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NetNumen N31 (V4.2.

0)
Network Management System (General)

User Manual (Volume I)


Version 4.2.0

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Contents
About This Manual ............................................................ i
Purpose ................................................................................ i Intended Audience ................................................................. i Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge .............................................. i What Is in This Manual ........................................................... i Related Documentation.......................................................... ii Conventions ......................................................................... ii How to Get in Touch............................................................. iii

Declaration of RoHS Compliance..................................... v Chapter 1.......................................................................... 1 Installation Overview ...................................................... 1


Network Analysis ............................................................1 Software Requirements....................................................2 Hardware Requirements...................................................2
Single System Requirements for Windows ................................ 3 Single System Requirements for UNIX ..................................... 4 Dual System Requirements for Windows................................... 6 Dual System Requirements for UNIX........................................ 7 Hardware Firewall ................................................................. 9

Chapter 2........................................................................ 11 Database Installation .................................................... 11


Oracle Database Installation ........................................... 11
Hardware Requirements....................................................... 11 Software Requirements........................................................ 12 Installation Preparation........................................................ 13 Installing Oracle 9i .............................................................. 20 Oracle 9i Post Installation Check ........................................... 22 Configuring Database .......................................................... 23 Installing Oracle9i Service Pack............................................. 25

SQL Server Database Installation .................................... 31

Chapter 3........................................................................ 41 NMS Installation ............................................................ 41


Overview ..................................................................... 41 Installing NMS for Windows ............................................ 42
Installing NMS Client and Server ...........................................42 Installing NMS Client............................................................44 Configuring NMS Config Center..............................................47

Installing NMS for UNIX ................................................. 78


Installing NMS Client and Server ...........................................78 Installing NMS Client............................................................82 Configuring UNIX NMS Config Center .....................................85

Chapter 4......................................................................117 VCS4.3 for Windows ....................................................117


Overview ................................................................... 117 System Requirements.................................................. 118 Installation Preparations .............................................. 118
Hardware ......................................................................... 119 Hardware Connection......................................................... 119 Disk Array Connections ...................................................... 119

Installing Operating System.......................................... 121


Dividing Disk Array ............................................................ 122 Configuring Network .......................................................... 122 Configuring Domain ........................................................... 124

Installing VCS HA Software........................................... 131


Creating Disk Array Logical Partition..................................... 139 VCS Software Configuration - Create Cluster ......................... 146

Installing Sqlserver Database........................................ 154


Configure SQL Server Startup Type...................................... 155 Installing NMS .................................................................. 156 VCS Software Configuration Create SqlServer Resource Group ...................................................................................... 157 VCS Software Configuration ................................................ 162

Test Dual System Hot Backup Software .......................... 182


Test Single System............................................................ 182 Test Dual Systems............................................................. 183 Test Rules for Local Dual Hot Backup System ........................ 183

Chapter 5...................................................................... 185 VCS4.0 for Unix ............................................................ 185


Overview ................................................................... 185
Dual Hot Backup Configuration Requirements........................ 185

System Installation ..................................................... 187


Solaris9 Operating System Installation ................................. 187 Disk Array Partition ........................................................... 191 Setting Network................................................................ 200 Installing Oracle Database.................................................. 203 Installing VCS4.0 .............................................................. 208

Configuring VCS System .............................................. 227


Starting VCS Cluster Manager ............................................. 227 Adding Oracle Resource Group ............................................ 229 Adding NM Resource Group ................................................ 237

NM Dual System Test Rules .......................................... 251 System Security ......................................................... 252

Appendix A ................................................................... 255 Handling Common VCS Problems in UNIX..................255


Modifying VCS Cluster Administrator Password ................ 255 Checking Heartbeat ..................................................... 256 Checking Running Status.............................................. 256 Starting VCS in Abnormal Status ................................... 256 Failed to Start Oracle Database after Switchover ............. 257 Faulty VCS Resource Group or Resource ......................... 258 Uninstalling VCS ......................................................... 259

Appendix B ................................................................... 261 Common UNIX Operation Commands.........................261


File System Operation Commands ................................. 261 System Commands ..................................................... 263 Pack/Unpack Command ............................................... 264 Important System Files ................................................ 264

Appendix C ................................................................... 267 Common Oracle Database Operations ........................267


Starting Oracle8i Database Service ................................ 267

Starting Oracle9i Database Service ................................ 268 Viewing Oracle Service Name........................................ 268 Viewing Database Table Space Name ............................. 268 Viewing Database User ................................................ 269 Oracle Database Backup .............................................. 269 Restoring Oracle Database ........................................... 269

Appendix D...................................................................271 Abbreviations ...............................................................271 Figures..........................................................................273 Tables ...........................................................................281 Index ............................................................................283

About This Manual


Purpose
This manual provides user systematic guidelines and procedures for the operations of NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) Network Management System (General).

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for engineers and technicians who perform operation activities on NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) Network Management System (General).

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge


To use this manual effectively, users should have a general understanding of Network Management System. Users knowledge in the following is helpful:

User interfaces on Network Management System (NMS) Operating procedures on NMS

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:
TABLE 1 CHAPTER SUMMARY

Chapter Chapter 1, Overview Chapter 2, Database Installation Chapter 3, NMS Installation

Summary Introduces overall information of NMS, requirements, and installation. Describes installation and configuration of oracle 9i for UNIX. Describes installation and configuration of NMS client and server.

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Chapter Chapter 4, NM Dual Hot Backup System Installation (VCS4.3 for Windows) Chapter 5, NM Dual Hot Backup System Installation (VCS4.0 for Unix)

Summary Describes the installation of NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) dual hot backup system VCS4.3 in Windows operating system. Describes the installation of NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) dual hot backup system VCS4.0 in Solaris operating system

Related Documentation
The following documentation is related to this manual:

NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) Network Management System (ManMachine Interface) NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) User Manual

Conventions
Typographical Conventions ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.
TABLE 2 TYPOGRAPHIC AL CONVENTIONS

Typeface Italics Quotes Bold

Meaning References to other Manuals and documents. Links on screens. Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, radio button names, check boxes, dropdown lists, dialog box names, window names. Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens and company name. Text that you type, program code, files and directory names, and function names. Optional parameters. Mandatory parameters. Select one of the parameters that are delimited by it. Note: Provides additional information about a certain topic. Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs to be checked before proceeding further. Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things easier or more productive for the reader.

CAPS Constant width [] {} |

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Mouse Operation Conventions

TABLE 3 MOUSE OPERATION CONVENTIONS

Typeface Click Double-click Right-click Drag

Meaning Refers to clicking the primary mouse button (usually the left mouse button) once. Refers to quickly clicking the primary mouse button (usually the left mouse button) twice. Refers to clicking the secondary mouse button (usually the right mouse button) once. Refers to pressing and holding a mouse button and moving the mouse.

How to Get in Touch


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Declaration of RoHS Compliance


To minimize the environmental impact and take more responsibility to the earth we live, this document shall serve as formal declaration that NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) Network Management System (General) manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION are in compliance with the Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament - RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) with respect to the following substances:

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NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) Network Management System (General) manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION meet the requirements of EU 2002/95/EC; however, some assemblies are customized to client specifications. Addition of specialized, customer-specified materials or processes which do not meet the requirements of EU 2002/95/EC may negate RoHS compliance of the assembly. To guarantee compliance of the assembly, the need for compliant product must be communicated to ZTE CORPORATION in written form. This declaration is issued based on our current level of knowledge. Since conditions of use are outside our control, ZTE CORPORATION makes no warranties, express or implied, and assumes no liability in connection with the use of this information.

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Chapter

Installation Overview
This chapter covers the following topics:

Network Analysis Software Requirements Hardware Requirements

Network Analysis
Network Selection NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) supports different capacity networks. Select the appropriate Network Management System (NMS) type according to number of Network Elements (NE) present on the network. The four different types of networks are listed in Table 4.
TABLE 4 NETWORK TYPES

Type NetNumenN31V4-EXX-S-1.0 (Small Scale Networks) NetNumenN31V4-EXX-M-1.0 (Medium Scale Networks) NetNumenN31V4-EXX-L-1.0 (Large Scale Networks) NetNumenN31V4-EXX-U-1.0 (Very Large Scale Networks)

NE Capacity < 300 300 ~ 800 800 ~ 1500 1500 ~ 3000

Network Element

An equivalent NE stands for one managed object in NMS. The NMS assigns the different functions to each managed object, which acts as one unit. Different types of device have different functions. An equivalent NE example is listed in Table 5.

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TABLE 5 EQUIVALENT NE EXAMPLE

NE MSAG 5200

Equivalent NE One Equivalent NE

Software Requirements
Platform Support Windows Requirements NetNumen (V 4.2.0) NMS supports MS Windows and UNIX System platforms. MS Windows requirements are:

MS Windows (2000, 2003 or XP) with latest service pack SQL Server 2000 Database, SQL Server 2005 Database Latest SQL server Database Patch (SQL Server SP4)

Sun Solaris Requirements

Solaris requirements are:


Sun Solaris (9 or above) with latest service pack Oracle 9i database Latest Oracle Database Patch

Note: Install SQL Server 2000, 2005 or Oracle 9i database prior to NMS installation.

Hardware Requirements
Platforms MS Windows and Sun Solaris operating systems are normally used as platforms for NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) NMS. These operating systems need different hardware requirements on server and client machines. The following installation:

Requirements

are

the

hardware

requirements

for

NMS

Single System Requirements for Windows Single System Requirements for UNIX Dual System Requirements for Windows Dual System Requirements for UNIX Hardware Firewall

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Single System Requirements for Windows


Requirements Minimum requirements for windows single system platform for NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) are as follows:

Hardware Platform Outsourcing Software Accessories

Hardware Platform

Minimum requirements for the hardware platform are listed in Table 6.


TABLE 6 NT SERVER CONFIGURATION

Name Server

Configuration Requirements Small One server recommended configuration: 1 Xeon 2.8G/2G/273G/, 2*10/100/1000M Ethernet ports One server recommended configuration: 2 Xeon/4G/2 73G/, 2*10/100/1000M Ethernet ports) One server recommended configuration: 2 Xeon/6G/2 73G/, 2*10/100/1000M Ethernet ports) One server recommended configuration: 4 Xeon or more /8G/273G/, 2*10/100/1000M Ethernet ports)

Medium

Large

Huge

Client Interface Computer

Number depends on the central office requirements Number: 1; it needs to provide 1 suit when SS1b, 9000 are connected to upper-level NM via CLI. Configuration is the same as that for client.

Note: Server configuration is recommended therefore select larger configuration depends upon actual (2 73G hard disk as RAID)

Outsourcing Software

Minimum requirements for the outsourcing software are listed in Table 7.


TABLE 7 OUTSOURCING SOFTWARE

Name SQL Server 2000 Standard Version

Configuration Requirements Number: 1

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Name Windows Server 2003 Standard Version Windows XP

Configuration Requirements Number: 1 Number of packages must be equal to number of client machines and interface computer Enterprise Version

Anti-virus Software

Accessories

Minimum requirements for the accessories are listed in Table 8.


TABLE 8 ACCESSORIES

Name Server Shelf Layer-2 Switch

Configuration Requirements Configure the server on shelf if needed Number: 1; template does not supply Layer- 2 switch; directly transfer it from Data Division if necessary. Recommended type: 2818S-LE AC power supply Number: 1; selective; for option instructions, refer 1.3.3 Hardware Firewall Instruction. The current type is: Juniper SSG-520-001 Number: 1

Hardware Firewall

Alarm Warning Box

Single System Requirements for UNIX


Requirements Minimum requirements for UNIX single system platform for NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) are as follows:

Hardware Platform Outsourcing Software Accessories

Do not configure UNIX server unless central office requirements are not completed. Hardware Platform Minimum requirements for the hardware platform are listed in Table 9.
TABLE 9 HARDWARE PLATFORM

Name Server

Configuration Requirements Small Number: 1; SUN V240 (UltraSPARC IIIi CPU 1.34 G/2 G memory/ 2*73 G hard disk/ 4* Kilomega Ethernet port/ Solaris 9)

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Name

Configuration Requirements Medium Number: 1; SUN V240 (UltraSPARC IIIi CPU 2*1.5G/ 4G memory/ 2*73 G hard disk/ 4*Kilomega Ethernet port/ Solaris 9) Number: 1; SUN V4901(UltraSPARC IV CPU 2*1.35 G CPU/8 G memory/ 2*146G harddisk/4* Kilomega Ethernet port/ Solaris 9) Number: 1; SUN V4901(UltraSPARC IV CPU 4*1.35 G CPU/16 G memory/ 2*146G optical interface harddisk/4* Kilomega Ethernet port/ Solaris 9)

Large

Huge

Client Interface Computer

The number depends on central office requirements Number: 1; selective, it is required to provide one suit when SS1b, 9000 are connected to upper-level NM via CLI, its configuration is the same as for client.

Outsourcing Software

Minimum requirements for outsourcing software are listed in Table 10.


TABLE 10 OUTSOURCING SOFTWARE

Name Oracle 9i EE 9.2

Configuration Requirements Select one single-system CPU, two single-system CPU, and four single-system CPU according to CPU quantities. SUN built-in Number of packages equal to number of clients and interface computer Number: 1

Operating System Windows XP Anti-virus Software

Accessories

Minimum requirements for the accessories are listed in Table 11.


TABLE 11 ACCESSORIES

Name Server Shelf Layer-2 Switch Hardware Firewall

Configuration Requirements Configure the server on shelf if needed Number: 1 Number: 1; selective

Instructions

To improve system reliability and stability, NM server and NM client must be installed in different computer platforms.

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It demands higher and better hardware configuration if both server and client are configured on the same computer.

Dual System Requirements for Windows


Requirements Minimum requirements for windows dual system platform for NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) are as follows:

Hardware Platform Outsourcing Software Accessories

Hardware Platform

Minimum requirements for the hardware platform are listed in Table 12.
TABLE 12 HARDW ARE PLATFORM

Name 2 Servers + 1 Disk Array

Configuration Instruction Medium 2 Servers (Single system recommended configuration + disk array (573G) 2 Servers (Single system recommended configuration + disk array (573G) 2 Servers (Single system recommended configuration + disk array (573G)

Large

Huge

Network Card

It needs four network interfaces while configuring dual system. Normally, the server network card is not enough. Number of clients depends on central office requirements Number: 1; selective, it needs to provide one suit when SS1b, 9000 are connected to upper-level NM via CLI, its configuration is the same as for client.

Client Interface Computer

Outsourcing Software

Minimum requirements for the outsourcing are listed in Table 13.


TABLE 13 OUTSOURCING SOFTWARE

Name SQL Server 2000, 2 suits Windows Server 2003

Configuration Instruction SQL Server 2000, Standard version Windows Server 2003, Standard version

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Name Windows XP

Configuration Instruction Number of packages must be equal to number of clients and interface computer

Accessories

Minimum requirements for the accessories are listed in Table 14.


TABLE 14 ACCESSORIES

Name Server Shelf Layer-2 Switch

Configuration Instruction Configure the server on shelf if needed Number: 1; template does not supply Layer2 switch; please directly transfer it from Data Division if necessary. Recommended type: 2818S-LE AC power supply Number: 1; selective Depends on the central office demands

Hardware Firewall Alarm Warning Box

Dual System Requirements for UNIX


Requirements Minimum requirements for windows dual system platform for NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) are as follows:

Hardware Platform Outsourcing Software Accessories

Hardware Platform

Minimum requirements for the hardware platform are listed in Table 15.
TABLE 15 HARDW ARE PLATFORM

Name 2 Small Capacity Machine + 1 Disk Array

Configuration Instruction Small 2* SUN V240 (Single system recommended configuration: UltraSPARC IIIi CPU 1.34 G/2 G Memory/ 2*73 G hard disk/ 4*Kilomega Ethernet port/ Solaris 9) + 1 Disk array 2* SUN V240 (Single system recommended configuration: UltraSPARC IIIi CPU 2*1.5G CPU/ 2G Memory/ 2*73 G hard disk/ 4* Kilomega Ethernet port/ Solaris 9) + 1 Disk array

Medium

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Name

Configuration Instruction Large 2* SUN V490 (Single system recommended configuration: UltraSPARC 1V CPU 2*1.35G CPU/ 8G Memory/ 2*146G hard disk/ 4* Kilomega Ethernet port/ Solaris 9) + 1 Disk array 2* SUN V490 (Single system recommended configuration: UltraSPARC 1V CPU 4*1.35G CPU/ 16G Memory/ 2*146G optical interface hard disk/ 4* Kilomega Ethernet port/ Solaris 9) + 1 Disk array

Huge

Client Interface computer

The number depends on central office requirements Number: 1; selective, it needs to provide 1 suit when SS1b, 9000 are connected to upper-level NM via CLI, its configuration is the same as for client.

Outsourcing Software

Minimum requirements for the outsourcing are listed in Table 16.


TABLE 16 OUTSOURCING SOFTWARE

Name Oracle 9i EE 9.2 Operating System Windows XP Local VCS Software

Configurations Select 2 dual-systems CPU, 4 single-systems CPU and 8 dual-systems CPU according to CPU quantities. SUN built-in Quantities equal to Client quantity + Interface computer Small/ Medium( inner/out country) : local VCS software for SUN 1A server, Number: 1 Large/ Huge (inner/out country): local VCS software for SUN 1A server, Number: 1

Anti-virus Software

Number: 2

Accessories

Minimum requirements for the accessories are listed in Table 17.


TABLE 17 ACCESSORIES

Name Server Shelf Layer-2 Switch Hardware Firewall

Configurations Configure server on shelf if needed Number: 1 Number: 1; selective

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Hardware Firewall
Description Common firewalls are Cisco Netscreen25, 50, 204, 208. PIX515E, 525 or Juniper

The requirements for the firewall are listed in Table 18.


TABLE 18 FIREWALL

Products Items Throughput

Cisco 515E 188 M (Dupl ex) 130,0 00 2+4 FE/GE Failov er 525 360 M (Duple x) 380,0 00 2+6 FE/GE Failov er

Juniper 25 100 M 50 170 M 204 400 M 208 550 M

Talk Quantity Interface Quantity Security Networking

32,000 4 HALlite

64,00 0 4 Master / Slave

128,00 0 4 Master / Slave, Master /Maste r

128,00 0 8 Master / Slave, Master /Maste r, Master /Maste r overall networ k

Instructions

The hardware firewall instructions are described as follows:

PIX firewall with UR numbering is allowed to support the maximum interfaces and memory. UR license supports redundant hot backup and minimize the network down time. PIX firewall with R numbering is limited to support interface quantities and memory. It does not support redundant networking. PIX firewall with FO numbering linked with another firewall with UR license provides hot redundant backup structure. FO license provides fault tolerance function based on status, which improves network structure performance. PIX firewall with UR and FO numbering composed of failover networking need the same type (515E or 525) and same hardware configuration. Security protection between soft switch and bearer network is suggested.

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Note: R and FO numbering cannot work together

PIX firewall with R and UR numbering can be used separately. PIX firewall with R and UR numbering are normally used for security protection between soft switch and management network such as DCN. Juniper firewall port is consolidated. It usually adopts same equipment to compose master/slave, master/master, master/master safe full networking mode. NOTE: N-25 networking mode only provides synchronized configuration instead of synchronized talking and tunnel.

The dual system firewall adopts CISCO PIX to networking as failover mode. It also can adopt two Juniper firewalls to build up master/slave networking mode. The single system firewall can use Cisco firewall with UR and R numbering, or Juniper firewall. Cisco firewall usually configures two Ethernet interfaces and increases the number of interfaces as required. Juniper firewall usually configures fastness port; therefore, it only demands to select type number.

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Database Installation
This chapter covers the following topics:

Oracle Database Installation SQL Server Database Installation

Oracle Database Installation


This section describes the hardware and software requirements for Oracle 9i installation and configuration on Sun Solaris operating system. This section includes the following:

Hardware Requirements Software Requirements Installation Preparation Installing Oracle 9i Configuring Database Installing Oracle 9i Service Pack

Hardware Requirements
System Requirements Minimum system hardware requirements are as follows:

CPU: SUN Blade1000 with a single CPU RAM: 1GB Hard disk: 70 GB

Swap Partition Hard Disk Size

Minimum space for SWAP partition must be at least twice of the physical memory. Minimum free space for the system must be 10 GB. Minimum free space for the user must be 60 GB.

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Command Description

The command used to check the available disk space for user partition is shown in Figure 1.
FIGURE 1 SPACE FOR USER P ARTITION

Software Requirements
Operating System Minimum software version must be Solaris 9 or higher. Use the following information: # uname -a SunOS nm1000 5.9 Generic_118558-38 sun4u sparc SUNW, Sun-Blade-1000 PATCH

command

to

view

operating

system

Download and install latest patch 9_Recommend.zip from http://sunsolve.sun.com SUNWarc SUNWbtool
SUNWhea

Solaris must include the following core patches:


SUNWlibms SUNWsprot SUNWtoo

Use the following commands to view installed system PATCH:


# pkginfo i system system system [package_name] The Zip compression library SUNWzlib

SUNWzlibx The Info-Zip compression library 64-bit SUNWzsh Z shell zsh

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system system system

TSBWvplr TSBWvplu TSIpgx

Toshiba platform links Toshiba usr/platform links PGX32 (Raptor GFX) System Software Device Driver

Application TSIpgxw system system system

PGX32 Raptor GFX X-Window System Support

TSIpgxx PGX32 Raptor GFX System Software/Device Driver 64-bit TWSvplr TWSvplu TWS platform links TWS usr/platform links

Executive Files

Make sure that the following execution files exist in the directory /usr/ccs/bin:

Make Ar Ld nm

X-Window System Run

The following command is used to verify X-Window system running status is normal. # xclock A graphic clock interface pop up implies a normal X-Windows system. If no graphic clock interface pops up, it means an abnormal X-Windows.

Installation Preparation
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To provides pre-installation guidelines for the user. None To install oracle database, perform following pre-installation steps: 1. Run Login as a root user. 2. Click Files and Open Terminal in File Manager window as shown in Figure 1 the Terminal window appears with command prompt # sign. Input commands after # sign and press enter key to execute. #su - root command is used to switch the root user and enter password if prompted. 3. Configure UNIX core parameters for Oracle 9i. i. Right click on desktop short cut menu appears, click Folder and check File Manager Home. File Manger window appears as shown in Figure 6. Open etc folder then run System file.

ii. Following are the additions or modifications in UNIX system core parameters for Oracle 9i: set semsys:seminfo_semmni=100 set semsys:seminfo_semmns=1024

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set semsys:seminfo_semmsl=256 set shmsys:shminfo_shmmax=4294967295 set shmsys:shminfo_shmmin=1 set shmsys:shminfo_shmmni=100 set shmsys:shminfo_shmseg=10 iii. Save and close the file. 4. Create Oracle group. i. Add three user groups install, apchadm and dba in the system administration tools. system

ii. Use the following command to open administration tools in the Terminal window:
# admintool

iii. From the main menu, click Browse and select the Group from admin tool windows. Admintool: Group window appears as shown in Figure 2.
FIGURE 2 ADMIN TOOL: GROUPS

iv. From the main menu of Admin Tool: Group, click Edit and Add, Admintool: Add Group window appears as shown in Figure 3. Assign Group Name, Group ID, Member List and click OK.

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FIGURE 3 ADMINTOOL: ADD GROUP

5. Create Oracle user i. Add users oracle, apache and adm in the system administration tools.

ii. Add a user oracle used for oracle database. From the main menu of Admin Tool: Users, click Edit and Add. Admintool: User window appears as shown in Figure 4.
FIGURE 4 ADMINTOOL: ADD USER WINDOW

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iii. Configure the following parameters (use the system default values, if the following contents are not listed): User Name: oracle Primary Group: install Secondary Groups: dba Login Shell: Bourne Password: Select Normal Password from Password drop down list (Input the oracle user password in both fields, oracle is recommended). HOME DIRECTORY: Home directory route is the oracle database required for installation. It can change according to the different user. Path: /export/home/Oracle (/export/home is supposed to be the system user partition here) iv. Add a user apache. It is used for oracle HTTP server. From the main menu of Admin Tool: Users, click Edit and Add, Admintool: User window appears as shown in Figure 5.

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FIGURE 5 ADMINTOOL: ADD USER WINDOW

v. Configure the following parameters (use the system default values, if the following contents are not listed): User Name: apache Primary Group: install Secondary Groups: apchadm Login Shell: Bourne Password: Select Normal Password from Password drop down list (Input the oracle user password in both fields, Apache is recommended). HOME DIRECTORY: Home directory route is the oracle database required for installation. It can change according to the different user.

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Path: /export/home/apache (/export/home is supposed to be the system user partition here.) vi. Click OK to finish the operation. Note: Make sure that installation path is under system users partition directory. It is forbidden to install it under UNIX system directory such as root directory/usr/var/tmp.

6. Operation for oracle user i. Switch the previous root user to oracle user. Input $su oracle command in the Terminal. If it is successful, set the environment variables of oracle user.

ii. Right click on desktop shortcut, click Files and File Manager. File Manager window appears as shown in Figure 6. Open the directory /export/home/oracle. Click View and check Show Hidden Objects from the main menu.
FIGURE 6 SHOW HIDDEN OBJECTS

iii. Open the .profile file. Text Editor - .profile window appears as shown in Figure 7.

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FIGURE 7 TEXT EDITOR .PROFILE WINDOW

iv. Configure the following environment variables if required: umask 022;export umask DISPLAY=Workstation_name:0.0;export DISPLAY (Workstation_name is the machine name. If the machine name is NM9000, DISPLAY=NM9000:0.0) ORACLE_TERM=vt100; export ORACLE_TERM ORACLE_BASE=/export/home/oracle;export ORACLE_BASE ORACLE_HOME=/export/home/oracle/product/9.2.0; export RACLE_HOME (Set the installation path of Oracle database system program.) ORACLE_SID=uep; export ORACLE_SID (Set service name of Oracle database as uep.) the

ORA_NLS33=$ORACLE_HOME/ocommon/nls/admin/data; export ORA_NLS33 (Set the output character group of Oracle database.) LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$ORACLE_HOME/lib:/lib:usr/lib:$L D_LIBRARY_PATH export LD_LIBRARY_PATH NLS_LANG=american_america.ZHS16GBK; NLS_LANG (Set the output character Oracle database.) TMPDIR=/tmp; export TMPDIR PATH=$ORACLE_HOME/bin:/usr/ccs/bin:/usr/bin:/usr /ucb:etc:/usr/openwin/bin:/usr/local/bin: export PATH export group of

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Note: Information in small brackets () is only for user comments; should not be modified in the file.

7. Switch back to the root user to finish the operations. 8. Use the following command in Terminal window to restart the system:
# init 6

9. Login again as root user after system restarts. END OF STEPS Result Pre-installation steps are completed successfully.

Installing Oracle 9i
Purpose Preliminary Steps Steps To install Oracle database. None To install Oracle 9.2.0.7 for Solaris, perform the following steps: 1. Execute runInstaller.sh file from the path /export/home/oracle to start installation wizard. The installation process begins automatically as shown in Figure 8.
FIGURE 8 RUN WINDOW

2. The installation wizard prompts to extract all the zip files as shown in Figure 9. Enter y to continue the installation process.

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FIGURE 9 PROMPT WINDOW

3. The installation wizard starts extracting all the installation files as shown in Figure 10.
FIGURE 10 EXTRACTING FILES

Note: Wait for some time. Usually it takes few minutes to extract all the installation files.

4. Oracle installation is finished successfully as shown in Figure 11.

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FIGURE 11 INSTALL ATION FINISHED

END OF STEPS Results Oracle 9.2.0.7 database is installed successfully.

Oracle 9i Post Installation Check


Purpose Preliminary Steps Steps To check Oracle database is running properly. None To check whether Oracle database is running properly, perform the following steps: 1. Execute the following command to switch to Oracle user as shown in Figure 12. The prompt changes to $. #su - oracle 2. Execute the following command to start SQL Plus. The prompt changes to SQL>. $sqlplus /nolog 3. Execute the following command to connect to idle instance. Enter user name and password. SQL>connect as sysdba. 4. Execute the following command to start Oracle instance process. SQL>startup 5. Execute the following command to disconnect from oracle 9i. SQL>exit

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FIGURE 12 TERMINAL WINDOW

6. Execute the following commands to start listening process as shown in Figure 13. $lsnrctl LSNRCTL>start
FIGURE 13 LISTENING PROCESS WINDOW

END OF STEPS Results Oracle 9i database is running properly.

Configuring Database
Purpose Preliminary Steps Steps To configure database. None To configure database, perform the following steps: 1. Confirm and modify parameters before executing oracle scripts.

