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Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS

Optical Management System

1350OMS
9.6.11

Installation Guide - Volume 1: HPUX
8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 August 2012

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LIST OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES ......................................................................................................................... LIST OF TABLES ........................................................................................................................... PREFACE......................................................................................................................................... Preliminary Information.............................................................................................................. Applicability................................................................................................................................. Scope ........................................................................................................................................... History.......................................................................................................................................... Related Documents .................................................................................................................... Handbook Structure ................................................................................................................... General on Customer Documentation ...................................................................................... 1 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................... 1.1 Installation Requirements ................................................................................................... 1.1.1 Requested Hardware ...................................................................................................... 1.2 Initial Installation.................................................................................................................. 1.2.1 HP-UX Operating System Installation & Configuration ................................................... 1.2.2 Predispose...................................................................................................................... 1.2.3 Instance creation ............................................................................................................ 1.2.4 Software copy ................................................................................................................. 1.2.5 Custom ........................................................................................................................... 1.2.6 Integration & Federation ................................................................................................. 1.2.7 Network Management Sub-Systems Functional Dependencies..................................... 1.2.8 Optional Network Management Sub-Systems ................................................................ 1.3 Restrictions .......................................................................................................................... 1.4 Registered Trademarks ....................................................................................................... 1.5 Conventions ......................................................................................................................... 2 INSTALL AND CUSTOMIZE 1350OMS....................................................................................... 2.1 Operating System Installation ............................................................................................ 2.1.1 Preparatory activities ...................................................................................................... 2.1.2 Installing HP-UX 11iV3.................................................................................................... 2.1.3 Boot the machine............................................................................................................ 2.1.4 Time Zone Selection ....................................................................................................... 2.1.5 Time Adjusting ................................................................................................................ 2.1.6 Hostname Definition ....................................................................................................... 2.1.7 IP Address Set-up........................................................................................................... 2.1.8 SubNetwork Mask and GateWay set-up......................................................................... 2.1.9 DNS Configuration .......................................................................................................... 2.1.10 Core Memory and Swap/Dump Sizing.......................................................................... 2.1.11 Hardware Scanning....................................................................................................... 2.1.12 Mirror/Disk UX Selection............................................................................................... 2.1.13 Disk Selection ............................................................................................................... 2.1.14 Execution Phase ........................................................................................................... 2.1.15 End execution phase .................................................................................................... 2.2 Software Package Predispose............................................................................................ 2.2.1 1350OMS-MW_OS Installation....................................................................................... 2.2.2 Pre-Installation Actions ................................................................................................... 2.2.3 Create local alu/DEPOT ................................................................................................. 2.2.4 1350OMS-MW_OS ScBackup cumulative raw patch ..................................................... 2.2.5 Upgrade Platform............................................................................................................ 2.2.6 Install NMS Description and 1350OMS 9.6.11 Installation Procedure ............................ 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.........................................1 Device Full on /var Mounted File System ..7 Stop/Start Kernel Services ..2................................................. 2..................................3........3..... 2........................ 4................ 3.........11 2/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 63 80 82 82 84 89 89 90 90 93 102 104 105 106 106 107 111 111 111 111 112 112 112 112 113 113 113 115 115 117 118 118 119 119 119 120 120 122 124 124 124 125 125 125 127 129 129 130 130 130 131 131 Installation Guide ..............................................................................3 Operating System Configuration........................................9 Mandatory W/A....................................................2 Recoverable Faults Managing SWP .............11 Mandatory W/A for Application Start-up ..3.................................................................................................... 4................................................... 2........................................................... 4........................................................................................................................................................2 System Halt .......................................................................................... 4..................... 4........... 2............................................1 Find the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Device File...................2..............3.....8........................ 2........................................................................... 2.......1 Special Instruction for SDH. 2...................2 Special Instruction for HA ......................................................5.1 Identify a Failure Condition..............................3 Configure License Manager..... 2.................................................................................................. 2...1 Activate ORCA on rx2660 and rx6600 .......1 Node Name Management.............2 Client PC ..... 4.............................................................1 Pagefile configuration review ........................................................................................................ 4.................2 LAN Assignment .. 2............................................................................................................................ 4......................2 GUI servers ....................... 3 WEB DESKTOP AND CLIENT PC.6 NMS Special Installation Instruction ............................................................................................. 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A....................................................................3..........................................................................6 Inittab Process Not restarting..........................................................................................................10 Disable network root access ........................................................................................... 2...............4..........................................................2 Device full on /usr and /home ......1 Web Desktop ...............................................................................................................................8 1350OMS-HA Post Predisposal .1 WebEnabler cache...................................................................5.............................. 3...............6...............................1 Kerberos kdcd Process Not Running........................2 Host Configuration .............................................4 Install and Customize Alcatel-Lucent Software ....2................. A...............................5................11............................................................................3 Recoverable Faults .................................................................................. 2.................................................Volume 1: HPUX List of Contents ......... 2............................ 2................................................... 4 TROUBLE SHOOTING..................4 Enable GoGlobal Connection ..............................3........................ A.....................................................1 System Configuration trouble shutting .................................3..............11....................................................... 3.........................3 P400 and P410i Smart Arrays Configuration ...2.........4.... A........................................................1 Recoverable Faults Installing Software.......................2 Synchronize the Clocks ..........................5....................................................... 2................................................................5 Device Full .................................................................................................... 4.................................................................4...................6....................................................................... 4.........1 EML RetixStack.........................................................1 System Shutdown with Reboot.............................. 2..............5 System Configuration................................... APPENDIX A SYSTEM TIPS ......................4......................................................................... 2....................2 Failure installing a HP-UX ............................................. 2......................................................... 4......2................................... A........8 Integration & Federation . 3............................... 2.1 Final Integration&Federation Script .........................6....................................................................................... Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9...................................... 2.......................... 2................................1 Connection to Web Desktop ............................................................... 3..................................1 Automatic Install and Customize NMS and NMC ..........2 System Shutdown ...........................................3 Troubleshooting.............................................................................................. 3...........................3............... 4........................ 2................................................................1..7 Predispose for Installation .....2 Kerberos kdcd High CPU Consuming ...........................4 Kerberos Problems.2 Manual Install and Customize NMS and NMC........................ 2......... NPR ....................2....................................2..................... 3..........................................................................................

.............................................2 GoGlobal-UX Installation on PC...........................................3.............................. B...............................................................................................3............... C...............................1 GoGlobal-UX Installation on HP-UX System...................................................................................A.............................. C................................6 Poseidon License Server Troubleshooting .2 HP9000 RP4440... C............................4 Create RAID 1+0 Logical Drive ....................................................... APPENDIX D POSEIDON INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION....................................1 Mirror Disk/UX Installation Prerequisite.......................... C..................... E... A.....................................................3..........................................5 How to delete a Smart Array Logical Drive ...............2 Retrieve License Servers Identity ............4 Installing and Configuring Mirror Disk/UX ...............1 License servers definition rules ........................................................................1 1350OMS Network Management composition table ....................3.................. E.................................. 132 134 135 136 138 138 138 138 139 139 141 142 142 142 143 143 143 146 147 147 147 148 151 157 159 159 159 160 160 162 162 162 163 165 165 166 166 167 167 168 169 ABBREVIATIONS .......................3 Smart Array Configuration Rule ..............................................1 RP4440 with MSA30 ...........................................2................................................................................................4 GoGlobal-UX authorization procedure ........ A........................................................................................... APPENDIX E HP9000 SERVER CABLE CONNECTION ....................................................................................3 HP Integrity RX7640 .....2 Activate ORCA on rx2800 ...................................................................................................................................................................................4............2 NMC Class ......................................................3..............2 Mirror Disk/UX Configuration Prerequisite ..................... A.... D.........................2 Two licence servers down ..... C................................................................................ D.......................................................................................................................................................3...............................................Volume 1: HPUX List of Contents Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9... F..................... C.................... APPENDIX F HP INTEGRITY SERVER CABLE CONNECTION............................4................................................................................................ C....................................3 Permanent License Request .6..........................1 Poseidon License Management Configuration .......................... E................................................................................... 175 Installation Guide ..3................................................................1 NMS Class ....... APPENDIX C GOGLOBAL-UX INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION....... D........11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 3/176 ..2 Retrieve License Servers Host Identifier ......... B..........................................2 Alcatel-Lucent DVD Codes ..........3 Mirror Disk/UX Installation ........................................3 Require the Authorization License ........................ F..5 Add a New License...................................................................................4 Check the License Status ......................................................3....................................... D.......................1 HP Integrity RX2660 ................................................................1 Redundant Connectivity ................... D............................................................................... C..........................3.... D.......... D............... 171 INDEX ........................ APPENDIX B SPECIFIC DATA.................1 HP9000 RP3410 and RP3440 ....3...................... C...... A....6........................ B........................ A..............................................................................................................................................................................2................................................................................2 HP Integrity RX6600 ..... F.....................................................3.......................................................................................................1 Automatic Removal of GoGlobal-UX/Previous Version...................................... A.....................6.............................................................................................................................................................3 NMS/NMC Specific Data....... 173 CUSTOMER DOCUMENTATION FEEDBACK.............................................................................5 Add a new license(s) ........... D........................................................................................ B...................................................................... B.4.................................................................. A........3 GoGlobal-UX license........

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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1. MP to W-cable connection. ................................................................................................ Figure 2. F/F adaptor cable to connect PC to HP MP....................................................................... Figure 3. Installation Phases on a server. ......................................................................................... Figure 4. Example of TMN configuration .......................................................................................... Figure 5. NMS functional dependency.............................................................................................. Figure 6. Example of disk configuration............................................................................................ Figure 7. 1350OMS-HA communication example............................................................................. Figure 8. Network Example............................................................................................................... Figure 9. NTP Configuration Example .............................................................................................. Figure 10. Automatic and Fast Install and Customize ...................................................................... Figure 11. Automatic and Fast Install and Customize....................................................................... Figure 12. List of existing instances .................................................................................................. Figure 13. NMS Customize Window ................................................................................................. Figure 14. NMS Customize Window ................................................................................................. Figure 15. NMS Customize trace window......................................................................................... Figure 16. Add 1350OMS-HA Starting configuration Example ......................................................... Figure 17. Add 1350OMS-HA Final configuration Example.............................................................. Figure 18. Web Desktop Login ......................................................................................................... Figure 19. Web Desktop password ................................................................................................... Figure 20. Smart Array P400 Main Menu ......................................................................................... Figure 21. Smart Array View Configuration window ......................................................................... Figure 22. rx2800 Boot Primary Menu .............................................................................................. Figure 23. rx2800 UEFI shell prompt ................................................................................................ Figure 24. UEFI drvcfg command examples..................................................................................... Figure 25. Smart Array P410i Main Menu......................................................................................... Figure 26. Smart Array Create window - 1....................................................................................... Figure 27. Smart Array Create window - 2....................................................................................... Figure 28. Smart Array Delete window - 1 ........................................................................................ Figure 29. Smart Array Delete window - 2 ........................................................................................ Figure 30. GoGlobal-UX Logo .......................................................................................................... Figure 31. GraphOn License WEB Page .......................................................................................... Figure 32. GraphOn License WEB Page - Software Agreement ...................................................... Figure 33. GraphOn Info request window for Single server.............................................................. Figure 34. GraphOn Info request window for Three Redundant servers .......................................... Figure 35. GraphOn License WEB Page - License Output Example................................................ Figure 36. RP3410 and RP3440 Server Front.................................................................................. Figure 37. RP4440 Front View without front panel ........................................................................... Figure 38. RP4440 Rear View .......................................................................................................... Figure 39. rx2660 Server Front view................................................................................................. Figure 40. rx2620Server Rear view .................................................................................................. Figure 41. RX6600 Front Panel ........................................................................................................ Figure 42. RX6600 Rear Panel......................................................................................................... Figure 43. rx7640 Front view ............................................................................................................ Figure 44. rx7640 Rear View ............................................................................................................ 20 21 22 24 24 49 80 83 84 91 92 99 99 100 101 107 108 114 114 131 132 132 133 133 134 135 135 136 136 143 148 149 149 150 151 165 166 166 167 167 168 168 169 169

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..... Optional Network Management Sub-system Applicability.................................................... Table 4..................... Table 13.................... Table 9..6 ...... Related Handbooks................................. Three Server Redundant License Form ................. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9......................... EML Instances........................... Table 2.......LIST OF TABLES Table 1.................. Involved IP Network Node table ................. Single License Form.6. Table 10........................................................................ Lan card configuration..................................... Table 3.......................................................................... Table 6..................................................................................... 12 12 25 28 29 68 82 105 105 139 141 159 160 Installation Guide ............................ Table 8... Table 5........... List of HP Integrity supported hardware components ...... List of HP9000 supported hardware components ...................... Table 11..................................6....................... Table 12................................................ Handbooks related to the specific software application ....................................................................................................................................... Lan card configuration 1350OMS Rel 9.............................................11 Media codes............................................................................................... Table 7.............................Volume 1: HPUX List of Tables Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.............................11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 7/176 ............. 1350OMS Network Management composition table ......

