Docker Enterprise Edition and Replicated on RHEL

This document describes the general process of installing Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) and Replicated onto a RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) server.

Step 1: Install Docker Enterprise Edition onto RHEL

For RHEL servers you will need to install Docker EE. This will require that you have a paid Docker EE license or a 30-day trial license. Follow the Installing Docker EE on RHEL document and ensure you have a running Docker EE service before continuing to the next section.

Step 2: Configure DeviceMapper + direct-lvm

RedHat recommends a non-default storage driver for production environments. Follow the Configure direct-lvm mode for production documentation to place your Docker engine into DeviceMapper direct-lvm mode.

Step 3: Install Replicated on RHEL

Once you have your RHEL server running Docker EE you will want to install Replicated using the no-docker flag.

For example, installing Replicated into a Docker EE/RHEL using the easy install method you will run the following command:

curl -sSL | sudo bash -s no-docker