Using the tscli cluster create command
To install your appliance, you must install the cluster.
- Copy the release tarball In your Terminal (Apple) or using Winscp (Windows application), copy the downloaded release tarball to /home/admin/ and run the cluster installer as shown below.
Run the secure copy command:
scp <release-number> admin@<hostname>:/home/admin/<file-name>. Note the following parameters:
release-numberis the version of ThoughtSpot you have on your cluster, such as
release-numberis of the form
hostnameis your network hostname. Ask your network administrator if you do not know your hostname.
file-nameis the name of the tarball file on your local machine. For example:
$ scp 6.0.tar.gz admin@ThoughtSpot:/home/admin/TS-tarball.
ThoughtSpot recommends that you start the session using screen, so you do not lose your progress if you lose your connection at any point.
$ scp <release-number> admin@<hostname>:/home/admin/<file-name>
- Run the
cluster createcommand Run
tscli cluster create <release-number>in your terminal.
If you are using an s3 or GCS bucket for object storage, include the flag
--enable_cloud_storage gcs. GCS is GCP’s object storage, and s3 is AWS’s object storage.
$ tscli cluster create 6.0.tar.gz --enable_cloud_storage s3a
$ tscli cluster create 6.0.tar.gz --enable_cloud_storage gcs
- Fill out your specific information Fill out the cluster name, cluster ID, email alert preferences and the IP’s of the nodes at the prompts specified in Parameters of ThoughtSpot Installer below.
Do not edit any part of the installer file except the sections specified in Parameters of ThoughtSpot Installer. If you delete colons, commas, or other parts of the code, setup may fail.
Parameters of ThoughtSpot Installer
Cluster Name Name your cluster based on the ThoughtSpot naming convention, in the form company-clustertype-location-clusternumber. For example, ThoughtSpot-prod-Sunnyvale-12.
Cluster ID Enter the ID of your cluster that ThoughtSpot Support provided for you. Open a ticket with ThoughtSpot Support if you do not have an ID.
Host IPs Enter the IP addresses of all cluster hosts, in the form 000.000.000.000. For example, 192.168.7.70. Use spaces instead of commas to separate multiple IP addresses.
Email alerts Enter the email addresses you would like to receive alerts about this cluster, in the form email@example.com. The address firstname.lastname@example.org appears automatically and should remain, so that ThoughtSpot can be aware of the status of your cluster. Separate email addresses using a space.