Installing the operating system on the first node of the cluster
|Article:HOWTO60425|||||Created: 2011-10-20|||||Updated: 2012-02-03|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO60425|
To install the operating system
The installation starts with a System Probing (discovery) screen. System discovery includes locating USB drives on the node, FireWire devices, floppy disk devices, hard disk devices, and so on. System discovery happens automatically, you do not have to input any information.
On the Preparing Hard Disk: Select install device screen, select the hard disk you want to use for the installation device. All hard disks that are found during system discovery are included on the list.
To set the time zone, use the Arrow keys to navigate in the Region column. Once you have highlighted the correct region, use the Tab key to navigate to the Time Zone column. Select the time zone that applies to your location.
At this stage the operating system is installed. After you install the operating system, confirm that all devices (Ethernet interface cards, host bus adapters, and so on) are properly detected and visible to the running operating system.
You can follow the same steps that are shown in this section to install the operating system on additional nodes in the cluster, or you can continue and install FileStore software on the first node of the cluster. Symantec recommends installing the FileStore software.
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