Software Requirements for Anypoint Private Cloud
The following sections list the software required to install and run the Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition.
The following Linux distributions are supported:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), versions 7.4.x, and 7.5.x
CentOS, versions 7.4.x, and 7.5.x
Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition supports the default SELinux profile running in strict mode. If your environment uses a custom profile, it must provide an unconstrained user context when running the installer. Review any custom profiles with your customer support representative.
Ensure that the following kernel modules are enabled:
Verify that each module is loaded using the following as an example:
root$ lsmod | grep br_netfilter
Repeat this command for each of the kernel modules above. If this command does not display any output, then the module is not loaded. In this case, load the module using
root$ modprobe br_netfilter
To ensure the module is loaded after a reboot:
root$ echo 'br_netfilter' > /etc/modules-load.d/br_netfilter.conf
br_netfilter with the name of the kernel module you are checking.
The following flags must be turned on:
Ensure that there are no processes on your system that set this flag to false. To set a parameter you can use
sysctl -w, for example:
root$ sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1
To make the changes permanent for the next reboot, write it to a file under
echo net.ipv4.ip_forward=1 >> /etc/sysctl.d/10-ipv4-forwarding.conf
Replace the setting above with the setting you are configuring. Ensure there are no processes or files conflicting with those settings.
Ensure that the clocks on all servers are synchronized. Unsynchronized clocks can cause problems with platform communications.