Autoscale a LANSA Windows VM Scale Set using an existing Database

게시자: Rob Goodridge
마지막 업데이트: 2016-12-15

This template deploys a Windows Virtual Machine Scale Set with a desired count of Virtual Machines in the scale set and a LANSA MSI to install into each Virtual Machine. Once the Virtual Machine Scale Set is deployed a custom script extension is used to install the LANSA MSI. The database server must already exist. The database within the database server must already exist too, unless its SQL Server, in which case it will be created. If the database does exist it must either not have any LANSA tables or already have had the same MSI installed. This is not checked by the template. Once this template has been run, it must be the only way that an upgrade to the MSI is applied. Two different MSI installs should not attempt to upgrade a LANSA install. This is very important in order that the SQL tables are upgraded correctly. Current databases supported are Azure SQL Database, Microsoft SQL Server and MySql

이 ARM(Azure Resource Manager) 템플릿은 Microsoft가 아니라 커뮤니티 구성원에 의해 만들어졌습니다. 각 ARM 템플릿은 Microsoft가 아닌 해당 소유자에 의해 사용이 허가됩니다. Microsoft는 커뮤니티 구성원에 의해 제공 및 라이선스가 부여된 ARM에 대해 책임이 없으며, 보안, 호환성 또는 성능을 검사하지 않습니다. 커뮤니티 ARM 템플릿은 Microsoft 지원 프로그램 또는 서비스에서 지원되지 않고, 어떠한 보증도 없이 있는 그래도 제공됩니다.

매개 변수

매개 변수 이름 설명
msiURL URL of the LANSA MSI which will be installed on each virtual machine.
virtualMachineSize Size of Virtual Machines in the Virtual Machine Scale Set.
stackName String used as a base for naming resources. Must be 3-61 characters in length and globally unique across Azure. A hash is prepended to this string for some resources, and resource-specific information is appended. Some identifiers use precisely 9 characters from this name and so it can be useful to use exactly 9. The template pads it out or truncates it as necessary to make it 9 characters long where required.
minimumInstanceCount Minimum number of Virtual Machine instances (1 or more).
maximumInstanceCount Maximum number of Virtual Machine instances (100 or less).
databaseType Refer to LANSA documentation for an explanation of each Database Type and the supported versions of the database servers
databaseServerName The name of the existing Database Server to connect to. If the name has /MSSQLSERVER appended, omit it.
databaseName The name of the existing database to connect to.
databaseLogin The admin user of the Database
databaseLoginPassword The password of the admin user of the Database
adminUsername Admin username on all Virtual Machines.
adminPassword Admin password on all Virtual Machines.
webUsername Web Server username on all Virtual Machines.
webPassword Web Server password on all Virtual Machines.
webServerMaxConnect The maximum number of LANSA jobs to run on each Web Server. Setting triggerWebConfig will cause this value to be updated.
installMSI Install the MSI: Set this to 1 to execute an MSI install. Usually set to 0 when updating the stack
updateMSI Update Stack: Set this to 1 to execute an MSI Upgrade. Obtains the specified MSI and installs it. Ensure the LansaMSI parameter is set correctly.
uninstallMSI Uninstall the MSI: Set this to 1 to uninstall the MSI. The MSI used to uninstall is the last one that was installed. It is called c:\lansa\MyApp.msi
triggerWebConfig Update Stack: Set this to 1 to update the web configuration.
trace Switch tracing on. Allowed values Y or N
fixLicense Re-run licensing. It is unlikely that this parameter needs to be used.

템플릿 사용

New-AzureRmResourceGroupDeployment -Name <deployment-name> -ResourceGroupName <resource-group-name> -TemplateUri
Azure PowerShell 설치 및 구성
azure config mode arm
azure group deployment create <my-resource-group> <my-deployment-name> --template-uri
Azure 크로스 플랫폼 명령줄 인터페이스 설치 및 구성