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2. Check time format i-e YYYY-MM-DD HH24: MI: SS. Check nls_date_format properties in the init.ora file to confirm. If this parameter is not configured or format is wrong, perform following steps: For oracle8i: i. Shut down the database first. Modify these two files: <oracle_home>\admin\<sid>\pfile\init.orat and <oracle_home>\ora817\sysman\ ifiles\def_<sid>_<ipaddr>.ora

ii. Add n l s _ d a t e _ f o r m a t = ' Y Y Y Y - M M - D D H H 2 4 : M I : S S ' in the files. iii. Save the files and reboot the database. For oracle9i: i. Switch to oracle user: su oracle

ii. Start SQL*PLUS: $sqlplus /nolog iii. Log on as sysdba: SQL>connect system/manager as sysdba iv. Shutdown the database: SQL>shutdown v. Export parameter file $ORACLE_HOME/dbs/inituep.ora (if the export fails, delete the existing $ORACLE_HOME/dbs/inituep.ora): SQL>create pfile from spfile vi. Add a line in $ORACLE_HOME/dbs/inituep.ora:
*.nls_date_format = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'

vii. Import into $ORACLE_HOME/dbs/spfileuep.ora (if the import fails, shutdown the database and delete the existing $ORACLE_HOME/dbs/spfileuep.ora) viii.Create profile as SQL>create spfile from pfile ix. Restart the database: modification is correct: NAME SQL>startup and verify if

SQL>show parameters nls_date_format

TYPE

VALUE

-----------------------------------------------nls_date_format HH24:MI:SS string YYYY-MM-DD

3. Confirm that oracles character set is ZHS116GBK i. Modify two parameters in props$ table of the sys scheme:
NLS_CHARACTERSET= ZHS16GBK NLS_NCHAR_CHARACTERSET=ZHS16GBK

ii. Shutdown the database and restart

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4. For oracle8i, set compatible in the startup scripts (init.ora and initXXX.ora) to 8.1.0. Otherwise, problem may occur. END OF STEPS Results Database is configured successfully.

Installing Oracle9i Service Pack


Purpose Important Cautious Items To install oracle database patch. This installation takes Oracle 9.2.0.7 version as an example. 1. Confirm patches i. Oracle 9.2.0.7 database update patch packet includes 32bit and 64-bit software. Confirm the information before installing.

ii. For 32-bit operating system, install 32-bit oracle software. For 64-bit operating system, install both 32-bit and 64-bit oracle software. iii. 32-bit oracle software only can install 32-bit patch packet, and 64-bit oracle software only can install 64-bit patch packet.
f f

32-bit patch packet is p4163445_92070_SOLARIS.zip 64-bit patch packet is p4163445_92070_SOLARIS64.zip packet from

iv. Download the patch https://metalink.oracle.com.

v. Click login in metalink. Input user name and password (Please ask NM Development Department for them). After login, select patches & Updates page, then select Simple Search link as shown in Figure 14.

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FIGURE 14 DOWNLOAD P ATCH

vi. Open Simple Search page and input patch number to choose 32-bit or 64-bit oracle software as shown in Figure 15.
FIGURE 15 P ATCH SEARCHING

vii. Click Go to search patch result as shown in Figure 16. Click Download to start downloading.

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FIGURE 16 P ATCH SEARCHING RESULT

2. To verify Oracle product is 32-bit or 64-bit: Input commands under oracle user command (su oracle): sqlplus /as sysdba The result is as follows: # su - oracle Sun Microsystems Inc. Patch February 2004 $ sqlplus "/as sysdba" SQL*Plus: Release 9.2.0.1.0 - Production on Mon Feb 20 13:19:28 2006 Copyright (c) 1982, 2002, Oracle Corporation. rights reserved. Connected to: Oracle9i Enterprise Production Edition Release 9.2.0.1.0 All SunOS 5.8 Generic

With the Partitioning, OLAP and Oracle Data Mining options JServer Release 9.2.0.1.0 Production Among them, the third line is Connected to:. The fourth line can be one of the following contents:

Oracle9i Enterprise Edition Release 9.2.0.1.0 Production Oracle9i Enterprise Production Edition Release 9.2.0.1.0 64bit

If there is 64-bit before the last Production word, it means oracle product is 64-bit, or it is 32-bit.

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In addition, if execute select * from v$version command in sqlplus, the same information may appear. 3. Requirements for oracle general installer version This installation patch includes one oracle standard installer, version 10.1.0.4. Use this installer instead of the installer in 9.2x version or that under oracle installation directory. This patch is not complete software. Install it on a currently existing Oracle9i version. In other words, it means that former Oracle version 9.2.0.x.x is required. 4. Requirements for system Operating systems are: Solaris 8, Solaris 9 or Solaris 10. Oracle version is Oracle9i release 2 (9.2.0.1.0) or later. The version after installation is 9.2.0.7.0. Steps before Patch Installation Perform the following steps: 1. Download and decompress installation software. i.
f f

Select download software according to the original installation oracle bit. 32-bit patch pack is: p4163445_92070_SOLARIS.zip 64-bit patch pack is: p4163445_92070_SOLARIS64.zip

ii. Do not place the patch in the installation directory and sub-directory. Create a new directory to place patch pack, for example, Oracle_patch. iii. The decompressed contents are saved in patch saving directory. $ unzip p4163445_9207_solaris64.zip 2. Guarantee the establishment of environment parameter ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID is correct. Login the account as oracle. Confirm the environment parameter set is correct, check result by executing env command. 3. Stop oracle database and relevant process instances. i. Shutdown the current normal and direct prior-level oracle server instance. Stop all monitoring program, agency and other programs in ORACLE_HOME.

ii. Shutdown oracle example in oracle user account. Run sqlplus /nolog, and link by connect /as sysdba, then execute shutdown command. iii. Shutdown oracle monitoring method is: Start-up lsnrctl as oracle account, and execute stop command. 4. Backup the system. (Selective) Backup original oracle9i installation and database data before patch installing.

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Patch Installation Steps

Patch installation steps including interactive and non-interactive installation.

Interactive installation: When installing patch in one version, which is not Oracle9i version, installer prompts warning dialog box including the following error message: There are no patches that need to be applied from the patch set oracle9i patch set 9.2.0.7.0.

Oracle general installer is not allowed to continue this installation process, click OK on dialog, and then click Cancel to exit.

Installation steps are as follows: 1. Login account as oracle. 2. To install patch from telnet installation mode via Xmanager, perform the following actions: Input the below commands to display direct X applications in local system, and change local_host IP into Xmanagers IP address. % setenv DISPLAY local_host:0.0 3. Input the following commands to start-up installer, which is under patch decompress directory. cd Oracle_patch/Disk1 ./runInstaller 4. Click Next on Welcome page, File Location window appears. 5. On File Locations page, click Browse and select original file near to Name field in source area. 6. Select products xml file of Disk1/stage under patch decompress directory. For example, this file is: Oracle_patch/Disk1/stage/products.xml. 7. In Name field of destination area of this page, select Oracle Home directory that need to install patch from dropdown list. Click Next to enter Summary page. 8. Summary page lists all relevant patches and original file. Click Install. 9. Installation process is interrupted, use root account to execute $ORACLE_HOME/root.sh. At the same time, start another client to login using root account, execute root.sh of $ORACLE_HOME. 10. On end page, click Exit, then click Yes to exit. Steps after Patch Installation Perform the following steps after patch installation: 1. Check system table space: At least 10 M space is available.

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2. Set two initialization parameters: SHARED_POOL_SIZE and JAVA_POOL_SIZE. Before executing the updated root version catpatch.sql, confirm the two parameter values are not less than 150 MB. Login as oracle, and start up database: $ sqlplus /as sysdba SQL > STARTUP Check the two parameters. Note: The unit is byte. 1 MB is equal to 1048576 bytes. SQL> SHOW PARAMETER SHARED_POOL_SIZE SQL> SHOW PARAMETER JAVA_POOL_SIZE If the value is less than 157286400, and system uses server parameter file, execute the following commands to modify value: SQL> ALTER SYSTEM SCOPE=spfile; SQL> ALTER SCOPE=spfile; SYSTEM SET SET SHARED_POOL_SIZE='150M' JAVA_POOL_SIZE='150M'

Shutdown database: SQL >shutdown 3. Update database Login as oracle. Start up oracle monitor. $ lsnrctl start Use SQL*Plus and log in as SYS user. $ sqlplus /nolog SQL> CONNECT / AS SYSDBA Execute the following commands. Use the full path of ORACLE_HOME to replace the part of <?>. Note: The process may last a long time. Do not terminate it. The system saves this operation to patch.log. SQL> STARTUP MIGRATE SQL> SPOOL patch.log SQL> @?/rdbms/admin/catpatch.sql SQL> SPOOL OFF Check patch.log file. It includes every server version and status in database. If there is any mistake, modify and update as above commands. Reboot database: SQL> SHUTDOWN

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SQL> STARTUP Run utlrp.sql root version, and re-edit all invalid PL/SQL packets immediately. Note: Replace with ORACLE_HOME path. SQL> @?/rdbms/admin/utlrp.sql

SQL Server Database Installation


Purpose Preliminary Steps Steps To install SQL server 2000 database. None To install SQL server database installation, perform the following steps: 1. Insert the installation disk in CD-ROM. The installation wizard automatically starts installation process as shown in Figure 17.
FIGURE 17 SQL SERVER 2000 INSTALLATION SCREEN

Note: If the installation wizard does not start automatically, explore installation CD and double-click Autorun.exe in root directory.

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2. Click SQL Server 2000 Components as shown in Figure 18.


FIGURE 18 SQL SERVER 2000 INSTALLATION SCREEN

Result: Install Components window appears as shown in Figure 19.


FIGURE 19 INSTALL COMPONENTS WINDOW

3. Click Install Database Server to start database installation as shown in Figure 20.

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FIGURE 20 INSTALL ATION PREPAR ATIONS WINDOW

Result: The wizard starts installation preparations. Wait while the wizard completes preparation and Welcome window appears as shown in Figure 21.
FIGURE 21 WELCOME WINDOW

4. Read the instructions carefully. Click Next and Computer Name window appears as shown in Figure 22.
FIGURE 22 COMPUTER NAME WINDOW

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5. Select Local Computer to install database on local machine and click Next. 6. Select Create a new instance of SQL Server, or install Client Tools and click Next. Wizard also shows help for selected option as shown in Figure 23.
FIGURE 23 INSTALL ATION SELECTION WINDOW

7. Specify Name and Company details and click Next as shown in Figure 24.
FIGURE 24 USER INFORMATION WINDOW

8. Software License Agreement window appears as shown in Figure 25. Click Yes to accept agreement and continue with installation.

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FIGURE 25 SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT WINDOW

9. Choose Server and Client Tools and click Next as shown in Figure 26.
FIGURE 26 INSTALL ATION DEFINITION WINDOW

10. Make sure that Default is checked and click Next as shown in Figure 27.

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FIGURE 27 INSTANCE N AME WINDOWS

11. Choose Typical (setup type) and click Browse to specify a destination folder for SQL Server as shown in Figure 28.
FIGURE 28 INSTALL ATION TYPES WINDOW

12. Select Use the same account for each service. Auto start SQL Server Service. Under Service Settings select Use the Local System account and click Next as shown in Figure 29.

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FIGURE 29 SERVICE ACCOUNTS WINDOW

13. Choose Mixed Mode and provide a password. Click Next as shown in Figure 30.
FIGURE 30 AUTHENTICATION MODE WINDOW

14. Read the instructions and click Next as shown in Figure 31.

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FIGURE 31 START COPYING FILE WINDOW

15. Select Per Seat for licensing mode and input 10 for devices as shown in Figure 32.
FIGURE 32 CHOOSE LICENSING MODE WINDOW

Tip: Wait until the installation completes.

16. Figure 33 shows installation progress.

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FIGURE 33 INST ALL ATION PROGRESS WINDOW

FIGURE 34 STARTING SERVER WINDOW

FIGURE 35 UPDATING SYSTEM WINDOW

17. Read the installation summary and click Finish to complete the setup as shown in Figure 36.

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FIGURE 36 INSTALL ATION COMPLETE DIALOG BOX

END OF STEPS Result SQL server installation is completed successfully. NOTE: Install latest patch after SQL Server 2000 installation.

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NMS Installation
This chapter covers the following topics:

Overview Installing NMS for Windows Installing NMS for Unix

Overview
NMS provides eight management functions: Performance Management, Report Management, Topology Management, Security Management, Log Management, System Management, Policy Management, and Fault Management. Large Scale Distributed System NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) provides high flexibility to add new servers while the system is running to meet the growing number of customer access. Provides fault tolerance capability, if one server fails others can take over to ensure uninterrupted service. NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) supports web based network management capability via a secure control mechanism. Supports optimal access authority control and provide log records to accomplish system security. NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) installation modes: supports following two types of

Remote Management System Security Installation Modes

Client and Server: Installs both client and server on same machine. Choose this option for server machines. Client only: Installs only client on machine. Choose this option for client machines.

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Installing NMS for Windows


This section includes the following:

Installing NMS Client and Server Installing NMS Client Installing NMS Config Center

Installing NMS Client and Server


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To install NMS client and server. None To install client and server, perform the following steps: 1. Run the installation CD-ROM. Execute the file install.bat if installing NMS for MS Windows and install.sh if installing for Sun Solaris. The installer wizard prompts to select the language for installation. Figure 37 shows NetNumen N31 installation progress in command prompt windows.
FIGURE 37 NETNUMEN INSTALL ATION (WINDOWS)

2. Select 1 for English and press return key to start extracting files as shown in Figure 38.

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FIGURE 38 SELECTING LANGU AGE NETNUMEN

3. Specify target directory and press return key to start the installation as shown in Figure 39.
FIGURE 39 DIRECTORY SELECTION IN NETNUMEN

Important: If target directory is not selected then system installs automatically in c:\netnumen directory 4. Select 2 for Client and Server installation and press return key to extract platform.zip files as shown in Figure 40.

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FIGURE 40 EXTRACTING PLATFORM FILES

Important! Wait while unpacking platform.zip file, it takes some time to complete unpacking process. END OF STEPS Result NMS Client and Sever is Installed successfully.

Installing NMS Client


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To install NMS client. None To install NMS client, perform the following steps: 1. Run the installation CD-ROM. Execute the file install.bat if installing NMS for MS Windows and install.sh if installing for Sun Solaris. The installer wizard prompts to select the language for installation. Figure 41 shows NetNumen N31 installation progress in command prompt windows.

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FIGURE 41 NETNUMEN INSTALL NMS CLIENT

2. Select 1 for English then press return key to start extracting files as shown in Figure 42.
FIGURE 42 SELECTING LANGU AGE - NMS CLIENT

3. Specify target directory and press return key to start the installation as shown in Figure 43.

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FIGURE 43 DIRECTORY SELECTION NMS CLIENT

Important: If target directory is not selected then system installs automatically in c:\netnumen directory 4. Select 1 for Client installation and press return key to extract platform.zip files as shown in Figure 44.
FIGURE 44 EXTRACTING PLATFORM FILES NMS CLIENT

Important! Wait while unpacking platform.zip file, it takes some time to complete unpacking process. END OF STEPS Result NMS client is installed successfully.

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Configuring NMS Config Center


NMS configuration center is used to configure common configurations, EPM parameters configuration and common maintenance. This section includes the following:

Running Config Center Basic information NE Module Database FTP Service Client Update Policy Configuration System Log Information NE Type Shortcut Other Analog Input Parameters Digital Input Parameters Configuration Digital Output Parameters Configuration Power Parameters Configuration Import (Export) Configuration

Running Config Center


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To run the config center. NMS client and server must be installed. To run the config center, perform the following steps: 1. Click start then select Programs NetNumen N31 Tools NetNumen N31 Config Center as shown in Figure 45.

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FIGURE 45 RUNNING NMS CONFIG CENTER

2. NetNumen Config Center window is shown in Figure 46.


FIGURE 46 NETNUMEN CONFIG CENTER WINDOW

END OF STEPS Result Config center runs successfully.

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Basic Information
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To view the NMS basic information. NMS client and server must be installed. To view the basic information, perform the following step: Click on Basic Info under Common Config tree. Basic info tab appears as shown in shown in Figure 47. Under Common Configuration menu, Basic Information tab provides the following information:

NMS Version Platform Version Operating System JAVA Version Database Information NMS Language NMS Logger Level Total Threads Server and Client Memory Auto Optimize Facility

FIGURE 47 BASIC INFORMATION TAB

END OF STEPS Result Basic information is viewed successfully.

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NE Module
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To view information about installed and uninstalled devices. NMS client and server must be installed. To view installed or uninstalled NE module information, perform the following steps: Click on NE Module under Common Config tree. NE Module tab provides information about installed and uninstalled devices as shown in Figure 48.
FIGURE 48 NE MODULE TAB

END OF STEPS Result NE module is viewed successfully.

Database
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To optimize and test connection with the database. NMS client and server must be installed. To optimize and test the database, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Database under Common Config tree. DataBase tab appears as shown in Figure 49.

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FIGURE 49 DAT AB ASE T AB

2. Data Type, DataBase Language, and OS information are shown on right pane of DataBase tab. Click DataBase Type drop-down list to select the type as shown in the Figure 50.
FIGURE 50 DAT AB ASE D ATA TYPE TAB

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3. Double click on Database System Administration Name and set administrator name. Double click on Database System Administration Password and set administrator password as shown in Figure 51.
FIGURE 51 DAT AB ASE SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION N AM E AND P ASSWORD

Important! Windows based systems normally use the following two databases: SQL Server Database: The default login username for administrator is sa and password is netnumen. Login username and password for Config Center and SQL server database must be the same. Oracle Database: The default login username for administrator system and password is netnumen. Login username and password for Config Center and Oracle database must be the same. 4. Double click IP Address value to set IP address for dual backup system configuration as shown in Figure 52.

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FIGURE 52 DAT AB ASE IP ADDRESS WINDOW

Important! For single system configuration default IP address is used, but for dual backup system configuration floating IP address is used. 5. Database file path (only for HA System) To save data for single system configuration database, path is not changed. But in dual system, set the path for saving the database data file. 6. To test the database connectivity click on Test Connection. Test connectively information is displayed in dialog box on the top of Test Connection button as shown in Figure 53.

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FIGURE 53 TEST CONNECTION DAT AB ASE

7. To optimize database configuration on the network click Optimize. Optimize database configuration on the network is displayed in dialog box on the top of Optimize button as shown in Figure 54.
FIGURE 54 OPTIMIZE DATAB ASE

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Note: Test Connection and Optimize the data operation are used for SQL server database, but for Oracle database only Test Connection operation is used.

END OF STEPS Result Database is tested and optimized successfully.

FTP Service
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure FTP service. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure FTP service, perform the following steps: 1. Click on FTP User under Common Config tree. FTP User tab appears as shown in Figure 55.
FIGURE 55 FTP SERVICE TAB

2. To add FTP user click Add in FTP Service tab. Modify FTP User window appears as shown in Figure 56. Click OK to add user.

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FIGURE 56 ADD FTP USER WINDOW

3. To modify FTP user click Modify in FTP User tab. Modify FTP User window appears as shown in Figure 57. Click OK after modifying the user information.
FIGURE 57 MODIFY FTP USER WINDOWS

4. To delete FTP user click Delete in FTP User tab. i. Information dialog box appears as shown in Figure 58. Click Yes to delete the user.

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FIGURE 58 INFORM ATION DIALOG BOX

ii. Information dialog box again appears to show that the user is deleted successfully as shown in Figure 59.
FIGURE 59 INFORM ATION DIALOG BOX

END OF STEPS Result FTP user is added, modified and deleted successfully.

Client Update
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To update client data. NMS client and server must be installed. To update client data, perform the following step: Click on Client Update under Common Config tree Client Update tab appears as shown in Figure 60.

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FIGURE 60 CLIENT UPDATE TAB

END OF STEPS Result Client is updated successfully.

Policy Configuration
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure policy. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure the policy, perform the following steps: Click on Policy Configuration under Common Config tree Policy Configuration tab appears as shown in Figure 61.

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FIGURE 61 POLICY CONFIGURATION T AB

Resource Introduction

Configure the following policies before using.

NM database backup policy NMS database backup should be saved regularly on time and saved in path specified.

Alarm log management policy This policy takes the backup of the alarms exceeding threshold (time and quantity) in csv type on time and saves them in the specified directory. The policy deletes the exceeding threshold alarm records. The save path, time threshold and quantity threshold is set in the configuration file. Alarm table for alarm policy includes CAF_HISTORYALARM, CAF_BAKEHISALARM and CAF_INFORM, CAF_EVENT.

Operation log management policy This policy takes the backup of the alarms exceeding threshold (time and quantity) in csv type on time and saves them in the specified directory. The policy deletes the exceeding threshold alarm records. The save path, time threshold and quantity threshold can be set in the configuration file. Log table for log policy includes Log_Cmd_Table and Log_Scrt_Table. Log_Sys_Table,

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Parameter Instruction

The related policy parameters need to be configured in config center as shown in Figure 61. The parameter instructions are as follows: 1. BackupPath: Saving path of database backup file For example, BackupPath=d:/dbbackup or /export/home/oracle/backup 2. MysqlBinPath: abandon. 3. AlarmLogBackupPath_Table: Saving path of alarm and log backup file. For example, AlarmLogBackupPath_Table =d:/logbackup or /export/home/logbackup Notes: If the configured path does not exist, NM server creates it automatically. (Recommended this method) 4. isSaveByTime: Whether NM only save log in certain time or not. (Alarm log, operation log) Default: true Recommended: true When parameter value is true, the exceeding threshold log decides whether to backup them to AlarmLogBackupPath_Table according to Lock_BackupAlarm configuration and then delete these logs in NMS database. 5. The following parameters are used for appointing detailed saving time.

HisAlarmSaveTime (day) LogSaveTime (day)

Default: 90 Recommended: 30 Recommended: 60

Default: 90

6. The following parameters are used for whether backup exceeding logs. Lock_BackupAlarm: Lock_ BackupLog: True (Backup)/False(Doesnt backup) True (Backup)/False(Doesnt backup)

isSaveByCount: Whether NM save certain quantity logs ( Alarm log, operation log) When parameter value is true, the exceeding threshold log decides whether to backup them to AlarmLogBackupPath_Table according to Lock_BackupAlarm configuration and then delete these logs in NMS database. 7. The following parameters are used for appointing detailed saving time.

HisAlarmSaveCount: Default: 300,000 LogSaveCount: Default: 100,000

alarm quantity restriction. Recommended: 300,000 Operation log quantity restriction. Recommended: 100,000

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8. The following parameters are used for backup exceeded logs.


Lock_BackupLog: True (Backup)/False (Doesnt backup) Lock_BackupAlarm: deleted conditions. Default: true Whether backup alarms that meet

Recommended: true

For those alarms that meet deleted conditions (Time threshold and quantity threshold), backup before deleting from database. When the parameter value is true, backup the alarms before deleting that meet the conditions. When the parameter value is false, delete alarms directly without backup.

Lock_BackupLog whether NM need to backup logs, which meet deleted conditions. Default: true Recommended: true For those logs that meet deleted conditions (Time threshold and quantity threshold), backup before deleting from database. When the parameter is true, backup the logs before deleting which meet conditions. When the parameter is false, delete logs directly without backup. After configuring relevant policy parameters, add these policies in NM client, it saves the backup files to appointed directory according to configured parameters.

System Log Information


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To add, modify and delete system log information. NMS client and server must be installed. To add, modify and delete system log information, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Syslog Info under Common Config tree. Syslog Info tab appears as shown in Figure 62.

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FIGURE 62 SYSLOG INFO TAB

2. To add a Syslog Server, click Add in Syslog Info tab. Add Syslog Server window appears as shown in Figure 63.
FIGURE 63 ADDING SYSLOG SERVER WINDOW

i.

Click Add to add an NE Type as shown in Adding Syslog Server window. Add NE Type window appears as shown in Figure 64.

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FIGURE 64 ADD NE TYPE

ii. Enter NE Type and click Confirm to add the NE. iii. To modify NE type click Modify in Add Syslog Server window. Modify NE Type window appears as shown in Figure 65. Click Confirm after modifying the NE type.
FIGURE 65 MODIFY NE TYPE

iv. To delete NE Type click Delete as shown in Figure 66.


FIGURE 66 ADD SYSLOG SERVER

3. To modify system log server parameters click Modify in Sylog Info tab. Modify Syslog Server window appears as shown in Figure 67. Click Confirm after modifying the required parameters.

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FIGURE 67 MODIFY SYSLOG SERVER

4. To delete system log server click Delete as shown in Figure 68.


FIGURE 68 DELETE SYLOG SERVER

END OF STEPS Result System log successfully. information is added, modified and deleted

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Shortcut
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To view shortcut on desktop. NMS client and server must be installed. To view shortcut on desktop, perform the following step: Click on Short Cut under Common Config tree. Short Cut tab appears as shown in Figure 69. Short Cut tab provides information about shortcuts on desktop, in startup menu and path description.
FIGURE 69 SHORTCUT TAB

END OF STEPS Result Shortcuts are viewed on desktop successfully.

Other
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To view other tab. NMS client and server must be installed. To view other tab, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Other under Common Config tree. Other tab provides Basic tab appears as shown in Figure 70.

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FIGURE 70 OTHER TAB

2. Click Advance tab to view advance information as shown in Figure 71. Advance tab provides platform as follows:
f f f f

the

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FIGURE 71 ADVANCE TAB

3. To modify information double click on any parameter of Value in Basic tab. In Advance tab put cursor on the value and click one time, the value appears in Modify field. Click Modify to modify as shown in Figure 72.
FIGURE 72 S AVE OTHER INFORM ATION

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4. To save advance and basic information click on Save. Info dialog box appears as shown in Figure 73. Click OK to finish successfully.
FIGURE 73 INFO DIALOG BOX

END OF STEPS Result Other tab is viewed successfully.

Analog Input Parameters Configuration


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure analog input parameters. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure analog input parameters, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Analog Input Parameters Config under EPM Parameters Config tree. Analog Input Parameters Config window appears as shown in Figure 74.

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FIGURE 74 AN ALOG INPUT P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION TAB

2. To add analog input parameter, click Add. Add window appears as shown in Figure 75.
FIGURE 75 ADD AN ALOG P AR AMETERS

3. To modify the required parameters, click Modify in Analog Input Parameters Config window and click OK after modifying the parameters as shown in Figure 76.

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FIGURE 76 MODIFY AN ALOG INPUT P ARAMETERS CONFIGURATION TAB

4. To delete analog input parameters click Delete. Info window appears as shown in Figure 77. Click Yes to confirm delete.
FIGURE 77 INFO

END OF STEPS Result Analog input parameters are configured successfully.

Digital Input Parameters Configuration


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure digital input parameters. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure digital input parameters, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Digital Input Parameters Config under EPM Parameters Config tree. Digital Input Parameters Config window appears as shown Figure 78.

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FIGURE 78 DIGITAL INPUT P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION TAB

2. Click Add to add digital input parameter. Add window appears as shown in Figure 79.
FIGURE 79 ADD INPUT DIGITAL P AR AM ETERS WINDOW

3. To modify the required parameters, click Modify in Digital Input Parameters Config window and click OK after modifying the parameters as shown in Figure 80.

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FIGURE 80 MODIFY DIGITAL INPUT PARAMETERS WINDOW

4. To delete digital input device click Delete in Digital Input Parameters Config window. Info dialog box appears, click Yes to confirm delete as shown in Figure 81.
FIGURE 81 DELETE DIGITAL INPUT PARAMETERS

END OF STEPS Steps Digital input parameters are configured successfully.

Digital Output Parameters Configuration


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure digital output parameters. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure digital output parameters, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Digital Output Parameters Config under EPM Parameters Config tree. Digital Output Parameters Config window appears as shown in Figure 82.

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FIGURE 82 DIGITAL OUTPUT P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION T AB

2. Click Add to add digital input parameter. Add window appears as shown Figure 83.
FIGURE 83 ADD OUTPUT DIGITAL P AR AMETERS WINDOW

3. Click Modify to change the desired parameters. Select Device Name, as shown in Figure 84. Click OK to confirm the changes.

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FIGURE 84 MODIFY DIGITAL OUTPUT PAR AMETERS CONFIGURATION

4. Click delete in Digital Output Parameters window. Info dialog box appears click Yes to confirm delete as shown in Figure 85.
FIGURE 85 DELETE DIGITAL OUTPUT PARAMETERS

END OF STEPS Result Digital output parameters are configured successfully.

Power Parameters Configurations


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure power parameters. NMS client and server must be installed To configure power parameters, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Power Parameters Config under EPM Parameters Config tree. Power Parameters Config window appears as shown in Figure 86.

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FIGURE 86 POWER P ARAMETERS CONFIGURATION T AB

2. Click Add. Add window appears as shown in Figure 87.


FIGURE 87 ADD POWER PARAMETERS WINDOW

3. Click Modify in Power Parameters Config window. Modify window appears as shown in Figure 88. Click OK after modifying the required parameters.

