On the control plane, verify that the services, pods, and deployment are running:
$ kubectl get all --output=wide --namespace fleet-management
NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE
pod/fleet-deployment-8449fdc54f-m4fhb 1/1 Running 2 (21s ago) 81s
NAME TYPE CLUSTER-IP EXTERNAL-IP PORT(S) AGE
service/fleet-service NodePort 10.97.216.230 <none> 9090:32764/TCP,1883:32765/TCP,7070:32766/TCP,8883:32767/TCP 42s
NAME READY UP-TO-DATE AVAILABLE AGE
deployment.apps/fleet-deployment 1/1 1 1 81s
NAME DESIRED CURRENT READY AGE
replicaset.apps/fleet-deployment-8449fdc54f 1 1 1 81s
ThingsBoard* runs on the control plane, but it can be accessed from any machine on the same network by:
# Open Firefox and go to:
<control plane IP Address>:32764
Installing VNC on the control plane node breaks the Intel® Smart Edge Open installation. Intel recommends that you access ThingsBoard* on the control plane without VNC or from any other system in the same network.
Expected result: A ThingsBoard* login interface appears.
If the ThingsBoard* login interface does not appear, set your browser settings to No Proxy. If the ThingsBoard* login interface still does not appear, see Troubleshooting.
If the playbook does not install, or the services, pods, or deployment are not running, first check if the installation was successful even if ansible-playbook failed.
If the installation was unsuccessful, uninstall and reinstall the playbook.