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and specifically disclaims the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. TECHNICAL SUPPORT Please contact your Local Alcatel-Lucent Technical Assistance Center for questions reffered to the information contained in this document. NOTICE The product specification and/or performance levels contained in this document are for information purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Installation Guide .PREFACE Preliminary Information WARNING ALCATEL-LUCENT makes no warranty of any kind with regards to this manual. performance. To send your comments about this handbook please follow the indication on Customer Documentation Feedback. or special. ALCATELLUCENT will not be liable for errors contained herein or for damages. whether direct. COPYRIGHT NOTIFICATION The technical information of this manual is the property of ALCATEL-LUCENT and must not be copied. reproduced or disclosed to a third party without written consent. consequential. indirect. in connection with the furnishing.6. or use of this material. incidental. They do not represent any obligation on the part of ALCATEL-LUCENT.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 9/176 .Volume 1: HPUX Preface Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.

6. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. if the screen contents are unchanged.11 Part Number 8DG 41764 AAAA Part Number 8DG 42204 AAAA NOTES FOR HANDBOOKS RELEVANT TO SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS Handbooks relevant to software applications (typically the Operator's Handbooks) are not modified unless the new software “version” distributed to Customers implies man-machine interface changes or in case of slight modifications not affecting the understanding of the explained procedures. Moreover.Volume 1: HPUX Preface . they are not replaced in the handbooks related to a subsequent version. RELEASE 9.Applicability This handbook applies to following product–releases: PRODUCT 1350OMS PRODUCT 1350OMS N.B.) 9.11 10/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .6 VERSION (N. should the screen prints included in the handbook contain the product–release's "version" marking. Scope This document describes how to install and configure an HP9000 or an HP Integrity computer systems in order to allow the correct usage of the Alcatel-Lucent NMS application Software.6.B.

6.1.6.6.Volume 1: HPUX Preface Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 11/176 .11 DR4 Based on 1350 OMS build 9.6 Installation Guide Aligned to 9.0 for HP-UX Installation Guide .History EDITION Ed. 01 DATE August 2012 DESCRIPTIONS 1350OMS 9.1.

6 EML User Guide 1350OMS 9.6 SONET Guide 1350OMS 9.Related Documents The list of handbooks given here below is valid on the issue date of this Handbook and can be changed without any obligation for ALCATEL to update it in this Handbook.6 PKT Guide 1350OMS 9. The standard Customer Documentation in the English language for the equipment whose product– release–version is stated in “Applicability” on page 10 consists of the following handbooks: Table 1. Handbooks related to the specific software application REF [1] [2] 1350OMS R9.6 WDM Guide Part Number 8DG 42227 AAAA 8DG 42227 BAAA 8DG 42227 CAAA 8DG 42227 DAAA 8DG 42227 EAAA 8DG 42227 FAAA 8DG 42227 GAAA 8DG 42227 HAAA 8DG 42227 KAAA 8DG 42227 PAAA 8DG 42227 QAAA Notes Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6.6 CLI Reference 1350OMS 9.6 OI Guide 1350OMS 9.Volume 1: HPUX Preface .6 SDH User Guide 1350OMS 9.6 Service Assurance Guide 1350OMS 9.6 Administration Guide Table 2. Related Handbooks REF [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] HANDBOOK 1350OMS 9.11 12/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .6 GETTING STARTED GUIDE 1350OMS 9.6 HA Guide 1350OMS 9.5 SY Guide 1350OMS 9.6 Installation Guide HANDBOOK Part Number 8DG 42227 MAAA 8DG 42227 LAAA Notes THIS HANDBOOK 1350OMS R9. Some of the handbooks listed here below may not be available on the issue date of this Handbook.

safety recommendation.Handbook Structure This handbook has been edited according to the Alcatel-Lucent standardized “drawing-up guides" complying with such suggestion.6. initial and restriction are briefly described. The requirements. This chapter shown how to solve some trouble can occur during the installation. This appendix shows the suggested connections for the SCSI and Fibre Channel cable for the HP Integrity servers foreseen. PREFACE: It contains general information as preliminary information.It contains info regarding customer opinions collection about this documentation. history. This handbook is divided into the main topics described in the table of contents: The technical contents of the document is mainly divided into two parts. In this appendix GOGLOBAL-UX installation and configuration is described. Introduction Installation & Customization This chapter shows how to install and customize Alcatel-Lucent Network Management Subsystems on a HP9000 or on a HP Integrity system.Volume 1: HPUX Preface Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Not applicable Not applicable CUSTOMER DOCUMENTA. handbook scope. it describes the handbook structure and the customer documentation. In this appendix some system tips are show.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 13/176 . This appendix shows the suggested connections for the SCSI and Fibre Channel cable for the HP 9000 servers foreseen. In this appendix Poseidon installation and configuration is described. ClientPCConfig Troubleshooting Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F ABBREVIATIONS: INDEX This chapter describes a personal computer minimum and recommended machine requirements. and how to proceed when possible. In this appendix NMS and NMC specific data are described. Furthermore. related documents. TION FEEDBACK Installation Guide .

identify the possible network applications and the equipment performance which the specific "product– release" has been designed. if envisaged by the contract. or for bug fixing purposes. On the other hand. both types of handbooks can be updated to improve contents. as described in “Handbook Updating” following part. The handbooks concerning hardware (usually the "Technical Handbook") and software (usually the "Operator's Handbook") are kept separate in that any product changes do not necessarily concern their contents. engineered and marketed for. Plant–dependent documentation.General on Customer Documentation Note: when Network Management Operator’s Handbook is made.11 14/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . as a whole. Handbook supply to Customers Handbooks are not automatically delivered together with the equipment they refer to. So. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. commissioning. A "product" is defined by the network hierarchical level where it can be inserted and by the whole of performance and services for which it is meant. no supply to the Customers of design documentation (like PCB hardware design and production documents and files.g. For example. The number of handbooks per type to be supplied must be decided at contract level. etc.) is envisaged. replacing a unit with one having different P/N but the same function). operating and maintaining the equipment according to Alcatel-Lucent Laboratory design choices. software source programs. A "product" evolves through successive "product–releases" which are the real products marketed for their delivery at a certain "product–release" availability date. composed by one or more handbooks.6. programming tools. the Operator's Handbook is updated because of a new software version but which does not concern the Technical Handbook as long as it does not imply hardware modifications. is subjected to commercial criteria as far as contents.Volume 1: HPUX Preface . only the Technical Handbook might be revised because of hardware configuration changes (e. In some cases a "product–release" has further development steps. formats and supply conditions are concerned (plant–dependent documentation is not described here). etc.. that are born to improve or add some performance (mainly software) with respect to the previous version. referred to hereafter. A "product–release" has its own standard Customer Documentation.. A new "version" of a "product–release" may or may not produce a change in the status of the Customer Documentation set. However. correct mistakes. In particular: the contents of the handbooks associated to the software applications focus on the explanation of the man–machine interface and of the operating procedures allowed by it. maintenance is described down to faulty PCB location and replacement. Standard hardware and software documentation is meant to give the Customer personnel the possibility and the information necessary for installing. must be always meant as plant–independent. named "versions". Consequently. other handbooks can refer to it. Aims of standard Customer Documentation Standard Customer Documentation. a "product-release" defines a set of hardware components and a software package which.

Version character can be used for draft or proposal editions. from Ed. is changed because modifications made concern technical contents. In this case: • • the changes with respect to the previous edition are listed in History on page 11. revision bars on the left of the page indicate modifications in text and drawings.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 15/176 . – Changes concerning the technical contents of the handbook cause the edition number increase (e. in affected chapters. but not to the previous ones). they are not replaced in the handbooks related to a subsequent version. Each handbook is identified by: – the name of the "product–release" (and "version" when the handbook is applicable to the versions starting from it. Moreover. Installation Guide .6. Supplying updated handbooks to Customers Supplying updated handbooks to Customers who have already received previous issues is submitted to commercial criteria. In this case the modified parts of the handbook are not listed.Handbook Updating The handbooks associated to the "product-release" are listed in “” on page 11. hence the date. should the screen prints included in the handbook contain the product–release's "version" marking. Changes due to new product version A new product version changes the handbook P/N and the edition starts from 01. the edition. Slight changes (e. The date on the handbook does not refer to the date of print but to the date on which the handbook source file has been completed and released for the production..g.02 to Ed. Changes introduced in the same product–release (same handbook P/N) The edition and date of issue might change on future handbook versions for the following reasons: – only the date changes (pointed out in the of Contents) when modifications are made to the editorial system not changing the technical contents of the handbook. if the screen contents are unchanged. – the handbook edition (usually first edition=01). – the handbook issue date. for corrections) maintain the same edition but with the addition of a version character (e.01 to Ed. By updated handbook delivery it is meant the supply of a complete copy of the handbook new issue (supplying errata-corrige sheets is not envisaged).02A).g. – the handbook name. NOTES FOR HANDBOOKS RELEVANT TO SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS Handbooks relevant to software applications (typically the Operator's Handbooks) are not modified unless the new software "version" distributed to Customers implies man-machine interface changes or in case of slight modifications not affecting the understanding of the explained procedures. – the handbook Part Number.02).Volume 1: HPUX Preface Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.g. from Ed.

a CD-ROM contains in read-only eletronic format the documentation of one productrelease(-version) and for a certain language. The CD-ROM doesn't contain the Adobe Acrobat Reader program. so that the documentation present in the CD-ROMs is exactly the same the Customer would receive on paper.Volume 1: HPUX Preface . from the Technical handbooks. System Installation Handbooks related to racks that Customers could not buy from Alcatel-Lucent together with the main equipment). The files processed in this way are added to files/images for managing purpose and a master CD-ROM is recorded. As a general rule: – CD-ROMs for Network Management products do not contain: • • the Installation Guides the documentation of system optional features that Customers could not buy from AlcatelLucent together with the main applicative SW. After a complete functional check.pdf handbooks Other hyperlinks permit to get.Customer documentation on CD-ROM In the following by 'CD-ROM' it is meant 'Customer Documentation on CD-ROM' Contents. No additional information is added to each handbook.6. creation and production of a CD-ROM In most cases. the CD-ROM image is electronically transferred to the archive of the Production Department.0 (minimum) must have been installed on the platform.11 16/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . In some other cases. using the navigation and zooming tools included in the tool.pdf format.pdf setting documents. and to print selected parts of the documentation through a local printer. Use of the CD-ROM The CD-ROM can be used both in PC and Unix WS environments. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. the same CD-ROM can contain the documentation of different product-release(-version)s for a certain language. – CD-ROMs for Network Elements products do not contain: • the documentation of system optional features (e. A CD-ROM is obtained collecting various handbooks and documents in . In order to open the .g. Bookmarks and hyperlinks make the navigation easier. the specific . so that the CD-ROM can be produced and delivered to Customers. The Customer is in charge of getting and installing it.pdf documents Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 4. Then the Customer is allowed to read the handbooks on the PC/WS screen. Sui checks are made in order to have a virus-free product. ReadMe info is present on the CD-ROM to this purpose. The CD-ROM starts automatically with autorun and hyperlinks from the opened “Index" document permit to visualize the .

the updating of the single handbooks composing the collection Installation Guide .Volume 1: HPUX Preface Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. 2) CD-ROM updating The list of source handbook/document P/Ns-editions indicated in previous para. with a certain delay. Updating of CD-ROMs always follows. – the CD-ROM edition (usually first edition=01) and. point 2) .CD-ROM identification Each CD-ROM is identified: 1) by external identifiers. internally.6. by the list of the source handbooks and documents (P/Ns and editions) by whose collection and processing the CD-ROM itself has been created. in association with the CD-ROM's own P/N-edition. – the CD-ROM Part Number). that are printed on the CD-ROM upper surface: – the name of the "product-release(s)" (and "version" if applicable) – a writing indicating the language(s).11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 17/176 . This causes the planning and creation of a new edition of the CD-ROM. Whenever a new edition of any of such handbooks/documents is released in the Alcatel-Lucent archive system. a check in the Alcatel-Information-System is made to identify the list of CD-ROMs that must be updated to include the new editions of these handbooks/documents. is also loaded in the Alcatel-Information-System as a structured list.

