Create the Remainder of your Storage Nodes

Having created your Storage Node Pool, you can create the remainder of your Storage Nodes. Storage Nodes host the various Oracle NoSQL Database processes for each of the nodes in the store. Consequently, you must do this for each node that you use in your store. Use the deploy-sn command in the same way as you did in Create an Administration Process on a Specific Host. As you deploy each Storage Node, join it to your Storage Node Pool as described in the previous section.

Hint: Storage Node IDs increase by one as you add each Storage Node. Therefore, you do not have to keep looking up the IDs with show topology. If the Storage Node that you created last had an ID of 10, then the next Storage Node that you create has an ID of 11.

kv-> plan deploy-sn -zn zn1 -host node02 -port 5000 -wait
Executed plan 4, waiting for completion...
Plan 4 ended successfully
kv-> pool join -name BostonPool -sn sn2
Added Storage Node(s) [sn2] to pool BostonPool
kv-> plan deploy-sn -zn zn1 -host node03 -port 5000 -wait
Executed plan 5, waiting for completion...
Plan 5 ended successfully
kv-> pool join -name BostonPool -sn sn3
Added Storage Node(s) [sn3] to pool BostonPool
kv->
....  

Continue this process until you have created Storage Nodes on every node in your store.

Note

Having deployed all your Storage Nodes, you can now deploy additional administration processes using the deploy-admin plan. See Create an Administration Process on a Specific Host for details.