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FIGURE 88 MODIFY POWER P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION

4. Click Delete in Power Parameters Config window. Info dialog box appears, click Yes to confirm delete as shown in Figure 89.
FIGURE 89 DELETE POWER P AR AMETERS

END OF STEPS Result Power parameters are configured successfully.

Import (Export) Configuration Data


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To import and export configuration data. NMS client and server must be installed. To import and export configuration data, perform the following steps: 1. Click Import (Export) Configuration data under Common Maintenance tree. Import (Export) configuration data window appears as shown in Figure 90.

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FIGURE 90 IMPORT (EXPORT) CONFIGURATION DATA TAB

2. To import the data click Import Configuration Data radio button then click Import. Save windows appears as shown in Figure 91. Click Save to save the data.
FIGURE 91 IMPORT DAT A WINDOW

3. To export the data click Export Configuration Data radio button then click Export. Save windows appears as shown in Figure 92.

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FIGURE 92 EXPORT DATA WINDOW

END OF STEPS Result Data is imported and exported successfully.

Installing NMS for UNIX


This section includes the following:

Installing NMS Client and Server Installing NMS Client Installing NMS Config Center

Installing NMS Client and Server


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To install NMS client and server on UNIX system. None To install NMS client and server on UNIX system, perform the following steps: 1. Run the installation CD-ROM. Execute the file install.sh if installing NMS Client and Sever for UNIX system, as shown in Figure 93.

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FIGURE 93 CONFIG CENTER.SH

2. After executing install.sh file the installer wizard prompts to select the language for installation. NetNumen N31 installation progress in command prompt windows is shown in Figure 94.
FIGURE 94 NETNUMEN INSTALL

3. Select 1 for English, then press return key to start extracting files as shown in Figure 38.

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FIGURE 95 NETNUMEN INSTALL

4. Specify target directory and press return key to start the installation as shown in Figure 96.
FIGURE 96 NETNUMEN INSTALL

Important: If target directory is not selected then system installs automatically in c:\netnumen directory 5. Select 1 for Client and Server installation and press return key to extract platform.zip files as shown in Figure 97.

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FIGURE 97 NETNUMEN INSTALL

Important! Wait while unpacking platform.zip file, it takes some time to complete unpacking process. 6. Wait for a while to start Config Center as shown in Figure 98.
FIGURE 98 CONFIG CENTER STARTS

END OF STEPS Result NMS client and sever is installed successfully.

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Installing NMS Client


Purpose Preliminary setup Steps To install NMS client on UNIX system. None To install NMS client on UNIX system, perform the following steps: 1. Run the installation CD-ROM. Execute the file install.sh if installing NMS client for UNIX system, as shown in Figure 99.
FIGURE 99 CONFIG CENTER.SH

2. After executing install.sh file the installer wizard prompts to choose the language for installation. Figure 100 shows NetNumen N31 installation progress in command prompt windows.

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FIGURE 100 NETNUMEN INSTALL

3. Select 1 for English, then press return key to start extracting files as shown in Figure 101.
FIGURE 101 NETNUMEN INSTALL

4. Specify target directory and press return key to start the installation as shown in Figure 102.

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FIGURE 102 NETNUMEN INSTALL

Important: If target directory is not selected then system installs automatically in c:\netnumen directory 5. Select 1 for Client installation and press return key to continue extracting platform.zip file as shown in Figure 103.
FIGURE 103 NETNUMEN INSTALL

Important! Wait while unpacking platform.zip file, it takes some time to complete the unpacking process. 6. Wait for a while to start Config Center as shown in Figure 104.

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FIGURE 104 CONFIG CENTER STARTS

END OF STEPS Result NMS Client is installed successfully.

Configuring UNIX NMS Config Center


NMS configuration center is used to configure common configurations, EPM parameters configuration and common maintenance. This topic includes the following:

Running Config Center Basic information NE Module Database FTP Service Client Update Policy Configuration System Log Information NE Type Shortcut Other Analog Input Parameters

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Digital Input Parameters Configuration Digital Output Parameters Configuration Power Parameters Configuration Import (Export) Configuration

Running Config Center


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To run the config center. NMS client and server must be installed. To run the config center, perform the following steps: 1. Run configcentre.sh if installing NMS client for UNIX system, as shown in Figure 105.
FIGURE 105 CONFIGURATION CENTER.SH

2. NMS configuration center is used to configure common configuration, EPM configuration and common maintenance as shown in Figure 106.

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FIGURE 106 NETNUMEN CONFIGURATION CENTER TAB

END OF STEPS Result Config center runs successfully.

Basic Information
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To view the NMS basic information. NMS client and server must be installed. To view the basic information, perform the following step: Click on Basic Info under Common Configuration tree. Basic info tab appears as shown in shown in Figure 107. Under Common Configuration menu, Basic Information tab provides the following information:

NMS Version Platform Version Operating System JAVA Version Database Information NMS Language NMS Logger Level Total Threads Server and Client Memory Auto Optimize Facility

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FIGURE 107 BASIC INFORM ATION TAB

END OF STEPS Result Basic information is viewed successfully.

NE Module
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To view information about installed and uninstalled devices. NMS client and server must be installed To view installed or uninstalled NE module information, perform the following steps: 1. Click on NE Module under Common Configuration tree. NE Module tab provides information about installed and uninstalled devices as shown in Figure 108. Check the NE module that is to be installed, click Save to complete the configuration.

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FIGURE 108 NE MODULE TAB

2. Click Advance to deploy the NE module. Module Deploy window appears as shown in Figure 109. Check the module to be configured then click Save to save the configuration.
FIGURE 109 MODULE DEPLOY

END OF STEPS Result NE module is viewed successfully.

Database Configuration
Purpose Preliminary Setup To configure the database management. NMS client and server must be installed.

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To configure the database management, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Database Configuration under Common Configuration tree. DataBase Configuration tab appears as shown in Figure 110.
FIGURE 110 DAT AB ASE TAB

2. Data Type, DataBase and OS information are shown on right pane of DataBase tab. Click DataBase Type dropdown list to select the type as shown in the Figure 111.
FIGURE 111 DAT AB ASE DAT A TYPE TAB

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3. Double click Database System Administration Name and set administrator name. Double click Database System Administration Password and set administrator password as shown in Figure 112.
FI G U R E 1 1 2 D AT AB AS E S Y S T E M AD M I N IS T R AT I O N N AM E AN D P AS S W O R D

Important! Oracle database: The default login username for administrator is system and password is netnumen. Login username and password for Config Center and Oracle database must be the same. 4. Double click IP Address value to set IP address as shown in Figure 113.

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FIGURE 113 DAT AB ASE IP ADDRESS WINDOW

Important! For single system configuration default IP address is used, but for dual backup system configuration floating IP address is used. 5. Database file path (only for HA System) To save data for single system configuration database, path is not changed. But in dual system, set the path for saving the database data file. Normally the "/ export / home / oracle / oradata path is used. 6. To test the database connectivity click on Test Connection. Test connectively information is displayed in dialog box on the top of Test Connection button as shown in Figure 114.

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FIGURE 114 TEST CONNECTION DAT ABASE

Note: Test Connection and Optimize the data operation are used for SQL server database, but for Oracle database only Test Connection operation is used.

END OF STEPS Result Database is tested and optimized successfully.

FTP Service
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure FTP service. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure FTP service, perform the following steps: 1. Click on FTP User under Common Configuration tree. FTP User tab appears as shown in Figure 115.

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FIGURE 115 FTP SERVICE TAB

2. To add FTP user click Add in FTP Service tab. Modify FTP User window appears as shown in Figure 116. Click OK to add the user.
FIGURE 116 ADD FTP USER WINDOW

3. To modify FTP user click Modify in FTP User tab. Modify FTP User window appears as shown in Figure 117. Click OK after modifying the user information.

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FIGURE 117 MODIFY FTP USER WINDOWS

4. To delete FTP user click Delete in FTP User tab. i. Information dialog box appears as shown in Figure 118. Click Yes to delete the user.

FIGURE 118 INFORM ATION DIALOG BOX

ii. Information dialog box again appears to show that user is deleted successfully as shown in Figure 119.
FIGURE 119 INFORM ATION DIALOG BOX

END OF STEPS Result FTP user is added, modified and deleted successfully.

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Client Update
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To update client data. NMS client and server must be installed. To update client data, perform the following step: Click on Client Update under Common Configuration tree Client Update tab appears as shown in Figure 120.
FIGURE 120 CLIENT UPDATE TAB

END OF STEPS Result Client is updated successfully.

Policy Configuration
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure policy configuration. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure the policy configuration, perform the following step: Click on Policy Configuration under Common Configuration tree Policy Configuration tab appears as shown in Figure 121.

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FIGURE 121 POLICY CONFIGURATION T AB

Resource Introduction

Configure the following policies before using.

NM database backup policy NMS database backup should be saved regularly on time and saved in path specified.

Alarm log management policy This policy takes the backup of the alarms exceeding threshold (time and quantity) in csv type on time and saves them in the specified directory. The policy deletes the exceeding threshold alarm records. The save path, time threshold and quantity threshold is set in the configuration file. Alarm table for alarm policy includes CAF_HISTORYALARM, CAF_BAKEHISALARM and CAF_INFORM, CAF_EVENT.

Operation log management policy This policy takes the backup of the alarms exceeding threshold (time and quantity) in csv type on time and saves them in the specified directory. The policy deletes the exceeding threshold alarm records. The save path, time threshold and quantity threshold can be set in the configuration file. Log table for log policy includes Log_Cmd_Table and Log_Scrt_Table. Log_Sys_Table,

Parameter Instructions

The related policy parameters need to be configured in config center as shown in Figure 61. The parameter instructions are as follows: 1. BackupPath: Saving path of database backup file

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For example, BackupPath=d:/dbbackup or /export/home/oracle/backup 2. MysqlBinPath: abandon. 3. AlarmLogBackupPath_Table: Saving path of alarm and log backup file. For example, AlarmLogBackupPath_Table =d:/logbackup or /export/home/logbackup Notes: If the configured path does not exist, NM server creates it automatically. (Recommended this method) 4. isSaveByTime: Whether NM only save log in certain time or not. (Alarm log, operation log) Default: true Recommended: true When parameter value is true, the exceeding threshold log decides whether to backup them to AlarmLogBackupPath_Table according to Lock_BackupAlarm configuration and then delete these logs in NMS database. 5. The following parameters are used for appointing detailed saving time.

HisAlarmSaveTime (day) LogSaveTime (day)

Default: 90 Recommended: 30 Recommended: 60

Default: 90

6. The following parameters are used for whether backup exceeding logs. Lock_BackupAlarm: Lock_ BackupLog: True (Backup)/False(Doesnt backup) True (Backup)/False(Doesnt backup)

isSaveByCount: Whether NM save certain quantity logs ( Alarm log, operation log) When parameter value is true, the exceeding threshold log decides whether to backup them to AlarmLogBackupPath_Table according to Lock_BackupAlarm configuration and then delete these logs in NMS database. 7. The following parameters are used for appointing detailed saving time.

HisAlarmSaveCount: Default: 300,000 LogSaveCount: Default: 100,000

alarm quantity restriction. Recommended: 300,000 Operation log quantity restriction. Recommended: 100,000

8. The following parameters are used for backup exceeded logs.


Lock_BackupLog: True (Backup)/False (Doesnt backup) Lock_BackupAlarm: deleted conditions. Whether backup alarms that meet

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Default: true

Recommended: true

For those alarms that meet deleted conditions (Time threshold and quantity threshold), backup before deleting from database. When the parameter value is true, backup the alarms before deleting that meet the conditions. When the parameter value is false, delete alarms directly without backup.

Lock_BackupLog whether NM need to backup logs, which meet deleted conditions. Default: true Recommended: true For those logs that meet deleted conditions (Time threshold and quantity threshold), backup before deleting from database. When the parameter is true, backup the logs before deleting which meet conditions. When the parameter is false, delete logs directly without backup. After configuring relevant policy parameters, add these policies in NM client, it saves the backup files to appointed directory according to configured parameters.

System Log Information


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure system log information. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure system log information, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Syslog NBI Info under Common Configuration tree. Syslog NBI Info tab appears as shown in Figure 122.

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FIGURE 122 SYSLOG NBI INFO TAB

2. To add a Syslog Server, click Add in Syslog NBI Info tab. Add Syslog Server window appears as shown in Figure 123.
FIGURE 123 ADDING SYSLOG SERVER WINDOW

i.

Click Add to add an NE Type as shown in Adding Syslog Server window. Add NE Type window appears as shown in Figure 124.

ii. Enter NE Type and click Confirm to add the NE as shown in Figure 124.

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FIGURE 124 ADD NE TYPE

iii. To modify NE type click Modify in Add Syslog Server window. Modify NE Type window appears as shown in Figure 125. Click Confirm after modifying the NE type.
FIGURE 125 MODIFY NE TYPE

iv. To delete NE Type click Delete as shown in Figure 126.


FIGURE 126 ADD SYSLOG SERVER

3. To modify system log server parameters click Modify in Sylog Info tab. Modify Syslog Server window appears as shown in Figure 127. Click Confirm after modifying the required parameters

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FIGURE 127 MODIFY SYSLOG SERVER

4. To delete system log server click Delete as shown in Figure 128.


FIGURE 128 DELETE SYLOG SERVER

END OF STEPS Result System log successfully. information is added, modified and deleted

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Short Cut
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To view the shortcut on desktop. NMS client and server must be installed. To view shortcut on desktop, perform the following step: Click on Short Cut under Common Configuration tree. Short Cut tab appears as shown in Figure 69. Short Cut tab provides information about shortcuts on desktop, in startup menu and path description.
FIGURE 129 SHORT CUT TAB

END OF STEPS Result Shortcuts are viewed successfully on desktop.

Other
Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To view other tab. NMS client and server must be installed. To view other tab, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Other under Common Configuration tree. Other tab provides Basic tab as shown in Figure 130.

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FIGURE 130 OTHER TAB

2. Click Advance tab to view advance information as shown in Figure 131. Advance tab provide different platform as follows:

UEP Plate Server NetNumen Server UEP Plate Client NetNumen Client

FIGURE 131 ADVANCE T AB

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3. To modify information double click any parameter of Value in Basic tab. In Advance tab put cursor on the value and click for one time, then value appears in Modify field. Click Modify to change the parameters as shown in Figure 132.
FIGURE 132 S AVE OTHER INFORM ATION

4. To save advance and basic information click Save. Info dialog box appears as shown in Figure 133. Click OK to finish successfully.
FIGURE 133 INFO DIALOG BOX

END OF STEPS Result Other tab is viewed successfully.

Analog Input Parameters Configuration


Purpose Preliminary Setup To configure analog input parameters. NMS client and server must be installed.

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To configure analog input parameters, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Analog Input Configuration under EPM Configuration tree. Analog Input Configuration tab appears as shown in Figure 158.
FIGURE 134 AN ALOG INPUT P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION TAB

2. To add analog input parameter, click Add in Analog Input Configuration tab. Add window appears as shown in Figure 135.
FIGURE 135 ADD AN ALOG P AR AMETERS

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3. To modify the required parameters, click Modify in Analog Input Configuration tab and click OK after modifying parameters as shown in Figure 136.
FI G U R E 1 3 6 M O D I F Y AN AL O G I N P U T P AR AM E T E R S C O N F I G U R AT I O N T AB

4. To delete analog input parameters click Delete. Information dialog box appears as shown in Figure 137. Click Yes to confirm delete.
FIGURE 137 INFORM ATION

END OF STEPS Result Analog input parameters are configured successfully.

Digital Input Parameters Configuration


Purpose Preliminary Setup To configure digital input parameters. NMS client and server must be installed.

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To configure digital input parameters, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Digital Input Configuration under EPM Configuration tree. Digital Input Configuration tab appears as shown Figure 138.
FIGURE 138 DIGITAL INPUT P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION TAB

2. Click Add to add digital input parameter. Add window appears as shown in Figure 139.
FIGURE 139 ADD INPUT DIGITAL P AR AM ETERS WINDOW

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3. To modify the required parameters, click Modify in Digital Input Configuration tab and click Save after modifying parameters as shown in Figure 140.
FIGURE 140 MODIFY DIGITAL INPUT P ARAMETERS WINDOW

4. To delete digital input device click Delete in Digital Input Configuration window. Information dialog box appears, click Yes to confirm delete as shown in Figure 141.
FIGURE 141 DELETE DIGITAL INPUT P ARAMETERS

END OF STEPS Steps Digital input parameters are configured successfully.

Digital Output Parameters Configuration


Purpose Preliminary Setup To configure digital output parameters. NMS client and server must be installed.

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To configure digital output parameters, perform the following steps: 1. Click on Digital Output Configuration under EPM Configuration tree. Digital Output Configuration tab appear as shown in Figure 142.
FIGURE 142 DIGITAL OUTPUT P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION TAB

2. Click Add to add digital input parameter. Add window appears as shown Figure 143.
FIGURE 143 ADD OUTPUT DIGITAL P AR AMETERS WINDOW

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3. Click Modify to change the desired parameters. Select Device Name, as shown in Figure 144. Click OK to confirm the changes.
FIGURE 144 MODIFY DIGITAL OUTPUT P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION

4. Click Delete in Digital Output Configuration window. Information dialog box appears, click Yes to confirm delete as shown in Figure 145.
FIGURE 145 DELETE DIGITAL OUTPUT P AR AMETERS

END OF STEPS Result Digital output parameters are configured successfully.

Power Parameters Configurations


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure power parameters. NMS client and server must be installed. To configure power parameters, perform the following steps:

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1. Click on Power Configuration under EPM Configuration tree. Power Configuration tab appear as shown in Figure 146.
FIGURE 146 POWER P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION T AB

2. Click Add in Power Configuration tab. Add window appears as shown in Figure 147.
FIGURE 147 ADD POWER P AR AMETERS WINDOW

3. Click Modify in Power Configuration. Modify window appears as shown in Figure 148. Click Save after modifying the required parameters.

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FIGURE 148 MODIFY POWER P AR AMETERS CONFIGURATION

4. Click Delete in Power Configuration tab. Information dialog box appears, click Yes to confirm delete as shown in Figure 89.
FIGURE 149 DELETE POWER P AR AMETERS

END OF STEPS Result Power parameters are configured successfully.

Import (Export) Configuration Data


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To import and export configuration data. NMS client and server must be installed. To import and export configuration data, perform the following step: 1. Click Import (Export) Configuration under Common Maintenance tree. Import (Export) Configuration Data tab appear as shown in Figure 150.

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FIGURE 150 IMPORT (EXPORT) CONFIGURATION DATA TAB

2. To import the data, click Import Configuration Data radio button then click Import. Save windows appears as shown in Figure 151. Click Open to import the data.
FIGURE 151 IMPORT DATA WINDOW

3. To export the data, click Export Configuration Data radio button then click Export. Save windows appears as shown in Figure 152. Click Save to export the data.

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FIGURE 152 EXPORT DATA WINDOW

END OF STEPS Result Data is imported and exported successfully.

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VCS4.3 for Windows


This chapter covers the following topics:

Overview System Requirements Installation Preparations Installation Operating System Installing VCS HA Software Test Dual System Hot Backup Software

Overview
The main purpose of this chapter is to introduce hardware and software configurations required for dual hot backup NM system. It also introduces the procedures for installing sqlserver2000 database and NM system, and tests on dual hot backup system. This chapter covers DELL 2600 server and DELL 220 disk array (five hard disks) as an example to introduce NM dual system installation. If other servers and disk arrays are used, divide the disk as needed. The software installation procedures are the same. Procedures of installing NM dual system are:

Configure Hardware Install Operating System Install Dual System Software Install Database System Install and Configure NM System Configure and Test Dual System

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System Requirements
Hardware Requirements The following are the hardware requirements: 1. NM server: The minimum configuration requirements for NM server are:

Memory: 512M Three network interfaces. Two interfaces connect to heart beat cable for mutual monitoring. The third one connects to public network cable for providing NM service. One disk array card for connecting disk array Set the disk in RAID1+0 array. Divide the array into two logical drivers with the same space. Five disks, at least four disks, are required. Four disks are set in RAID1+0 array mode. The fifth one is set to be hot spare, as the backup of the other four disks.

2. Disk array:

Software Requirements

The following are the software requirements: 1. Operating system:

Windows standard

operating

system:

Win200

Server,

Win2003

Patch: SP4 + latest security patch Database system: SqlServer2000 / SqlServer2003 Enterprise Database Patch: SP3 and above Dual system software: VCS4.3 for Windows Patch: If there is the latest VCS4.3 patch, install the latest patch. NetNumen N31V4.2.0NM server

2. Database system

3. Dual system software


4. NM server software

Installation Preparations
This section includes the following:

Hardware Hardware Connection Connecting Disk Array

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Hardware

Two DELL 2600 servers


f f

NETNUMENCLUSTER1 (A): It works as master server NETNUMENCLUSTER2 (B): It works as slave server

Three network interface cards for each server One SCSI array card for each server One DELL220 disk array It is configured with five hard disks. Each of them has the capacity of 63 G.

Hardware Connection
Figure 153 shows hardware connection.
FIGURE 153 DUAL HOT BACKUP NM SYSTEM

Disk Array Connections


Connection Steps To connect disk array, perform the following steps: 1. Insert two array cards in PCI slots in system A and system B respectively. 2. Connect SCSI array card to DELL220 disk array with SCSI cable. Disk Array Connection V240 dual machine +SE3310 disk array: SUN V240 dual machine (2*1.28G/2G/2*73G) + SE3310 disk array (5*073G) The hardware connection is shown in Figure 154.

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FIGURE 154 DISK ARR AY CONNECTIONS

Note: Ensure that CH0 and single bus cable is connected properly. Generally, some devices have only one SCSI interface, indicating the connection interface of disk array.

Explanation

Thick cables are used for SCSI interface and thin cables are used for Ethernet cables. SUN V2404 has four network cards such as net0, net1, net2 and net3. Generally, net2 and net3 are used for heartbeat therefore, no need to configure IP addresses. net0 is used to connect DCN network and net1 is used to connect public network.

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These cards communicate with each other through SUN system inner protocols.

Installing Operating System


Purpose Preliminary Setup To install NM dual hot backup system VCS4.3 for windows. Before installing the operating system following preliminary setup needs to be configured: 1. Use DELL OPENMAMAGE SERVER ASSISTANT CD to make a driver programme of disk array card. 2. Close disk array. 3. Insert Win2000 installation disk to install the operating system. Insert disk array driver according to system prompt. 4. The operating system uses NTFS file system. It resides a default directory of disk C. 5. Install the latest security patch of WINDOWS 2000 Server + SP4 +. 6. Install operating systems on both computers. Install relevant patches. Install network card driver.

Note: If the operating system is Windows 2003, install Windows Server 2003 Standard. Some VCS Licenses do not support Windows Server 2003 Enterprise.

Tips: Use the installation disk the factory provides to install the operating system. For instance, use Smartstart to install the operating system for HP computer. Follow prompts to install the operating system and disk array start programme.

This section includes the following:


Dividing Disk Array Setting Network Setting Domain

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Dividing Disk Array


Purpose Steps To divide disk array. Take DELL220 disk array (five disks) as an example. To divide the disk array, perform the following steps: 1. Configure disk array. Enable disk array. Restart NETNUMENCLUSTER1. Press ctrl + m to enter BIOS configuration. Select SCSI array card 4/DC. Select config/new config. 2. Divide disk array in RAID1+0 mode. i. Divide four disks in RAID1+1 mode. Set the fifth disk to be hot spare, which is the backup of other four disks. First, configure two of the four disks to be RAID1 mirror mode. Then, configure them to be RAID0 mode. 3. Create two logical drivers on the disk array. One is for sqlserver database file. The other is for NM server programmes. Both logical drivers have the same space, occupying half of the disk array. 4. Start NETNUMENCLUSTER2. Press ctrl + m. Enter BIOS configuration. Select SCSI array card 4/DC. Select config. Identify the disk array configuration again. Then exit BIOS. Start the system.

ii. Configure RAID1+0 mode.

Note: For disk arrays of other models, follow steps below to divide the disk array.

Divide disk array in RAID1+0 mode. Create two logical drivers on RAID1 + 0.

END OF STEPS Result The disk array is divided successfully.

Configuring Network
Purpose Introduction To configure the network. The public network card IP address for NETNUMENCLUSTER1 is 10.40.88.44 (the master DNS points to 127.0.0.1.). The public network card IP address for NETNUMENCLUSTER2 is 10.40.88.139 (the master NDNS points to 10.40.88.44.).

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Steps

To configure the network, perform the following steps: 1. Configure service connection. Create Public Connection in network and dialing connection in control panel. Right click on Property. Enter TCP/IP configuration. Set IP address and DNS. 2. Configure heartbeat connection. Create Heartbeat Connection in network and dialing connection in control panel. Right click on Property. Do not select Client for Microsoft Network, File and Print Sharing for Microsoft Networks and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) as shown in Figure 155.
FIGURE 155 CONFIGURING HEARTBE AT CONNECTION

3. Configure host file Add host names and IP addresses to host files of both computers. END OF STEPS Result The network is connected.

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Configuring Domain
Purpose To configure one computer as master domain server and the other as the backup domain controller.

Main Domain

Configure NETNUMENCLUSTER1 controller.

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master

domain

Steps

To configure the master domain, perform the following steps: 1. Open configuration server guide on NETNUMENCLUSTER1, as shown in Figure 156 or execute dcpromo command. Create Directory Tree or Child Domain window appears as shown in Figure 157.
FIGURE 156 CONFIGURATION SERVER GUIDE

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FIGURE 157 CREATING DIRECTORY TREE OR SUB-TREE

2. Select Create a new domain tree and click Next. New Domain Name window appears as shown in Figure 158.
FIGURE 158 SPECIFYING NEW DOM AIN NAME

3. Enter the full DNS domain name. Here, it is ZTEDOMAIN. Click Next. Database and Log File Locations window appears as shown in Figure 159.

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FIGURE 159 SETTING DATAB ASE AND LOG FILE LOCATION

4. Select default values for database location and log location. Click Next. Confirm DNS Configuration window appears as shown in Figure 160.
FIGURE 160 CONFIRMING DNS CONFIGURATION

5. Click OK. Configure DNS window appears as shown in Figure 161.

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FIGURE 161 CONFIGURING DNS

6. Select Yes, install and configure DNS on this computer (recommended). Click Next. Permissions window appears as shown in Figure 162.
FIGURE 162 PERMISSIONS

7. Select Permissions compatible with pre-Windows 2000 servers. Click Next. Specify Administrator Password window appears as shown in Figure 163.

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FIGURE 163 SPECIFYING ADMINISTRATOR P ASSWORD

8. Input directory service resumption password. Click Next. Configuring Active Directory window appears as shown in Figure 164.
FIGURE 164 CONFIGURING ACTIVE DIRECTORY

9. When configuration is complete, the final window appears as shown in Figure 165.

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FIGURE 165 COMPLETING THE ACTIVE DIRECTORY INSTALLATION WIZARD

10. Click Finish to close installation wizard. The system prompts to restart windows as shown in Figure 166.
FIGURE 166 PROMPT OF RESTARTING SYSTEM

11. Click Restart Now to restart Windows. END OF STEPS Result NETNUMENCLUSTER1 is updated to be master domain server.

Backup Domain

Configure server.

NETNUMENCLUSTER1

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domain

Steps

To configure the backup domain, perform the following steps: 1. Run the dcpromo command on NETNUMENCLUSTER2. Welcome window appears as shown in Figure 167.

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FIGURE 167 WELCOME INTERFACE

2. Click Next. Domain Controller Type window appears as shown in Figure 168.
FIGURE 168 DOMAIN CONTROLLER TYPE

3. Select Additional domain controller for an existing domain. Click Next. Network Credentials window appears as shown in Figure 169.

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FIGURE 169 NETWORK CREDENTIALS

4. Input the password. Click Next to add NETNUMENCLUSTER2 to the main domain controller. END OF STEPS Result NETNUMENCLUSTER2 is set to be backup domain controller.

Installing VCS HA Software


Purpose Steps To install VCS HA software. To install VCS HA software, perform the following steps: 1. Insert VCS4.3 for Windows install disk. Select product to install window appears as shown in Figure 170.

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FIGURE 170 SELECT PRODUCT TO INSTALL

2. Select Storage Foundation HA 4.3 for Windows. Select install type window appears as shown in Figure 171.
FIGURE 171 SELECT INSTALL TYPE

3. Select Complete/Custom. License window appears as shown in Figure 172.

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FIGURE 172 LICENSE

4. Input license key. Click Add button. Then, click Next. Options Selections 1 window appears as shown in Figure 173.
FIGURE 173 OPTIONS SELECTIONS 1

If there is only one heartbeat network card on the computer, select VxCache only. If there are two heartbeat network cards on the computer, select VxCache, DMP under Dynamic Multipathing as shown in Figure 174.

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FIGURE CARDS)

174 OPTIONS SELECTIONS 2 (WITH TWO HEARTBEAT NETWORK

Note: Sometimes, Dynamic Multipathing option is grayed due to VCS licence limitation. Select VxCache only.