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Installation Guide .1. To completely define the HP9000 or HP Integrity configuration you have to compute the amount of disk space requested by the Alcatel-Lucent NMS you plan to install.1. it includes HP-UXTM 11iV3.1 “Check HP9000 Hardware Configuration" at page 28 and in the paragraph 2. 1. The installation can not be performed if the LAN card it is not connected to the LAN plug or a stand alone Ethernet Hub.2 “Check HP Integrity Hardware Configuration" at page 29.6.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 19/176 .1.1 Requested Hardware The supporter HP9000TM and HP IntegrityTM hardware configuration is specified respectively in the paragraph 2.1. Then add the items shown in the following paragraphs.1 Introduction This document describes how to install Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS on a HP9000 or HP Integrity system devoted to this purpose. This document doesn’t provide information to migration machine installed with previous 1350OMS. Unstable LAN connectivity can cause serious trouble.1.1 Requested Network Equipment The installation of a HP-UXTM can not be carried on without connecting the server to a Local Area Network (LAN). 1.1. 1. and the third party software requested by an NMS and NMC. The initial installation is foreseen for machine where the operating system is not installed.Volume 1: HPUX Introduction Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Two Local Area Network plug or a stand alone Ethernet Hub.1 Installation Requirements Hereafter the bill of materials requested to be able to carry on installation. because of this the minimum equipment required are: 1) 2) Two BT LAN cables.1.

for these reasons the PC must have RS232 (or equivalent USB adapter) and LAN (Local Area Network) ports.1. It has a RS232 port where a A5191-63001 cable has to be connected to. A F/F “Adapter" cable have to be used to connect the PC RSR 232 port with the A5191-63001 W-cable console.11 20/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . HP9000 rp servers are equipped with a Management Processor (MP) that allows the systems remote control. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. The A5191-63001 is call W cable.Volume 1: HPUX Introduction . and one of them is mark with “Console": Console connector.6.1.2 Requested PC To be able to perform Alcatel-Lucent TMN systems installation. you have to be able to perform some actions by using HP9000 or HP Integrity server console.1. Figure 1. The cable schema is shown in Figure 2. The RS232 port have to be connected with the server console (see the HP server specific documentation to know how to find it). MP to W-cable connection. Hereafter an example that shows how to connect HP9000 rp3440 server console to a PC. and some other have to done via Graphical User Interface (GUI). because you have just a 25 pins RS232 connector split in three 9 pins connectors.

DCD DTR RI Tx 3 Rx 2 RTS 7 CTS 8 DSR 6 S. 1. and can be summarize in the following: One 146GB disk for machine with core memory size up 36 GB N. Another specific behavior of 1350OMS-MW_OS is related to the primary SWAP/DUMP management.1.1. 1. 5 DCD 1 DTR 4 RI 9 Figure 2.G. and the size of their instances.6. F/F adaptor cable to connect PC to HP MP The GUI access to HP9000 server in provided by installing GoGlobal-UX software (see “1350OMS 9. A single 146 GB disk can contain just the operating system! Refer configuration guide for more info.1.1.3 Required Go-Global UX License Go-Global UX needs a permanent or temporary license to be able to run (see “Appendix C“ at page 143 for more information). Installation Guide .B.4 Requested Hard Disks The hard disk requirements within 1350OMS 9.3 2 7 8 6 5 1 4 9 Tx Rx RTS CTS DSR S.G.6 are strictly related to the NMS you are installing. in fact the default size of this fundamental system area is defined as the double of the core memory size.Volume 1: HPUX Introduction Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Because of this the minimum disk space requirement for HP-UXTM installation depends by the machine core memory size.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 21/176 .6 NMS Admin Guide" [2] for more information) and connecting the PC to Local Area Network where the HP9000 server is connected to.

Each step adds a something new in term of areas. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.Volume 1: HPUX Introduction .11 22/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .6.1. NMS NMS2_1_Vx_Master NMS2_2_Vx_Master NMS1_1_Vx_Master SW copy NMS2_2_Vx_Client NMS2_1_Vx_Client Integration MW_INT.2 Initial Installation The 1350OMS 9. starting from an empty system up to an operational one.6 installation process on a server. software or references. NMS Customize MW_INT. NMS HP-UX 11iV3 HP-UX 11iV3 HP-UX 11iV3 Internal data reference External data reference Integration reference Figure 3. HP-UX Predispose Instance Creation HP-UX 11iV3 HP-UX 11iV3 HP-UX 11iV3 NMS2_1_Vx_Master NMS2_2_Vx_Master NMS1_1_Vx_Master NMS2_2_Vx_Client File system NMS2_1_Vx_Client MW_INT.6 initial installation approach allow to distinguish six main activities: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) HP-UXTM Operating System Installation & Configuration Predispose Instance creation Software copy Custom Integration & federation The following picture shows the 1350OMS 9. Installation Phases on a server.

1.2 Predispose Predispose allows predisposing HP-UX for Alcatel-Lucent software installation and execution. N.1 HP-UX Operating System Installation & Configuration The HP-UX 11iV3 operating system installation is performed to set-up a new system or recycle an old one.2. Installation Guide .2. 1.B. N. 1.6. Also the data instance requirements have to defined in the Software Packages Description.2. – Compiles parameter files by setting the values relevant for instance configuration. This activity can require the system reboot and can be combined with predispose. file system (size. when the entire Alcatel-Lucent Network Management software is copied from the distribution media to the installation target. location).Volume 1: HPUX Introduction Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. These data have to be provided with a Software Packages Description (). that is not installed with the right operating system version. 1. This activity can require the system reboot. – Makes links with the installed management software. but related to the data.4 Software copy The software copy is the most important installation phase.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 23/176 . A specific set of program will prepare the system as requested. 1.B.2.2. in terms of: kernel parameter.3 Instance creation Instance creation allows to predispose HP-UX for Alcatel-Lucent data instances is a process like predispose. The previous hard disk contents will be lost. and software layer products.5 Custom The custom phase adapts the data instance to target system performing the following actions: – Creates empty data structure.

N. EML only foresees multiple client instances on the same host.B.6 Integration & Federation Integration and federation phases allow to join together feature of different NMS's when it is foreseen.B. In this case client instances have to be installed whenever the master is located in different host (distributed configuration). EML Vx Software SDH_1_Vy_M MW_INT. EML Vx Software HP-UX 11iV3 EML Master HP-UX 11iV3 EML Master Figure 4. Example of TMN configuration 1. SDH SDH Presentation Master EML_1_Vx_C EML_2_Vx_C MW_INT.11 24/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .2. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. This implies dependencies in the system installation.Volume 1: HPUX Introduction . SDH SONET EML WDM PKT eOMS MW (OS & INT) Figure 5. N.2. NMS functional dependency Some NMS foresees two configurations: master and client.7 Network Management Sub-Systems Functional Dependencies The 1350 Management Suite is a multi-layer architecture where NMS (Network Management Sub-Systems) can require functionalists provided by other NMSs. EML Vx SDH Vy Software EML_1_Vx_C EML_2_Vx_C SDH_1_Vy_C EML_1_Vx_M MW_INT.6. The following figure summarizes the dependencies among the NMSs: NMSs shown in the upper level require the installation of NMS located in the lower layers. EML Vx SDH Vy Software HP-UX 11iV3 HP-UX 11iV3 EML_2_Vx_M MW_INT.1. 1350OMS-MW-INT is required for all NMSs.

6. Optional Network Management Sub-system Applicability Optional NMS HA IOO(1) MED CPB(2) MTMNTMF (1) (2) Applicable NMS EML PKT SDH/NPR WDM EML PKT SDH/NPR WDM SY PKT SDH/NPR EML WDM SDH/NPR N. Installation Guide .Volume 1: HPUX Introduction Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. IOO needs a valid IOO license. For PA-Risc architecture.B. adding interfaces and high availability. Here after the optional NMS applicability . CPB is available only for Itanium platform. 1350OMS-HA.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 25/176 . Table 3.8 Optional Network Management Sub-Systems Alcatel-Lucent Networks Management Suite foresees optional Sub-systems such as: 1350OMS-IOO. CPB is not available. These sub-systems enhance other NMS feature. N.1.2.B.

S. Itanium is a trademarks of Intel Corporation HP OpenView® and HP OpenView Window® are trademarks of Hewlett-Packard. 1. It must be substituted with the correct data. The machine configuration not included in the “List of HP9000 supported hardware components" Table 4. OSF/Motif® is a trademark of the Open Software Foundation. Actions must be performed as root...11 26/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . and other countries. Actions must be performed as oracle user.6 has the following restrictions: – – The minimum hard disk space supported is 20 Gbyte + RAM size.. 1.. at page 28 and “List of HP Integrity supported hardware components” Table 5. Bold italic letters indicate informations that you must enter from the keyboard. Data shown between angle brackets means that these data depending by the particular instance of the system. HP® is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Corporation. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Actions must be performed as root. Actions must be performed as normal user (not as root). HP Integrity and HP-UX® are trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Corporation.5 Conventions The following conventions are used in this manual: [Enter] courier bold italic <data> # .root # .3 Restrictions The 1350OMS-MW_OSUX 9.4 Registered Trademarks – – – – – – – – UNIX® is a registered trademark of UNIX System Laboratories in the U.Volume 1: HPUX Introduction .A..1. at page 29 are not guarantee. HP9000/700®. Actions must be performed in SQL utility. MySQL®is a registered trademark of MySQL AB.oracle> SQL> A key name is shown between square brackets to indicate that you press a named key on the keyboard.sys..6.$ . ORACLE® is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. Courier type is uses to indicate the output produced by the system or data that you can find.

2 “Check HP Integrity Hardware Configuration" at page 29. Install and Customize Alcatel-Lucent Software related data Installation Guide .com/PS).Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.1. It is recommended install Alcatel-Lucent Software related data through the Automatic Installation procedure. Operating System Configuration Configure HP-UXTM 11iV3 for communication.1.web. The installation done by following the information provided by this chapter causes the complete removal of hard disks involved. upgrade or migration you have to visit the Optics Technical Excellence Center WEB site (http://tec-optics. VERY IMPORTANT!! Before proceed in the installation.1 “Check HP9000TM Hardware Configuration" at page 28 and in the paragraph 2.lucent. looking for additional installation notes.1.1.uk.com/) and Patch Centre for Navistm Optical Management System (http://tms. Software Package Predispose Operating system and third party software predisposal for Alcatel-Lucent Software installations.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 27/176 .6.2 Install and Customize 1350OMS This chapter shows how to install and customize Alcatel-Lucent Network Management Subsystems on a HP9000 or HP Integrity system included in the supported hardware configurations defined respectively in paragraph 2. The chapter contents: – – – – – Operating System InstallationHP-UXTM 11iV3 for PA-Risc or ITANIUM processors.alcatel-lucent.

