Installing AWS ParallelCluster in a non-virtual environment using pip - AWS ParallelCluster

Installing AWS ParallelCluster in a non-virtual environment using pip

Prerequisites
Install AWS ParallelCluster
  1. Use pip to install AWS ParallelCluster.

    $ python3 -m pip install "aws-parallelcluster" --upgrade --user

    When you use the --user switch, pip installs AWS ParallelCluster to ~/.local/bin.

  2. Install Node Version Manager and the latest Long-Term Support (LTS) Node.js version. AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) (AWS CDK) requires Node.js for CloudFormation for template generation.

    Note

    If your Node.js installation isn't working on your platform, you can install an LTS version prior to the latest LTS version. For more information, see the Node.js release schedule and the AWS CDK prerequisites.

    $ nvm install --lts=Gallium
    $ curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvm-sh/nvm/v0.38.0/install.sh | bash $ chmod ug+x ~/.nvm/nvm.sh $ source ~/.nvm/nvm.sh $ nvm install --lts $ node --version
  3. Verify that AWS ParallelCluster installed correctly.

    $ pcluster version { "version": "3.7.0" }
  4. To upgrade to the latest version, run the installation command again.

    $ python3 -m pip install "aws-parallelcluster" --upgrade --user