic 6 Database v6.0-1.1
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SGI Management Center 1.6
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2. Cluster Startup
This chapter describes the broad steps for starting the SGI DataRaptor appliance:
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“Configuring and Starting SGI Management Center” on page 17
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“Starting the Cluster for the First Time” on page 18
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“Re-Imaging the Server Nodes” on page 18
Configuring and Starting SGI Management Center
To configure and start the SGI Management Center to monitor the DataRaptor appliance, you will
need to follow the instructions in the SGI Management Center Quick Start Guide and
appropriately configure the appliance servers described in Table 2-1.
Table 2-1
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Daemon
Management Network
Hostname
SGI Management Center
admin
MarkLogic
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Data Network Hostname
r[rack#]n[node#]-bond0
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Starting the Cluster for the First Time
Use the following steps to start the cluster for the first time.
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Power on the head node of the cluster.
2. Use SGI Management Center to start the nodes in the cluster.
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Log in as root.
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Start the SGI Management Center with the following command:
# mgrclient
The default username/password for SGI Management Center is root/root.
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Within the Management GUI, select the nodes to start, right-click, and select
Power > On.
MarkLogic is configured to start once the servers have booted.
3. Use the web browser on the head node to log into the MarkLogic Administration web
interface:
http://r01n01:8001
The default username/password for the MarkLogice interface is admin/admin.
4. Verify that the cluster powered on correctly and that all slave nodes joined the cluster.
Re-Imaging the Server Nodes
In SGI Management Center, there is a compute image for the MarkLogic compute nodes:
Compute-MarkLogic
Re-provision the nodes with the compute images as needed. Doing so will not impact the
MarkLogic database on the system.
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3. MarkLogic Usage Notes
This chapter describes a couple of usage notes regarding the MarkLogic software:
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“MarkLogic License Installation” on page 19
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“MarkLogic Validation Database” on page 19
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“Additional Information on SGI Knowledgebase” on page 20
MarkLogic License Installation
The SGI DataRaptor Appliance with MarkLogic Database comes preset with a permanent license
key for the basic MarkLogic sofware. If you have purchased add-on features and do not yet have
a license for those options, contact your SGI Sales representative.
MarkLogic Validation Database
The SGI DataRaptor with MarkLogic Database appliance is factory-integrated with a small
validation database that consists of one forest per host. The database name is sgidb and is
provided as a cluster validation. Depending on your application requirements, you may need to
create your own validation database. The validation database can be removed at any time but, once
removed, it cannot be recreated without support from SGI.
To remove the sgidb validation database, run the following commands on node r01n01 as
root:
# curl --digest -u admin:admin http://localhost:8001/sgi/xqy/delete-xcc.xqy
# curl --digest -u admin:admin http://localhost:8001/sgi/xqy/delete-http.xqy
# curl --digest -u admin:admin http://localhost:8001/sgi/xqy/detach-forest.xqy
# curl --digest -u admin:admin
http://localhost:8001/sgi/xqy/remove-replica-forest.xqy
# curl --digest -u admin:admin http://localhost:8001/sgi/xqy/delete-forest.xqy
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# curl --digest -u admin:admin http://localhost:8001/sgi/xqy/delete-db.xqy
# curl --digest -u admin:admin http://localhost:8001/sgi/xqy/restart.xqy
Verify that the following events occurred:
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The sgidb-http:10000 and sgidb-xcc:10001 services have been removed.
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Database sgidb has been removed from the Database section.
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The sgidb forests have been removed from the Forest section.
Additional Information on SGI Knowledgebase
You can find the customary SGI customer manuals on the SGI Technical Publications Library
(See “Related Publications” on page viii.). You can find additional information about the
SGI DataRaptor Appliance with MarkLogic Database on SGI Knowledgebase. This
knowledgebase is a repository of support information including troubleshooting guides, how-tos,
start-heres, and technical solution documents. The following are several usage notes about
SGI Knowledgebase:
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SGI Knowledgebase requires an SGI Supportfolio user id and password. If you do not have
such validation, go to https://support.sgi.com/register_request.
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The URL for SGI Knowledgebase is https://support.sgi.com/Knowledgebase.
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SGI Knowledgebase has a conventional web search interface. You can find the desired
documents by entering some combination of the following terms:
–
dataraptor
–
marklogic
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