NEVER EXECUTE IT ON AN IN SERVICE SYSTEM.1.B. Slimline A5230A PCI 10/100Basr-T LAN Adapter A9784A PCI-X 2Gb Fibre Channel. List of HP9000 supported hardware components The HP9000 server cable connections are shown in Appendix E at page 165. 2p U320 SCSI Adptr Server RP3440 Server RP4440 Table 4.1 Operating System Installation This chapter describes the first part of initial installation. 1000Base-T HBA HP PCI-X 2p 1000BT. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2. Before start with installation it is strong recommended to read the software release notes and check on the related TEC WEB site for any warning and known problems! 2.11 28/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . 2p U320 SCSI Adptr C5687C HP DAT 40 External Tape Drive A9919A HP server DVD-ROM drive. The correct behavior of the procedure on different hardware is not guarantee. it explains how to perform a HP-UX 11iV3 Operating System installation. 1000Base-T HBA AB290A HP PCI-X 2p 1000BT. – – – Check the system hardware configuration Check the cable connections Operating System Configuration data 2.1 Check HP9000TM Hardware Configuration This paragraph shows the HP hardware (PA-Risc processor) where the 1350OMS-MW_OS has been validated.1. Slimline A5230A PCI 10/100Basr-T LAN Adapter AB290A HP PCI-X 2p 1000BT. 2p U320 SCSI Adptr A7163A A6795A A6250AZ A5230A A9784A AB290A DVD drive (read only) for 4U chassis PCI 2GB FIber Channel Adapter Disk System 2405 Factory Rack PCI 10/100Base-T LAN Adptr PCI-X 2Gb Fibre Channel. HP9000 Model Server RP3410 Optional Cards C5687C HP DAT 40 External Tape Drive A9919A HP server DVD-ROM drive. N.6. The activity deletes the entire contents of the hard disk involved.1 Preparatory activities Before proceeding in the HP-UX 11iV3 installation it is advisable to prepare all the hardware and software components for the installation.1.

List of HP Integrity supported hardware components Installation Guide .Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. 2p U320 SCSI Adptr AB036B HP Core IO Smart Array Control (P400) RAID1 rx7640 AB545A HP PCI-X 4-port 1000Base-T Gigabit Adapter A7173A HP Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI Adapter C5687D HP StorageWorks DAT 40 Ext Tape Drive A7012A PCI-X 2 port 1000Base-T Gigabit Adptr Q1522B HP StorageWorks DAT 72 Internal Drive C5687D HP StorageWorks DAT 40 Ext Tape Drive AB290A HP PCI-X 2p 1000BT.6.1.1. HP Integrity Model Server rx2660 Optional Cards AB545A HP PCI-X 4-port 1000Base-T Gigabit Adapter A7173A HP Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI Adapter Q1522B HP StorageWorks DAT 72 Internal Drive C5687D HP StorageWorks DAT 40 Ext Tape Drive AB290A HP PCI-X 2p 1000BT.2. 2p U320 SCSI Adptr rx2800 AD377A HP PCIe 2-port 1000BT Card Table 5.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 29/176 . 2p U320 SCSI Adptr AD248A HP rx2660 Internal RAID1 Controller rx6600 AB545A HP PCI-X 4-port 1000Base-T Gigabit Adapter A7173A HP Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI Adapter C5687D HP StorageWorks DAT 40 Ext Tape Drive Q1522B HP StorageWorks DAT 72 Internal Drive A7012A PCI-X 2 port 1000Base-T Gigabit Adptr AB290A HP PCI-X 2p 1000BT. The correct behavior of the procedure on different hardware is not guarantee.2 Check HP IntegrityTM Hardware Configuration This paragraph shows the HP hardware (Itanium Processor) where the 1350OMS-MW_OS has been validated.

1. except if the system is really located in Greenwich time zone area. the operating system can be stored in two four Gbyte disks.Yes .Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS ._____. Both of them are available only for 64bit processor and can be installed only if the Customer had bought the license. Upper case and special characters are FORBIDDEN! OPERATING SYSTEM BASIC DATA IP Address:_____. Be careful with IP Address and Hostname. Do not define the local time with GMT0 time zone. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9._____. it is automatically detected by the procedure and shown as default choice. HP-UXTM 11iV3 required at least eight Gbyte with a machine with up to one Gbyte of RAM._____. Timezone is usually the time zone where the system is located and the definition is simplified by the menu that shows you the possible areas._____Hostname:____________________________ Time Zone:_______________________ Gateway Address:_____. the procedure will issue also the request for the alternate boot disk.2. The System Boot disk is the hard disk on which HPUXTM will be installed on. The following form can be helpful to prepare these data in advance: The Hostname must contain only numbers and alphabetic characters in lower case._____Subnet Mask:_____. because it can be some times impossible to change them later. IP Address. For Core Memory Size it is intended the amount of RAM equipped on the system._____. starting with an alphabetic character.No (Choose no when on HP Integrity equipped with P400 Smart Array) System Boot disk: /dev/dsk/___________Alternate Boot Disk: /dev/dsk/___________ N.B. Gateway Address. The items shown in bold are required.3 Operating System Configuration Data To be able to carry out the operation system installation you have to know some information.1._____. Source Device means the DVD-ROM device will be used to retrieve the software. If the Mirror Disk/UXTM as been requested._____. The last information requested is related to the disks. Mirror Disk/UXTM is HP software that can be installed on demand. The installation of these software is forbidden on system where there is no evidence of the related license royalties to HPTM. Subnetmask and Hostname must be defined in agreement with the Customer TCP/IP addressing plan. It is automatically detected by the procedure.______ Core Memory Size:________________Source Device:/dev/dsk/________________ Mirror Disk Option: .6.11 30/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . you have just to confirm if the shown value is correct.

otherwise the paragraph is valid for both.2 Installing HP-UX 11iV3 The HP-UX operating system is the first software installed on a new system. The following list summarizes the actions performed during the operating system installation: 1) 2) 3) Boot from bootable disk (different approach). The Mirror Disk/UXTM will be configured. The optional software will be automatically installed. The GoGlobal-UXTM and 1350OMS-MW_OS software will be installed. 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) (2)The Alternate Boot disk is asked only when the Mirror/Disk UXTM has been selected. In the following will be always specify the difference between HP 9000 and HP Integrity. if any. – Hostname – IP address – Subnetmask & Gateway – DNS Server IP address installation option (only with HP Integrity machine) – Core memory size – Hardware scanning – Mirror/Disk UXTM Software installation option – Virtual Array Command installation option (only with HP 9000 machine) – System Boot disk selection. Installation Guide . The operations of installation of the two systems are practically identical. – Alternate Boot disk selection (2) – Keyboard selection (only with HP Integrity) The Boot disk(s) will be initialized. if selected.6.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 31/176 .1.2. Smart Array P400 or P410i configuration (only with HP Integrity machine) HP-UXTM Basic configuration information data entry in the order: – Time zone of the system via selection menu. are only different for few details. All the file systems and swap areas will be created The Operating System will be installed on the selected boot disk. this task is performed by using the appropriate 1350OMS-MW_OS bootable DVD for HP 9000 or HP Integrity processor.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.

.11 32/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .6.0 Random access 0/1/1/0.1 Random access 0/1/1/0.0 intscsia.1 intscsia. or Cancel)?> n [Enter] Booting.6. issuing some different messages in case HP 9000 and HP Integrity server. press any key within 10 seconds and press any key to interrupt the boot sequence. simply power off and power on it again. The machine automatically starts up. entering the “search" command: Main Menu: Enter command or menu > search [Enter] You have to identify the medium driver that you want to use in the provided device list. 2. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.3 Boot the machine Power on the HP system.1-UX_PA” 1/1 into the driver.1. Boot IO Dependent Code (IODC) revision 1 HARD Booted. boot by entering the “boot" command: Main Menu: Enter command or menu > boot P<n> [Enter] where “P<n>“ is the path number corresponding at the driver..B.-----------------. The "Main Menu" menu will be shown on the display. When the LED of the DVD-ROM device stops blinking. If your system is active. Find the id of the driver.2 intscsib.1 Boot with HP 9000 PA-Risc processor Wait until the following message appears on the screen: To discontinue. N. The system shows you the start of boot with the Time zone selection menu..0.This is an example: Path# ----P0 P1 P2 P3 Device Path (dec) Device Path (mnem) Device Type ----------------.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . reply as shown below: Interact with IPL (Y. 2003 ISL booting hpux (.3. For HP Integrity servers equipped with P400 or P410i Smart Array it is MANDATORY execute the “P400 and P410i Smart Arrays Configuration” A.44 Mar 12.0.00..0 Random access 0/1/1/1.0 ide.1.----------0/0/2/0.2.0): INSTALL Boot .3 page 131. ISL Revision A. N. The system asks you if you want to perform an interactive boot.2 Random access media media media media IODC Rev ---1 1 1 1 Insert the bootable DVD: “1350OMS-MW_OS-Boot-V9.

..2.02. Montvale and Montecito are provided in rx2660.0x0.66 GHz Active | | | | | | | | | | | \----------------------------------/ Use ^ and v to change option(s).01 [4739] | | BMC Version: 5.2.6.3.1. | | HP-UX HA Alternate Boot: 0/3.6.00 [14...Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9..2 Boot HP Integrity processor HP Integrity sever boot have a differenr behavior depeding by processor. | | Core LAN B | | EFI Shell [Built-in] | | Internal Bootable DVD | | Core LAN A | | iLO Virtual Media | | Tape drive | | -------------------------------. insert the bootable DVD: “1350OMS-MW_OS-BootV9. or Tukvila on rx2800.0.21 | | MP Version: F.17 | | Installed Memory: 8192 MB | | | | CPU Logical | | Module CPUs Speed Status | | 0 4 1.62] OS might use only the primary console set via boot manager or concongif command /----------------------------------\ | Boot Menu | | HP-UX Primary Boot: 0/3/0/0. Wait until the following message appears on the screen: _______________________________________________________________________________ EFI Boot Manager ver 2.1 Installing HP Integrity with Montecito and Montvale HP Integrity servers rx2660 and rx6600 can be equipped with a P400 Smart Array disk controller. 2. | | HP-UX Alternate Boot: 0/3/0/.1.0. This controllers MUST BE PROPERLY CONFIGURED for 1350OMS through ORCA (Option ROM Configuration for Array) utility during boot sequence.3.| | Boot Configuration | | System Configuration | | Security Configuration | | | \----------------------------------/ /----------------------------------\ | System Overview | | hp server rx2660 | | Serial #: DEH473324X | | | | System Firmware: 3..20) 7 Logical Drives Press <F8> to run the Option ROM Configuration for Arrays Utility Press <ESC> to skip configuration and continue Installation Guide .1-UX_IA” 1/1 into the driver.. Use Enter to select an option HP-UX HA Alternate Boot: 0/3/0/0/0/0.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 33/176 . rx6600.0x4000000000000003 Select the “Internal Bootable DVD” option.: Internal Bootable DVD Searching for devices Broadcom NetXtrem Gigabi Ethernet (BCM5704) is detected (PCI-X) Broadcom NetXtrem Gigabi Ethernet (BCM5704) is detected (PCI-X) HP Smart Array P400 Controller (version 5. and press [Enter] If a P400 Smart Array is present the following message will show: Loading.

0x HP-UX Alternate Boot: 0) 0/0/0/1/0/0/0.11 34/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .0x5) The primary console can be changed via the ‘conconfig’UEFI shell command.0x4000000000000001 Device Path: HP-UX HA Alternate Boot: PcieRoot(0x30304352/Pci( 0/0/0/1/0/0/0. The current primary console device is: Seria.0x0) Core LAN Port 1 Core LAN Port 2 Core LAN Port 3 Core LAN Port 4 Internal Bootable DVD iLO Virtual Flash iLO Virtual DVD /------------------------------------------------------------------------\ | | | ^v=Move Highlight <Enter>=Select Entry X/x=Exit this Menu | \------------------------------------------------------------------------/ Move highlighted line on “Internal Bootable DVD” and press [Enter] Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.0x0.P.0x2)/Sata(0x0.6.0x0. Note. menu interface might only display on the primary console device.0x0.2.2 Installing HP Integrity with Tukwila HP Integrity servers rx2800 are equipped with a P410i Smart Array disk controller.0x4000000000000000 0x1F. 2. L.3.0x0. Wait until the following message appears on the screen: (C) Copyright 1996-2010 Hewlett-Packard Develoment Company.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .1.It is very important to be ready to press <ESC>+8 (or <F8>) to be able to configure the Smart Array.0x7)/USB(0x0. Press: ENTER B / b D / d M / m S / s I / i Start boot entry execution Launch Boot Manager (menu interface) Launch Device Manager (menu interface) Launch Boot Maintenance Manager (menu interface) Launch UEFI Shell (command line interface) Launch iLO Setup Tool (command line interface) *** User input can now be provied *** Waiting for user input.3. you have just 10 seconds before the message disappears.0x4000000000000000 USB Device [PcieRoot(0x30304352)/Pci(0x1A. PcieRoot(0x30304352)/Pci(0x1C. Enter “B” for lauching “Boot Manager” before count down end. and a menu like next will be shown: /------------------------------------------------------------------------\ | Boot Manager | \------------------------------------------------------------------------/ 0/0/0/1/0/0/0. This controllers MUST BE PROPERLY CONFIGURED for 1350OMS through ORCA (Option ROM Configuration for Array) utility during boot sequence. Execute the actions describe in the paragraph A.

