Add a Node to Runtime Fabric (Linux 7.8 localhost)

Add a Node to Runtime Fabric (Linux 7.8 localhost)

In this article, see how to add a node to Runtime Fabric. Add Node in the specific controller in MuleSoft Runtime Fabric. Here are subsequent steps to add worker (MuleSoft runtime) once the controller is ready to operate...

Prerequisites

  • The controller should be up and available. In below screen, controller

  • Prepare worker node with prerequisite recommended by MuleSoft
  • Runtime fabric will create a standard worker on each node server. Furthermore, each node required a minimum of 15 GB Memory/ temp with a minimum of 20 GB. Will suggest assigning some extra space as based on operation some time it throws space validation error.
  • A minimum of 250 GB dedicated disk.

Follow MuleSoft doc:

MuleSoft doc

Here is a sample server which is ready to add in a specific controller...

Fdisk details for the worker node as below:

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