You may want to set up Hazelcast Simulator on the environments different than your clusters placed on a cloud: for example, your local machines, a test laboratory, etc. In this case, perform the following steps.
SIMULATOR_HOME/conf/simulator.properties to your working directory.
USER in the
simulator.properties file if you want to use a different user name than
Create an RSA key pair or use an existing one. Using the key should not require entering the pass-phrase manually. A key with pass-phrase and ssh-agent-forwarding is strongly recommended, but a key without a pass-phrase will also work.
You can check whether a key pair exists with this command:
ls -al ~/.ssh
If it does not exist, you can create a key pair on the client machine with this command:
ssh-keygen -t rsa
You will get a few more questions:
Copy the public key into the
~/.ssh/authorized_keys file on the remote machines with this command:
agents.txt file and add the IP addresses of the machines. The content of the
agents.txt file with the IP addresses added looks like the following:
Run the command
provisioner --restart to verify.
NOTE: For the full description of the
simulator.properties file, please refer to the Simulator.Properties File Description section.