.............. The system shows you the start of boot with the following message: Starting: Internal Bootable DVD (C) Copyright 1999-2009 Hewlett-Packard Development Company.......11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 35/176 .........(complete) loading section 1 ....039 Press Any Key to interrupt Autoboot \EFI\BOOT\AUTO ==> boot :IINSTALL Seconds left till autoboot 0 AUTOBOOTING...2.(complete) loading symbol table .......Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9......... L. ALCATEL BOOTMEDIUM (17-Jan-11) for HP-UX B.......1......11......... All rights reserved HP-UX Boot Loader for IPF -Revision 2...........3.31 ia64 (c) Copyright 2010 Alcatel-Lucent Alcatel-Lucent INSTALLATION PROCEDURE MW_OS Technology ___________________________________________________________________________ Installation Guide ....P...3 After DVD boot...................2......6........................... ....> System Memory = 8168 MB loading section 0 .....

Cannot determine what the boot device was.. * Boot device is: 0/0/2/2.6.7. You must select from the list of devices below to use for the source device: index HW-path Class description 0) 120 processor Processor 1) 0/0/2/0 OO USB_OHCI_Interface 2) 0/0/2/0. * Scanning system for IO devices..0x0.11 36/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . 06 Feb 2008) * Configuring RAM filesystems.0x4000000000000000 disk HP_LOGICAL_VOLUME 11) 0/3/0/0/0/0..0x0. WARNING: Could not find source device in ioscan output. the system may show the following message: * Preparing to execute init. 'r' to rescan.0x4000000000000003 disk HP_LOGICAL_VOLUME 14) 0/3/0/0/0/0.0x0.142 @(#)ignite/launch (opt) Revision: /branches/IUX_RA0803/ignite/src@72866 Last Modified: 2008-02-06 15:49:50 -0700 (Wed.0x0.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .0x0.0x0 OO USB_Composite_Device 3) 0/0/2/0.0x4000000000000004 disk HP_LOGICAL_VOLUME 15) 0/5/1/0/4/0 ext_bus HP_AB290-60001_PCI/PCI-X_U320_SCSI_2port_U320_SCSI/2-port_1000B-T_Combo_Adapter 16) 0/5/1/0/4/1 ext_bus HP_AB290-60001_PCI/PCI-X_U320_SCSI_2port_U320_SCSI/2-port_1000B-T_Combo_Adapter 17) 0/1/2/0 lan HP_PCI-X_1000Base-T_Dual-port_Built-in 18) 0/1/2/1 lan HP_PCI-X_1000Base-T_Dual-port_Built-in 19) 0/5/1/0/6/0 lan HP_AB290-60001_PCI/PCI-X_1000Base-T_2port_U320_SCSI/2-port_1000B-T_Combo_Adapter 20) 0/5/1/0/6/1 lan HP_AB290-60001_PCI/PCI-X_1000Base-T_2port_U320_SCSI/2-port_1000B-T_Combo_Adapter 21) 0/0/3/0 graphics PCI_Display_(1002515e) Enter the index corresponding to the device to use as the installation source. or 'q' to reboot: Don’t worry about it.0x0 OO Virtual_Keyboard 4) 0/0/2/1 OO USB_OHCI_Interface 5) 0/0/2/2 OO USB_EHCI_Interface 6) 0/0/2/2..4 Know boot issue Before ask for Time Zone selection.0x4000000000000001 disk HP_LOGICAL_VOLUME 12) 0/3/0/0/0/0.0x1.0x0.0x1 OO USB_Composite_Device 7) 0/0/2/2.1.. (Thu Nov 27 09:42:05 EST 2008) @(#)Ignite-UX Revision C.2.0x10 WARNING: Could not find Q_BOOT device.0x4000000000000002 disk HP_LOGICAL_VOLUME 13) 0/3/0/0/0/0.3.0x1. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2. ======= 11/27/08 09:42:05 EST HP-UX Installation Initialization.5.. wait for 10 second then enter “r” to continue.0x0 OO USB_Bulk_Only 8) 0/1/1/0 escsi_ctlr HP_PCI/PCI-X_SAS_MPT_Adapter 9) 0/3/0/0/0/0 ext_bus PCIe_SAS_SmartArray_P400_RAID_Controller 10) 0/3/0/0/0/0.

Western Russia Summer Time 8) Unlisted time zone 9) Previous menu ___________________________________________________________________________ Enter the number for your time zone (1 . if you are not in the middle European area you have to choose your timezone: At the first question you have to enter the number of the seven areas of the world: Alcatel-Lucent INSTALLATION PROCEDURE MW_OS Technology __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ The following procedure enables you to set the time zone. choose the time zone appropriate for the country where the machine will be operative. Greece. Finland. New Zealand ___________________________________________________________________________ Enter the number for your location (1-7) then press [Enter] 4 [Enter] The items of the next question depends by the area chosen in the previous one.6.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Romania. Bulgaria / Summer Time 7) Western Russia (Moscow) .2. Installation Guide . Select your location from the following list: 1) North America or Hawaii 2) Central America 3) South America 4) Europe 5) Africa 6) Asia 7) Australia.Daylight Saving Time (METDST). for Europe these will be the following: ___________________________________________________________________________ Select your time zone from the following list: 1) Greenwich Mean Time British Summer Time 2) Portuguese Winter Time Portuguese Summer Time 3) Western European Time Western European Summer Time 4) Middle European Time Middle European Summer Time 5) Iceland time 6) Turkey. In the following an example shows how to set the Middle European Time .4 Time Zone Selection To allow the set up of time zone and time of the system related to the geographical location of the machine the program issues a sequence of menu. to confirm your selection an go on with the next section. then press [Enter] 4 [Enter] The last time zone selection question is the final confirmation: ___________________________________________________________________________ You have selected: Middle European Time/Summer Time (MET-1METDST).1.9). [n] for no or [q] to quit then press [Enter] It the choice is correct enter y [Enter].11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 37/176 . ___________________________________________________________________________ Is this correct? Press [y] for yes.

Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . otherwise it will go back asking again for the date and time. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. ___________________________________________________________________________ The current system time is Tue Jan 20 10:55:34 MET 2004 Is this correct? Press [y] for yes. then press [Enter] Then the new date and time will be shown for another confirmation: You have entered: Apr 8 10:30:00 MET-1METDST 2003. the procedure will proceed with the “Hostname Definition" paragraph 2. [n] for no or [q] to quit then press [Enter] If you confirm the procedure will go on. then press [Enter] Please enter the date of the month (1-31). Otherwise it will ask you to enter the new date and time issuing the following questions: ___________________________________________________________________________ You will be prompted for the date and time.5 Time Adjusting After the time zone definition. This time will be used to reset the system clock. __________________________________________________________________________ Please enter the year (1970-2037) or last two digit. for example January is 1 or 01.6 at page 39.2. The values in the parentheses give the acceptable range of responses.1.1. it is opportune to review also the machine time and date. Is this value correct? Press [y] for yes.11 38/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . Please enter numerically values of month. then press [Enter] Please enter the hour (using 24 hour time) (0-23). then press [Enter] If you confirm the time and date. [n] for no or [q] to quit.6. for this reason the program foreseen to issue the following confirmation question: ___________________________________________________________________________ This section enables you to set the system clock. then press [Enter] Please enter the month (1-12). then press [Enter] Please enter the minute (0-59).

6 Hostname Definition This section of the program ask you to enter the mnemonic name of the machine also known as hostname. ___________________________________________________________________________ Just pressing [Enter] will keep the (not recommended) name "unknown" Enter the system name [unknown]: Enter the hostname and press [Enter] key. ___________________________________________________________________________ For the system to operate correctly. Enter the hostname foreseen for machine following the guide line shown in the instruction: The Hostname must contain only numbers and alphabetic characters in lower case. starting with an alphabetic character. NOTE: The hostname should contain 20 characters or less for compatibility with HP-UX `uname'. You cannot configure networking or tun HP-CDEif the hostname is unknown. The hostname can be a simple name (example: widget) A simple name must: * Start with a letter and end with a letter or number. The current hostname is unknow.2.6. Please choose another name.1.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 39/176 . [n] for no or [q] to quit then press [Enter] Installation Guide . if you enter the right name confirm it by entering y [Enter]. Is this correct? Press [y] for yes. * Contain no more than 20 characters. You have chosen "hosta" as the name for this system. Upper case and special characters are FORBIDDEN! This section enables you to enter Hostname. you must assign it a unique system name or "hostname".Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. then procedure will ask you to confirm your choice.

10 Warning: Leading zeros within a component signify an octal number! If you have not yet obtained an IP address from your local system administrator. ___________________________________________________________________________ Enter your IP address. you must assign the system a unique Internet Protocol (IP) address.3. double check it before confirming it! You have chosen 134.11 40/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . you may use the default address of 127.7 IP Address Set-up The most important information to be able to connect your system to the Local Area Network (LAN) is the Internet Protocol (IP) address. * Contain numbers between 0 and 255.0.1]: The installation procedure will show you the entered IP address. The IP address must: * Contain 4 numeric components. * Have a period (. [n] for no or [q] to quit then press [Enter] Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.0. ___________________________________________________________________________ If you wish networking to operate correctly.3. For example: 134.0.6.0.10 as the IP address for this system.1.2. The IP address have to be in agreement with the LAN administration rules.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . This section enables you to enter ip_address. Is this correct? Press [y] for yes.1 by pressing [Enter].32. [127.) separating each numeric component.32. you must take care of this information because it is not allowed to have two nodes on the network with the same IP address.

Even in case your machine is stand alone.98. press [Enter] if it is the right one.41.0 Gateway IP address: 151.0.0.255. This information is necessary if your network has gateways and you wish to communicate beyond your local subnetwork. it is mandatory to connect the primary lan card to a network hub or switch.8 SubNetwork Mask and GateWay set-up This section allows to define the subnetwork mask and the gateway.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 41/176 .10 (default) ___________________________________________________________________________ Enter the new subnetwork mask.255. It's also suggested to skip this section if you do not have the subnetwork mask and gateway information or simply your machine is stand alone.10 at page 44. [255. ___________________________________________________________________________ Additional Network Parameters: Subnetwork Mask and Default Gateway This section enables you to specify the subnetwork mask and default network gateway. or enter a new one followed by [Enter] Installation Guide .0 (default) Gateway IP address: 134. Example: Subnetwork mask: 255. these two information are fundamental to allow your system to access machines place by outside of your LAN.255.0]: The default netmask foreseen for the IP address previously assigned to the system.6.32.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.1. You will need to know the following information: * Subnetwork mask * Default gateway IP address ___________________________________________________________________________ Do you wish to specify this information? Press [y] for yes or [n] for no.1.2. If your system does not need to communicate with machines outside your LAN you can skip this section by answering “n" to the next question. then press [Enter] In case you do not have the subnet mask and default gateway information available skip this section by entering n [Enter] and go to paragraph “Swap/Dump Sizing" 2. otherwise enter y[Enter] and proceed with the following: ___________________________________________________________________________ Additional Network Parameters: Subnetwork Mask and Default Gateway Enter the subnetwork mask and default gateway information.1 Current Settings: -> Subnetwork mask: 255.3.0.

