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...


  • 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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