SSH into your AWS instance.
Switch to the root user and update the system.
sudo -i zypper refresh zypper update
Configure storage with the suma-storage tool. For help see:
suma-storage --helpThis tool simplifies creating the storage disk device and database device.
lsblk to see the names of your disk devices. You will see a list of partitions that were created when we configured the AWS image.
Root partition 200 GB
Spacewalk storage 500 GB
Database storage 80 GB
Format the command in the following manner:
suma-storage <storage-disk-device> [<database-disk-device>] #For example: suma-storage /dev/nvme1n1 /dev/nvme2n1
This command will create the following storage locations:
``` /manager_storage /manager_storage/spacewalk ``` ``` /var/spacewalk /var/cache/rhn /var/lib/spacewalk ```
yast2 susemanager_setup as root.
For more information on a typical SUSE Manager installation, see Server Setup.