the procedure goes back to subnetmask data entry.0 -> Gateway IP address: 134.32. Waiting.3. [n] for no or [q] to quit then press [Enter] Before proceeding with the next step the program shows the entered data asking to confirm them.10]: The procedure shows you a default IP address for the gateway. ping system 134.255.98.0.255.3. if it corresponds to the right one.98.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS ... Example: Subnetwork mask: 255.0 Gateway IP address: 151.32.10 ___________________________________________________________________________ Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.The procedure will update the window contents (Current Setting) with new value and it will prompt you for the gateway address: ___________________________________________________________________________ Additional Network Parameters: Subnetwork Mask and Default Gateway Enter the subnetwork mask and default gateway information. and in the mean time the correct subnet mask.10 ___________________________________________________________________________ Are the parameters above correct? Press [y] for yes. otherwise enter the correct one and [Enter] ___________________________________________________________________________ Additional Network Parameters: Subnetwork Mask and Default Gateway Enter the subnetwork mask and default gateway information. If the ping fails the operator will be required to confirm his/her data entry .0.255.255.0 Gateway IP address: 151.3.32.41.255.1 Current Settings: Subnetwork mask: 255. Example: Subnetwork mask: 255.41.6. just confirm it by pressing [Enter].10 (default) ___________________________________________________________________________ Enter the gateway address [134.. A ping to the provided gateway is also attempted to verify the correct configuration of both local and gateway IP address.3.1 Current Settings: Subnetwork mask: 255. If you do not confirm.0 Gateway IP address: 134.32.11 42/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .255.

do not configure it.6.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2. To configure DNS you will need to know the: * Local domain name * DNS server IP address ___________________________________________________________________________ Do you wish to specify this information? Press [y] for yes or [n] for no. which enables this system to query a DNS server for names and/or addresses of other network systems. then press [Enter] You have to enter “n” [Enter]. But the DNS configuration it is not validated.9 DNS Configuration DNS is not supported. so it is recommended to reply no to the following request: Additional Network Parameters: Domain Name System (DNS) This section enables you to configure the Domain Name System or DNS (also known as BIND). Installation Guide . This section allows to configure the Domain Name System for HP–UX_.1.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 43/176 .

The shown value is the primary SWAP/DUMP disk area size. N. This step in the procedure shows you the amount of core memory detected and ask you to confirm. The total amount of swap space requested will be adjusted if needed. ___________________________________________________________________________ Enter primary "SWAP/DUMP" size in MByte [8168]: Press [Enter] to confirm the default value. Do not enter a value less then 50% of RAM size. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . but to allow different approaches the capability to define different size of the core memory is provided. this rule is also followed by the 1350OMS-MW_OS installation script. it corresponds to the current amount of RAM Core memory. enter new value if you wish to change size. ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ The primary "SWAP/DUMP" area is: 8168 Mbyte Just pressing [Enter] will keep this primary "SWAP/DUMP" size.10 Core Memory and Swap/Dump Sizing The HP-UX swap dimensioning rule foresees to create a swap area large as the double of the core memory.B.1.6.2. enter a different value in order to increase on reduce the disk space used for primary SWAP/DUMP.To change it. it can prevent the DUMP creation.11 44/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . This section enables you to enter size of primary "SWAP/DUMP" area.

6.. Hardware detection in progress.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.0.0 ___________________________________________________________________________ Please enter the Device Name of source media [c0t0d0]: Installation Guide ..0.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 45/176 .11 Hardware Scanning Now the program is scanning the hardware looking for the present hard disks. This section enables you to enter default Source media (CD/DVD).. please wait . ___________________________________________________________________________ Source media (CD-ROM/DVD-ROM) Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Hardware Path _______________ ____________________________________________________________ disk17 3503 255/1/0.1. Total disk(s) found = Total CDRoms found = 8 1 Press [Enter] to continue. Then the procedure will ask you to confirm the source media as the DVD drive.2. it will take a few seconds.0 ___________________________________________________________________________ Please enter the Device Name of source media [disk17]: or: ___________________________________________________________________________ Source media (CD-ROM/DVD-ROM) Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Hardware Path ___________________________________________________________________________ c0t0d0 3546 0/0/2/0.0..

11 46/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . if the disk mirroring has to be implemented by procedure you have to reply y to the next question: This section enables you to choose for Mirror Software option. To perform this activity the installation will take 30 minutes more and the machine will be rebooted twice.You MUST have evidence of HP Disk Mirror/UX software license customer ownership . Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2. for these reasons the procedure issues the following confirmation question: N.6. but requires the license of use and the double of the disk space requested without the mirror option. [n] for no or [q] to quit then press [Enter] If you have the required items just replay with y[Enter].12 Mirror/Disk UX Selection Before proceeding in the hard disk assignment rules it is mandatory to define if there is any high availability feature or device in the system. Have you to install a machine with Mirror Disk capability ? Press [y] for yes or [n] for no. First of all. The installation of the HP Disk Mirror/UXTM software without license is not allowed WARNING To be able to install and configure mirror software the following requirements must be matched: . Do not configure the mirror disk on HP Integrity servers equipped with P400 Smart Array controller.1. ___________________________________________________________________________ The Mirror/Disk UX software allow to create a copy of the data stored on the disks.The hardware configuration MUST have a spare hard disk for each one in use Are both requirements satisfied ? Press [y] for yes.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . then press [Enter] To implement the disk mirroring you need to have the HP Disk Mirror/UX licence and double of the disk space requested without the feature. to prevent system down time due to disk failure.B. Choosing the Disk Mirror/UX installation the procedure automatically configures the mirror feature on any Volume Group you'll create in the system by using the feature of 1350OMS-MW_OS.

0 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk1 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.1. "D" character shown before the device name in the “Device" column advice the disk is accessible via two different disk controllers. N.6. 2. For a correct disk management it is advisable to define the disk usage policy in advance.1. in case of Itanium system: This section enables you to select the boot disk device.1. The request issued by this activity depends by the previous answer.0 _(free)_ ______ ______________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Select Primary BOOT dev name or [q] to quit: Using Agile Format.2 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk10 69952 0/3/0/0/0/0.B.1 Main Boot Disk Selection The first disk you have to select is the main boot disk for the system. To obtain the higher availability level is suggested to choose disk connected to different controllers. the list of the available disk will be shown in the window using Legacy format. N. in case of PA-Risc system: This section enables you to select the boot disk device.0 _(free)_ ______ ______________ c2t0d0 34688 0/1/1/0. ___________________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Legacy Harware Path Usage Type VolGroup ___________________________________________________________________________ c2t1d0 139968 0/1/1/0.0.13 Disk Selection The next phase in the procedure bring you to define the disk configuration.0.0.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 47/176 . ___________________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Legacy Harware Path Usage Type VolGroup ___________________________________________________________________________ disk0 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0. This configuration is typically used with Fiber Channel device.2.0.1 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk9 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.3 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk11 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.4 _(free)_ ______ ______________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Select Primary BOOT dev name or [q] to quit: Enter the disk device that will be used as boot device then press [Enter]. Installation Guide .0 _(free)_ ______ ______________ c3t2d0 34688 0/1/1/1.B.13.2. That means if you had chosen to have the disk mirror capability the procedure will ask you disk drive to be able to make a copy of all the data.0.0.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. “S” character shown before the device name in the “Device” column advise the disk is a Logical Unit provided by a Storage Area Network.

3 Disk Mirror Configuration Policy The disk mirror capability is used for two main purposes: 1) 2) 3) Allow system to survive in case of a single disk failure.controller relationship.4 _(free)_ ______ ______________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Select Alternate BOOT Disk device Name : If the size difference between the main and alternate boot disk is bigger then one Gbyte the procedure will issue a warning message.0. it is advisable to choose a disk not connected to the same SCSI bus of the Main Boot Disk. this choice allows the system to survive also to a SCSI bus failure.1.2 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk10 69952 0/3/0/0/0/0.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . The hardware suggested by Alcatel-Lucent are design to allow mirror configuration that allow system to survive to disk controller failure. This section enables you to select the alternate boot disk device. In particular the file name can be very helpful to identify the disk .0. First of all you have to be able to identify the hard disk present in the configuration.2.3 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk11 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.13. t[0-15]SCSI of Fiber channel address of the device on the interface. them are usually identified by their file name.11 48/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . The system is not equipped with Smart Array controller that provide this feature.1 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk9 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.2 Alternate Boot Disk Selection This question will be issued only if you had selected the mirror disk option. Any disk in the configuration is identified by the following name: disk# c[0-15]SCSI of Fiber Channel card instance of disk controller to which the disk is attached to.1. It is possible to obtain the better high availability goal only with a correct configuration of the disk resources available on the system.0 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk1 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0. ___________________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Legacy Harware Path Usage Type VolGroup ___________________________________________________________________________ disk0 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0. HP-UXTM Mirror Disk/UXTM allows to reach the first target without specific configuration. enter the device that will be used as alternate boot disk. 2. and it will ask you to confirm your choice.0.0. Allow system to survive in case of a single disk controller failure. It is also advisable to choose a disk with the same size.6. or n[Enter] to change your choice. but to be able to reach the second one you must have an appropriate system configuration in terms of hardware and software.13.0. To reach the highest availability level. but the software configuration has to be done as shown in this paragraph to do not loose this capability. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. WARNING: Difference between Primary & Alternate Boot disk size is too big difference is:"1024 MegaByte". please check your selection Is this correct? Replay y[Enter] to confirm.

c1t2d0 c2t2d0 c4t8d0 c4t9d0 c6t12d0 c6t13d0 Figure 6. c4t8d0 and c4t9d0. HP-UXTM allows to connect a single disk to two different controller (Dual-Access). group 2 with c1t2d0.4 _(free)_ ______ ______________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Select Primary BOOT dev name or [q] to quit: Now you have to define two disk group (physical volume group) with the following characteristics: 1) 2) 3) N.Using the c# of disk file name is possible to identify the relationship between disks and controllers. c6t12d0 and c6t13d0.1 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk9 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0. group 2 with c2t2d0. c4t8d0 and c4t9d0. The following picture is a schematic example of disk configuration (in case of PA-Risc system) that can produce the output shown before.1. c1t2d0. Wrong configuration: Installation Guide .0. but provided all the case that can occur in field.0. The Dual-Access disks can be assigned to any group. The sum of disk space amount of the two group have to be the same. The non Dual-Access disks connected to the same controller MUST belong to the same group.B. group 1 with c2t2d0.0.0 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk1 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.13.1 at page 47. It is important to follow this rules starting from boot disk definition 2. c6t12d0 and c6t13d0. Example of disk configuration With this configuration the best one are: group 1 with c1t2d0. and c2t2d0. but the installation script manage this configuration by showing just one device with a “D" on the first column of the related line. in this case the system command can show two device file for the same disk units.3 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk11 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.6. This is not a typical system. group c4t9d0.0.2 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk10 69952 0/3/0/0/0/0.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 49/176 . Because the I/O channel are balanced. c6t12d0 and c6t13d0. ___________________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Legacy Harware Path Usage Type VolGroup ___________________________________________________________________________ disk0 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.0.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Allowed configuration can be: group 1 with c4t8d0. hereafter an example of the selection menu shown by installation scripts: This section enables you to select the boot disk device.

This section enables you to select the boot disk device.1. then the procedure will start the execution phase.0 Pri_Boot _Main_ vg00 disk1 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.0 _(free)_ ______ ____________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Select Primary BOOT dev name or [q] to quit: or: ___________________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Legacy Harware Path Usage Type VolGroup ___________________________________________________________________________ disk0 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.4 _(free)_ ______ ______________ ___________________________________________________________________________ These are your Disks Selection to install HPUX on this system. The procedure executed by a Itanium ia64 hp server rx2660 will take: 25 minutes for operating system +35 minutes to install and configure mirror Don't worry if the machine reboots automatically.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . group 2 with c2t2d0.0. ATTENTION: The contents of selected disks will be permanent lost Do you want CONTINUE? Press [y] for yes.0.0 Pri_Boot _Main_ vg00 c2t0d0 34688 0/1/1/0. c4t8d0 and c6t12d0.1 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk9 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0.1. c4t9d0 and c6t13d0.13.0. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.5 Disk Selection Confirmation When all the disk selection will be completed. [n] for no or [q] to quit then press [Enter] If you are sure of your choice enter y[Enter]. the procedure will prompt you again until the requested amount of disk space will be reached.1.2 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk10 69952 0/3/0/0/0/0.0.0. ___________________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Legacy Harware Path Usage Type VolGroup ___________________________________________________________________________ c2t1d0 139968 0/1/1/0. and the controller failure gets the system in failure too.3 _(free)_ ______ ______________ disk11 139968 0/3/0/0/0/0. 2. Because the two non dual-access disks have been assigned to the two groups. After this confirm question the contents of the selected disk will be lost.6. 2.4 Multiple Disk Request To install minimum HP-UX configuration on a machine with small hard disk are required.group 1 with c1t2d0. the program will ask you to confirm your choice.13.2.0 _(free)_ ______ ____________ c3t2d0 34688 0/1/1/1.0. The procedure will operate unattended.11 50/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .

