Just start working with Nutanix. Even if you can create a cluster directly from the foundation VM, it can be just cool to know I to create a cluster with a single command line.
Here it is :
From a CVM (you can open a SSH session, default credential are nutanix and nutanix/4u), run the following command :
|cluster –dns_servers=18.104.22.168 –ntp_servers=ntpserverFQDN –redundancy_factor=2 -s IPCVM1, IPCMV2, IPCVM3 –cluster_name=ClusterName –cluster_external_ip=ClusterManagementIP create|
Once the cluster has been created, you can from any CVM run another command to check the cluster global configuration :
|ncc health_checks run_all|
Another command can help you to check the Nutanix components of all CVM :