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Netcool/Proviso Architecture 18
Configuring Your Deployment
The Graphical Installation Interface
•The Launchpad on page 22
The Launchpad
Topology Editor Views
Technology Pack View
The topology.xml File
Topology Editor Tools
Properties and Advanced Properties Views
Topology Editor Menus
Topology Menu
Run Menu
Window Menu
Help Menu
Primary Versus Secondary Deployers
Node Selection
Installation Steps
Step Properties
Step Status Values
Resuming a Partially Successful First-Time Installation
Installation Scenarios
Pre-Installation Setup Tasks
•SettingUp a Remote X Window Display
Setting Up a Remote X Window Display
Specifying the DISPLAY Environment Variable
Disabling Access Control to the Display
Changing the Ethernet Characteristics
AIX Systems
Solaris Systems
Setting the Resource Limits (AIX Only)
Netcool/Proviso Distribution
Chapter 2: Installing and Configuring the Prerequisite Software
Before You Begin
Specifying a Basename for DB_USER_ROOT
Specifying Oracle Login Passwords
Adding the pvuser Login Name
Adding pvuser to a Standalone Computer
Multiple Computer Considerations
Adding pvuser on an NIS-Managed Network
Assumed Values
Installing the Oracle Server
Step 1: Ensure that the Oracle User is not in NIS
Step 2: Download the Oracle Distribution and Patch to Disk
Step 3: Download the Netcool/Proviso Distribution to Disk
Step 4: Verify the Required Operating System Packages
On Solaris Systems
On AIX Systems
Step 5: Set the System Parameters (Solaris Only)
Step 6: Run the Oracle Server Configuration Script
Structure Created by the configure_ora Script
Step 7: Set a Password for the Oracle Login Name
Step 8: Run the Pre-Installation Script
Step 9: Verify PATH and Environment for the Oracle Login Name
Step 10: Install Oracle
• Usingthe Menu-Based Script on page 61
Using the Menu-Based Script
Using Batch Mode
Step 11: Run the root.sh Script
Step 12: Install Oracle Patches
Additional AIX Patch
Step 13: Set the ORACLE_SID Variable
Step 14: Set Automatic Startup of the Database Instance
Step 15: Configure the Oracle Listener
To configure the Oracle Listener:
Step 16: Configure the Oracle Net Client
Installing the Oracle Client (Patch Version
Pre-Installation Tasks for Linux Systems
Step 3: Run the Oracle Client Configuration Script
Step 4: Set a Password for the Oracle Login Name
Step 5: Run the Pre-Installation Script
Step 6: Verify the PATH and Environment for the Oracle Login Name
Step 7: Install the Oracle Client
To install the Oracle client:
Step 8: Run the root.sh Script
To run the root.sh script:
Step 9: Install Oracle Patches
Step 10: Configure the Oracle Net Client
Create the sqlnet.ora File
Create the tnsnames.ora File
Test the Oracle Net Configuration
To test the Oracle Net configuration:
Installing the Oracle Client (Patch Version
Next Steps
Chapter 3: Installing Netcool/Proviso in a Distributed Environment
Before You Begin 98
Starting the Launchpad
Installing the Topology Editor
To install the Topology Editor:
Starting the Topology Editor
Creating a New Topology
Adding and Configuring the Netcool/Proviso Components
Step 1: Add the Hosts
Step 2: Add a Database Configurations Component
To add a Database Configurations component:
Step 3: Add a DataMart
Event Notification Scripts
Step 4: Add a Discovery Server
Adding Multiple Discovery Servers
Step 5: Add a DataView
Step 6: Add the DataChannel Administrative Components
Step 7: Add a DataChannel
To add a DataChannel:
Step 8: Add a Collector
Collector Types
Creating an SNMP Collector
Saving the Topology
Opening an Existing Topology File
Starting the Deployer
Primary Deployer
Secondary Deployers
Deploying the Topology
Step 3: Start the Installation
Installing on AIX Systems
Step 3: Install the Components on the AIX System
Step 4: Install the Components on the Solaris System
Step 5: Complete the Installation on the AIX System
The Post-Installation Script
Chapter 5: Installing Technology Packs
Installing the Starter Kit
•Starter Kit Components
•Where to Obtain Starter Kit Components
Starter Kit Components
Where to Obtain Starter Kit Components
Backing Up Inventory Files
Installing Technology Packs
Adding UBA Collectors
Adding a UBA Collector for UBA Packs
Adding UBA Collectors for the Nortel CS2000 Technology Pack
Chapter 6: Modifying the Current Deployment
Opening a Deployed Topology
To open a deployed topology:
Adding a New Component
Example: Performing an Incremental Installation
Changing Configuration Parameters of Existing Netcool/Proviso Components
Moving Components to a Different Host