The procedure executed by a PA-Risc RP3410 will take: 30 minutes for operating system +40 minutes to install and configure mirror Don't worry if the machine reboots automatically.6.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.or: The procedure will operate unattended.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 51/176 . Installation Guide .

1.2. If required.1. 2.14.1 Keyboard selection Meaningful only for HP Integrity machine. – To create a new file system into the Logical Volume – To restore the HP-UX dumps. – To configure the mirror for all the Logical Volumes (only for mirror disk configuration).6. – To create the Logical Volumes. This question is issued before MirrorDisk/UX installation! When MirrorDisk/UX is foreseen. it is requested by some software. – To set the alternate boot path (only for mirror disk configuration). because the MirrorDisk/UX installation causes two reboots. do not connect the system via network during the installation. replace the first installation medium. – To set the primary boot path. In the following the activities performed: – To create the physical volume on the main boot disk. This phase takes 15 minutes on a HP9000 or 70 minutes on HP Integrity. This question is related to the keyboard selection. to be able to configure HP-UX kernel and configure driver. it will be performed unattended.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . when it will be required with a specific message on the console. Don't worry if the system reboots.11 52/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . If you had chosen the disk mirroring option the procedure will reboot two times and will take 35 minutes more. – To create the physical volume on the alternate boot disk (only for mirror disk configuration). Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. – To install the Mirror/Disk UX and related patches (only for mirror disk configuration). – To update the configuration files – To reboot the system to activate the HP-UX installed on the hard disks.14 Execution Phase The procedure is now entering the execution phase.

In order to use a keyboard on this interface. you must specify a language mapping which will be used by X windows and the Internal Terminal Emulator (ITE).The script explains how to declare the type of keyboard. Your choice will be stored in the file /etc/kbdlang 1) 3) 5) 7) 9) 11) 13) 15) 17) 19) 21) 23) 25) 27) USB_PS2_DIN_Belgian USB_PS2_DIN_Danish USB_PS2_DIN_Euro_Spanish USB_PS2_DIN_French USB_PS2_DIN_German USB_PS2_DIN_Italian USB_PS2_DIN_JIS_109 USB_PS2_DIN_Norwegian USB_PS2_DIN_S_Chinese USB_PS2_DIN_Swedish_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_Swiss_German2 USB_PS2_DIN_T_Chinese USB_PS2_DIN_UK_English_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_US_English_Euro 2) 4) 6) 8) 10) 12) 14) 16) 18) 20) 22) 24) 26) USB_PS2_DIN_Belgian_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_Danish_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_Euro_Spanish_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_French_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_German_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_Italian_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_Korean USB_PS2_DIN_Norwegian_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_Swedish USB_PS2_DIN_Swiss_French2_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_Swiss_German2_Euro USB_PS2_DIN_UK_English USB_PS2_DIN_US_English Enter the number of the language you want: <language_number> [Enter] You have selected the keyboard language PS2_DIN_xxxxx Please confirm your choice by pressing RETURN or enter a new number : [Enter] Installation Guide . The characters "1234567890" will appear as "!@#$^&*()" on keyboards that use the shift key to type a number.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 53/176 . the system prompts you: A USB interface has been detected on this system.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6.

Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .1.6. you have to check the execution log to verify no error has been occurred.11 54/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .0.11. * * Wait for the Desktop Login screen before logging in. is still in progress or when it was failed.1 Login Message ok If the procedure is complete ok the following message is dispalyed at the login: 1350OMS-MW_OS Boot 9.6..15 End execution phase When procedure complete its task on the console you'll see the message: GenericSysName [HP Release B..2.0. you have to login the system a super-user root and check that no error message is shown has explain.31] (see /etc/issue) Console Login: Before proceed with the next step. 2.11.15.31] (see /etc/issue) Console Login: *********************************************************************** * * Starting Desktop Login on display hosta:0.1. * *********************************************************************** GenericSysName [HP Release B.1 hp-ux 11i V3 (23-Dec-11) WARNING! THE SUPERUSER ACCESS IS ENABLE FROM NETWORK VIA SSH Changing password for root New password: Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. hereafter the messages shown at login time to advice you that the installation is ok.

11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 55/176 . Installation Guide . look at the log file to have more information about the error.2 Login Message During the Execution Whoever is logging the system during the executing will be alert the installation is in progress by the following message: ******************** WAITING INSTALLATION IS IN PROGRESS ***************** Do not alter environment.2.15.log *************************************************************************** The procedure it is not able to recover the error by itself. check log file in /SCINSTALL/scinstall.1.1. check the log file in /SCINSTALL/scinstall.3 Login Message when Installation Fails In case any error is met during the execution phase.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6.log *************************************************************************** Any action on the system or depot may compromise the installation. 2.15. the procedure stops and the following message is issued: ******************* THIS SYSTEM IS NOT CORRECTLY INSTALLED **************** To fix the problem.

4 [Enter] If the procedure is carried out without error. in fact NMS needs some layer software.. 2.0.6. Insert the medium with label “1350OMS-MW_OS-PLT-V9.. that are usually called software platform.0.root # mount -o rr /dev/scdvd /SD_CDROM [Enter] Install the 1350OMS-MW_OS packages by enter the command: .1. to be able to perform their tasks. you can do it using local DVD or network depot when available.2. 2.6.11 56/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ...1 at page 129).root # swinstall -s /SD_CDROM 1350OMS-MW_OS [Enter] Dismount the DVD and remove it from DVD drive: . Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9..root # swinstall -s <depot hostname>:/alu/SCDEPOT \ 1350OMS-MW_OS.. Mount the medium by entering the command: ..2.6.1. the system is not yet ready for AlcatelLucent NMS installation.r=9.sys.sys.2 From DEPOT Meaningful only if a network depot is already available. the system is ready to be predisposed.2.0..Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS ...1 1350OMS-MW_OS Installation The 1350OMS-MW_OS packages have to be installed. a) Install the 1350OMS-MW_OS packages by enter the command: . hereafter the two alternatives: a) Login the just installed system as “root" user.2 Software Package Predispose When the HP-UX 11iV3 operating system installation is completed.1 From Medium a) b) c) Identify the device driver (see “Find the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Device File" appendix A.sys.4-UX" volume 1/1 in the driver.0.root # umount /SD_CDROM [Enter] d) e) 2.sys...2.

root # cd /alu/DEPOT [Enter] 2) You have to download all packages into /alu/DEPOT directory. The detailed procedure to create the 1350OMSMW_OS Depot (see “1350OMS 9.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9..2.sys.2. You can retrieve the packages from: – – – A dedicated ftp site Optics Technical Excellence Center WEB A set of distribution DVD If you have a set of distribution DVD.6. at page 141 for media references): 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Insert the DVD into the driver.. and execute the following command: 1) Extend /alu to allow the storage of Alcatel-Lucent software by entering the command: .sys.2.2..11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 57/176 ..6 NMS Admin Guide" [2] “How to create a Network Depot"). and one for the AlcatelLucent TNM software. that we will call “1350OMS-MW_OS Depot". The following paragraphs provide the instructions to create the depots. for each distribution DVD ROM that contains the software you have to install (refer to Table 11.root # scextendfs /alu/DEPOT 19000 [Enter] Change the default directory on the depot one: ...root # cp -p /SD_CDROM/* /alu/DEPOT [Enter] Unmount the DVD: .sys. where you can store all the software layer distributed within 1350OMS-MW_OS.2 Pre-Installation Actions Hereafter there are some actions that have to be done before installing.2. preferably it should be a machine in the network.sys. where two depots can be created.. because it allows to execute simultaneously and unattended installations. Installation Guide .2. The following actions must be executed on the depot machine.1.2 Create Alcatel-Lucent NMS Depot This paragraph shows how to create the depot for Alcatel-Lucent software. 2.1 Create Software Depots The installation can be executed retrieving the software from a local DVD or from a network depot. that we will call “Alcatel-Lucent NMS Depot". To setup the depot you need 15 Gbyte for 1350OMS-MW_OS Depot. It may be the same machine that you are installing. You have to login to the alcatel depot machine as “root" user. if you have sufficient free disks space.. one for the third party software.. 2..2.sys.. 2.root # scmount /SD_CDROM [Enter] Copy the entire DVD contents to /alu/DEPOT directory by entering the command: .1. Mount the DVD at /SD_CDROM directory: .. In case you choose to install from depot you have to define a system with enough disk space available...2.. and 19Gbyte for Alcatel-Lucent TNM.root # umount /SD_CDROM [Enter] Remove the DVD from the driver.1 Create 1350OMS-MW_OS Depot 1350OMS-MW_OS Depot can be useful when you have to install more than one system.

. The machine you have to include are: – – – – Hosts involved in TNM application. Modify the file “/etc/inetd. if you do not use a remote depot machine.disabled”: . remove the corresponding line from the file ~root/.root # inetd -c [Enter] – If the file “/etc/securetty” exists.conf” and “/etc/securetty” as were at the beginning.3. skip it. Example: you have to install the following three systems: hosta. You have to write ~root/. at the same time..2..sys.disabled [Enter] Furthermore.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . For safety reasons. Remote Shell is configured so that any connections are NOT allowed.3 Authorize the Retrieval from Remote Depot Machine This paragraph explains how to authorize the file retrieval from the remote depot machine. hostb and hostc (the depot machine itself). N.rhosts file (in Depot machine) in this way: hosta root hostb root hostc root After your installation..2. then rename it in “/etc/securetty. Printers Licences management systems.conf” so that it changes from: #shell to: shell – stream tcp6 nowait root /usr/lbin/remshd remshd stream tcp6 nowait root /usr/lbin/remshd remshd execute the following command: .1 at page 82). to be able to retrieve the Alcatel-Lucent software packages from the depot machine. 2. you MUST restore the files “/etc/inetd.rhosts file have to be defined in /etc/hosts one.rhosts...2 Host declaration The network node description have to be filled in manually.rhost is empty) delete it.rhosts located on the DEPOT machine must be created/modified so that it will contain a line with the hostname and the keyword “root" for each machine.2. All the host included in ~root/.2.sys.root # mv /etc/securetty /etc/securetty. for each host you have to communicate to.6.. if the depot machine is. the target machine. Time synchronization systems. VERY IMPORTANT!! When you've installed all the machines.2. – – Login the system as root user. or. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. if it is the last (the file ~root/.11 58/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . Then the file ~root/.B. then. the access to these files have to be granted to all the root users of all the machines that have to be installed.. you must add a line with the IP Address followed by the host name in the /etc/hosts file (see “Node Name Management" paragraph 2. you must enable the rsh daemon.

root # rcp -p <FROM>:/alu/DEPOT/1350OMS-MW_OS-SCBackup327...sys..2..0..root # rcp -p <HOST>:/alu/DEPOT/1350OMS-MW_OS-SWPDESC-9.sys.0UX .sys.2.2..0..sd . then you must create the local DEPOT area to storage the Software Package Descriptors.sys.4 1350OMS-MW_OS ScBackup cumulative raw patch Install MW_OS ScBackup raw patch: . Login the system as root user and then execute the following procedure .sd \* [Enter] Installation Guide .root # rcp -p <HOST>:/alu/DEPOT/Install_Wizard_CMD-R9...6.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 59/176 ..09.root # cd /alu/DEPOT [Enter] .1.. [Enter] .. which must be present on the local machine...sdpkg .root # rcp -p <HOST>:/alu/DEPOT/Install_Wizard-R9. [Enter] Where <HOST> is equal to Network Depot machine IP address 2. [Enter] .sys.6.0UX ..Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.sys.6.3 Create local alu/DEPOT If you're not the Network depot machine.sys...1.6... [Enter] .1. Install Wizard tool and eventually manually patches...root # swinstall -s /alu/DEPOT/1350OMS-MW_OS-SCBackup327..root # scextendfs /alu/DEPOT 3000 [Enter] .1.

