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<copyrholder>&#169; 2012, Eucalyptus Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Eucalyptus is a registered
trademark of Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
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<p id="certificate_info">Eucalyptus Subscription allows you access to additional software
modules. If you are a subscriber, you will receive an entitlement certificate and a
private key that allow you to download Eucalyptus subscription modules. You will also receive a GPG public key to be
used to verify the Eucalyptus software's integrity. The files will come in the form of a platform specific package.</p>
<note id="install_ha_note" type="restriction">If you are deploying HA, you must install these
packages on pairs of systems. For instance, “eucalyptus-cloud” is installed on the primary CLC
and the secondary CLC.</note>
<codeblock id="euca_start">service eucalyptus-cloud start</codeblock>
<p id="euca_install_ha_note" product="ha">If you plan to install Eucalyptus HA, we recommend that
you install each Eucalyptus component on a separate host. For example, if you are installing
CLC, Walrus, CC, and SC, you will install each of these components on a separate
host. You will also install each secondary component (the secondary CLC, Walrus, CC, and SC) on
a separate host. In this case, you will need eight machines. Each additional cluster needs four
more machines for its CCs and SCs. This does not account for NCs,
which are not redundant.</p>
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