5. Click Next and Options Selections 3 window appears as shown in Figure 175.
FIGURE 175 OPTIONS SELECTIONS 3

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6. Select VERITAS Cluster Server Database for SQL. Click Next and Options Selections 4 window appears as shown in Figure 176.
FIGURE 176 OPTIONS SELECTIONS 4

7. Select VERITAS Storage Foundation HA 4.3 for Windows (Client Components). Click Next and Computer Selection window appears as shown in Figure 177.
FIGURE 177 COMPUTER SELECTION

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8. Select domain and computers for Cluster. Select install path (Ensure that the install space is larger than 1 G.). Click Next. Validation window appears as shown in Figure 178.
FIGURE 178 V ALID ATION

9. Click Next. Install Report window appears as shown in Figure 179.


FIGURE 179 INSTALL REPORT

10. Click Install to start installation progress.

installation.

Figure

180

shows

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FIGURE 180 INSTALL PROCESS

11. When the installation is completed, Install window appears as shown in Figure 181.
FIGURE 181 INSTALL SUMM ARY

Summary

12. Click Next. Reboot Remote Computers window appears as shown in Figure 182.

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FIGURE 182 REBOOT REMOTE COMPUTERS

13. Select ZTECLUSTER2. Click Reboot. The system gives a prompt about reboot status as shown in Figure 183.
FIGURE 183 REBOOT STATUS

14. Click Next. Thank you for using VERITAS Storage Foundation HA 4.3 for Windows window appears as shown in Figure 184.

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15. Click Finish to complete the installation. The system gives a prompt dialogue box, asking whether to reboot your local computer now or not, as shown in Figure 185.
FIGURE 185 PROMPT DIALOGUE LOCAL COMPUTER OR NOT BOX, ASKING WHETHER TO REBOOT YOUR

16. Click Yes to reboot the local computer NETNUMENCLUSTER1. END OF STEPS Result VCS software installation on computers is complete.

Creating Disk Array Logical Partition


After installing VCS software, it is required to create disk groups and volumes. That is to divide disk logically and format the disk.

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Creating Disk Group


Purpose Steps To create disk groups.

Create the disk group sql-dskgrp for sqlserver database.

To create the disk group, perform the following steps: 1. Turn OFF NETNUMENCLUSTER2. Divide the disk array of NETNUMENCLUSTER1. 2. On NETNUMENCLUSTER1, open Start VERITAS VERITAS Enterprise Administrator (VEA). VERITAS Enterprise Administrator window appears as shown in Figure 186.
F I G U R E 1 8 6 V E R I T AS E N T E R P R I S E A D M I N I S T R A T O R

There are two new disks under localhost Disks: Harddisk0 and Harddisk2. Both of them are in No signature state. 3. Select Harddisk0. Right click on it. Select Write Disk Signature. Localhost-Write Disk Signature window appears as shown in Figure 187.

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FIGURE 187 LOCALHOST-WRITE DISK SIGNATURE

4. Select Harddisk0 and Harddisk2. Click OK. Finish writing a signature for the two new disks. 5. Select Disk Group on the VERITAS Enterprise Administrator interface as shown in Figure 186. Right click on it. Select New Dynamic Disk Group. Localhost-New Dynamic Disk Group Wizard 1 window appears as shown in Figure 188. Create a new disk group sql-dskgrp, which is used to store data files of sqlserver database.
FIGURE 188 LOCALHOST-NEW DYNAMIC DISK GROUP WIZARD 1

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6. Select disk-Harddisk0 in disk array. Click Add. Input the disk group name sql-dskgrp. Click Next. Localhost-New Dynamic Disk Group Wizard 2 window appears as shown in Figure 189.
FIGURE 189 LOCALHOST-NEW DYNAMIC DISK GROUP WIZARD 2

7. Click Next and Localhost-New Dynamic Disk Group Wizard 3 window appears as shown in Figure 190.
FIGURE 190 LOCALHOST-NEW DYNAMIC DISK GROUP WIZARD 3

8. Click Finish to finish creating the disk group sql-dskgrp. END OF STEPS Result The disk group sql-dskgrp for sqlserver database is created.

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Create the disk group nms-dskgrp for NM program.

Steps

To create disk group nms-dskgrp for NM program, follow the same steps used for creating sql-dskgrp. Select Harddisk2. The name of the hard group is nms-dskgrp. After hard disk groups of sql-dskgrp and nms-dskgrp are created, the whole hard disk group is created, as shown in Figure 191.
FIGURE 191 CREATING HARD DISK GROUP COMPLETED

Result

Creating Volume
Purpose After creating disk groups, it is required to create volumes for storing shared data, including sql-data for sql server and nmsdata for NM programme.

Create sql-data volume.

Steps

To create volume, perform the following steps: 1. Select sql-dskgrp under Disk Groups. Right click on it. Select New Volume to create a new logical volume. Localhost-New Volume Wizard 1 window appears as shown in Figure 192.

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FIGURE 192 LOCALHOST-NEW VOLUME WIZARD 1

2. Select sql-dskgrp. Click Next. Localhost-New Volume Wizard 2 window appears as shown in Figure 193.
FIGURE 193 LOCALHOST-NEW VOLUME WIZARD 2

3. Input sql-data in the volume name text box and 136G in the size box. Click Next. Localhost-New Volume Wizard 3 window appears as shown in Figure 194.

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FIGURE 194 LOCALHOST-NEW VOLUME WIZARD 3

4. Select Assign a drive letter. It is S: here. Click Next. Localhost-New Volume Wizard 4 window appears as shown in Figure 195.
FIGURE 195 LOCALHOST-NEW VOLUME WIZARD 4

5. Select NTFS for the file system. Select Perform a quick format to format sql-data volume quickly. Click Next. Localhost-New Volume Wizard 5 window appears as shown in Figure 196.

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FIGURE 196 LOCALHOST-NEW VOLUME WIZARD 5

6. Click Finish to finish creating sql-data volume and format. END OF STEPS Result sql-server volume is created. Create nms-data volume.

Steps

To create and format nms-data volume, perform the same steps used for creating sql-data volume. Create nms-data volume on nms-dksgrp disk group. The volume size is 140 G. The driver letter is N:.

VCS Software Configuration - Create Cluster


Purpose Steps After installing VCS software, it is required to create cluster for both computers. To create clusters, perform the following steps: 1. Select Start Programme VERITAS VERITAS Cluster Server VCS Configuration Wizard as shown in Figure 197. Welcome window appears as shown in Figure 198.

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FIGURE 197 STARTING VCS CONFIGURATION WIZARD

FIGURE 198 WELCOME INTERFACE

2. Click Next. Options window appears as shown in Figure 199.

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FIGURE 199 CONFIGURATION OPTIONS

3. Select Cluster Operations. Click Next. Domain Selection 1 window appears as shown in Figure 200.
FIGURE 200 DOMAIN SELECTION 1

4. The system gives out current domains. Select the current one. Click Next. Domain Selection 2 window appears as shown in Figure 201.

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FIGURE 201 DOMAIN SELECTION 2

5. Select systems of NETNUMENCLUSTER1 and NETNUMENCLUSTER2. Click Next to discover system, as shown in Figure 202.
FIGURE 202 DISCOVERING SYSTEM

6. VCW Options window appears as shown in Figure 203.

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FIGURE 203 VCW OPTIONS

7. Select Create New Cluster. Click Next. Cluster Details window appears as shown in Figure 204.
FIGURE 204 CLUSTER DETAILS

Cluster Name: Input zte-clu. Cluster ID: Randomly Operating System: Select the current operating system. Select the system to create the cluster. 8. Click Next. Validate Systems window appears as shown in Figure 205.

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FIGURE 205 V ALID ATE SYSTEMS

9. Click Next. NIC Selection window appears as shown in Figure 206.


FIGURE 206 NIC SELECTION

Select the relevant network card as heartbeat card. At least two network cards are required. Use service network card as heartbeat card. Set service network card to be low priority. Select one service network card. Right click on it, as shown in Figure 207.

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FIGURE 207 SET SERVICE NETWORK CARD TO BE LOW PRIORITY

10. Click Next. Service Account window appears as shown in Figure 208.
FIGURE 208 SERVICE ACCOUNT

11. Select Existing user. Select Administrator from the dropdown list. Click Next. Input the domain administrator password. Click OK. Security window appears as shown in Figure 209.

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FIGURE 209 SECURITY

12. Use default values. User Name is admin and Password is password. Click Next. Summary window appears as shown in Figure 210.
FIGURE 210 SUMM ARY

13. Click Configure. Use the selected node to create a new cluster. After the new cluster is successfully created, the Finish window appears as shown in Figure 211.

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FIGURE 211 FINISH

14. Click Finish to exit VERITAS Wizard. END OF STEPS Result Cluster is successfully created.

Cluster

Configuration

Installing Sqlserver Database


Purpose It is required to install SQL Server 2000 Enterprise on both NETNUMENCLUSTER1 and NETNUMENCLUSTER2.

Install SQL Server 2000 database on NETNUMENCLUSTER1.

Steps

To install SQL Server 2000 database on NETNUMENCLUSTER1, perform the following steps: 1. Click Start VERITAS VERITAS Enterprise Administrator (VEA) menu. Select sql-dskdg disk group. Right click on it and select Import Dynamic Disk Group. Result: It is possible to access disk S:\ from Explorer of NETNUMENCLUSTER1. 2. Create a sqldata directory in S:\ to locate data files of sqlserver database. If the Close Window prompt box pops up during sqlserver database installation, open Computer Management Services to disable VERITAS Enterprise Administrator Service. 3. Install SP3 patch or above

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4. Uninstall S:\ from NETNUMENCLUSTER1. (Select ztedisk-dg disk group. Right click on it and select Deport Dynamic Disk Group.) Result: After that, it is impossible to access disk S:\ from Explorer of NETNUMENCLUSTER1. END OF STEPS Result SQL Server 2000 is installed on NETNUMENCLUSTER1. Install SQL Server 2000 database on NETNUMENCLUSTER2.

Steps

To install SQL Server 2000 database on NETNUMENCLUSTER2, perform the following steps: 1. Click Start VERITAS VERITAS Enterprise Administrator (VEA) menu on NETNUMENCLUSTER2. Select sql-dskdg disk group. Right click on it and select Import Dynamic Disk Group. Result: After that, it is possible to access S:\sqldata from Explorer of NETNUMENCLUSTER2. 2. Change sqldata directory to be sqldata_backup. Then, create a new S:\sqldata. Put database file of NETNUMENCLUSTER2 into the new S:\sqldata directory. 3. Install SQL Server2000 Enterprise database on NETNUMENCLUSTER2. Put sqlserver data files on disk array, namely, S:\sqldata. Installing SQL Server2000 Enterprise database on NETNUMENCLUSTER2 is the same as that of installing on NETNUMENCLUSTER1. 4. Install SP3 patch or above 5. Delete S:\sqldata_backup directory after installing database and patch on NETNUMENCLUSTER2 successfully. END OF STEPS

Result

SQL Server 2000 is installed on NETNUMENCLUSTER2.

Configure SQL Server Startup Type


Purpose Steps To configure SQL Server startup type to be manual on both computers. To configure SQL Server startup type, perform the following steps: 1. Double-click the sqlserver icon at the right corner of the computer. SQL Server Server Manager window appears as shown in Figure 212.

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FIGURE 212 SQL SERVER M AN AGER

2. Do not select Auto start service when OS starts as shown in Figure 213.
FIGURE 213 CHANGING SQL SERVER AUTOMATIC STARTUP TO BE M ANUAL STARTUP

END OF STEPS Result SQL startup type is configured successfully.

Installing NMS
Purpose Principles Install the NMS on the share disk N, namely N:\NETNUMEN (It is specified while creating volumes).

Install NM program on both computers if NM installation program modifies Windows registry. Install NM program on either of two computers if NM installation program does not modify Windows registry.

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For NetNumen N31V4.2.0 series NM programme, install NM program on either of two computers if NM installation program does not modify Windows registry.

Steps

To install NMS on the share disk, perform the following steps: 1. Connect nms-dskgrp to VEA. Open VEA. Select nms-dskdg disk group. Right click on it. Select Import Dynamic Disk Group. Result: It is possible to access N:\ from Explorer of NETNUMENCLUSTER1. 2. Create a NETNUMEN directory on N:\ for NM server program. 3. Install NM server on NETNUMENCLUSTER1. END OF STEPS

Result

NetNumen N31V4.2.0 NM program installation is completed.

VCS Software Configuration Create SqlServer Resource Group


Purpose To create a resource group in cluster for SQL Server, implementing the changeover of SQL Server between the two computers. To create a resource group in cluster, perform the following steps: 1. Select Start Programs VERITAS - VERITAS Cluster Server Database Agent for SQL SQL Configuration Wizard as shown in Figure 214.
FIGURE 214 STARTING VCS M AN AGEMENT

Steps

2. Start VCS management interface. Select Configuration Option window appears as shown in Figure 215.

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FIGURE 215 SELECT CONFIGURATION OPTION

3. Select MS-SQL Server Service Group Configuration. Click Next. Service Group Configuration window appears as shown in Figure 216.
FIGURE 216 SERVICE GROUP CONFIGURATION

4. Input sqlserver-grp in the Service Group Name text box. Select both NETNUMENCLUSTER1 and NETNUMENCLUSTER2 in the Available Cluster Systems box. Click to add them to the Systems in Priority Order box. Click Next. SQL Server Instance Selection window appears as shown in Figure 217.

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FIGURE 217 SQL SERVER INSTANCE SELECTION

5. Do not select Search option. Click Next. Detail Monitoring Configuration window appears as shown in Figure 218.
FIGURE 218 DETAIL MONITORING CONFIGURATION

6. Do not select any option. Click Next. Registry Replication Path window appears as shown in Figure 219.

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FIGURE 219 REGISTRY REPLICATION P ATH

7. Input the registry replication path (Generally, the path resides on sql-data volume. Here, it is disk S.). Click Next. Virtual Server Configuration window appears as shown in Figure 220.
FIGURE 220 VIRTUAL SERVER CONFIGURATION

Input following parameters:


Virtual Server Name: It is random. Virtual IP Address: It is an external virtual IP of SQL server. Subnet Mask

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Specify the adapter to be used on each system.

8. Click Next. Service Group Summary window appears as shown in Figure 221.
FIGURE 221 SERVICE GROUP SUMM ARY

9. Click Next to create SqlServer resource group. When configuration completes, Configuration Complete window appears as shown in Figure 222.
FIGURE 222 CONFIGURATION COMPLETE

10. Click Finish. END OF STEPS Result Sqlserver resource group configuration in VCS is complete.

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VCS Software Configuration


VCS software configuration includes:

Configure sqlserver resources Configure NetNumen N31V4.2.0 NM resources Upgrade VCS license

Note: Remember to save all modifications after configuring VCS software. Click the third icon on tool bar in the VERITAS Cluster Manager - Java Console window to save the setting.

Configuring sqlserver Resources


Purpose Steps To configure sqlserver resources.

Create SQL Server resource group (sqlserver-grp).

To create SQL Server resource group (sqlserver-grp), perform the following steps: 1. Select Start Programs VERITAS - VERITAS Cluster Manager Java Console as shown in Figure 223. Start the VERITAS Cluster Manager Java Console interface.
FIGURE 223 STARTING VCS M AN AGEMENT

2. Select New Cluster in the interface. Connectivity Configuration window appears as shown in Figure 224.

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FIGURE 224 CONNECTIVITY CONFIGURATION

3. Input 10.40.88.139 in the Host name text box. Click OK. Login window appears as shown in Figure 225.
FIGURE 225 LOGIN

4. Input admin as User name and password as password. Click OK. Cluster Explorer window appears as shown in Figure 226.
FIGURE 226 CLUSTER EXPLORER

END OF STEPS Result As shown in Figure 226, SQL Server service resource group of sqlserver-grp has been added in VCS system.

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Modify sqlserver-grp attributes, including:


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AutoStartList File system resource (MountV) AutoFileSystem Clean

AutoStartList

The value of AutoStartList needs be NETNUMENCLUSETER2, NETNUMENCLUSETER1 in sequence. If the sequence is wrong, follow the given steps to modify it.

Steps

button Select sqlserver-grp. Click the Properties tab. Click behind AutoStartList. AutoStartList window appears as shown to add the item. Click to delete the in Figure 227. Click item. Modify the sequence to be as shown in Figure 227. Then, click OK.
FIGURE 227 AUTOSTARTLIST

Related Information

AutoStartList attribute settings decide on which system the sqlserver-grp resource group (namely, Sqlserver database) runs in priority when both systems are restarted. In this instance, the sqlserver-grp resource group runs on NETNUMENCLUSTER2 in priority. The setting is contrary to AutoStartList attribute setting of NM resource, ensuring that sqlserver database and NM server run on different systems by default. Set the attribute of file system resource (MountV) to be force unmount. In the Cluster Explorer window as shown in Figure 226, select button on the MountV. Click the Properties tab. Click the Force Unmount row. ForceUnmount window appears as

File System Resource (MountV) Steps

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shown in Figure 228. Select All from the Scalar Value dropdown list. Click OK.
FIGURE 228 FORCEUNMOUNT

AutoFileSystem Clean

Modify AutoFileSystem Clean attribute to be true. Figure 229 shows the window after modification.
FIGURE 229 MODIFIED CONFIGURATION

END OF STEPS Result sqlserver-grp attributes are modified successfully.

Configuring NetNumen N31 NM Resources


Purpose Prerequisite To configure NetNumen N31 NM resources.

Configure NM server

Sqlserver database is started normally on either of the two computers. If it is not started, perform as follows.

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1. Open the VERITAS Cluster Manager - Java Console. 2. Select sqlserver-grp. Right click on it. 3. Select online - NETNUMENCLUSTER1. 4. Start Sqlserver database on NETNUMENCLUSTER1. 5. Mount the NM installation path N:\ NETNUMEN on NETNUMENCLUSTER1. Then, start configuring NM server. Steps To configure NM server, perform the following steps: 1. Initialize NM server database. Run N:\NETNUMEN\ums-svr\docs\dbscript\installdb\uep\install.bat to initialize NetNumen N31 NM server database. 2. Perform system configurations on NM server. For detailed configurations, refer to the Figure 230 section. This section just introduces settings, which have influence on NM server startup, including:
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NM server startup parameter Run N:\NETNUMEN\umssvr\output\tools\configcenter\bin\ run.bat to start NM configuration center tool, as shown in Figure 230.

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FIGURE 230 NETNUMEN NM CONFIGURATION CENTER

ii. Set database IP address connected to NM server. Here, the IP is the floating IP and Sqlserver database, 10.40.88.14. Select test connection and optimization configuration. iii. Test connection: Test whether it is possible to connect the database normally with current database parameters. If parameters are wrong, the database is not enabled or the database is faulty, the system reports error.

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iv. Optimization configuration: Optimize the database automatically (mainly for SQL Server database), including set backup mode to be Simple, cleaning database log and compressing log.

Note: Switch Sqlserver database over to NETNUMENCLUSTER2. Start NM configuration center. Select optimization configuration to optimize Sql server database attributes on NETNUMENCLUSTER2.

Server multiple IP addresses setting For dual systems, the server has multiple IP addresses. It is required to perform the below settings: Modify the following parameters in the \umssvr\netnumen\ip\dsl\dsl-base.par\conf\IPMS_param.xml file. <FTP_PARAMETERS FTPIPAddress="localhost" /> Change FTPIPAddress="localhost to be the NM IP address with which NE can use ftp.

END OF STEPS Result Follow-up Action It is successful to start NM server on both computers. Normally, it is successful to start NM server on NETNUMENCLUSTER1. Close the NM server. Uninstall N:\NETNUMEN from NETNUMENCLUSTER1. Mount N:\NETNUMEN to NETNUMENCLUSTER2. It is also successful to start NM server on NETNUMENCLUSTER2.

Add NM server resources in VCS.

Prerequisite

Select Start Programs VERITAS VERITAS Cluster Manager Java Console to open VCS management interface as shown in Figure 223. NM server-related resources contain:

Resources

NM server resource group (nms-grp) Disk group resource (VMDg) Share disk resource (MountV) Network interface card resource Virtual IP resource NM program resource

Steps

To add NM server resources in VCS, perform the following steps: 1. Create NM server resource group (nms-grp).

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Right click on zte-clu as shown in Figure 226. Select Add Service Group. Add Service Group window appears as shown in Figure 231.

FIGURE 231 ADD SERVICE GROUP

ii. Input nms-grp in the Service Group name text box. Select NETNUMENCLUSTER1 and NETNUMENCLUSTER2. Check Startup. Click OK. NM resource group (nms-grp) is created as shown in Figure 232.
FIGURE 232 CREATING NM RESOURCE GROUP (NMS-GRP)

iii. Make sure two points: The sequence of AutoStartList of nms-grp is:

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group nms-grp (AutoStartList = { NETNUMENCLUSTER1, NETNUMENCLUSTER2}) Related Information AutoStartList decides on which system nms-grp runs in priority when both systems are restarted. In this instance, nms-grp runs on NETNUMENCLUSTER1 in priority. The setting is contrary to AutoStartList for sqlserver-grp resource, ensuring that sqlserver database and NM server run on different systems by default.

The value for AutoStart is true. It indicates that when the system is started, nms-grp enabled automatically.

2. Add VMDg resource to nms-grp. Right click on nms-grp in Creating NM Resource Group (nms-grp) interface as shown in Figure 232. Select Add Resource. Add Resource window appears as shown in Figure 233.
FIGURE 233 ADD RESOURCE

Select VMDg for Resource Type. Input nms-grp-VMDg in Resource Name. Set the value of DiskGroupName to be nms-dskgrp. Set the value of DGGuid. Select Critical and Enabled. Then, click OK. DGGuid is the unique ID of disk group in disk array. It is used to identify the disk group. The following steps help to get DGGuid. i. Select Start Run. Input the cmd command in the Running interface as shown in Figure 234.

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FIGURE 234 RUNNING

ii. Click OK to open the dos window. Execute the vmgetdrive command in dos window. The VMDriveInfo.txt file is created under the directory (here, it is d:) as shown in Figure 235.
FIGURE 235 CREATING VMDRIVEINFO.TXT FILE

iii. Open the d:\ VMDriveInfo.txt file as shown in Figure 236.

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FIGURE 236 D:\ VMDRIVEINFO.TXT

iv. Find the DiskGroup GUID value corresponding to DiskGroup Name = nms-dskgrp disk group. Copy it to nms-grp-VMDg resource as DGGuid value. Result: The nms-grp-VMDg resource is shown in Figure 237.
FIGURE 237 NMS-GRP-VMDG RESOURCE

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3. Add share disk resource (MountV). i. Right click on nms-grp in the nms-grp-VMDg Resource interface as shown in Figure 237.

ii. Select Add Resource. Select MountV for source type. Input nms-grp-MountV for resource name. iii. Input share disk information of NM program as follows:
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MountPath = "N:" VolumeName = nms-data VMDGResName = nms-grp-VMDg ForceUnmount = ALL AutoFSClean = 1

iv. Click OK. Result: nms-grp-MountV resource is added as shown in Figure 238, nms-grp-MountV resource is in blue, indicating normal running.
FIGURE 238 NMS-GRP-MOUNTV RESOURCE

4. Add network interface card resource Related Information Both NM programme and Sqlserver database share the same network interface card. The network interface card resource is added in sqlserver resource group. It is required to create a proxy network interface card resource in nms-grp NM resource group, pointing to sqlserver-grp-NIC. It indicates that NM resource group also uses sqlserver-grp-NIC as own network interface card resource.

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Right click on nms-grp in the nms-grp-VMDg Resource interface as shown in Figure 237.

ii. Select Add Resource. iii. Select Proxy for resource type. The resource name is proxy NIC. Select Enable. Edit TargetResName to be sqlserver-grp-NIC, the NIC resource name in sqlservergrp. iv. Click OK. Result: Adding proxy_NIC resource is complete as shown in Figure 239, proxy_NIC resource is in blue, indicating normal running.
FIGURE 239 PROXY_NIC RESOURCE

5. Add virtual IP resource. Related Information This IP resides on the computer which provides NM service. Whatever NM server runs, there is only one IP address. i. Right click on nms-grp the nms-grp-VMDg Resource interface as shown in Figure 237.

ii. Select Add Resource. iii. Select IP for resource type. iv. Input nms_IP for resource name. Property settings for nms_IP are the same as those of sqlserver-grp-IP of sqlserver-grp resource group. For subnet mask and MAC address, refer to sqlserver-grp-IP property setting. Modify IP to be 10.40.88.44, the virtual IP of NM server. Select Enabled. Properties for IP nms-IP are:
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Address = 10.40.88.44 SubNetMask = 255.255.255.0 MACAddress @NETNUMENCLUSTER1 = 00-13-21-B5-F50E MACAddress @NETNUMENCLUSTER2 = 00-14-38-B8-EE2D

v. Click OK.

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Result: Adding nms_IP resource is complete. 6. Add NM program resource. Purpose To implement VCS monitoring and management on NM program, it is required to add NM server to VCS resource group as program resource. Make preparations below: i. Configure required parameters. Ensure it is possible to start NM system manually.

Preliminary Setup

ii. Copy N:\NETNUMEN\ums-svr\output\tools\cluster to C:\cluster\cluster. Copy N:\NETNUMEN\umssvr\output\jdk-windows to C:\cluster\jdk-windows. iii. Modify NM-related scripts. Modify moni_win.bat and offline_win.vbs under N:\NETNUMEN\umssvr\output\tools\cluster\ as needed. For moni_win.bat, modify two paths. Copy jdk-windows to C:\Cluster\jdk-windows. moni_win.bat is under C:\Cluster\cluster. The absolute path for moni_win.bat is: set JDK_HOME=C:\cluster\jdk-windows set MONI_HOME=C:\cluster\cluster For offline_win.vbs, modify NM platform startup absolute path to be executable path. For instance, the NM programme is in N:\NETNUMEN\ums-svr. Modify the path to be: if ps.executablepath windows\bin\java.exe" then Script for moni_win.bat is: @echo on rem ---------------------------------------------------------------------rem monitor ums Script on cluster for Win32 rem ----------------------------------------------------------------------set JDK_HOME=C:\cluster\jdk-windows set MONI_HOME=C:\cluster\cluster ECHO %MONI_HOME% %JDK_HOME%\bin\java %MONI_HOME%;%MONI_HOME%\uep-util-classpath = "N:\NETNUMEN\jdk-

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consoleagent.jar;%MONI_HOME%\uep-psl-cluster.jar com.zte.ums.uep.psl.cluster.ConsoleStatus ECHO %ERRORLEVEL% if %ERRORLEVEL% == 1 exit 110 if %ERRORLEVEL% == 0 exit 100 Script for offline_win.vbs is for each ps in getobject _ ("winmgmts:\\.\root\cimv2:win32_process").instances_ If ps.name = "java.exe" Then if ps.executablepath windows\bin\java.exe" then wscript.echo ps.terminate end if End If 'wscript.echo ps.handle&vbtab&ps.name&vbtab&ps.executablepath Next iv. Set NM configuration file For parameters in NM configuration file of umssvr\platform\psl\extservice\console\conf\maincontroller.xml, it is recommended to set them to be 1. In this way, the console interface may pop up, for viewing NM status conveniently. <! Whether the console has interface or not. The parameter is set to be an integer. 1 With interface, 0 Without interface> <client-type>1</client-type> Run ums-svr\bin\ console.bat to start the console with interface manually. Select Start automatically while starting the console, as shown in Figure 240. Then, close console. When VCS starts console, console will start NM server automatically. = "N:\NETNUMEN\jdk-

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FIGURE 240 UMS NM PLATFORM SERVER CONSOLE

v. Copy NM-related scripts to dual systems. Perform operations below on both systems. Create a cluster directory in C:\. Copy N:\NETNUMEN\ums-svr\tools\cluster C:\cluster\cluster. Copy N:\NETNUMEN\ums-svr\jdk-windows C:\cluster\jdk-windows. vi. Add NM resource. Right click on nms-grp in the nms-grp-VMDg Resource interface as shown in Figure 237. Select Add Resource to add NM resource. Select Process for resource type. Input NETNUMEN for resource name as shown in Figure 241.
FIGURE 241 ADD NM RESOURCE

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InteractWithDesktop: Set InteractWithDesktop to be True. StartProgram: Set StartProgram to be absolute path of NM starting file, for instance, N:\NETNUMEN\umssvr\bin\console.bat. StopProgram: Set StopProgram. The stop script is VBS file. It is required to set command line: cscript /H:Cscript /NOLOGO C:\cluster\cluster\offline_win.vbs. MonitorProgram: Set MonitorProgram. Monitor programme monitors the absolute path of NM monitor script. Here, it is C:\cluster\cluster\ moni_win.bat. Select Process show all attribute restartlimit. Set the restart limit to be 3. Start the current system for three times. If it still fails, switch over to another system as shown in Figure 242.
FIGURE 242 SET RESTARTLIMIT TO BE 3

Note: For VCS4,2 version, there is no restartlimit attribute.

