1. Select Azure Portal > Virtual machines > Add and enter the basics settings.

Use the following values:

Basics
Item Value to be entered or selected Notes
INSTANCE DETAILS
Virtual machine name lk4lnode01
Availability options Availability set *Note 1
(create new)lk4lcluster
Image Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 *Note 2
Size Standard A1 *Note 3 *Note 4
ADMINISTRATIVE ACCOUNT
Authentication type Password
Username lkadmin
Password XXXXXXXX
INBOUND PORT RULES
Public inbound ports Allow selected ports
Select inbound ports SSH
  • Note 1: Availability Sets are a prerequisite for LifeKeeper clusters on Azure and must be set up.

  • Note 2: Select the OS version supported by LifeKeeper to be installed. Refer to the Support Matrix OS versions supported by LifeKeeper.

  • Note 3: Be sure to select an instance size for the Availability Set. Availability Sets are not available for some instance sizes.

  • Note 4: Be sure to select an instance size for the load balancing rules that can be applied. Load balancing rules are not available for some instance sizes.


  1. Once the required values are entered click Next:Disks.
  1. Configure the disk settings. In this case, a disk for Oracle DB (30GiB) and a disk for swap area (10GiB) are required in addition to the OS disk.

Click Create and attach a new disk to assign additional disks.

Use the following values:

Disks
Item Value to be entered or selected Notes
DISK OPTIONS
OS Disk type Standard SSD
DATA DISKS
LUN 0
NAME (create and attach a new disk)

lklnode01_DataDisk_0

Size(GB) 30
DISK TYPE Standard SSD
HOST CACHING None *Note 1
DATA DISKS
LUN 1
NAME (create and attach a new disk)

lklnode01_DataDisk_1
Any value
Size(GB) 10
DISK TYPE Standard SSD
HOST CACHING None *Note1
  • Note 1: In this case, the cache is disabled for database use and should be configured appropriately according to your requirements.
  1. Once the required values are entered click Next:Networking.
  1. Enter the network settings.

At this time, configure the first subnet that you created in the previous step for the virtual machine. This setting attaches a single network interface. The second network interface is configured after the virtual machine is created.

Use the following values:

Networking
Item Value to be entered or selected Notes
Virtual network lk4l-vnet
Subnet lk4l-nw01(10.3.1.0/24) *Note 1
Public IP (create new)

Name:lk4lnode01pubip

SKU:Basic

Assignment:Static
*Note 2
NIC network security group Basic
Public inbound ports Allow selected ports
Selected inbound ports SSH
  • Note 1: Configure the first subnet that you created in the previous step for the virtual machine.

  • Note 2: In this procedure the Public IP has been set to access via the Internet.


  1. Configure administrative settings, advanced settings, and tag settings if necessary, then click Review + Create.
  1. Review the details and click Create. When deployed with the above configuration, Red Hat Enterprise Linux starts with the installation completed.
  1. Stop the virtual machine to change the network configuration.

  1. Change the first network interface to a static IP address. Click Azure Portal > Virtual machines > (virtual machine name) > Networking > (first interface name).

  1. Click IP configurations > ipconfig1. At this point the IP address is set to Dynamic.

  1. Change the IP address setting to static.

Use the following values:

Item Value to be entered or selected Notes
Assignment Static
IP address 10.3.1.11
  1. Click Save to save the settings.
  1. Edit the network security group to allow the Oracle listener service to communicate using TCP Port 1521. Click Azure Portal > Virtual machines > (virtual machine name) > Networking > (first interface name) > Network security group > (security group name).

  1. Click Inbound security rules > Add.

  1. Add inbound rules.

Use the following values:

Item Value to be entered or selected Notes
Source Any
Source port ranges

Destination Any
Destination port ranges 1521 *Note 1
Protocol TCP
Action Allow
Name Port_1521
  • Note 1: Since the Oracle listener uses port1521, communication to the relevant port is permitted.


  1. Click Add to save your settings.
  1. Next, add a second network interface. Click Azure Portal > Virtual machines > (Virtual machine name) > Networking > Attach network interface.

  1. Click Create network interface.

  1. After entering the required values, click Create.

Use the following values:

Item Value to be entered or selected Notes
Name lk4lnode02-nic2
Subnet 10.3.2.0/24 *Note 1
Private IP address assignment Static
Private IP address 10.3.2.11
Network security group None
  • Note 1: Set the second subnet created in the previous step for the virtual machine.


  1. Click OK.
  1. Make sure that the two interfaces are attached.

  1. Start the virtual machine.

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