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.
- Create a spreadsheet using the following format:
- In column 1 (optional header: Name), add the name of the node.
- In column 2 (optional header: URL), add the node’s URL. Use this format: http://<node ip>:<port> or http://<hostname>:<port>.
- 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.
- 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
- Click Upload CSV file or drag the file to the box.
- Click Add.
Optional: Add node servers manually
To add an individual node:
- Click Add a node server manually.
- Enter a name for the node.
- Enter the node URL. Use this format: http://<node ip>:<port> or http://<hostname>:<port>.
- 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.
- 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.