As a new user I am still wrapping my head around yugabyte. I’m trying to transition beyond the simplistic setup from “yugabyted start”
I created 3 vm’s running ubuntu 20: db1,db2,db3
When I launch the first YB-Master it gives me a peer not initialized when I look to the web UI for a status. What appears to work is if I use the loopback address of the YB-Master I’m starting to initialize, then after I run it this way I can then run it using the local network address.
This is what I was expecting to use to startup all YB-Masters for the test run:
however it appears on the first run for db1 I must use the loopback address of 127.0.0.1 to get past the initialization error.
Once ran with the loopback address, future starts seem to work with the configuration parameters that could live on all 3 servers without the need to make each configuration different. “–master_addresses db1:7100,db2:7100,db3:7100”
I presume its my unintentional misuse of configuration parameters due to lack of understanding.
Thanks for any help in the right direction