Moving a Deployed Collector to a Different Host
Moving a Deployed SNMP Collector
Moving a Deployed SNMP Collector to or from a HAM Environment
To move a deployed SNMP collector to or from a HAM environment:
Moving a Deployed UBA Bulk Collector
Chapter 7: Using the High Availability Manager
HAM Basics
The Parts of a Collector
HAM Cluster Configuration
Types of Spare Hosts
Types of HAM Clusters
Example HAM Clusters
1 + 1, Fixed Spare
2 + 1, Fixed Spare
2 + 1, Both Primaries are Floating Spares
3+ 2, Fixed Spares
3+ 2, All Primaries are Floating Spares
Resource Pools
How the SNMP Collector Works
How Failover Works With the HAM and the SNMP Collector
Creating a HAM Environment
Topology Prerequisites
1.Create the HAM and a HAM Cluster
Step 1: Create the HAM and a HAM Cluster
Step 2: Add the Designated Spare
Step 3: Add the Managed Definitions
Step 4: Define the Resource Pools
Step 5: Save and Start the HAM
To save and start the HAM:
Removing a Component
Uninstalling Netcool/Proviso
•Restrictions and Behavior on page 172
Performing the Uninstall
Uninstalling the Topology Editor
To uninstall the Topology Editor:
Residual Files
Appendix A: Deployment Considerations
Co-Location Rules
Co-Location Rules 176
Remote Installation
Appendix B: DataChannels
DataChannel Architecture
DataChannel Architecture 182
Data Aggregation
Management Programs and Watchdog Scripts
DataChannel Application Program Names
Starting the DataChannel Management Programs
Starting the DataLoad SNMP Collector
DataChannel Management Components in a Distributed Configuration
Manually Starting the Channel Manager Programs
To start the Channel Manager programs manually:
SNMP Traps from Logs
Appendix C: Aggregation Sets
Configuring Aggregation Sets
Configuring Aggregation Sets 188
Installing Aggregation Sets
Step 1: Start the Netcool/Proviso Setup Program
Step 2: Set Aggregation Set Installation Parameters
Step 3: Edit Aggregation Set Parameters File
Linking DataView Groups to Timezones
Appendix D: Installing Multiple DataView Servers
DataView Cluster
About a Distributed Architecture
Choosing a Load Balancer
Installing a DataView Cluster
Uploading Style Sheets
Configuring the DataView Cluster
Adding Servers to a Cluster Configuration
To add servers to a cluster configuration:
Configuring the Cache Manager
To configure the Cache Manager:
Restarting Cluster Servers
To restart cluster servers:
Verifying Cluster Configuration
To verify cluster configuration:
Deleting Servers from Cluster
To delete servers from cluster:
Multi-SilverMaster Database Installation
Basic Installation Tasks
Updating the Oracle Database
To update the Oracle database:
Installing SilverStream on a Secondary Server
Installing DataView on a Secondary Server
Installation Overview
Re-Running the DataView Installation
Steps to Install Netcool/Proviso DataView
Test the DataView Installation
Confirming the Installation
Primary DataView Server
Secondary DataView Server
An Incorrectly Configured Secondary DataView Server
Uploading Style Sheets onto Secondary Servers
Removing the Database Updates
Combined Cluster and Multi-SilverMaster Configuration
SilverStream Installation on a Secondary Server
HTTP Port Number and SSL Considerations
Steps to Install SilverStream Server
Step 1: Install Oracle Client
Add the SilverMaster TNS Service Name
Step 1,Install Oracle Client 222
Test the SilverMaster TNS Service Name
Step 2: Pre-Installation Steps
Step 3: Create Installation Directory
Step 4: Run the SilverStream Install Script
Step 5: Test the SilverStream Server
Step 6: Configure the SilverStream Server
Additional SilverStream Configuration
Step 7: Stop the SilverStream Server
Appendix E: Deployer CLI Options
Using the -DTarget Option
Appendix F: Using Silent Mode
Sample Properties Files
The Deployer
•Running the Deployer in Silent Mode on page 238
Running the Deployer in Silent Mode
Sample Properties Files 238
Status Messages
The Topology Editor
Appendix G: Installing an Interim Fix
Installation Rules
Behavior and Restrictions
Installing a Patch
Appendix H: Error Codes and Log Files
Error Codes
Deployer Messages
Topology Editor Messages
InstallAnywhere Messages
•COI Log Files
•Deployer Log File
COI Log Files
Deployer Log File
Eclipse Log File
Trace Log File
Appendix I: Troubleshooting
Deployment Problems
Deployment Problems 264
Saving Installation Configuration Files
Netcool/Proviso Component Problems
Topology Editor Problems
Telnet Problems
Java Problems
Testing Connectivity to the Database
Testing External Procedure Call Access
To test external procedure call access:
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