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Result: The configured NM program resource is shown in Figure 243.


FIGURE 243 NM PROGRAMME RESOURCE

Follow-up Action

Add relationship. Select nms-grp. Select the Resource tab. Click link to add relations between resources. This relationship chart is very important. VCS decides starting and exiting sequence according to the chart as shown in Figure 244.

FIGURE 244 ADDING RELATIONSHIP

Test nms-grp, including two items below: Make sure all resource settings are available after resources are added in nms-grp. If the resource is grey, select it. Right click on it. Select Enable. Check all parameters, Ensure all resources are in Enable status. Select nm-grp resource. Right click on it. Select online NETNUMENCLUSTER1 or (NETNUMENCLUSTER2). The NM

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system can run on NETNUMENCLUSTER1 (or NETNUMENCLUSTER2). Select nm-grp resource. Right click on it. Select switch to NETNUMENCLUSTER2 (NETNUMENCLUSTER1). The NM system can switch to another system. END OF STEPS Result NetNumen N31 NM group resources (nms-grp) configuration is complete.

Establish relationship between sqlserver-grp and nms-grp.

Purpose

To establish the relationship sqlserver-grp and nms-grp, ensuring that NM server can start normally after NM-related resources are started. To establish relationship between sqlserver-grp and nms-grp, perform the following steps: 1. Select cluster: zte-clu in VCS management interface. Select the Service Group tab as shown in Figure 245.
FIGURE 245 SERVICE GROUP

Steps

2. Click link. Link Service Groups window appears as shown in Figure 246.

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FIGURE 246 LINK SERVICE GROUPS

3. Select online global and firm. Click OK. 4. Save configurations. NOTE: Create a connection line pointing from nms-grp to sqlserver-grp. It indicates that NM resource group relies on database resource group. END OF STEPS Result Configurations on all VCS resources are complete. Figure 247 shows the status when all resources are in normal startup.
FIGURE 247 ALL VCS RESOURCES ARE STARTED NORM ALLY

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Upgrading VCS License


Purpose Steps To update VCS license. To update the VCS license, perform the following steps: 1. Open the control panel. Select Add/Delete Programs. Find VFSW4.1(Server Components) as shown in Figure 248.
FIGURE 248 FINDING PROGRAM

2. Click Modify. A window for modifying options appears as shown in Figure 249.
FIGURE 249 MODIFYING OPTIONS

3. Select License Management. Click Next. License window appears as shown in Figure 250.

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FIGURE 250 LICENSE INTERFACE

The License interface as shown in Figure 250 shows License of current Cluster. Click the current License to display details of the current license. 4. Input a new License in the Enter a license key: text box. Click Update. The new license is updated. The new license information is displayed. 5. Click Remove to delete the expired License. Click Finish to end the update. END OF STEPS Result VCS license is updated successfully.

Test Dual System Hot Backup Software


Test VCS dual system running status for ensuring normal operation. This section includes the following:

Test Single System Test Dual System Test Rules for Local Dual Hot Backup System

Test Single System


Purpose To test a single system.

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Steps

To test a single system, perform the following steps: 1. Select nms-grp. 2. Right click on it. 3. Select online ZXNMO1CLUSTER1. Resource groups are started in the sequence set in the relationship. Test the running of NETNUMENCLUSTER1 and NETNUMENCLUSTER2. END OF STEPS

Result

Single system is tested successfully.

Test Dual Systems


Purpose Steps To test dual systems. To test dual systems, perform the following steps: 1. Manual switchover Run nms-grp on NETNUMENCLUSTER1. Select NETNUMENCLUSTER1. Select the switchover operation. The nms-grp is switched over to NETNUMENCLUSTER2. 2. Automatic switchover when the programme on running node is faulty. When the programme on node running with resource group is faulty, the system monitors the fault and switches the resource group to the backup node automatically. Simulate a programme fault manually to have a test. For instance, terminate the process of sqlserver database or shut down NM server manually. 3. Automatic switchover when running node is closed. When the node running with resource group has hardware fault or power problem, the system switches over to backup node automatically. Simulate such a fault manually. For instance, shut down NETNUMENCLUSTER1 when resource group is running on NETNUMENCLUSTER. The resource group will switch over to NETNUMENCLUSTER2 automatically. END OF STEPS Result Dual system is tested successfully.

Test Rules for Local Dual Hot Backup System


Test rules for local dual hot backup system include:

Switch over resource groups manually. It is possible for NM server to have a switchover between two systems.

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Automatic switchover in faulty status.


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Terminate database progress manually. Sqlserver database is switched over to the NM server system. The dual system and NM server works normally. Terminate NM progress manually. If NM fails to restart for three times, NM is switched to the sql database system. NM server works normally. Disconnect all service network interfaces manually. The system detects the fault and switches the resource group to another system. Close node1 which is running sqlserver database. The resource group is switched over to node2 automatically. Close node1 which is running NM resource group. The resource group is switched over to node2 automatically. When both systems are restarted simultaneously, sqlserver database and NM server run in different system.

Note: VCS technical support phone: 800-810-9771. Prepare product serial number, which is available on the product certificate.

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VCS4.0 for UNIX


This chapter covers the following topics:

Overview System Installation Configuring VCS System NM Dual System Test Rules System Security

Overview
This chapter covers the detailed installation and configuration of NetNumen N31 V4.2.0 dual hot backup system VCS4.0 in Solaris9 operating system. Related contents are as follows:

Solaris9 operating system installation Configuration requirements of disk array VCS4.0 installation and configuration Oracle9.i database installation NetNumen N31 V4.2.0 configuration NM server installation and

Dual Hot Backup Configuration Requirements


Hardware and software requirements for NetNumen N31 (V4.2.0) dual hot backup system are as follows:

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Hardware Requirements

NM server Two UNIX servers with the same model and configurations are required. The minimum configuration requirements are:
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Memory: Not less than 1 G Swap partition equals to the twice of real physical memory. Three network interfaces: Two interfaces connect to heartbeat cable for mutual monitoring. The third one connects to public network cable for providing NM service. One disk array card for connecting disk array. Set the disk in RAID1+0 array mode. Five disks are required. Four disks are set in RAID1+0 array mode and the fifth one is set to be hot spare, as the backup of the other four disks. Data on disk array: Data files of NM server and oracle database, and backup files of NM. Configure four LUN r66655. Here, take a disk array with 146 G as an instance. Table 19 lists the division of disk.

Disk array
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TABLE 19 DISK P ARTITION

LUN No. 1 2 3 4

Mount Path /export/home/ora cle/oradata /netnumen /export/home/ba ckup /export/home/ftp

Function Oracle database data files Install NM system server program Data file backup Save traffic statistic files

Min. Value 40 G 15 G 15 G 40 G

Value 45 G 20 G 20 G 60 G

Note: The number of LUNs and size of each LUN depend on system requirements. For example, both database file partition and NM server file partition depend on the scale of onsite NM and database scale. If it is required to install other programmes, which is under VCS management, it is possible to add the number of LUN. Confirm the number of LUN as required.

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Software Requirements

Operating system software


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Solaris9 Operating system patch: The latest 9_Recommended VCS4.0 If there is the latest VCS patch, install the latest patch. Oracle9.2 + Oracle database patch Install Oracle database programme in home region, for instance, /export/home/oracle. Put Oracle data file on disk array. The mount point is /export/home/oracle/oradata, for share data resource. Install NM server software on disk array. The mount point is /netnumen. Put NM data backup directory on disk array. The mount point is /export/home/backup.

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Installing NM dual hot backup system VCS4.0 for UNIX include the following:

Solaris9 operating system installation Disk array partition Setting network Oracle database installation VCS4.0 installation

Solaris9 Operating System Installation


Purpose Preliminary Setup To install Solaris9 operating system. Use local CD-ROM driver to Install Solaris software on SPARCbased single system. Graphic operating interfaces are available during installation.

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Install Solaris9 system on both hosts. Take host names as netnumencluster1 and netnumencluster2. Steps To install Solaris9 operating system, perform the following steps: 1. Power ON the host. Insert CD-ROM SOLARIS SOFTWARE 1 of 2. Enter OK status. (If Solaris is installed before, press Stop + A while starting the system.). 2. Input the boot cdrom command after the DOS prompt. Press Enter. The system is restarted automatically. 3. Select language: English 4. Select area: English 5. Solaris installation program. Continue. 6. Identify the system. Continue. 7. Select Online for Network connectivity. Continue. 8. Select No for DHCP. Continue. 9. Select the default for network interface. Generally, it is eri0. Continue.

Note: The list changes with various built-in network card types, such as eri, ce and hme. If eri0 exists in the list, there is eri network card. If ce0 exists, there is ce network card. If hme0 exists, there is hme network card. Record available network cards for later use.

10. Input netnumencluster1 as the first host name. Continue. 11. Input 10.61.94.3 as the IP address of netnumencluster1. Continue. 12. Select Yes for Subnet Continue. 13. Input 255.255.255.0 as network mask. Continue. 14. Select None for IPV6. Continue. 15. Select None for default route. Continue. 16. Confirm information. Continue. 17. Select None for security policy. Continue. 18. Confirm information. Continue. 19. Select None for name service. Continue. 20. Confirm information. Continue. 21. Select time zone, continue. 22. Select country and region. Continue. 23. Set date and time. Continue.

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24. Confirm information. Continue. 25. Select Initial for Solaris interactive installation program. 26. Select Standard for installation mode of Solaris interactive installation program. 27. Select geographical region. Continue. 28. Select Entire Distribution plus OEM support 64-bit for software. Continue. 29. Select c1t0d0 for disk. Select c1t0d0 for boot disk. Click OK. Select Configure EEPROM again. 30. Do not select 'Save data. Continue. 31. Auto format file system. Continue. 32. The File System and Disk Format interface pops up. Select the disk. Divide the disk. Table 20 lists the c1t0d0 disk. Here, take the disk of 60 G as an example.
TABLE 20 C1T0D0 DISK PARTITION

Partition No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Mount to / swap overlap /var /export/home

Size (G) 15 G Twice of host memory Overlap indicates the size of the whole disk. Do not modify it. 5G Reserve one partition and 500 M space for creating MetaDB while disk mirror. The rest space, approximately 44 G

33. Do not install remote file system. Continue. 34. Summary table for confirming boot system, language and hardware setting. Continue. 35. Alarm (It is a system prompt about disk space including unused disk space. Leave it.). Click OK. 36. Select Auto Reboot to start installation. 37. Wait for system installation and reboot. 38. Set hyper users password (root password). Input nms@zte. Press Enter. Input the password again for confirmation.

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39. Select CD/DVD for medium. Click Next. 40. Insert the CD of SOLARIS 9 SOFTWARE 2 of 2. Click OK to start installation. 41. Installation summary. Click Next. 42. Select CD/DVD for medium. Click Next. 43. Insert the CD of SOLARIS 9 LANGUAGES. Click OK. 44. Click Install to start installation. 45. Installation summary. Click Exit. 46. Click Reboot. 47. Reboot the system.

Note:

Select zh.GBK while logs on to Solaris. Select CDE for the first login.

END OF STEPS Result Solaris9 operating system is successfully installed.

Installing Latest Solaris9 Patch


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To install the latest patch for Solaris9 system. Download the patch from the SUN company website or ask one from the provider. Generally, the recommended patch is 9_Recommended.zip. To install the latest patch for Solaris9 system, perform the following steps: 1. Upload Solaris9 patch. i. Log on to SUN server as root user. ii. If the patch file resides on a computer with Windows operating system, transfer the file to SUN server in FTP. Remember to use binary mode file transmission.
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Decompress the patch file of 9_Recommended.zip on SUN server. Ensure root user has the right of reading the file. Depress the patch # unzip 9_Recommended.zip as root user. Press Enter. A directory with 9_Recommended will be created after depression.

ii. Enter the directory of 9_Recommended. Press return key. iii. Install the patch packet as root user: # ./install_cluster. Press Enter. NOTE: There is a point before /. iv. When the system prompts Whether to install or not, input y. Press Enter. The auto installation starts. The installation may last for one to four hours.

Note: Generally, if SCSI disk array is used, install the patch 9_Recommended.zip from SUN. If fiber array is used, install SUNWsan patch additionally. The array CD contains the patch.

END OF STEPS Result Solaris9 patch is successfully installed.

Disk Array Partition


Disk array Partition includes the following:

Hardware Connection Requirements SUN 3310 Disk Array Partition Dividing SUN A1000 Disk Array

Hardware Connection
Figure 251 shows hardware connection. Host A refers to netnumencluster1. Host B refers to netnumencluste2. Connect Host A and Host B with two crossover cables used as heartbeat cables. Both hosts use heartbeat cables to monitor the opposite status. Connect SCSI cables to connect disk arrays. Both hosts access to Internet via network interface.

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FIGURE 251 DUAL HOT BACKUP NM SYSTEM

Requirements
Take SUNA1000 disk array as an example to divide disk array. If disk arrays of other models are used, follow the below given requirements to divide the disk array. 1. Divide disk array in RAID1+0 mode. Divide four disks in RAID1+0 mode. Set the fifth disk to be global hot spare, which is the backup of other four disks. 2. Establish four LUN on RAID1 + 0 array.

One LUN saves data file of oracle database. Second LUN saves NM server program. Third LUN saves backup NM data. The fourth one saves traffic files. Divide disk spaces of four logical drivers as needed.

Table 21 lists the four LUN disk spaces. Take the disk space of 146 G as an instance.
TABLE 21 DISK P ARTITION

LUN No. 1 2

Mount to /export/home/ora cle/oradata /netnumen

Function Oracle database data files Install NM system server program Data file backup Save traffic statistic files

Min. Value 40 G 15 G

Value 45 G 20 G

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/export/home/bac kup /export/home/ftp

15 G 40 G

20 G 60 G

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Note:

The number of LUNs and size of each LUN depend on system requirements. For example, both database file division and NM server file division depend on the scale of on-site NM and database scale. If it is required to install other programmes, which is under VCS management, it is possible to add the quantity of LUN. Confirm the number of LUNs as required.

3. Format the space on disk array to be file system.

SUN 3310 Disk Array Partition


Purpose Steps To divide SUN 3310 disk array. If other disk arrays are used, please refer to the attached disk array management guide. To divide the disk array, perform the following steps: 1. Set scisi ID. Usually, 3310 has a controller. The default configuration is suggested. After rebooting computer, press Stop + A, execute below commands to detect whether the system can identify SCSI card. OK> probe-scsi-all If system identifies SCSI card successfully, it shows the usage of disk array. If not, the system gives a prompt. OK> printenv, display each equipment situation and SCSI ID number. After establishment, execute boot r command in OK status. Reboot the system; the disk array can start running if SCSI is in normal status. 2. Configure disk array. i. Connect disk array to host using the attached console cable. Input tip hardwire. Select Terminal (VT100 Mode). Enter configuration interface. View and edit channels select 1 and 3 in sequence view and edit scsi id. Add master or slave controller. Do not use the same id. Configure each interface with one master and one slave controller. iii. Divide Disk Array. View and edit logical drive create logical drive. Select four hard disks and divide them as RAID + 0.

ii. Configure disk arrays controller.

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View and edit drives add global spare drive. The fifth disk is set to be hot spare, as the backup of the other four disks. iv. Establish LUN. View and edit logical drivespartition logical drive. Divide disk space into 45 G, 20 G, 20 G, 60 G in sequence. v. MAP Disk. View and edit host luns, map four LUNs separately. vi. Modify /kernel/drv/sd.conf file and the target (Use the format command to view). For example, if disk array is c2t2d0, add the following contents into the file: name="sd" class="scsi" class_prop="atapi" target=2 lun=1; name="sd" class="scsi" class_prop="atapi" target=2 lun=2; name="sd" class="scsi" class_prop="atapi" target=2 lun=3; vii. Execute #reboot -- -r to reboot system. NOTE: Use esc to confirm operation. 3. Format disk array. i. After dividing disk array, commands to identify the disk. #drvconfig #disks Or #devfsadm C ii. Use the format command to view disk array. It displays that c1t0d0 is a local disk. The other four are four LUNs of disk array. In this instance, the available space for disk array is 146 GB.
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45 GB for c3t0d0, for saving data files of Oracle database 20 GB for c3t0d1, for saving NM server program 20 GB for c3t0d2, for saving NM backup data 60 GB for c3t0d3, for saving NM traffic statistics files Input the following black commands.

oot@ zxnm01cluster1 # format Searching for disks...done AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS: 0. c1t0d0 <SUN146G cyl 14087 alt 2 hd 24 sec 848> /pci@9,600000/SUNW,qlc@2/fp@0,0/ssd@w500000e0110ff591,0

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1. c3t0d0 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 3994 alt 2 hd 64 sec 64> /pseudo/rdnexus@4/rdriver@5,0 2. c3t0d1 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 19998 alt 2 hd 64 sec 64> /pseudo/rdnexus@4/rdriver@5,0 3. c3t0d2 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 49749 alt 2 hd 64 sec 64> /pseudo/rdnexus@4/rdriver@5,0 4. c3t0d3 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 59712 alt 2 hd 64 sec 64> /pseudo/rdnexus@4/rdriver@5,0 Specify disk (enter its number): 1 selecting c3t0d0 [disk formatted] Warning: Current Disk has mounted partitions. FORMAT MENU: disk type - select a disk - select (define) a disk type

partition - select (define) a partition table current - describe the current disk format repair label - format and analyze the disk - repair a defective sector - write label to the disk

analyze - surface analysis defect backup verify save - defect list management - search for backup labels - read and display labels - save new disk/partition definitions

inquiry - show vendor, product and revision volname !<cmd> quit format> p PARTITION MENU: 0 1 2 3 4 5 - change `0' partition - change `1' partition - change `2' partition - change `3' partition - change `4' partition - change `5' partition - set 8-character volume name - execute <cmd>, then return

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- change `6' partition - change `7' partition

select - select a predefined table modify - modify a predefined partition table name - name the current table print - display the current table label - write partition map and label to the disk !<cmd> - execute <cmd>, then return quit partition> p Current partition table (original): Total disk cylinders available: 19998 + 2 (reserved cylinders)

Part 0 1 2

Tag Flag root wm

Cylinders 0 - 127 128 - 255 0 -4398 0 0 0

Size

Blocks 262144 262144

128.00MB (128/0/0) 128.00MB (128/0/0)

swap wu backup wu

43.05GB (19998/0/0) 40955904 0 0 0 (0/0/0) (0/0/0) (0/0/0) 0 0 0

3 unassigned wm 4 unassigned wm 5 unassigned wm 6 usr wm

256 4398

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iii. Use the newfs command to establish the format disk array to be file system. #newfs /dev/dsk/c3t0d0s2 newfs: construct a new file system /dev/ dsk / c3t0d0s2: (y/n)? y .. Format the other three partitions (c3t0d1s2c3t0d2s2 c3t0d3s2 ) in the same way. Disk array is available after formatting. END OF STEPS Result SUN 3310 disk array partition is done successfully.

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Dividing SUN A1000 Disk Array


Introduction Take SUNA1000 disk array as an example to divide disk array. If disk arrays of other models are used, the required disk array management software and partition may be different from those for SUNA100 disk array. Please refer to attached disk array management guide. To divide disk array. To divide disk array, perform the following steps: 1. Set scsi ID. i. Connect hardware as shown in Figure 251 . Start up the host. Set the serial number of SCSI card. Set one host with default value 7 and the other to be 6. Restart both hosts to validate the setting.

Purpose Steps

ii. Press Stop + A. Execute below commands to detect whether the system can identify SCSI card. OK> probe-scsi-all If it is successful to identify SCSI card, the system shows the usage of disk array. If not, the system gives a wrong prompt. OK> printenv, displaying system information and SCSI ID. If SCSI ID numbers of both hosts are in collision to each other, use the command below to set SCSI ID. OK>setenv scsi-initiator-id 6, setting SCSI ID to be 6. iii. Use the boot r command to reboot the system. Result: The disk array can be in normal operation if SCSI is normal. 2. Install disk management software RAID MANAGER RAID MANAGER is a kind of software for managing disk array, developed by SUN. The function of RAID MANAER is to perform configuration and management on disk array of SCSI interface, such as A1000/D1000. For different disk array, the management software is various. For disk arrays with other models, refer to attached disk array management software. It is very easy to install RAID MANAGER. Key points are: i. Use the #/usr/sbin/pkgadd d /cdrom/cdrom0/Product command to install RAID MANAGER. Follow system prompts to implement installation. ii. Use #reboot -- -r command to restart the system.

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3. Dividing Disk Array Divide four disks in RAID1+0 mode. Set the fifth disk to be global hot spare. Divide four LUN. 4. Format disk array. i. Execute the #drvconfig and #disks commands to identify the disk. It displays that c1t0d0 is local disk. The other four are four LUN of disk array. In this instance, the available space for disk array is 146 G.
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45 G for c3t0d0, for saving data files of oracle database 20 G for c3t0d1, for saving NM server program 20 G for c3t0d2, for saving NM backup data 60 G for c3t0d3, for saving NM traffic statistics files root@ netnumencluster1 # format Searching for disks...done AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS: 0. c1t0d0 <SUN146G cyl 14087 alt 2 hd 24 sec 848> /pci@9,600000/SUNW,qlc@2/fp@0,0/ssd@w500000e0110 ff591,0 1. c3t0d0 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 3994 alt 2 hd 64 sec 64> /pseudo/rdnexus@4/rdriver@5,0 2. c3t0d1 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 19998 alt 2 hd 64 sec 64> /pseudo/rdnexus@4/rdriver@5,0 3. c3t0d2 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 49749 alt 2 hd 64 sec 64> /pseudo/rdnexus@4/rdriver@5,0 4. c3t0d3 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 59712 alt 2 hd 64 sec 64> /pseudo/rdnexus@4/rdriver@5,0

Specify disk (enter its number) 1 selecting c3t0d0 [disk formatted] Warning Current Disk has mounted partitions.

FORMAT MENU:

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disk type partition current format repair label analyze defect backup verify save inquiry volname !<cmd> quit format> p

- select a disk - select (define) a disk type - select (define) a partition table - describe the current disk - format and analyze the disk - repair a defective sector - write label to the disk - surface analysis - defect list management - search for backup labels - read and display labels - save new disk/partition definitions - show vendor, product and revision - set 8-character volume name - execute <cmd>, then return

PARTITION MENU: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 - change `0' partition - change `1' partition - change `2' partition - change `3' partition - change `4' partition - change `5' partition - change `6' partition - change `7' partition

select - select a predefined table modify - modify a predefined partition table name print label disk !<cmd> quit partition> p Current partition table (original): Total disk cylinders (reserved cylinders) available: 19998 + 2 - execute <cmd>, then return - name the current table - display the current table - write partition map and label to the

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Part Blocks 0 (128/0/0)

Tag root

Flag wm 262144

Cylinders 0 - 127 128 - 255 0 -4398 0 0 0 256 - 4398 0

Size 128.00MB 128.00MB 43.05GB 0 0 0 43.03GB 0

1 swap wu (128/0/0) 262144 2 backup wu (19998/0/0) 40955904 3 unassigned (0/0/0) 4 unassigned (0/0/0) 5 unassigned (0/0/0) 6 (19742/0/0) wm 0 wm 0 wm 0

usr wm 40431616 wm 0

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iii. Use the newfs command to create the disk array to be file system. #newfs /dev/dsk/ c3t0d0s2 Newfs: construct a new file system /dev/ dsk / c3t0d0s2: (y/n)? y .. END OF STEPS Result Follow-up Action The disk array is available. Format the other three partitions in the same way.

Setting Network
Purpose Preliminary Setup To set the network. Use both hme0 and hme1 as heartbeat network interfaces. Use Eri0 as service network interface of public network.

Note: Perform this operation on both systems.

Steps

To set the network, perform the following steps: 1. Modify the /etc/profile file. Use vi or text editor to add contents below at the end of the /etc/profile file. PATH=/sbin:/usr/sbin:/opt/VRTSvcs/bin:$PATH

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export PATH (Press Enter to go to the next line.) 2. Hosts allocation The host names netnumencluster2 are: netnumencluster1 and

3. Public network interface cards IP address allocation

Use eri0 as public network interface card. Allocate IP addresses as follow: 10.61.94.3: netnumencluster1 10.61.94.30: netnumencluster12 Floating IP address To ensure that the same IP is used wherever oracle database runs, it is recommended to use floating IP. In this way, it is possible for oracle database to run transparently on dual systems. To ensure that the same IP is used wherever NM server runs, it is recommended to use floating IP too. In this way, it is possible to provide transparent services to NM client. Floating IP is set on the network interface card of public network because it need provide external services. Floating IP address for oracle database is 10.61.94.253. The server name is oracledbsvr. Floating IP address for NM server is 10.61.94.254. The server name is nmssvr.

4. Check and modify contents of the /etc/hosts file.

After modification, the /etc/hosts file of netnumencluster1 has following contents: 127.0.0.1 10.61.94.3 localhost netnumencluster1 loghost

10.61.94.30 netnumencluster2 # (It is for accessing the other host while installing VCS.) 10.61.94.253 10.61.94.254

oracledbsvr nmssvr

After modification, the /etc/hosts file of zxnm02cluster1 has following contents: 127.0.0.1 10.61.94.30 localhost netnumencluster2 loghost

10.61.94.3 netnumencluster1 # (It is for accessing the other host while installing VCS.) 10.61.94.253 10.61.94.254 oracledbsvr nmssvr

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5. Edit contents of network interface card file The logical name corresponding to network interface card name may vary due to different location. Sometimes, it is required to configure a temporary IP address to confirm the logical name of network interface card. Execute the prtdiag command to view whether contents of hme, ce and eri exist. Confirm the network interface card type of public network, such as hme, ce and eri. The file names may various according to different external network interface card type. Solaris9 Operating System Installation section describes the built-in network interface card type. If both built-in network interface card and external network interface card are hme, their file names are hostname, ce0 and hostname, ce1 respectively. If external network interface cards are eri, their file names are hostname, eri0 and hostname, eri1 respectively. If network interface cards of other types are used, change eri according to the relevant network interface card types.

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6. Edit contents of the /.rhosts file For the /.rhosts file of both hosts, the content is the + mark. If there the /.rhosts file does not exist, create it. + (Press the Enter key to another line.) 7. Check the contents of the /etc/netmasks file The /etc/netmasks file is the subnet mask of the host: 10.61.92.0 255.255.252.0 8. Check the contents of the /etc/ defaultrouter file. The /etc/defaultrouter file is the gateway setting of the host. Add the gateway on both hosts. If the /etc/defaultrouter file does not exist, create it. root@ netnumencluster2 # cat /etc/defaultrouter 10.61.95.254 Use #route add default 10.61.95.254 command to add the gateway. 9. Restart the system

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Use root@ netnumencluster1# init 6 command to restart netnumencluster1 and netnumencluster2. END OF STEPS Result Follow-up Action Network is successfully set. Use commands below to check:

Use #hostname command to check the host name. Use #ifconfig a command to check IP address. There need be one IP address for hme0, hme1 and eri0 respectively.

Installing Oracle Database


Installing oracle database on both hosts include the following:

Preparations before Installation Installing Oracle Database on netnumencluster1 Installing Oracle Database on netnumencluster2 Modifying Oracle Database Service IP as Floating IP

Preparations before Installation


1. Create Oracle database mount point, for saving data files of database. Create a /export/home/oradata directory as oracle user, for saving data files of Oracle database. #su oracle $ pwd /export/home/oracle $mkdir oradata 2. Mount the data partition of oracle database on disk array, for saving oracle data file. #mount /export/home/oracle/oradata /dev/dsk/c3t0d0s2

Then, use tdf k command to see the /export/home/oracle/oradata directory on netnumencluster1. NOTE: Perform operations described in this section only on one host, such as netnumencluster1.

