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Administering Clusters

Updated: July 17, 2017

SSHing into Nodes

These instructions explain how to set up an SSH connection to your DC/OS cluster from an outside network. If you are on the same network as your cluster or connected by using VPN, ...

Finding a Public Agent IP

After you have installed DC/OS with a public agent node declared, you can navigate to the public IP address of your public agent node. Prerequisites DC/OS is installed with at leas...

Component Management

The component management API controls installation and management of DC/OS component services. It is used by the DC/OS installer during install, upgrade, and uninstall. It is not d...

Managing AWS

Scaling an AWS cluster The DC/OS AWS CloudFormation template is optimized to run DC/OS, but you might want to change the number of agent nodes based on your needs. Important: Scali...

Managing Package Repositories

DC/OS comes pre-configured with the Mesosphere Universe package repository as the provider of DC/OS packages, but other package repositories can also be added. You can use the web ...

Converting Agent Node Types

You can convert agent nodes to public or private for an existing DC/OS cluster. Agent nodes are designated as public or private during installation. By default, they are designated...

Adding Agent Nodes

You can add agent nodes to an existing DC/OS cluster. Agent nodes are designated as public or private during installation. By default, they are designated as private during GUI or ...

Updating Nodes

You can update agent nodes in an active DC/OS cluster by using maintenance windows or by manually killing agents. Maintenance windows are the preferred method since this is general...

Deploying a Local Universe

You can install and run DC/OS services on a datacenter without internet access with a local Universe. You can install a local Universe that includes the default packages (easiest),...