The upgraded vRealize Orchestrator instances are configured to run in a single-tenant mode. When you enable multi-tenancy, multiple vRealize Automation tenants can share the embedded vRealize Orchestrator cluster.

Important:

To preserve a backwards compatibility, the multi-tenancy feature is disabled by default, as enabling it is irreversible. You cannot safely disable multi-tenancy in vRealize Orchestrator after it is enabled.

vRealize Orchestrator Instance

IP Address

FQDN

Host A

192.168.11.51

vra01svr01a.rainpole.local

Host B

192.168.11.52

vra01svr01b.rainpole.local

Host C

192.168.11.50

vra01svr01c.rainpole.local

Procedure

  1. Log in to the vRealize Automation appliance by using Secure Shell (SSH) client.
    1. Open an SSH connection to vra01svr01a.rainpole.local.
    2. Log in using the following credentials.

      Setting

      Value

      User name

      root

      Password

      vra_appA_root_password

  2. Stop the vRealize Orchestrator services, enable the multitenancy feature, and start the services.
    1. Run the following command to stop the vRealize Orchestrator server and Control Center services.
      service vco-server stop && service vco-configurator stop
    2. Navigate to the /var/lib/vco/tools/configuration-cli/bin directory.
      cd /var/lib/vco/tools/configuration-cli/bin
    3. Run the vro-configure.sh script to enable the multitenancy feature.
      ./vro-configure.sh enable-multi-tenancy
    4. Run the following command to start the vRealize Orchestrator server and the Control Center services.
      service vco-server start && service vco-configurator start
  3. Repeat this procedure and configure vRealize Orchestrator multitenancy for vra01svr01b.rainpole.local and vra01svr01b.rainpole.local.