To add a new node to your Dynatrace Managed cluster:
Log into your Dynatrace Managed Cluster Management Console.
From the navigation menu, select Home to go to the Dynatrace Managed deployment status page.
Click Add new cluster node.
wget command line from the Run this command on the target host text box.
wget command line into your terminal window.
Run the installer. You need root rights to install Dynatrace Managed. You can use
sudo to run the installation script. To do this, type one of the following commands into the directory where you downloaded the installation script.
sudo /bin/sh dynatrace-managed-installer.sh
su -c '/bin/sh dynatrace-managed-installer.sh'
Following these steps you can install Dynatrace Managed by specifying the user and the command that replaces
sudo. For example:
/bin/sh dynatrace-managed-installer.sh --system-user dynatrace:dynatrace --sudo-cmd "/usr/bin/pbrun \$CMD"
Additionally, for maintenance purposes, please consider adding scripts from the locations below:
You might, for example, want to stop all Dynatrace Managed processes running on a node.
pbrun /opt/dynatrace-managed/launcher/dynatrace.sh stop
The Dynatrace Managed installer works in interactive mode. It displays prompts for values like the installation path and user account. You can accept the default values by pressing
Enter. To override the settings, type your choices in the terminal and press
Once installation on the node is complete, click Back to return to your Cluster Management Console home page. After some time, you'll see that the new node is connected.
Note: The newly added node is only visible when full sync is completed. This can take a couple of hours.
You can add a new node by following the same procedure as explained for installation of the first node in your cluster. The only difference is that when you copy the
wget command from the email, the installer asks you during installation whether or not you want to add the node to an existing cluster (if so, you have to enter the IP address of an existing cluster node) or if you intend to set up a new cluster. You can alternatively use the
--seed-auth parameter to skip this step. In this way, the newly created node will be automatically added to the existing cluster.