Hi Team , if anyone have idea about , how to setup...
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Hi Team , if anyone have idea about , how to setup ETCD cluster in Amazon linux . i have found some doc but related for ubuntu linux only also old one. The things is that i am going to complete using terraform which having ec2, route53 for all node of etcd.
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Launch Amazon Linux Instances: Launch multiple Amazon Linux instances in the same Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). You can use the Amazon EC2 service to create these instances. Ensure that the security group associated with the instances allows communication between them on the required ports.

Install etcd: Log in to each Amazon Linux instance using SSH, and install etcd by following these steps:

a. Update the package manager:

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sudo yum update -y
b. Install etcd:

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sudo yum install etcd -y
Configure etcd on each instance: Modify the etcd configuration file on each instance to enable clustering. You can use a text editor like vim or nano to edit the file. The configuration file is located at /etc/etcd/etcd.conf.

a. Open the etcd configuration file:

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sudo nano /etc/etcd/etcd.conf
b. Modify the following settings in the configuration file:

Set the ETCD_LISTEN_PEER_URLS parameter to the internal IP address and port of the instance.

Set the ETCD_LISTEN_CLIENT_URLS parameter to the IP address and port that clients will use to communicate with etcd. You can set it to 0.0.0.0:2379 to listen on all available interfaces.

Set the ETCD_INITIAL_ADVERTISE_PEER_URLS parameter to the internal IP address and port of the instance.

Set the ETCD_ADVERTISE_CLIENT_URLS parameter to the IP address and port that clients will use to communicate with etcd. You can set it to http://$INSTANCE_INTERNAL_IP:2379, where $INSTANCE_INTERNAL_IP is the internal IP address of the instance.

Set the ETCD_INITIAL_CLUSTER parameter to a comma-separated list of name=instanceURL entries for each instance in the cluster. For example:

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ETCD_INITIAL_CLUSTER="instance1=<http://instance1-ip:2380>,instance2=<http://instance2-ip:2380>,instance3=<http://instance3-ip:2380>"
c. Save the configuration file and exit the text editor.

Start etcd service: On each instance, start the etcd service and enable it to start on system boot. Run the following commands:


sudo systemctl start etcd
sudo systemctl enable etcd

Verify cluster status: To verify the cluster status, run the following command on any of the instances:

etcdctl cluster-health

This command will show the health and status of the etcd cluster.

That's it! You have now set up an etcd cluster on Amazon Linux. Repeat steps 3-5 for each instance in the cluster to ensure that all instances are configured correctly and the cluster is functioning properly.
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thanks i will try this.