Add the node servers

Now, you need to associate the node servers with the G Suite Migrate platform so that they can run actions.

Tip: If you are cloning node servers in Google Cloud Engine, make sure you clone before you associate the nodes.

Step 1: Create a CSV file for multiple entries

You can add multiple nodes using a CSV file.

  1. Create a spreadsheet using the following format:
    1. In column 1 (optional header: Name), add the name of the node.
    2. In column 2 (optional header: URL), add the node’s URL. Use this format: http://<node ip>:<port> or http://<hostname>:<port>.
    3. In column 3 (optional header: Access key), add the node’s access key that you created when you installed the node server. For details about the access key, see Install the node servers.
  2. Save the spreadsheet as a CSV file. Make sure the character encoding of the CSV file is set to UTF-8. 

Step 2: Add node servers using a CSV file

  1. Click Upload CSV file or drag the file to the box.
  2. Click Add.

Optional: Add node servers manually

To add an individual node:

  1. Click Add a node server manually.
  2. Enter a name for the node.
  3. Enter the node URL. Use this format: http://<node ip>:<port> or http://<hostname>:<port>.
  4. Enter the node’s access key that you created when you installed the node server.

    Important: If you incorrectly enter the access key 3 times, the session will time out. Wait a few minutes before trying again.

  5. Click Add.

Tip: To see all associated nodes and their status, or to add nodes later, in the top-right corner of the G Suite Migrate platform, click Servers.

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