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Installing Oracle Database on netnumencluster1


Purpose Steps To install oracle database on netnumencluster1. To install oracle database on netnumencluster1, perform the following steps: 1. Install oracle database. Install oracle and relevant patches on netnumencluster1. For details, refer Installing Oracle 9i section. NOTE: Put oracle database file on disk array. That is to input /export/home/oracle/oradata on the Database File Location interface. 2. Oracle database backup i. Uninstall oracle data files from disk array. #umount/export/home/oracle/oradata #cd/export/home ii. Back up database /export/home/oracle #tar cvf oracle.tar /export/home/oracle iii. Back up database /export/home/ apache #tar cvf END OF STEPS Result Oracle database on netnumencluster1 is installed successfully. apache.tar /export/home/ apache

Installing Oracle Database on netnumencluster2


Purpose To install oracle database on netnumencluster2. It is unnecessary to re-install oracle database on netnumencluster2. Actually, it is to perform relevant configurations on netnumencluster2 and copy database files from netnumencluster1 to netnumencluster2. Steps To install oracle database on netnumencluster2, perform the following steps. 1. Set UNIX core parameters on Oracle9i. Right click on the desktop. Select File File Management Program on the right-key menu. Enter the etc directory. Open system files. Add UNIX core parameters to files ending with Oracle9i (There should be no blanks at the starting and ending of the file). Then, save the file. set semsys:seminfo_semmni=100 set semsys:seminfo_semmns=1024 set semsys:seminfo_semmsl=256 set shmsys:shminfo_shmmax=4294967295

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set shmsys:shminfo_shmmin=1 set shmsys:shminfo_shmmni=100 set shmsys:shminfo_shmseg=10 2. Create user group and oracle user. At terminal, use admintool command to open system administrator tool. i. Add three user groups such as install, dba and apchadm in system administrator tool. Select View User Group from system administrator tool. Select Edit Add menu. Add User Group window appears. Input install, dba and apchadm in Group Name column. Select default values for other columns. Click OK. ii. Add a user oracle (for Oracle database). Select View User in system administrator tool. Select Edit Add menu. Add User window appears. Configure parameters as given below. Select default values for unlisted parameters. Click OK.
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User name: oracle Primary group: install Secondary group: dba Log in Shell: Bourne Password: Normal password (It is required to input oracle password twice. It is recommended to use oracle.) Create the main directory: Check the item. Main directory path: /export/home/oracle (It is supposed that /expert/home is user division.) Select View User in system administrator tool. Select Edit Add menu. Add User window appears. Configure parameters as given below. Select default values for unlisted parameters. Click OK.

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NOTE: If it fails to use above-mentioned admintool normally, use commands below to add three user groups of install, dba apchadm and two users of oracle and apache. groupadd install groupadd dba groupadd apchadm useradd d /export/home/oracle g install G dba m oracle passwd oracle (It is required to input oracle password twice.) useradd d /export/home/apache g install G apchadm m apache passwd apache (It is required to input apache password twice.) 3. Copy oracle database netnumencluster2. files from netnumencluster1 to p

root@ netnumencluster2# rcp netnumencluster1:/export/home/oracle.tar /export/home root@ netnumencluster2# rcp netnumencluster1:/export/home/apache.tar /export/home root@ netnumencluster2# rcp /var/opt/oracle /var/opt Note: Modify directory right: root@ netnumencluster2# /var/opt/oracle 4. Decompress oracle database file. i. chmod fR rp

netnumencluster1:

777

Decompress oracle database files of oracle.tar and apache.tar to the local. root@ netnumencluster2# cd /export/home

ii. Decompress oracle.tar root@ netnumencluster2# tar xvf oracle.tar iii. Decompress apache.tar. root@ netnumencluster2# tar xvf apache.tar 5. Modify machine name-related files. i. Modify $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/ listener.ora file: Modify host= netnumencluster2 tnsnames.ora

ii. Modify $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/ file: Modify host= netnumencluster2 NOTE: Remember to save operations.

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6. Confirm whether it is successful to copy Oracle database. Enable/disable operations manually to check whether it is successful to create oracle database on netnumencluster2. Follow steps below: i. Mount oracle database files on disk array. #mount /export/home/oracle/oradata ii. Enable oracle database. If it is successful to install oracle database on netnumencluster2, Oracle database can be started normally. END OF STEPS Result Follow-up Step Oracle database is successfully configured on netnumencluster2. Back up oracle data files on disk array. Backup files are used to resume Oracle database in faulty situation. root@ netnumencluster2# cd /export/home/oracle root@ netnumencluster2# /export/home/oracle/oradata tar cvf oradata.tar /dev/dsk/c3t0d0s2

Modifying Oracle Database Service IP as Floating IP


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To modify oracle database service IP to be floating IP. Ensure both systems are installed with oracle database. The float IP is 10.61.94.253. To modify service IP, perform the following steps: 1. Modify $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/ Modify host=10.61.94. 253 listener.ora file:

2. Modify $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/ tnsnames.ora file: Modify host=10.61.94. 253 NOTE: Perform operations on both systems.

Note: The database does not start if the floating IP 10.61.94.253 is not bound to the current computer. Use the ifconfig a command to view computer IP address.

END OF STEPS Result The oracle database service IP is modified to be floating IP successfully.

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Installing VCS4.0
Purpose To install dual hot backup system software VCS4.0

Installing VCS Software


Purpose To install VCS software. NOTE: Install VCS software on either of both hosts, such as netnumencluster1. The installation program will install VCS software to the other host automatically. Preliminary Setup Steps Insert VCS installation netnumencluster1. CD storage_solutions_4.0 to

To install VCS software, execute the following commands: 1. root@ netnumencluster1# pwd /cdrom/storage_solutions_4.0_cd1 2. root@ netnumencluster1# ./installer VERITAS Storage Solutions 4.0 Copyright (c) 2004 VERITAS Software Corporation. All rights reserved. VERITAS, the VERITAS Logo and all other VERITAS product names and slogans are trademarks or registered trademarks of VERITAS Software Corporation. VERITAS and the VERITAS Logo Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. Other product names and/or slogans mentioned registered trademarks of their respective companies. herein may be trademarks or

VERITAS Storage Solutions 4.0 VERITAS Licensing utilities are not installed on this system Selection Menu:

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I) Install/Upgrade a Product Product L) License a Product Check U) Uninstall a Product Q) Quit ?) Help

C) Configure an Installed P) Perform a Preinstallation

D) View a Product Description

3. Enter a Selection: [I,C,L,P,U,D,Q,?] i Install/Upgrade a Product VERITAS Storage Solutions 4.0 1) VERITAS File System (FlashSnap Option) 2) VERITAS Volume Manager (FlashSnap Option, VVR Option) 3) VERITAS Volume Replicator 4) VERITAS Cluster Server 5) VERITAS Cluster Server Traffic Director 6) VERITAS Storage Foundation (QuickStart, Standard, Standard HA, Enterprise, Enterprise HA, and VVR Option) 7) VERITAS Storage Foundation for Oracle (Standard, Enterprise, Enterprise HA, VVR Option) 8) VERITAS Storage Enterprise, Enterprise HA, VVR Option) 9) VERITAS Storage Foundation for Sybase (HA, FlashSnap Option, VVR Option) 10) VERITAS SANPoint Control QuickStart 11) VERITAS Enterprise Administrator GUI B) Back to previous menu Foundation for DB2 (Standard,

4. Select a product to install: [1-11,b,q] 4 VERITAS Cluster Server PROGRAM VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

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Copyright (c) 2004 VERITAS Software Corporation. All rights reserved. VERITAS, the VERITAS Logo and all other VERITAS product names and slogans are trademarks or registered trademarks of VERITAS Software Corporation. VERITAS and the VERITAS Logo Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. Other product names and/or slogans mentioned registered trademarks of their respective companies. 5. Enter the system names separated by spaces on which to install VCS: netnumencluster1 netnumencluster2 Checking system communication: Checking OS version netnumencluster1............................. SunOS 5.9 Checking installed VRTSvcs package ................................ on not herein may be trademarks or

Verifying communication with netnumencluster2................... ping successful Attempting rsh with netnumencluster2............................. rsh successful Attempting rcp with netnumencluster2............................. rcp successful Checking OS version netnumencluster2............................... SunOS 5.8 Checking installed VRTSvcs package ................................ on not on

Creating log directory netnumencluster2................................. Done Logs for installer are /var/tmp/installer1115142948. being created

in

Using /usr/bin/rsh and /usr/bin/rcp to communicate with remote systems. Initial system check completed successfully.

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6. Press [Return] to continue: VERITAS PROGRAM VERITAS Infrastructure package installation: Installing VERITAS Infrastructure packages on netnumencluster1: Checking installed Checking installed VRTScpi VRTSvlic package package ................................ ............................... not not CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

Checking file system space ................ required space is available Installing VRTScpi 4.0.5 netnumencluster1............................. Done Installing VRTSvlic 3.02.005d netnumencluster1........................ Done on on

Installing VERITAS Infrastructure packages on netnumencluster2: Checking installed Checking installed VRTScpi VRTSvlic package package ................................ ............................... not not

Checking file system space ................ required space is available Copying VRTScpi package netnumencluster2................................ Done Installing VRTScpi 4.0.5 netnumencluster2............................... Done Copying VRTSvlic.tar.gz netnumencluster2................................ Done Installing VRTSvlic 3.02.005d netnumencluster2.......................... Done VERITAS Infrastructure packages installed successfully. 7. Press [Return] to continue: to on to on

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Each system requires a VCS product license before installation. License keys for additional product features should also be added at this time. Some license keys are node locked and are unique per system. Other license keys, such as demo keys and site license keys, are registered on all systems and must be entered on the first system. VCS Licensing Verification: Checking VCS license key on netnumencluster1..................... not licensed Enter a VCS license key for netnumencluster1: [?] PZP9-WSXKJTK8-TSBW-8PRC Registering VERITAS netnumencluster1 Cluster Server DEMO key on

8. Do you want to enter another netnumencluster1? [y,n,q,?] (n)

license

key

for

Registering PZP9-WSXK-JTK8-TSBW-8PRC on netnumencluster2 Checking VCS license key on netnumencluster2................ Cluster Server Demo 9. Do you want to enter another netnumencluster2? [y,n,q,?] (n) VCS licensing completed successfully. 10. Press [Return] to continue: VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION license key for

PROGRAM

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installer can install the following optional VCS packages: VRTSobgui VRTSvxfen VRTSvcsmn VRTSvcsdc VRTScssim VRTScscm VERITAS Enterprise Administrator VERITAS I/O Fencing VERITAS Cluster Server Man Pages VERITAS Cluster Server Documentation VERITAS Cluster Server Simulator VERITAS Cluster Server Cluster Manager

1) Install all of the optional packages 2) Install none of the optional packages 3) View package descriptions and select optional packages 11. Select the optional packages to be installed on all systems? [1-3,q,?] (1) VERITAS PROGRAM installer will install the following VCS packages: VRTSperl VRTSob VERITAS Perl 5.8.0 Redistribution VERITAS Enterprise Administrator Service VERITAS Enterprise Administrator Service CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

VRTSmuob Localized Package VRTSobgui VRTSllt VRTSgab VRTSvxfen VRTSvcs VRTSvcsmg VRTSvcsag VRTSvcsmn VRTScspro VRTSvcsdc VRTSjre VRTScutil VRTScssim VRTScscw VRTSweb

VERITAS Enterprise Administrator VERITAS Low Latency Transport VERITAS Group Membership and Atomic Broadcast VERITAS I/O Fencing VERITAS Cluster Server VERITAS Cluster Server Message Catalogs VERITAS Cluster Server Bundled Agents VERITAS Cluster Server Man Pages VERITAS Cluster Server VEA Provider VERITAS Cluster Server Documentation VERITAS Java Runtime Environment Redistribution VERITAS Cluster Utilities VERITAS Cluster Server Simulator VERITAS Cluster Server Configuration Wizards VERITAS Java Web Server

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VRTSvcsw

VERITAS Cluster Manager (Web Console)

12. Press [Return] to continue: ...continued: VRTScscm VERITAS Cluster Server Cluster Manager

13. Press [Return] to continue: VERITAS PROGRAM Checking system installation requirements: Checking VCS installation requirements on netnumencluster1: Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed VRTSperl VRTSob package package package package ............................... ................................. ............................... .............................. ................................ ................................ .............................. ................................ .............................. .............................. .............................. .............................. .............................. not not not not not not not not not not not not not CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

VRTSmuob VRTSobgui VRTSllt VRTSgab VRTSvxfen VRTSvcs

package package package package

VRTSvcsmg VRTSvcsag VRTSvcsmn VRTScspro VRTSvcsdc

package package package package package

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Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed

VRTSjre VRTScutil VRTScssim VRTScscw VRTSweb VRTSvcsw VRTScscm

package package package package package package package

................................ .............................. .............................. ............................... ................................ ............................... ...............................

not not not not not not not

Checking VERITAS patch 115209 ........................... not installed Checking VERITAS patch 115212 ........................... not installed Checking VERITAS patch 115210 ........................... not installed Checking for any Solaris patch issues ............................ None Checking file system space ................ required space is available Checking running Checking running Checking running Checking running VRTSweb process .................................. not

Checking had process ...................................... not running hashadow CmdServer process process ................................. ................................ not not

Checking notifier process ................................. not running vxsvc process .................................... not

Checking vxfen driver ..................................... not running Checking gab driver ....................................... not running Checking llt driver ....................................... not running Checking VCS installation requirements on netnumencluster2: Checking installed VRTSperl package ............................... not

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Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed Checking installed

VRTSob

package package

................................. ............................... .............................. ................................ ................................ .............................. ................................ .............................. .............................. .............................. .............................. .............................. ................................ .............................. .............................. ............................... ................................ ............................... ...............................

not not not not not not not not not not not not not not not not not not not

VRTSmuob VRTSobgui VRTSllt VRTSgab VRTSvxfen VRTSvcs

package

package package package package

VRTSvcsmg VRTSvcsag VRTSvcsmn VRTScspro VRTSvcsdc VRTSjre VRTScutil VRTScssim VRTScscw VRTSweb VRTSvcsw VRTScscm

package package package package package

package package package package package package package

Checking VERITAS patch 115209 ........................... not installed Checking VERITAS patch 115212 ........................... not installed Checking VERITAS patch 115210 ........................... not installed

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Checking for any Solaris patch issues ............................ None Checking file system space ................ required space is available Checking running Checking running Checking running Checking running VRTSweb process .................................. not

Checking had process ...................................... not running hashadow CmdServer process process ................................. ................................ not not

Checking notifier process ................................. not running vxsvc process .................................... not

Checking vxfen driver ..................................... not running Checking gab driver ....................................... not running Checking llt driver ....................................... not running Installation requirement checks completed successfully. 14. Press [Return] to continue: VERITAS PROGRAM CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

VERITAS PROGRAM

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It is possible to install VCS packages without performing configuration. VCS cannot be started without proper configuration. It is optional to configure VCS now. If you choose to configure VCS later, you can either do so manually or run the installvcs -configure command. 15. Are you ready to configure VCS? [y,n,q] (y)

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installer will now ask sets of VCS configuration-related questions. When a [b] is presented after a question, 'b' may be entered to go back to the first question of the configuration set. When a [?] is presented after a question, '?' may be entered for help or additional information about the question. Following each set of questions, the information you have entered will be presented for confirmation. To repeat the set of questions and correct any previous errors, enter 'n' at the confirmation prompt. No configuration changes are made to the systems until all configuration questions are completed and VCS is installed successfully. 16. Press [Return] to continue: VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

PROGRAM

To configure VCS the following is required: A unique Cluster name A unique Cluster ID number between 0-255 Two or more NIC cards per system used for heartbeat links One or more heartbeat links are configured as private links One heartbeat link may be configured as a low priority link All systems are being configured to create one cluster

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17. Enter the unique cluster name: [?] ztevcs 18. Enter the unique Cluster ID number between 0-255: [b,?] 100

Discovering NICs on discovered eri0 hme0 hme1

netnumencluster1.....................

19. Enter the NIC for the first private heartbeat link on netnumencluster1: [b,?] hme0 hme0 is currently active as a public NIC on netnumencluster1 20. Are you sure you want to use hme0 for the first private heartbeat link? [y,n,q,b,?] (n) y 21. Would you like to configure a second private heartbeat link? [y,n,q,b,?] (y) y 22. Enter the NIC for the second private heartbeat link on hlrdbsrv1: [b,?] hme1 23. Would you like to configure a third private heartbeat link? [y,n,q,b,?] (y) n 24. Do you want to configure an additional low priority heartbeat link? [y,n,q,b,?] (n) y 25. Enter the NIC for the low priority heartbeat link on netnumencluster1: [b,?] (eri0) eri0 26. Are you using the same NICs for private heartbeat links on all systems? [y,n,q,b,?] (y) y VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

PROGRAM

Cluster information verification: Cluster Name: ztevcs Cluster ID Number: 100 Private Heartbeat NICs for netnumencluster1: link1=hme0 Second Private Heartbeat NICs for netnumencluster1: link1=hme1 Low Priority Heartbeat NIC for netnumencluster1: linklowpri=eri0 Private Heartbeat NICs for netnumencluster2: link1=hme0 Second Private Heartbeat NICs for netnumencluster2: link1=hme1

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Low Priority Heartbeat NIC for netnumencluster2: linklowpri=eri0 Is this information correct? [y,n,q] (y) y VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

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The following information is required to configure Cluster Manager: A public NIC used by each system in the cluster A Virtual IP address and netmask for Cluster Manager 27. Do you want to configure Cluster Manager (Web Console) [y,n,q] (y) n VERITAS PROGRAM The following notification: information is required to configure SMTP CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

The domain-based hostname of the SMTP server The email address of each SMTP recipient A minimum severity level of messages to send to each recipient 28. Do you want to configure SMTP notification? [y,n,q] (y) n VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

PROGRAM

The following notification:

information

is

required

to

configure

SNMP

System names of SNMP consoles to receive VCS trap messages SNMP trap daemon port numbers for each console

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A minimum severity level of messages to send to each console 29. Do you want to configure SNMP notification? [y,n,q] (y) n VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

PROGRAM

VCS packages can be installed on systems consecutively or simultaneously. Installing packages on systems consecutively takes more time but allows for better error handling. 30. Would you like to install Cluster Server packages on all systems simultaneously? [y,n,q,?] (y) y Installing Cluster Server 4.0 on all systems simultaneously: Copying VRTSperl.tar.gz to netnumencluster2.................. Done 1 of 69 steps Installing VRTSperl 4.0.2 on netnumencluster2................ Done 2 of 69 steps Installing VRTSperl 4.0.2 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 3 of 69 steps Copying VRTSob.tar.gz to netnumencluster2.................... Done 4 of 69 steps Installing VRTSob 3.2.514.0 on netnumencluster2.............. Done 5 of 69 steps Copying VRTSmuob.tar.gz to netnumencluster2.................. Done 6 of 69 steps Installing VRTSmuob 3.2.514.0 on netnumencluster2............ Done 7 of 69 steps Installing VRTSob 3.2.514.0 on netnumencluster1 ............ Done 8 of 69 steps Copying VRTSobgui.tar.gz to netnumencluster2................. Done 9 of 69 steps Installing VRTSmuob 3.2.514.0 on netnumencluster1 ......... Done 10 of 69 steps Installing VRTSobgui 3.2.514.0 on netnumencluster2.......... Done 11 of 69 steps

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Copying VRTSllt.tar.gz Done 12 of 69 steps

to

netnumencluster2..................

Installing VRTSllt 4.0 on netnumencluster2.................. Done 13 of 69 steps Installing VRTSobgui 3.2.514.0 on netnumencluster1 ........ Done 14 of 69 steps Copying VRTSgab.tar.gz to netnumencluster2.................. Done 15 of 69 steps Installing VRTSllt 4.0 on netnumencluster1 ................ Done 16 of 69 steps Installing VRTSgab 4.0 on netnumencluster2.................. Done 17 of 69 steps Copying VRTSvxfen.tar.gz to netnumencluster2................ Done 18 of 69 steps Installing VRTSgab 4.0 on netnumencluster1 ................ Done 19 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvxfen 4.0 on netnumencluster2................ Done 20 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvxfen 4.0 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 21 of 69 steps Copying VRTSvcs.tar.gz Done 22 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcs Done 23 of 69 steps 4.0 to on netnumencluster2.................. netnumencluster2..................

Copying VRTSvcsmg.tar.gz to netnumencluster2................ Done 24 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsmg 4.0 on netnumencluster2................ Done 25 of 69 steps Copying VRTSvcsag.tar.gz to netnumencluster2................ Done 26 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcs 4.0 on netnumencluster1 ................ Done 27 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsmg 4.0 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 28 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsag 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................ Done 29 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsag 4.0 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 30 of 69 steps Copying VRTSvcsmn.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................ Done 31 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsmn 4.0 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 32 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsmn 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................ Done 33 of 69 steps

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Installing VRTScspro 4.0 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 34 of 69 steps Copying VRTScspro.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................ Done 35 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsdc 4.0 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 36 of 69 steps Installing VRTScspro 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................ Done 37 of 69 steps Copying VRTSvcsdc.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................ Done 38 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsdc 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................ Done 39 of 69 steps Copying VRTSjre.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 .................. Done 40 of 69 steps Installing VRTSjre 1.4 on netnumencluster1 ................ Done 41 of 69 steps Installing VRTSjre 1.4 on netnumencluster2 .................. Done 42 of 69 steps Installing VRTScutil 4.0 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 43 of 69 steps Copying VRTScutil.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................ Done 44 of 69 steps Installing VRTScssim 4.0 on netnumencluster1 .............. Done 45 of 69 steps Installing VRTScscw 4.0 on netnumencluster1 ............... Done 46 of 69 steps Installing VRTScutil 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................ Done 47 of 69 steps Copying VRTScssim.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................ Done 48 of 69 steps Installing VRTSweb 4.0 on netnumencluster1 ................ Done 49 of 69 steps Installing VRTScssim 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................ Done 50 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsw 4.0 on netnumencluster1 ............... Done 51 of 69 steps Copying VRTScscw.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................. Done 52 of 69 steps Installing VRTScscw 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................. Done 53 of 69 steps Installing VRTScscm 4.0 on netnumencluster1 ............... Done 54 of 69 steps Copying VRTSweb.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 .................. Done 55 of 69 steps

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Installing VRTSweb 4.0 on netnumencluster2 .................. Done 56 of 69 steps Copying VRTSvcsw.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................. Done 57 of 69 steps Installing VRTSvcsw 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................. Done 58 of 69 steps Copying VRTScscm.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................. Done 59 of 69 steps Adding patch 115209-05 on netnumencluster1 ................ Done 60 of 69 steps Installing VRTScscm 4.0 on netnumencluster2 ................. Done 61 of 69 steps Copying 115209-05.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................ Done 62 of 69 steps Adding patch 115212-05 on netnumencluster1 ................ Done 63 of 69 steps Adding patch 115210-05 on netnumencluster1 ................ Done 64 of 69 steps Adding patch 115209-05 on netnumencluster2 .................. Done 65 of 69 steps Copying 115212-05.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................ Done 66 of 69 steps Adding patch 115212-05 on netnumencluster2 .................. Done 67 of 69 steps Copying 115210-05.tar.gz to netnumencluster2 ................ Done 68 of 69 steps Adding patch 115210-05 on netnumencluster2 .................. Done 69 of 69 steps Cluster Server installation completed successfully. 31. Press [Return] to continue: VERITAS PROGRAM Configuring Cluster Server: Creating Cluster Server configuration files ...................... Done Copying configuration netnumencluster1 .......................... Done files to CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

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Copying configuration netnumencluster2 ............................ Done Cluster Server configured successfully. 32. Press [Return] to continue: VERITAS CLUSTER SERVER

files

to

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33. Do you want to start Cluster Server processes now? [y,n,q] (y)

Starting Cluster Server: Starting LLT on netnumencluster1 ...................................... Started Starting LLT netnumencluster2 ........................................ Started on

Starting GAB on netnumencluster1 ...................................... Started Starting GAB netnumencluster2 ........................................ Started Starting Cluster Server netnumencluster1 ........................... Started Starting Cluster Server netnumencluster2 ............................. Started on on on

Confirming Cluster Server startup ................... 2 systems RUNNING Cluster Server was started successfully. 34. Press [Return] to continue: VERITAS PROGRAM Installation of Cluster Server 4.0 has completed successfully. The installation summary is saved at: CLUSTER SERVER 4.0 INSTALLATION

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/opt/VRTS/install/logs/installer1115142948.summary The installer log is saved at: /opt/VRTS/install/logs/installer1115142948.log The installation response file is saved at: /opt/VRTS/install/logs/installer1115142948.response END OF STEPS Result VCS is successfully installed.

Note: Installation procedures are various with different VCS versions.

Installing VCS Patch


Install the latest VCS patch if there is one.

Installing VCS Oracle Agent Software


Purpose Steps To install VCS oracle agent software. To install VCS oracle agent software, perform the following step: root@ netnumencluster1 # pwd /cdrom/cdrom0/storage_solutions_4.0_cd1/cluster_server _agents/oracle_agent/pkgs root@ netnumencluster1 # pkgadd d. NOTE: There is a . mark at the end of d. Do not forget it. Select Complete Install. NOTE: Perform operations on both systems. END OF STEPS Result VCS oracle agent software is installed successfully.

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Configuring VCS System


Remember to save all settings before exiting VCS management interface. Otherwise, all settings may be lost. If the system is restarted without saving settings, it may fail to login to VCS. in the tool bar on the VCS Cluster Click the third icon Administrator interface. If the setting is not saved, the icon is bright. If the setting is saved, the icon is dimmed.

Starting VCS Cluster Manager


Purpose Steps To start VCS cluster manager. To start VCS cluster manager, perform the following steps: 1. Logon VCS Cluster Manager interface on netnumencluster1 as shown in Figure 252. root@ netnumencluster1 # hagui &
FIGURE 252 OPENING VCS CLUSTER MANAGER INTERFACE

2. Select File New Cluster. Input netnumencluster1 in Host Name text box. Select default values for other parameters. Click OK as shown in Figure 253.
FIGURE 253 CREATING A NEW CLUSTER

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3. After creating a new VCS, the interface is shown in Figure 254. Click the new cluster to pop up the login interface.
FIGURE 254 CLUSTER MONITOR INTERFACE AFTER VCS IS CREATED

4. Input user name and password. By default, the user name is admin. The password is password. Click OK. VCS Cluster Administrator window appears as shown in Figure 255. Change the user name and password after debugging.
FIGURE 255 VCS CLUSTER ADMINISTRATOR INTERFACE

END OF STEPS Result VCS cluster manager is started up successfully.

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Adding Oracle Resource Group


Purpose To add oracle resource group.

Importing Oracle Type


Purpose Steps To import oracle type. 1. Select File Import Type in the VCS Cluster Administrator window as shown in Figure 255. Import Type window appears as shown in Figure 256.
FIGURE 256 IMPORTING ORACLE TYPE

2. Select /etc/VRTSvcs/conf/OracleTypes.cf. END OF STEPS Result Oracle type is imported successfully.

Creating Oracle Resource Group


Purpose Steps To create oracle resource group. 1. Select Edit Add Service Group in VCS Cluster Administrator window as shown in Figure 255. Add Service Group window appears as shown in Figure 257.

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FIGURE 257 ADDING ORACLE RESOURCE GROUP

2. Input oracle in the Oracle Service Group text box. Select systems for service group in sequence: netnumencluster2 and netnumencluster1. Select Startup. Click Templates button. Select Templates as shown on the left pane. Select OracleGroup. Click OK. Figure 258 shows relationship of resources and resource groups containing in oracle resource group.
FIGURE 258 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORACLE RESOURCE GROUP AND RESOURCES

END OF STEPS Result Oracle resource group is created successfully.

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Configuring Resources in Oracle Resource Group


Purpose Steps To configure resources in oracle resource group. To configure resources, perform the following steps: 1. Adding/modifying/deleting resource NOTE: Take IP resource as an example.

Adding resource i. Select Oracle resource group in the Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258. Right click on it. Select Add Resource menu. Add Resource window appears as shown in Figure 259.

FIGURE 259 ADDING RESOURCE

ii. Input Ora_IP in the Resource name text box. Select IP for Resource Type. Adding different resources is to select various resource types. Check Enabled check box. Click OK. IP resource is added. in the tool bar on the iii. Click the third icon Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258 to save settings.

Modifying resource property i. Select one resource, for instance, Ora_IP, in the Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258. Select

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Properties tab, which displays properties of Ora_IP resource. Select one property. Modify it. in the tool bar on the ii. Click the third icon Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258 to save settings.

Delete resource Select one resource, for instance, Ora_IP, in the Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258. Right click on it. Select delete to delete this resource.

2. Verify AutoStartList resource i. Select one resource group, for instance, oracle, in the Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258. Select Properties tab. View AuotStartList property as shown in Figure 260.

FIGURE 260 AUTOSTARTLIST PROPERTY

ii. If the sequence is wrong, select an oracle resource group in Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258. Select Properties tab. iii. Click Edit button for AutoStartList property. Attribute window appears as shown in Figure 261. Edit

iv. Click to add. Click to delete. Change the sequence as shown in Figure 261.

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FI G U R E 2 6 1 E D I T AT T R I B U T E

NOTE: AutoStartList property configuration decides on which system oracle resource group (namely, oracle database) runs in priority when both systems are restarted. In this instance, it runs on NETNUMENCLUSTER2 in priority. The configuration is contrary to AutoStartList property setting of NM resource. NM server runs on netnumencluster1 in priority. Oracle database and NM server can run on different systems by default, ensuring loadings of both systems are equal. 3. IP resource Ora_IP Use Ora_IP to specify IP address, subnet mask and NIC type of Oracle database. NOTE: The IP address here is the floating IP address of oracle database. For cluster system, on which system oracle runs, the floating IP is switched to this system, ensuring oracle database provides transparent database service externally. Modify IP resources based on properties below:
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Device = eri0 Address = "10.61.94.253" SubNetMask = "255.255.252.0" DiskReservation resources ensure that only one system can access disk array. If heartbeat cable is disconnected, both systems may access disk array. Data or file system may be damaged.

