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  1. Download the ricci package, and install it on each of the nodes of the cluster, by running the following command:
    yum install ricci
  2. Start the ricci service by running the following command:
    service ricci start
  3. Reset the password of user ricci on each of the nodes in the cluster, by running the following command:
    passwd ricci
  4. Download the luci package and install it on the server node, by running the following command:
    yum install luci
  5. Start the luci service by running the following command:
    service luci start
  6. On a new browser window, open the link https://ServerHostName:8084 and accept the settings.
  7. To log on, enter the root log-in credentials of the server on which luci is installed.
  8. Click Manage Clusters, and select Create to create a cluster.
  9. Provide the node name, password, ricci host name, and ricci port. Use the same password that you have set for user ricci in step 3.
  10. Select the Enable shared storage support check box and click Submit.
    The cluster formation process may take several minutes to complete.
  11. After the cluster is formed, select each node and click Join to make the node a part of the cluster.

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