The latest version of R-CORD differs from versions included in earlier
releases in that it does not include the vSG service. In the code,
this new configuration is called
rcord-lite, but since it is the
only version of Residential CORD currently supported, we simply
call it the R-CORD profile.
- Kubernetes: Follow one of these guides to install either a single node or a multi node cluster.
- Helm: Follow this guide.
When running on a physical POD with OLT/ONU hardware, the first step to bringing up R-CORD is to install the VOLTHA helm chart.
Install onos. It will manage both Voltha and the fabric infrastructure.
The R-CORD profile the orchestrator xos-core to be installed.
Install the R-CORD Profile
You are now ready to install the R-CORD profile:
Optionally, if you want to use the "bottom up" subscriber provisioning workflow described in the Operations Guide, you will also need to install the following two charts:
Note: If you install both VOLTHA and the optional Kafka, you will end up with two instantiations of Kafka:
Once your R-CORD deployment is complete, please read the following guide to understand how to configure it: Configure R-CORD
Customize an R-CORD Install
my-rcord-values.yaml that looks like:
# in service charts addressmanager: imagePullPolicy: 'Always' fabric: imagePullPolicy: 'Always' onos-service: imagePullPolicy: 'Always' volt: imagePullPolicy: 'Always' vsg-hw: imagePullPolicy: 'Always' kubernetes: imagePullPolicy: 'Always' vrouter: imagePullPolicy: 'Always' xos-gui: imagePullPolicy: 'Always' simpleexampleservice: imagePullPolicy: 'Always'
and use it during the installation with:
helm install -n rcord-lite xos-profiles/rcord-lite -f my-rcord-values.yaml