4. DiskReservation resource oracle_diskRes i.

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ii. Presently, hard disks for disk array are SCSI, SCSI or fiber disk. DiskReservation resources support all of them. iii. Set Disks property of DiskReservation to be logical device name of Oracle database disk array resource. Select Global. Input one logical device name. DiskReservation oracle_diskRes ( Disks = { c3t0d0s2} FailFast = 1 ) iv. Setting FailFast as 1 (true) indicates that when VCS detects access collision occurs on partition under the management of DiskReservation resource, resource fail will be faster. By default, the value for FailFast is 0 (false). v. For VCS4.0forSolaris, a problem exists after DiskReservation is added to resource group. That is, it can fail to start resource group automatically when both systems are rebooted at the same time. Set resource group online manually to solve the problem. Use init 6 command to reboot the system to avoid the problem.

Note: While taking dual system test, if the system uses DiskReservation resource, it is required to use init 6 command to reboot the system, instead of reboot command.

5. MOUNT resource Ora_Mnt_Data Use MOUNT resource to specify file resource of oracle database, mount point on the system and relevant system directory of mount point. Mount point is /export/home/oracle/oradata. Mount Ora_Mnt_Data ( MountPoint = " /export/home/oracle/oradata" BlockDevice = "/dev/dsk/ c3t0d0s2" FSType = ufs FsckOpt = "-y" ) 6. NIC resource Ora_NIC Use NIC resource Ora_NIC to specify network interface offering oracle service externally. Network interface information for both systems is the same. In this instance, port is eri0. Port type is ether. NIC Ora_NIC (

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Device = eri0 NetworkType = ether )

Note: Configure eri0 according to on-site network interface card.

7. Oracle database resource Ora_Oracle Use Oracle database resource Ora_Oracle to specify oracle database information. Contents below show configurations. Oracle Ora_oracle ( Sid = uep Owner = oracle Home = "/export/home/oracle/product/9.2.0" Pfile "/export/home/oracle/product/9.2.0/dbs/inituep.ora" MonScript = "./bin/Oracle/SqlTest.pl" ) 8. Oracle database monitoring resource Ora_Netlsnr Use oracle database monitoring resource Ora_Netlsnr to specify oracle database monitoring resource information. Contents below show configurations. Netlsnr Ora_Netlsnr ( Owner = oracle Home = "/export/home/oracle/product/9.2.0" TnsAdmin "/export/home/oracle/product/9.2.0/network/admin" Listener = LISTENER MonScript = "./bin/Netlsnr/LsnrTest.pl" ) END OF STEPS Result Follow-up Action The resources successfully. in oracle resource group are configured = =

Create relationship of resources in Oracle resource group.

Relationship of resources in Oracle resource group indicates the sequence of starting resources while starting oracle resource group. Refer Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258.

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Select an oracle resource group. Select Resource tab. Click button to link resources. Method of connecting resources is:

1. Click the button. Select Ora_IP resource. Move the mouse, pointing to Ora_NIC. The relationship shown in Figure 262 is created. Create other relationships in this way.
FIGURE 262 CREATING RESOURCE RELATIONSHIP

2. Resource relationship indicates the sequence of starting/stopping resources in oracle resource group. It is the foundation of ensuring resources normal running.

The sequence of starting resources is: Start resources from the bottom up. The sequence of stopping resources is: Stop resources from the top down.

Testing Oracle Resource Group


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To test oracle resource group to verify whether oracle resource group is configured correctly. Oracle resource group must be configured. To test oracle resource group, perform the following steps: 1. Select Oracle Resource in Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258. Right click on it. Select online netnumencluster1. Oracle database is started on netnumencluster1 automatically. 2. Select oracle resource. Right click on it. Select switch to netnumencluster2. Oracle database is switched over to netnumencluster2. END OF STEPS Result Oracle resource group is tested successfully.

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Adding NM Resource Group


Purpose To add NM resource group.

Installing NM Program
Purpose Steps To install NM program. To install NM program, perform the following steps: 1. Create required directories for NM server.

Create the netnumen directory as root user, which is the installation directory for NM server. # cd /

# mkdir netnumen

Create the /export/home/ backup directory as root user, which is a directory for saving NM backup files. . #cd/export/home # mkdir backup NOTE: Perform the first operation on both systems.

2. Mount on disk array and install NM server program on disk array. i. Install NetNumen N31 NM program on disk array, ensuring that NM server data is consistent.

ii. If oracle database is running, mount disk array on the system. If Oracle database is not running, mount disk array on any system. Here, it is supposed that oracle database is running on netnumencluster1, mount disk array on netnumencluster1. iii. For instance, mount NM partition on disk array to netnumen directory on netnumencluster1. root@ netnumencluster1 c3t0d1s2 /netnumen # mount /dev/dsk/

Result: It is possible to view the /netnumen directory on netnumencluster1. 3. Run NM installation program to install NM program. Run install.sh to install NM server to the /netnumen directory. END OF STEPS Result Follow-up Action NM program is installed successfully. Perform step 2 and 3 on one system.

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Configuring NetNumen N31 Program


Purpose Preliminary Setup Steps To configure NetNumen N31 program. NOTE: Perform operations below only on one system. Ensure NM server runs normally. To configure NetNumen N31 program, perform the following steps: 1. Ensure oracle database is running. i. Ensure oracle database is started normally before configuring NM server. Generally, oracle database is started normally after oracle database resource is configured. If not, start oracle database on the system mounted with NM program. Open VCS management interface. Perform the following operation to start database:

ii. Select oracle resource group in Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources window as shown in Figure 258. Right click on it. Select Online netnumencluster1. Start Oracle database on netnumencluster1. 2. Modify NM database configuration script install-db-conf.sh. The script file is /netnumen/ums-svr/docs/dbscript/installdb/uep/unix/ install-db-conf.sh. Modify system password of oracle database. ##### database system user and password SYSTEM_USER=system SYSTEM_PWD=manager NOTE: Modify the password as required. 3. Modify NM database script. Create specified NM database space on disk array. Since two systems need share NM data in the database, it is required to create NM database on share disk space. Modify the script files below. The specified NM database space resides at /export/home/oracle/oradata. For English operating system, modify the script under relevant dbscripten. //../ums-svr/docs/dbscript/dbscript-zh is script for English operating system. i. Modify UEP table location. \\..\\ums-svr\docs\dbscript\dbscriptzh\oracle\uep\common\jms-createdb-ora.sql Original script:

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s := 'create tablespace uep datafile "uep.dbf" size 500 M REUSE AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 1M ONLINE PERMANENT' Modified script: s:= 'create tablespace uep datafile "/export/home/oracle/oradata/uep.dbf" size 500 M REUSE AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 1M ONLINE PERMANENT' ii. Modify UEP table location. \\..\\ums-svr\docs\dbscript\dbscriptzh\oracle\uep\common\uep-createdb-ora.sql Original script: datafile 'uep.dbf' size 500M REUSE Modified script: datafile '/export/home/oracle/oradata/uep.dbf' size 500 M REUSE iii. Modify UEP _PM table location. \\..\\ums-svr\docs\dbscript\dbscriptzh\oracle\uep\pal\pm\uep-pal-pm-createdb-ora.sql Original script: datafile 'UEP_PM.dbf' size 100M REUSE Modified script: datafile '/export/home/oracle/oradata/uep.dbf' size 500M REUSE iv. Modify UEP _ CAT_FM table location \\..\\ums-svr\docs\dbscript\dbscriptzh\oracle\uep\pal\fm\uep-pal-fm-createdb-ora.sql Original script: datafile 'UEP_CAF_FM.dbf' size 100M REUSE Modified script: datafile '/export/home/oracle/oradata/UEP_CAF_FM.dbf' size 100M REUSE NOTE: Save modifications. 4. Create NM database. After modifying NM database script, run NM database script to create NM database. Perform operations on the system which is running Oracle database and mounted with NM program. i. Switch to oracle user. root@ netnumencluster1#su - oracle ii. Enter NM database script installation directory. root@ netnumencluster1$cd / netnumen/umssvr/docs/dbscript/install-db/uep/unix iii. Run database script. root@ netnumencluster1# ./install.sh

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Note: If oracle user is failed to access install.sh file or install.sh is not executable, perform following operations as root user:

#cd / netnumen/ums-svr/docs Change all files in the / netnumen/ums-svr/docs/ dbscript directory to be executable and accessible files. #chmod R 777 dbscript After modification, repeat steps 1, 2 and 3 to create NM database.

5. Verify whether NM database is created in the correct directory. Perform following operations to verify whether NM database is created in the correct directory. The right path is /export/home/oracle/oradata. i. Switch to oracle user. root@ netnumencluster1#su - oracle ii. Logon to the database. root@ netnumencluster1$ sqlplus /nollog SQL> sqlplus /as sysdba iii. Query NM database table space location. If the NM database table space location is /export/home/oracle/product/9.2.0/dbs or others, instead of /export/home/oracle/oradata, there is error to create NM database location. Enter the fault processing flow.

Note: If UEP_CAF_FM.dbf, UEP_PM.dbf, and UEP.dbf are in /export/home/oracle/product/9.2.0/dbs or other directories, instead of /export/home/oracle/oradata, there is error to create NM database location. Do not switch the database to another system. Otherwise, the database cannot start. Delete NM database table space immediately.

iv. Switch to oracle user. root@ netnumencluster1#su - oracle v. Log on to database. root@ netnumencluster1$ sqlplus /nollog SQL> sqlplus /as sysdba vi. Delete NM database table space.
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Delete uep table space.

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SQL> DROP TABLESPACE CASCADE CONSTRAINTS


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uep

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CONTENTS

Delete UEP_PM table space. SQL> DROP TABLESPACE UEP_PM CASCADE CONSTRAINTS, INCLUDING CONTENTS

Delete UEP_CAF_FM table space. SQL> DROP TABLESPACE UEP_CAF_FM CONTENTS CASCADE CONSTRAINTS, Commit above operations. SQL>commit INCLUDING

vii. Verify that NM database table space is deleted. SQL> select tablespace_name from where tablespace_name like UEP%;; dba_tablespaces

Run sql statement. If the NM database table space is successfully deleted, no UEP, UEP_PM, or UEP_CAF_FM exists. viii.Repeat steps 3, 4 and 5 to create NM database. Create NM database to disk array again. Check step 3, ensuring that specified NM database table space is created on disk array. Modify NM database script, ensuring that specified NM database table space is created on disk array. Recreate NM database space, ensuring that NM database table space is created in the specified directory. 6. Configure database IP in NM configuration center. Run the /netnumen/tools/configcenter/bin/run.sh file to start NM configuration center. Select database service. Set IP address to be the floating IP of oracle database: 10.61.94.253. Test database connection. Figure 263 shows the normal connection.
FIGURE 263 NETNUMEN NM CONFIGURATION CENTER

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Complete FTP Service configuration by referring to UNIX NM Configuration Center section. Click Save to save the configurations. Then, check whether the /netnumen/ums-svr/deploy/deploy properties file is modified. Refer to configurations below: # Datasource configuration for ZXSS performance manager zxss-osf-pm.zxss-osf-pm.ds.ip=10.61.94.253 zxss-osf-pm.zxss-osf-pm.ds.databasename=uep 7. Complete other NM server configurations. Complete other NM server configurations. NM server is multiple IP environment. Perform multiple IP NM server configuration. Modify the following parameters of the file \umssvr\netnumen\ip\dsl\dsl-base.par\conf\IPMS_param.xml <FTP_PARAMETERS FTPIPAddress="localhost" /> Change FTPIPAddress="localhost to be the NM IP address with which NE can use ftp. END OF STEPS Result NetNumen N31 program is successfully configured.

NM Program Running Test


Purpose Steps To test whether NM is running normally. To test whether NM is running normally, perform the following steps: 1. Start /netnumen/ums-svr/bin/console.sh manually. Check Start upon startup of UMS Console check box on the right corner, as shown in Figure 264. When VCS starts, NM server starts automatically.

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FIGURE 264 STARTING NM SERVER TEST

2. Start NM server. Test whether NM server can be started normally and run. 3. Logon NM client. Check whether NM server works normally. NOTE: If NM server can be started normally and run, close console. Modify the /netnumen/ums-svr/platform/psl/extservice/console/conf/maincontroller.xml file. UNIX operating system does not display console interface when console is started via VCS. maincontroller.xml <! Whether the console has interface or not. The parameter is set to be an integer. 1 With interface, 0 Without interface> <client-type>0</client-type> . END OF STEPS Result NM program is running successfully. Note: Save the modification after maincontroller.xml file is modified.

Creating NM Server Resource Group


Purpose To create NM server resource group. NOTE: Perform operations below only on one system.

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Steps

To create NM server resource group, perform the following steps: 1. Create NM resource group (nms-grp) in VCS. i. Select Edit add service group in VCS Cluster Administrator window as shown in Figure 255. Add Service Group window appears as shown in Figure 265.

FIGURE 265 ADDING NM SERVER RESOURCE GROUP NMS-GRP

ii. Input nms-grp in Service Group Name text box. Select systems for service group in the sequence of netnumencluster1 and netnumencluster2 (the sequence is the same as that for AutoStartList). Check Startup. Click OK. The resource group nms-grp is created. Figure 266 shows relationship of resources and resources containing in NM resource group.
FIGURE 266 RELATIONSHIP OF RESOURCES IN NM RESOURCE GROUP

2. Verify AutoStartList property in nms-grp.

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The sequence of AutoStartList in nms-grp should be: group nms-grp ( AutoStartList = {netnumencluster1, netnumencluster2} ) NOTE: AutoStartList attribute setting decides on which system the nms-grp resource group runs in priority when both systems are restarted. In this instance, the nms-grp resource group runs on NETNUMENCLUSTER1 in priority. The setting is contrary to AutoStartList attribute setting of oracle resource group, ensuring that oracle database and NM server run on different systems by default. 3. IP resource nms_IP. i. Use nms_IP to specify IP address, subnet mask and NIC type of NM server.

ii. IP address here is the floating IP address of NM server. For cluster system, on which system NM server runs, the floating IP is switched to this system, ensuring NM server providing transparent database service externally. iii. Select Add Resource in Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group window as shown in Figure 266. The window for adding resource pops up. Select IP for Resource Type. Input nms_IP in the Resource Name text box. Select Enable. Set other attributes as follows: IP nms_IP ( Device = eri0 Address = "10.61.94.254" SubNetMask = "255.255.252.0" ) 4. DiskReservation resource nms_diskRes and nms_backup_diskRes. DiskReservation resources ensure that only one system can access disk array. If heartbeat cable is disconnected, both systems may access disk array. Data or file system may be damaged. Set disk property of DiskReservation to be logical device name of NM server disk array resource. Select Global. Input one logical device name. Select nms-grp in Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group window as shown in Figure 266. Select Add Resource. The window for adding resource pops up. Select DiskReservation for Resource Type. Input nms_diskRes and nms_backup_diskRes in Resource Name text box. Select Enable. Set other attributes as follows: i. DiskReservation resource nms_diskRes.

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Use nms_diskRes to manage disk array partition of NM server. DiskReservation nms_diskRes ( Disks = { c3t0d1s2} FailFast = 1 ) Setting FailFast as 1 (true) indicates that when VCS detects access collision occurs on partition under the management of DiskReservation resource, resource fail is faster. By default, the value for FailFast is 0 (false). ii. DiskReservation resource nms_backup_diskRes. Use nms_backup_diskRes to manage disk array partition of NM backup data. DiskReservation nms_ backup _diskRes ( Disks = { c3t0d2s2} FailFast = 1 ) For VCS4.0forSolaris, a problem exists after DiskReservation is added to resource group. That is, it may fail to start resource group automatically when both systems are rebooted at the same time. Set resource group online manually to solve the problem. Using init 6 command to reboot the system can avoid the problem.

Note: While taking dual system test, if the system uses DiskReservation resource, it is required to use the init 6 command to reboot the system, instead of reboot command.

5. MOUNT resources nms_backup_Mnt_Data.

nms_Mnt_Data

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Use MOUNT resource to specify relationship between NM server and NM backup datas directories and disk array file systems.

The directory for NM server is /netnumen. The file system of relevant disk array is /dev/dsk/c3t0d1s2. The directory for NM backup data is /export/home/backup. The file system of relevant disk array is /dev/dsk/c3t0d2s2. Select Add Resource in Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group window as shown in Figure 266. The window for adding resource pops up. Select Mount for Resource Type. Input nms_Mnt_Data and nms_backup_Mnt_Data in the Resource Name text box. Select Enable. Set other attributes as follows:

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i.

Mount resource for NM server: nms_Mnt_Data NM backup file:

ii. Mount resource for nms_backup_Mnt_Data

6. NIC resource Proxy resource nms_NIC. Both NM programme and Oracle database share the same network interface card. The network interface card resource is added in oracle resource group. It is required to create a proxy network interface card resource in nms-grp NM resource group, pointing to Ora_NIC. It indicates that NM resource group also uses Ora_NIC as its own network interface card resource. Right click on nms-grp in Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group window as shown in Figure 266. Select Add Resource. Select Proxy for resource type. The resource name is nms_NIC. Select Enable. Edit TargetResName to be Ora_NIC, the NIC resource name in oracle resource group. Proxy nms_NIC ( TargetResName =Ora_NIC ) 7. Preparations for adding Application resource netnumen. i. Configure required parameters. Ensure it is possible to start NM system manually.

ii. Follow steps introduced in this file. It is recommended to refer to the /netnumen/tools/cluster/readme.txt file. iii. Copy the / netnumen/tools/cluster, jdk-solairs file in NM server version to the /export/home/cluster of netnumencluster1.
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cp -r /netnumen/tools/cluster /export/home cp -r /netnumen/ jdk-solaris /export/home/cluster

iv. Modify script according to the real path of NM server and script. Here, the NM server path is /netnumen, the NM script path is /export/home/cluster, the script JAVA path is /export/home/cluster/ jdk-solaris.
f

Modify the /export/home/ cluster/ moni_sol.sh file. Modify MONI_HOME location according to real directory MONI_HOME="/export/home/cluster" Modify JAVA location according to real directory JAVA="/export/home/cluster/jdksolaris/bin/java"

Modify the /export/home/ cluster/ offline_sol.sh file.

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Set PROCESSPATH below based on the started java process. PROCESSPATH="/netnumen" v. Ensure that both moni_sol.sh and offline_sol.sh have the execution rights of root user. Select moni_sol.sh file. Right click on it. Select Modify Right. Check whether there is execution right. If there is no right, execute commands below to give rights to the script. root@ netnumencluster1# cd /export/home root@ netnumencluster1# chmod R 777 cluster vi. Copy the script directory of /export/home/cluster to the same directory of netnumencluster2. Execute the command below on netnumencluster2. Copy the modified script directory. root@ netnumencluster2# rcp netnumencluster1:/export/home/cluster /export/home p

Authorize relevant files in script directory with execution right as root user. root@ netnumencluster2# cd /export/home root@ netnumencluster2# chmod R 777 cluster 8. Add Application resource netnumen. Select nms-grp in Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group window as shown in Figure 266. Select Add Resource. The window for adding resource pops up. Select Application for Resource Type. Input netnumen in Resource Name text box. Select Enable. Set other attributes as follows: Application netnumen ( StartProgram = "/netnumen/ums-svr/bin/console.sh" StopProgram = "/export/home/cluster/offline_sol.sh" MonitorProgram = "/export/home/cluster/moni_sol.sh" ) 9. Create Relationship of Resources in nms-grp. Select nms-grp in Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group window as shown in Figure 266. Select the Resource tab. Create relationship of resources according to relationship of resources in nms-grp. The relationship displays the sequence of starting or stopping resource. It is the foundation of ensuring normal running of resources.

The sequence of starting resources is: Start resources from the bottom up.

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The sequence of stopping resources is: Stop resources from the top down. Test whether nms-grp is normal. Make sure database resource group oracle is in enabled status. i. Select nms-grp in Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group window as shown in Figure 266. Select online netnumencluster1. Observe whether nsmgrp resources and NM server is started normally. Start one NM client to verify whether NM server works normally.

10. Test nms-grp.

ii. Verify whether nms-grp is switched normally. Select nms-grp in Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group window as shown in Figure 266. Select switch to netnumencluster2. The resource group nms-grp stops on netnumencluster1 in sequence and then starts on netnumencluster2. UNIX operating system does not display console interface when console is started via VCS. View NM server log or run NM client to verify whether NM server runs normally.

Establishing Relationship between Database Resource Group and NM Resource Group


Purpose Preliminary Setup To establish relationship between database resource group and NM resource group. After configuring oracle database resource group and nmsgrpIt, it is required to establish the relationship between them, ensuring that NM server can start normally after database is started. To establish relationship between database resource group and NM resource group, perform following steps: 1. Select ztevcs in VCS Cluster Administrator Interface window as shown in Figure 255. Select Service Groups tab. button to create a line pointing from nms-grp to Click oracle resource group (Select nms and drag to oracle), as shown in Figure 267. It indicates that nms-grp relies on oracle database resource group.

Steps

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FIGURE 267 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DAT AB ASE RESOURCE GROUP ORACLE AND NM RESOURCE GROUP NMS-GRP

2. Link Service Groups window appears as shown in Figure 268.


FIGURE 268 LINK SERVICE GROUPS

Select online global for Relationship, indicating that relationship between resources is global (whatever system the resource group runs on). Select firm for Dependency Type, indicating to start oracle resource group firstly, then, nms-grp resource group. 3. Save all VCS Modifications. END OF STEPS Result Relationship between database resource group and NM resource group is established successfully.

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Follow-up Action

Take tests on NM dual system based on test rules.

NM Dual System Test Rules


Purpose Steps To verify NM dual system is working normally. To verify NM dual system is working normally, perform the following steps: 1. Switch over resource groups manually. It is possible for resource group to have a switchover between two systems. 2. Stop oracle database resource groups. i. process manually. Switch oracle

Instances about oracle database Perform the following operations on the host running oracle database. #ps ef | ora_pmon grep ora_smon or #ps ef | grep

View oracle smon process or process number of prom process. #kill 9 ora_smon or #kill 9 ora_pmon Stop oracle smon process or pmon process. Oracle database switching between two systems is successful. ii. Monitoring instances about oracle database Perform the following operations on the host running oracle database. #ps ef | grep tnslsnr View oracle monitoring process #kill 9 oracle database Stop oracle monitoring process. Oracle switching between two systems is successful.

3. Stop NM process manually. Switch over nms-grp between two systems automatically. #ps ef | grep java #kill 9

Note: There is more than one java process. The process under the /netnumen/./java path is the java process related to NM server. Stop all NM processes with the /netnumen/./java path.

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Stop NM server java process. After a while, the dual system has a fault. Oracle database switching between two systems is successful. 4. Disconnect the network interface of the public network manually. Switch over resource. 5. Close the host running resource group. The resource group switch over to the other host automatically. After netnumencluster1 (netnumencluster2) is resumed, resource group is not switched over. 6. If the host running resource group is powered down, the resource group switches over to the other host automatically. After netnumencluster1 (netnumencluster2) is resumed, resource group is not switched over. END OF STEPS Result NM dual system is working normally.

System Security
While NM system is running on Solaris operating system, it may be attacked. To enhance the security of NM system, it is required to do some settings and modifications on system. Security Rules General rules for system security are:

Install the latest system patch. Close unnecessary services. Delete unnecessary tools or modify rights.

Operation Suggestions

The following suggestions are used to enhance the system security:

Delete the /.rhost file from both systems. The /.rhost file is required for installing dual system. Delete this file after installing and debugging dual system. It may bring hidden trouble to safety.

Cancel the telnet right of root user. Cancel the telnet right of root user after testing. Ensure that it is set that root user is not permitted to login via telnet. Edit /etc/default/login. #vi /etc/default/login. # If CONSOLE is set, root can only login on that device. # Comment this line out to allow remote login by root. # CONSOLE=/dev/console

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Set not to use ftp user list. Forbid relevant users to perform ftp operations after testing. Edit /etc/ftpusersSolaris 9 is /etc/ftp/ftpusers #vi /etc/ftpusers Add oracle, daemon, bin, sys, adm, lp, uucp, nuucp, listen, nobody, noaccess, and nobody4. Note that there is one separate line for each user name. If oracle is the database user, perform the relevant modifications according to different database. If ftp operations are not required for NM-related user, disable ftp operations.

Close unnecessary services. Close services below if NM system does not require them. NOTE: Restart the system to validate operations.
f

sendmail #mv /etc/rc2.d/_S88sendmail /etc/rc2.d/S88sendmail

Print #mv /etc/rc2.d/S80lp /etc/rc2.d/_S80lp #mv /etc/rc2.d/S80spc /etc/rc2.d/_S80spc DMI #mv /etc/rc3.d/S77dmi /etc/rc3.d/_S77dmi

Forbid dynamic route. Forbid dynamic route if it is necessary. #touch /etc/notroute

Technical Support

If hardware or software problems occur while installing dual system, contact the manufacturer for technical support:

SUN hotline technical support number: 800-810-3786. It is required to provide service number. The service number is on the back or side of the equipment. The format is S/N: FN****** Veritas (VCS) technical support number: 800-810-9771. The attached product certificate covers the service number.

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Handling Common VCS Problems in UNIX


This appendix covers the following topics:

Modifying VCS Cluster Administrator Password Checking Heartbeat Checking Running Status Starting VCS in Abnormal Status Failed to Start Oracle Database after Switchover Faulty VCS Resource Group or Resource Uninstalling VCS

Modifying VCS Cluster Administrator Password


Purpose Steps To modify VCS cluster administrator interface password. To modify VCS cluster administrator interface password, perform the following steps: 1. Select File User Manager on VCS Cluster Administrator window as shown in Figure 255. Select Change Password. Input the new password. Click OK. 2. Click the third icon END OF STEPS Result VCS cluster password is modified successfully. in the tool bar to save the setting.

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Checking Heartbeat
Purpose Example To check VCS heartbeat. Check VCS heartbeat as follows. #lltstat n LLT node information Node 0 Result netnumencluster1 netnumencluster2 State OPEN OPEN Links 2 2

* 1

The above information shows that the heartbeat LLT of both hosts is normal. * indicates that it is lltstat command sent from netnumencluster2. #gabconfig a GAB Port Memberships ======================================== Port a gen Port h gen 179d03 membership 01 179d05 membership 01

Example

Result

1 indicates that GAB broadcast of two hosts heartbeat is normal.

Checking Running Status


Purpose Example To check VCS running status. Check VCS running status as follows. # hastatus -sum -- SYSTEM STATE -- System A A Result netnumencluster1 netnumencluster2 State RUNNING RUNNING Frozen 0 0

It shows that both hosts are in normal running status.

Starting VCS in Abnormal Status


Purpose Introduction To start VCS in abnormal status. VCS can fail to start under the following conditions:

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Restart the system after doing some settings on VCS cluster administrator interface while not saving settings. For instance, close VCS cluster administrator interface without save configurations. Or, terminate VCS process. Modify main.cf file manually. Restart the system while the syntax is wrong. Or, terminate VCS process. Forget to save VCS configurations: Execute the #hasys force host name command on either host to make VCS works in normal running status. It is better to execute this command on the host which has some settings done while without saving the settings. Take netnumencluster1 as an example. The command is: #hasys force netnumencluster1 Then, execute the hagui command to start VCS cluster administrator interface.

Solutions

The following are the different solutions available:

The syntax for main.cf is wrong. Modify main.cf. Execute the command below to verify whether the syntax for main.cf is correct. #hacf verify /etc/VRTSvcs/conf/config Start VCS cluster administrator interface after modifying main.cf syntax.

Failed to Start Oracle Database after Switchover


Purpose Error Information To provide solutions while it is failed to start oracle database after switchover. If it is failed to start oracle database on one host after switchover, the error information is: ORA-01157:Cannot identify/lock data file 11 -see DBWR trace file ORA-01110: data file '/export/home/oracle/product/9.2.0/dbs/uep.dbf Problem Cause 11:

It is failed to identify the uep.dbf file, which is the NM database file created by the user. The possible reason is that NM database is created on the local disk of one host (netnumencluster1, for instance), not on the shared disk array. When oracle database is switched over to netnumencluster2, it cannot read database data on netnumencluster1. Consequently, it is failed to start oracle database on netnumencluster2.

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Solutions

The following instance provides the solutions: NOTE: In this instance, oracle database is started successfully on netnumencluster1 and failed on netnumencluster2. 1. Switch oracle database to the host to start the database. Here, switch oracle database to netnumencluster1. 2. Delete database netnumencluster1. table space from local disk of

3. Make sure NM database script is correctly modified. 4. Create NM database to the shared disk array. For detailed procedures, refer to the fifth step in the Configuring NetNumen N31 Program section.

Faulty VCS Resource Group or Resource


Purpose Error Solutions To provide solutions while VCS resource group or resource is faulty. If one resource is faulty, there is a red cross on it. Delete most faulty resources manually. VCS system only removes a few faulty resources automatically, such as NIC resource error. Method of removing faulty resource is: Select the faulty resource. Right click on it. Select Clear Fault Auto. Hidden Trouble Example If faulty resources are not removed from the host, it fails to enable Ora_Oracle resource on this host. Oracle resource is switched over to netnumencluster2 when Ora_Oracle resource on netnumencluster1 is faulty. When netnumencluster2 is faulty, it is required to switch Ora_Oracle resource back to netnumencluster1. However, it fails to start oracle resource group on netnumencluster1 because the faulty Ora_Oracle resource on netnumencluster1 is not removed. Therefore, it is required to remove faulty resource manually. Figure 269 shows that oracle resource group is faulty on netnumencluster 2. Then, it is switched over to netnumencluster1 and works normally on it. NOTE: Remove the faulty resource from netnumencluster2 in time.

Method

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FIGURE 269 ORACLE RESOURCE GROUP IS SWITCHED OVER TO NETNUMENCLUSTER1 AND WORKS NORM ALLY.

Uninstalling VCS
Purpose Prerequisite Steps To uninstall VCS. Save /etc/VRTSvcs/conf/config/main.cf file uninstalling VCS. If types.cf file is modified, save it too. To uninstall VCS, perform the following steps: NOTE: Uninstall netnumencluster1. VCS from any host, for instance, before

1. Terminate VCS process on all servers. #./hastop -all force 2. Uninstall server software and oracle agent software.

Logon to the system as root user. Execute commands below: #cd /opt/VRTSvcs/install #./uninstallvcs Or, insert VCS CD into either host. Logon to the system as root user. Execute commands below: #cd /cdrom/cdrom0/cluster_server #./uninstallvcs The system displays prompts as follows: Enter the system names separated by spaces on which to uninstall VCS: netnumencluster1 netnumencluster2 Press [Return] to continue: Do you want to uninstall package VRTSvcsor from netnumencluster1 which is dependent on package VRTSvcs? [y,n,q,?] (y) y Do you want to uninstall package VRTSvcsor from netnumencluster2 which is dependent on package VRTSvcs? [y,n,q,?] (y) y

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Are you sure you want to uninstall VCS packages? [y,n,q] (y) y Uninstallation successfully. END OF STEPS Result VCS uninstalling is complete. NOTE: While VCS server software and Oracle agent software are uninstalled from netnumencluster1, the VCS server software and Oracle agent software are uninstalled from netnumencluster2 automatically too. of Cluster Server has completed

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Common UNIX Operation Commands


This appendix covers the following topics:

File System Operation Commands System Commands Pack/unpack Commands Important System Files

File System Operation Commands


File system operation commands are listed in Table 22
TABLE 22 FILE SYSTEM OPERATION COMM AND TABLE

Command cd ls

Description Modify directory Display directory and file information, similar to DOS command dir Mount one device (such as a disk) to a directory View files View files or combine multiple files to one file Create connection

Application -

mount

#mount /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s1 /test # cat file1 file2 >file3 # ln file1 file2

more cat ln

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Command rm

Description Delete one file; delete one directory and all contents in the directory where the parameter R(r) exists Delete one blank directory Create a directory Copy files Change the file name. Move one file or directory to another location Modify the file group

Application -

rmdir mkdir cp mv

chgrp

chgrp file (or directory name) parameter R recurrence chmod 755 file chmod u+w file chmod g+w file chmod o+w Parameter R recurrence

chmod

Modify file right

chown wc pwd find

Modify the file user Count bytes, characters and lines Display current directory Find specified file

find / -name filename -print & Find the specified file based on name at root directory. Execute the command on background and display the result on terminal. tail -3 file Display from the last three lines; tail +3 file Display from the first three lines -

tail

Display file tail information

ftp

Enable ftp function

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System Commands
System commands are listed in Table 23.
TABLE 23 SYSTEM COMMAND

Command pkginfo df du uname ps kill

Description View system patch Show disk usage Show file system; Show file size View system information View process information Stop a process

Application pkginfo i kill -9 120 kill -HUP 120 Kill the process and restart it.

pkill netstat ifconfig

Stop the process according to process name View network status Configure or view network interface parameters

pkill httpd ifconfig a View ifconfig eri0 136.1.56.170 Configure interface address (For nm7000) ifconfig eri0 up(down) ifconfig eri0 add if IP address add a logical address.

admintool hostname who date env eject clear | last

System administration tool View host name View login user View or set system time View system environment Eject CD driver Clear terminal screen information Pipe operator View login and logout

more inetd.conf|grep ftp -

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Command route add

Description Add route

Application route add default 136.1.0.1 1 Add default gateway. If the /etc/defaultrouter file exists, the system will set IP address in this file to be its gateway when system startup.

Pack/Unpack Command
Pack/unpack commands are listed in Table 24.
TABLE 24 PACK/UNPACK COMM AND

Command tar

Description -

Application tar -xvf *.tar Unpack tar -cvf a.tar a Pack a to be a.tar.

pack unpack gunzip gzip compress uncompress zip unzip

Pack file with the suffix of .z Unpack the file. Unpack the file with the suffix of .gz Unpack the file with the suffix of .gz compress uncompress zip unzip

unzip a.zip

Important System Files


Import system files are listed in Table 25.
TABLE 25 IMPORTANT SYSTEM FILES

File or directory /etc/rc2.d /etc/rc0.d

Description Multi-user mode start file Close script

Application -

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File or directory /etc/inetd.conf etc/default/login

Description Network service configuration file

Application Login by telnet after commenting out CONSOLE=/dev/cons ole

/etc/hosts and /etc/nodename /etc/defaultdomai n /var/spool/cron/cr ontabs /etc/resolv.conf

Save host information. Save domain information. User-related cron information Domain name server IP. nslookup cannot be used unless the file exists. User password file

/etc/passwd and /etc/shadow /etc/motd /etc/adm/sulog

Prompt information after login Record conversion between common user and root user. Null device. Cleaning up a file is the typical application.

/dev/null

cat /dev/null > file cat /dev/null file It is the best way to clean up a file. This operation does not have any influence on other processes whatever the file is open or not.

Note: The first letter for UNIX command is small letter.

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Common Oracle Database Operations


This appendix covers the following topics:

Starting Oracle8i Database Service Starting Oracle9i Database Service Viewing Oracle Service Name Viewing Database Table Space Name Viewing Database User Oracle Database Backup Restoring Oracle Database

Starting Oracle8i Database Service


Commands Table 26 lists oracle8i database service commands.
TABLE 26 STARTING ORACLE8I DAT ABASE SERVICE COMM ANDS

Command # su oracle $ svrmgrl SVRMGR> connect internal SVRMGR> startup SVRMGR> exit $ lsnrctl LSNRCTL> start

Description Switch user to oracle; the password is oracle Start oracle server manager Connect to oracle manager Start oracle service Exit manager Enter service monitoring management Start service monitoring

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Command LSNRCTL> exit

Description Exit manager

Starting Oracle9i Database Service


Commands Table 28 lists Oracle9i database service commands.
TABLE 27 STARTING ORACLE9I DAT ABASE SERVICE COMM ANDS

Command # su oracle $ lsnrctl start $ sqlplus /nolog > connect /as sysdba > startup > exit

Description Switch user to oracle; the password is oracle Start service monitoring Start sqlplus Logon to sqlplus Start oracle database Exit sqlplus

Viewing Oracle Service Name


Command The following example shows how to switch to oracle user. The command is executed as follows: $ set The environment variant for Oracle user, ORACLE_SID, is Oracle service name.

Viewing Database Table Space Name


Generally, the NM database table space name is WEBNMSDB. Commands Table 28 lists the commands to view NM database table space name:

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TABLE 28 VIEWING DAT ABASE TABLE SPACE N AME COMM ANDS

Command # su oracle $ sqlplus system/** SQL> select tablespace_name from user_tablespaces

Description Switch user to oracle; the password is oracle password for system user Query

Viewing Database User


Commands Table 29 lists the commands to view database user:
TABLE 29 VIEWING DAT ABASE USER COMM ANDS

Command # su oracle $ sqlplus system/** SQL> select username from dba_users

Description Switch user to oracle; the password is oracle password for system user Query

Oracle Database Backup


Commands To take the backup oracle database execute the following command # su oracle: $ exp : Switch user to oracle. (Password: oracle) Export database.

NOTE: The system asks some questions. Use default values for them except user name and password for database. Put the backup file to installation directory, such as /export/home/oracle.

Restoring Oracle Database


To restore oracle database use imp command.

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Abbreviations
Abbreviation ACL ADSL ATM CPU DSL DSLAM HTML HTTP IP LAN MAC MODEM PC PPP PVC QoS RAID RAM RMI RMON SNMP SQL TFTP VCI VLAN VPI Full Name Access Control List Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line Asynchronous Transfer Mode Central Processing Unit Digital Subscriber Line Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer Hyper-Text Markup Language Hypertext Transfer Protocol Internet Protocol Local Area Network Media Access Control Modulator-Demodulator Personal Computer Point-to-Point Protocol Permanent Virtual Circuit Quality of Service Redundant Array of Independent Disks Random Access Memory Remote Method Invocation Remote Network Monitoring Simple Network Management Protocol Structured Query Language Trivial File Transfer Protocol Virtual Channel Identifier Virtual Local Area Network Virtual Path Identifier

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Figure 1 Space For User Partition ..................................... 12 Figure 2 Admin Tool: Groups ........................................... 14 Figure 3 Admintool: Add Group........................................ 15 Figure 4 Admintool: Add User Window .............................. 15 Figure 5 Admintool: Add User Window .............................. 17 Figure 6 Show Hidden Objects......................................... 18 Figure 7 Text Editor .profile Window .............................. 19 Figure 8 Run Window ..................................................... 20 Figure 9 Prompt Window ................................................ 21 Figure 10 Extracting Files ............................................... 21 Figure 11 Installation Finished......................................... 22 Figure 12 Terminal Window ............................................. 23 Figure 13 Listening Process Window ................................. 23 Figure 14 Download Patch .............................................. 26 Figure 15 PATCH Searching ............................................ 26 Figure 16 Patch Searching Result..................................... 27 Figure 17 SQL Server 2000 Installation Screen .................. 31 Figure 18 SQL Server 2000 Installation Screen .................. 32 Figure 19 Install Components Window .............................. 32 Figure 20 Installation Preparations Window ....................... 33 Figure 21 Welcome Window ............................................ 33 Figure 22 Computer Name Window .................................. 33 Figure 23 Installation Selection Window............................ 34 Figure 24 User Information Window ................................. 34 Figure 25 Software License Agreement Window ................. 35 Figure 26 Installation Definition Window ........................... 35 Figure 27 Instance Name Windows .................................. 36 Figure 28 Installation Types Window ................................ 36 Figure 29 Service Accounts Window ................................. 37

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Figure 30 Authentication Mode Window ............................ 37 Figure 31 Start Copying File Window ................................ 38 Figure 32 Choose Licensing Mode Window......................... 38 Figure 33 INSTALLATION Progress Window ....................... 39 Figure 34 Starting Server Window ................................... 39 Figure 35 Updating System Window ................................. 39 Figure 36 Installation Complete Dialog Box ....................... 40 Figure 37 NetNumen Installation (Windows) ...................... 42 Figure 38 Selecting Language NetNumen........................ 43 Figure 39 Directory Selection in NetNumen........................ 43 Figure 40 Extracting Platform Files ................................... 44 Figure 41 NetNumen Install NMS Client .......................... 45 Figure 42 Selecting Language - NMS Client........................ 45 Figure 43 Directory Selection NMS Client........................... 46 Figure 44 Extracting Platform Files NMS Client ................... 46 Figure 45 Running NMS Config Center .............................. 48 Figure 46 NetNumen Config Center Window....................... 48 Figure 47 Basic Information Tab ...................................... 49 Figure 48 NE Module Tab ................................................ 50 Figure 49 Database Tab.................................................. 51 Figure 50 Database Data Type Tab................................... 51 Figure 51 Database System Administration Name And Password ........................................................................ 52 Figure 52 Database IP Address Window ............................ 53 Figure 53 Test Connection Database................................. 54 Figure 54 Optimize Database........................................... 54 Figure 55 FTP Service Tab............................................... 55 Figure 56 Add FTP User Window....................................... 56 Figure 57 Modify FTP User Windows ................................. 56 Figure 58 Information Dialog Box..................................... 57 Figure 59 Information Dialog Box..................................... 57 Figure 60 Client Update Tab ............................................ 58 Figure 61 Policy Configuration Tab ................................... 59 Figure 62 Syslog Info Tab ............................................... 62 Figure 63 Adding Syslog Server Window ........................... 62 Figure 64 Add NE Type ................................................... 63 Figure 65 Modify NE Type ............................................... 63

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Figure 66 Add Syslog Server ........................................... 63 Figure 67 Modify Syslog Server........................................ 64 Figure 68 Delete Sylog Server ......................................... 64 Figure 69 Shortcut Tab ................................................... 65 Figure 70 Other Tab ....................................................... 66 Figure 71 Advance Tab ................................................... 67 Figure 72 Save Other Information .................................... 67 Figure 73 Info Dialog Box................................................ 68 Figure 74 Analog Input Parameters Configuration Tab ......... 69 Figure 75 Add Analog Parameters .................................... 69 Figure 76 Modify Analog Input Parameters Configuration Tab70 Figure 77 Info ............................................................... 70 Figure 78 Digital Input Parameters Configuration Tab.......... 71 Figure 79 Add Input Digital Parameters Window ................. 71 Figure 80 Modify Digital Input Parameters Window ............. 72 Figure 81 Delete Digital Input Parameters ......................... 72 Figure 82 Digital Output Parameters Configuration Tab ....... 73 Figure 83 Add Output Digital Parameters Window ............... 73 Figure 84 Modify Digital Output Parameters Configuration.... 74 Figure 85 Delete Digital Output Parameters ....................... 74 Figure 86 Power Parameters Configuration Tab .................. 75 Figure 87 Add Power Parameters Window.......................... 75 Figure 88 Modify Power Parameters Configuration .............. 76 Figure 89 Delete Power Parameters .................................. 76 Figure 90 Import (Export) Configuration Data Tab .............. 77 Figure 91 Import Data Window ........................................ 77 Figure 92 Export Data Window......................................... 78 Figure 93 Config Center.sh.............................................. 79 Figure 94 NetNumen Install............................................. 79 Figure 95 NetNumen Install............................................. 80 Figure 96 NetNumen Install............................................. 80 Figure 97 NetNumen Install............................................. 81 Figure 98 Config Center Starts......................................... 81 Figure 99 Config Center.sh.............................................. 82 Figure 100 NetNumen Install ........................................... 83 Figure 101 NetNumen Install ........................................... 83

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Figure 102 NetNumen Install ........................................... 84 Figure 103 NetNumen Install ........................................... 84 Figure 104 Config Center Starts ....................................... 85 Figure 105 Configuration Center.sh .................................. 86 Figure 106 NetNumen Configuration Center Tab ................. 87 Figure 107 Basic Information Tab..................................... 88 Figure 108 NE Module Tab .............................................. 89 Figure 109 Module Deploy............................................... 89 Figure 110 Database Tab ................................................ 90 Figure 111 Database Data Type Tab ................................. 90 Figure 112 Database System Administration Name And Password ........................................................................ 91 Figure 113 Database IP Address Window........................... 92 Figure 114 Test Connection Database ............................... 93 Figure 115 FTP Service Tab ............................................. 94 Figure 116 Add FTP User Window ..................................... 94 Figure 117 Modify FTP User Windows................................ 95 Figure 118 Information Dialog Box ................................... 95 Figure 119 Information Dialog Box ................................... 95 Figure 120 Client Update Tab .......................................... 96 Figure 121 Policy Configuration Tab.................................. 97 Figure 122 Syslog NBI Info Tab ..................................... 100 Figure 123 Adding Syslog Server Window........................ 100 Figure 124 Add NE Type ............................................... 101 Figure 125 Modify NE Type............................................ 101 Figure 126 Add Syslog Server........................................ 101 Figure 127 Modify Syslog Server .................................... 102 Figure 128 Delete Sylog Server ..................................... 102 Figure 129 Short Cut Tab.............................................. 103 Figure 130 Other Tab ................................................... 104 Figure 131 Advance Tab ............................................... 104 Figure 132 Save Other Information ................................ 105 Figure 133 Info Dialog Box............................................ 105 Figure 134 Analog Input Parameters Configuration Tab ..... 106 Figure 135 Add Analog Parameters................................. 106 Figure 136 Modify Analog Input Parameters Configuration Tab ................................................................................... 107

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Figure 137 Information................................................. 107 Figure 138 Digital Input Parameters Configuration Tab ...... 108 Figure 139 Add Input Digital Parameters Window ............. 108 Figure 140 Modify Digital Input Parameters Window.......... 109 Figure 141 Delete Digital Input Parameters ..................... 109 Figure 142 Digital Output Parameters Configuration Tab.... 110 Figure 143 Add Output Digital Parameters Window ........... 110 Figure 144 Modify Digital Output Parameters Configuration 111 Figure 145 Delete Digital Output Parameters ................... 111 Figure 146 Power Parameters Configuration Tab............... 112 Figure 147 Add Power Parameters Window ...................... 112 Figure 148 Modify Power Parameters Configuration........... 113 Figure 149 Delete Power Parameters .............................. 113 Figure 150 Import (Export) Configuration Data Tab .......... 114 Figure 151 Import Data Window .................................... 114 Figure 152 Export Data Window ..................................... 115 Figure 153 Dual Hot Backup NM System ......................... 119 Figure 154 Disk Array Connections ................................. 120 Figure 155 Configuring Heartbeat Connection .................. 123 Figure 156 Configuration Server Guide ........................... 124 Figure 157 Creating Directory Tree or Sub-tree ............... 125 Figure 158 Specifying New Domain Name ....................... 125 Figure 159 Setting Database and Log File Location ........... 126 Figure 160 Confirming DNS Configuration ....................... 126 Figure 161 Configuring DNS.......................................... 127 Figure 162 Permissions ................................................ 127 Figure 163 Specifying Administrator Password ................. 128 Figure 164 Configuring Active Directory .......................... 128 Figure 165 Completing the Active Directory Installation Wizard ................................................................................... 129 Figure 166 Prompt of Restarting System......................... 129 Figure 167 Welcome Interface....................................... 130 Figure 168 Domain Controller Type ................................ 130 Figure 169 Network Credentials..................................... 131 Figure 170 Select Product to Install................................ 132 Figure 171 Select Install Type ....................................... 132 Figure 172 License ...................................................... 133

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Figure 173 Options Selections 1 .................................... 133 Figure 174 Options Selections 2 (with two heartbeat network cards)........................................................................... 134 Figure 175 Options Selections 3 .................................... 134 Figure 176 Options Selections 4 .................................... 135 Figure 177 Computer Selection ..................................... 135 Figure 178 Validation ................................................... 136 Figure 179 Install Report .............................................. 136 Figure 180 Install Process............................................. 137 Figure 181 Install Summary.......................................... 137 Figure 182 Reboot Remote Computers ........................... 138 Figure 183 Reboot Status ............................................. 138 Figure 184 Thank you for using VERITAS Storage Foundation HA 4.3 for Windows Interface........................................... 139 Figure 185 Prompt Dialogue Box, Asking Whether to reboot your local computer or not............................................... 139 Figure 186 VERITAS Enterprise Administrator.................. 140 Figure 187 localhost-Write Disk Signature....................... 141 Figure 188 localhost-New Dynamic Disk Group Wizard 1 ... 141 Figure 189 localhost-New Dynamic Disk Group Wizard 2 ... 142 Figure 190 localhost-New Dynamic Disk Group Wizard 3 ... 142 Figure 191 Creating Hard disk Group Completed .............. 143 Figure 192 localhost-New Volume Wizard 1 ..................... 144 Figure 193 localhost-New Volume Wizard 2 ..................... 144 Figure 194 localhost-New Volume Wizard 3 ..................... 145 Figure 195 localhost-New Volume Wizard 4 ..................... 145 Figure 196 localhost-New Volume Wizard 5 ..................... 146 Figure 197 Starting VCS Configuration Wizard ................. 147 Figure 198 Welcome Interface....................................... 147 Figure 199 Configuration Options .................................. 148 Figure 200 Domain Selection 1...................................... 148 Figure 201 Domain Selection 2...................................... 149 Figure 202 Discovering System ..................................... 149 Figure 203 VCW Options .............................................. 150 Figure 204 Cluster Details ............................................ 150 Figure 205 Validate Systems......................................... 151 Figure 206 NIC Selection .............................................. 151

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Figure 207 Set Service Network Card to be Low Priority .... 152 Figure 208 Service Account........................................... 152 Figure 209 Security ..................................................... 153 Figure 210 Summary ................................................... 153 Figure 211 Finish......................................................... 154 Figure 212 SQL Server Manager .................................... 156 Figure 213 Changing SQL Server Automatic Startup to be Manual Startup .............................................................. 156 Figure 214 Starting VCS Management ............................ 157 Figure 215 Select Configuration Option........................... 158 Figure 216 Service Group Configuration.......................... 158 Figure 217 SQL Server Instance Selection....................... 159 Figure 218 Detail Monitoring Configuration...................... 159 Figure 219 Registry Replication Path .............................. 160 Figure 220 Virtual Server Configuration .......................... 160 Figure 221 Servie Group Summary ................................ 161 Figure 222 Configuration Complete ................................ 161 Figure 223 Starting VCS Management ............................ 162 Figure 224 Connectivity Configuration ............................ 163 Figure 225 Login ......................................................... 163 Figure 226 Cluster Explorer .......................................... 163 Figure 227 AutoStartList............................................... 164 Figure 228 ForceUnmount ............................................ 165 Figure 229 Modified Configuration.................................. 165 Figure 230 NetNumen NM Configuration Center ............... 166 Figure 231 Add Service Group ....................................... 168 Figure 232 Creating NM Resource Group (nms-grp).......... 168 Figure 233 Add Resource.............................................. 169 Figure 234 Running ..................................................... 170 Figure 235 Creating VMDriveInfo.txt File......................... 170 Figure 236 d:\ VMDriveInfo.txt...................................... 171 Figure 237 nms-grp-VMDg Resource .............................. 171 Figure 238 nms-grp-MountV Resource............................ 172 Figure 239 proxy_NIC Resource .................................... 173 Figure 240 UMS NM Platform Server Console................... 176 Figure 241 Add NM Resource ........................................ 176 Figure 242 Set RestartLimit to be 3................................ 177

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Figure 243 NM Programme Resource.............................. 178 Figure 244 Adding Relationship ..................................... 178 Figure 245 Service Group ............................................. 179 Figure 246 Link Service Groups ..................................... 180 Figure 247 All VCS Resources are Started Normally.......... 180 Figure 248 Finding Program .......................................... 181 Figure 249 Modifying Options........................................ 181 Figure 250 License Interface ......................................... 182 Figure 251 Dual Hot Backup NM System ......................... 192 Figure 252 Opening VCS Cluster Manager Interface.......... 227 Figure 253 Creating a New Cluster................................. 227 Figure 254 Cluster Monitor Interface After VCS is Created . 228 Figure 255 VCS Cluster Administrator Interface ............... 228 Figure 256 Importing Oracle Type ................................. 229 Figure 257 Adding Oracle Resource Group ...................... 230 Figure 258 Relationship between Oracle Resource Group and Resources ..................................................................... 230 Figure 259 Adding Resource ......................................... 231 Figure 260 AutoStartList Property .................................. 232 Figure 261 Edit Attribute .............................................. 233 Figure 262 Creating Resource Relationship...................... 236 Figure 263 NetNumen NM Configuration Center ............... 241 Figure 264 Starting NM Server Test ............................... 243 Figure 265 Adding NM Server Resource Group nms-grp .... 244 Figure 266 Relationship of Resources in NM Resource Group ................................................................................... 244 Figure 267 Relationship between Database Resource Group Oracle and NM Resource Group nms-grp............................ 250 Figure 268 Link Service Groups ..................................... 250 Figure 269 Oracle resource group is switched over to netnumencluster1 and works normally. ............................. 259

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Table 1 Chapter Summary .................................................i Table 2 Typographical Conventions .................................... ii Table 3 Mouse Operation Conventions ............................... iii Table 4 Network Types .....................................................1 Table 5 Equivalent NE Example .........................................2 Table 6 NT Server Configuration ........................................3 Table 7 Outsourcing Software ...........................................3 Table 8 Accessories .........................................................4 Table 9 Hardware Platform ...............................................4 Table 10 Outsourcing Software..........................................5 Table 11 Accessories........................................................5 Table 12 Hardware Platform..............................................6 Table 13 Outsourcing Software..........................................6 Table 14 Accessories........................................................7 Table 15 Hardware Platform..............................................7 Table 16 Outsourcing Software..........................................8 Table 17 Accessories........................................................8 Table 18 Firewall .............................................................9 Table 19 Disk Partition ................................................. 186 Table 20 c1t0d0 Disk Partition....................................... 189 Table 21 Disk Partition ................................................. 192 Table 22 File System Operation Command Table.............. 261 Table 23 System Command .......................................... 263 Table 24 Pack/Unpack Command................................... 264 Table 25 Important System Files ................................... 264 Table 26 Starting Oracle8i Database Service Commands ... 267 Table 27 Starting Oracle9i Database Service Commands ... 268 Table 28 Viewing Database Table Space Name Commands 269 Table 29 Viewing Database User Commands ................... 269

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Index
Adding Oracle Resource Group .................................. 229 Analog Input Parameters Configuration ...........68, 105 Backup Domain................. 129 Basic Information.......... 49, 87 Client Update ............... 57, 96 Configure SQL Server Startup Type............................ 155 Configuring Database .......... 23 Configuring Domain........... 124 Configuring NetNumen N31 NM Resources .................... 165 Configuring NetNumen N31 Program....................... 238 Configuring Network .......... 122 Configuring NMS Config Center .................................... 47 Configuring Resources in Oracle Resource Group ............ 231 Configuring sqlserver Resources .................................. 162 Creating Disk Array Logical Partition ....................... 139 Creating Disk Group .......... 140 Creating NM Server Resource Group .......................... 243 Creating Oracle Resource Group .................................. 229 Creating Volume ............... 143 Database i, 50, 51, 54, 89, 117, 125, 154, 203, 249 Digital Input Parameters Configuration ...........70, 107 Digital Output Parameters Configuration ...........72, 109 Disk Array Connections ...... 119 Disk Array Partition ........... 191 Dividing Disk Array............ 122 Dividing SUN A1000 Disk Array .................................. 197 Dual Hot Backup Configuration Requirements ............... 185 Dual System Requirements for UNIX ...............................7 Dual System Requirements for Windows ..........................6 FTP Service .................. 55, 93 Hardware......................... 119 Hardware Connection.. 119, 191 Hardware Firewall .................9 Hardware Requirements 11, 186 Import (Export) Configuration Data....................... 76, 113 Importing Oracle Type ....... 229 Installation Preparation........ 13 Installing Latest Solaris9 Patch .................................. 190 Installing NM Program ....... 237 Installing NMS .................. 156 Installing NMS Client ......44, 82 Installing NMS Client and Server ......................42, 78 Installing Oracle 9i .............. 20 Installing Oracle Database on netnumencluster1 ......... 204 Installing Oracle Database on netnumencluster2 ......... 204 Installing Oracle9i Service Pack .................................... 25 Installing VCS Oracle Agent Software ...................... 226 Installing VCS Patch .......... 226 Installing VCS Software ..... 208 Installing VCS4.0 .............. 208 Main Domain.................... 124 Modifying Service IP of Oracle Database as Floating IP.. 207 NE Module ....................50, 88 NM Program Running Test.. 242 NM Resource Group........... 237 Oracle 9i Post Installation Check............................ 22 Other ..................... 3, 65, 103 Policy Configuration .......58, 96 Power Parameters Configurations ......... 74, 111 Preparations before Installation .................................. 203 Requirements for Disk Array Partition....................... 192 Running Config Center....47, 86 Setting Network ............... 200 Short Cut......................... 103 Shortcut ............................ 65 Single System Requirements for UNIX ............................... 4 Single System Requirements for Windows .......................... 3 Software Requirements. 12, 187 Solaris9 Oerating System Installation................... 187
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Starting VCS Cluster Manager ...................................227 SUN 3310 Disk Array Partition ...................................193 System Log Information . 61, 99 Test Dual Systems.............183 Test Rules for Local Dual Hot Backup System..............183 Test Single System ............182

Testing Oracle Resource Group .................................. 236 Upgrading VCS License ...... 181 VCS License ..................... 181 VCS Software Configuration 162 VCS Software Configuration Create Cluster............... 146 VCS Software Configuration Create SqlServer Resource Group .......................... 157

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