c) In this case must be a DEPOT available.6. The procedure will check the amount of free space on the file system.root # /SCINSTALL/etc/scupgrade [Enter] b) The procedure will ask you if the software platform upgrade must be perform by DVD (In this case must be available all the DVD’s set and the DVD whit correct patche level upgrade must be mounted) or network depot (In this case must be available a DEPOT already updated to the correct patch level. 2) In this case must be available all the DVD's set. a reboot will be required by issuing the following message: N. and enlarge them when needed.2. ___________________________________________________________________ System need reboot x complete extension of file system current . If any enlarged file system is in use.. Enter 'q' to Quit or the CD device [def=/dev/dsk/c0t0d0]: Update Platform from Network Depot 1) Reply the previous question by entering “2 [Enter]": Insert choice and press [Enter]: 2 [Enter] N.B.1.5 Upgrade Platform Logout the root session (the next commands listed below must be executed by opening another session).13.CD-ROM or DVD media 2 . The file system extension can ask for new hard disk..Software Depot q .LAYERED PRODUCTS Repository ------------1 .sys.B. refer to paragraph 2.. the extension can not be complete. The procedure asks you to enter the DVD driver file name. ___________________________________________________________________ Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2. then complete the MW_OS patch installation phase by executing (logged as root on the console or by a ssh remote connection) the following commands: a) Start the upgrade procedure by entering: .3 “Disk Mirror Configuration Policy" at page 48 the rule for the hard disk choice.quit Insert choice and press [Enter]: Update Platform from DVD 1) Reply the previous question by entering “1 [Enter]": Insert choice and press [Enter]: 1 [Enter] N.B. --------------. usually the proposed default is correct.11 60/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ...Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .

and reply with “y[Enter]". it will be asked to confirm the reconfiguration.6.ATTENTION --------------------------------Upgrade 1350OMS-MW_OS install product(s) and/or Patches System could automaticaly reboot The entire 1350OMS Application must be stopped. g) Executing Upgrade starting on Tue Jul 21 16:05:56 METDST 2009 Wait the end of procedure. Installation Guide .. Do you want to reapply it at the end of upgrade [y/n]?: Reply with “y[Enter]". it will be automatically reconfigured and only the following message will be displayed: NOTE: Check security level Otherwise if the "trusted-base" or "trusted-advanced" security level is defined... f) The following message will be displayed and the upgrade procedure starts.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. NOTE: Check security level The security level configured on system is trusted-base.d) If one or more file system will require the system reboot the following message will be displayed: ----------------------. e) If the system is configured with the "standard" security level.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 61/176 . then press [Enter] Stop all the activity. Do you want continue ? Press [y] for yes or [n] for no. NOTE: ... if any.

0UX [Enter] If the remote shell (remsh) fails with error: remshd: Login incorrect.2..root # sh ./Install_Wizard-R9..11 Installation Procedure and NMS description.6.6.11 installation procedure you have to execute the following procedure: a) b) c) Login the system as root user.0.sdpkg \* [Enter] Install the “Install_Wizard" software from medium by entering the command: .root # swinstall -s /alu/DEPOT/1350OMS-MW_OS-SWPDESC-9.sys.1.1.. .6. check the depot machine access authorization (see paragraph 2.1.6.2 at page 58) N.0UX [Enter] ...root # sh .B.6 Install NMS Description and 1350OMS 9. you have to install the 1350OMS 9.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .6.sys.11 62/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ..6.1.2...2.root # cd /alu/DEPOT [Enter] Install the NMS description by entering the command: .09. To install 1350OMS 9.6.sys.0..2...11 Installation Procedure Before starting with the NMS predispose action./Install_Wizard_CMD-R9.sys.. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.

2.2.7 Predispose for Installation
Now you have to predispose in one shot the entire system, that means you must know which system configuration you have to create, in term of software and data. Because there are some possible AlcatelLucent NMS/NMC combinations, it is advisable to identify the software and the data instances you have to predispose for before starting. The 1350OMS-MW-INT modular approach allows to predispose the machine after the hp-ux Operating System installation, this is performed on demand by a specific script. In this paragraph will be shown: how to predispose the system to be able to run 1350OMS-MW-INT, because it has to be always installed. Then it will be provided an example of EML, and a generic example for all the other NMS. 2.2.7.1 Start the SWP Manager Script To be able to start the Software Package predispose script you have to login as root user and enter the command: ...,sys,root # scmanageswp [Enter] N.B. VERY IMPORTANT: The whole installation has been described as a single predispose action. This means you have to predispose all the NMS and NMS instances in one shot. This allows to save time and to do not meet problems in disk space computation. If you have to interrupt the predisposal in the middle of the selection, exit the procedure choosing “Exit" to abort the procedure itself.

The following menu` will be shown on the screen: ---------------SWP MAIN MENU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 a e -

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Predispose new SWP View predisposed and manage SWP Remove SWP Create new SWP INSTANCE View created and manage SWP INSTANCE Remove SWP INSTANCE Convert SWP INSTANCE Install 3PP Optional software Apply Exit

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2.2.7.2 Predispose for 1350OMS-MW-INT First of all you have to predispose the system for 1350OMS-MW-INT, in fact it has always to be installed as first. The SWP description defined on system will be shown. Predispose new SWP Item ---1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 SWP Name --------------EML EOMS HA MW_INT NPR PKT SDH WDM SWP Version ----------9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.6

Enter 'q' to Quit, 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : [Enter] Enter the MW_INT item number to select it for the predisposition. The procedure will ask you to confirm the choice. Selected SWP 'MW_INT 9.6' Please confirm your selection ? (y/n) Confirm by entering: y [Enter] All the layered software selected to the SWP predisposal will be shown: TRANSLATOR procedure activated ... Product Name Analysing Product Analysing Product ..... Analysing Product Analysing Product ..... ..... Analysing Product TRANSLATOR procedure Alcatel-OVDL Apache2 GoGlobal-UX IlogViews50 Product Version 2.1 B.2.2 2.2 5.0

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2.2.7.3 Predispose for 1350OMS-MW-INT Global Instance At “SWP MAIN MENU" enter “4" to select “Create new SWP INSTANCE". The following menu will be shown: Create new INSTANCE Item SWP Name SWP Version Session ---- --------------- ----------- ------1 MW_INT 9.6 NEW Enter 'q' to Quit, 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : Enter “1[Enter]" to select the 1350OMS-MW-INT, and the possible instance will be shown with: List of available INSTANCE dimension for SWP: MW_INT 9.6 Item INSTANCE Dimension INSTANCE Description ---- -------------------- -------------------------------------------------1 MWINT 1350OMS-MW-INT 8.2 Global Instance Enter 'q' to Quit, 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : Enter “1 [Enter]" to select MWINT Global Instance. Then the tool will ask you to: Insert the Instance Number for 'MWINT' Enter “1 [Enter]". Do you like a Multi-Volume group configuration ? (y/n) Reply with “n [Enter]". Then the selection will be shown: Selected INSTANCE: Dimension Number Multi-Volume MWINT 1 NO

Please confirm your selection ? (y/n) Confirm or refuse the selection. If you confirm the procedure will predispose for the installation of the required software: TRANSLATOR procedure activated ... Note: There aren't kernel parameters defined. Note: There aren't additional components defined. TRANSLATOR procedure was successful. Press [Enter] to continue. The procedure shows again the list of possible instance for the next choice, enter “q [Enter]" twice as shown hereafter and proceed with the NMS predisposal. Installation Guide - Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 65/176

7.6 Enter 'q' to Quit. 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : Enter the EML item number to procede. 2. exit to the Software predisposal by entering “q[Enter]" to came back to the “SWP MAIN MENU" and be able to create the instance.0 xercesj was successful.--------------. you have in any case to install something of EML.11 66/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .6 2 HA 9.6 3 NPR 9. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6 4 PKT 9. after the 1350OMS-MW-INT predisposal the script prompt you again for choosing the next software package. Because of this there are two different actions. where the second can be iterated more than once. Proceeding in the script execution. so enter: 1 [Enter] to predispose new SWP. Analysing Product TRANSLATOR procedure Alcatel-OVDL Ant Commons Product Version 2.4.5 at page 70.2.----------1 EML 9. otherwise go to next paragraph “Predispose for NMS" 2.2.7 0.6 5 SDH 9.6' Please confirm your selection ? (y/n) After the confirm action the procedure analyzes the description showing all the software layers required: Product Name Analysing Product Analysing Product Analysing Product .6 6 WDM 9. the SWP description defined on system will be shown again: Predispose new SWP Item SWP Name SWP Version ---.7 Press [Enter] to continue.7.1 1. . You have to predispose the software code once. but you can create one or more instances. . it is provided to better clarify the procedure behavior.2.4 Predispose for EML This section describes the EML predisposal. then.7.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .6. but you have to execute it only if you need the EML functionality.1 Predispose for EML Software EML subsystems is organized in two components: the software code and instance. the selected product is shown to check the right choice: Selected SWP 'EML 9. Press [Enter] to proceed.2. 2.

'd' to Display again or the Item Number : The list of the EML possible instances foreseen for the specific machine model is provided.7. 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : Installation Guide . if you just want to have the EML Presentation function on any other NMS.4.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6 Item INSTANCE Dimension INSTANCE Description --.--------------1 EML 2 MW_INT SWP Version ----------9. Predispose for a EML Client.2 Predispose for EML Instance The EML Instance define the behavior of the application. if you are installing the spare system in a 1350OMS-HA configuration. 2) 3) Hereafter the sequence of actions you have to perform to carry out the job. enter the item of EML: Create new INSTANCE Item SWP Name ---.2.2. if you want to install a EML stand alone or SDH cohosted system.6. In this case you have to create an instance for each EML IM and the Instance Identification number must be the same of the referred IM.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 67/176 . Predispose for a EML Spare IM. At “SWP MAIN MENU" prompt you have to enter “4" to get in the “Create new SWP INSTANCE": ---------------1 2 4 5 8 a e SWP MAIN MENU ---------------- Predispose new SWP View predisposed and managed SWP Create new SWP INSTANCE View created and managed SWP INSTANCE Install 3PP Optional software Apply Exit Insert choice and press [Enter]: 4 [Enter] The already predisposed NMS will be shown in a list.6 Session ------NEW NEW 1 [Enter] Enter 'q' to Quit. List of available INSTANCE dimension for SWP: EML 9.---------------------------------------------1 EML_IM_Small EML Master (IM) System Small Configuration 2 EML_IM_Medium EML Master (IM) System Medium Configuration 3 EML_IM_Large EML Master (IM) System Large Configuration 4 EML_US EML Client (US) Enter 'q' to Quit. you have three possibilities: 1) Predispose for a EML Information Manager (IM).6 9.-------------------.

11 68/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Entry level configuration Middle range configuration High end configuration EML Client (US) The EML_US instance is not defined for 1350OMS-HA protection Description Then define the instance identifier: Insert the Instance Number for 'EML_IM_Small': The multiple volume group is not foreseen for 1350OMS 9.B. EML Instances Instance type item EML_IM_Small EML_IM_Medium EML_IM_Large EML_US N. read carefully the meaningful of each item in the following table: Table 6. so reply “n” to the following question: Do you like a Multi-Volume group configuration ? (y/n) After the volume group configuration.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . the procedure summarize the information asking you to confirm your choice: Selected INSTANCE: Dimension Number Multi-Volume EML_IM_Small 3 NO Please confirm your selection ? (y/n) Confirm or refuse the selection.6.Before entering the instance item number for the selection.6.

6. If you have to create more than one instance. because multi_volume_group option is not set. N.11 1. enter the instance number and multiple volume option.17 1. the other or both.If you confirm the procedure will predispose for the installation of the required software: TRANSLATOR procedure activated ..32 MySQL Oracle10g_Client Oracle10g Product Version 2.7 1.1 2.B.9 0.6" descriptor will not take in account. Otherwise enter “q [Enter]" twice to go back to the previous menu level.0004 1. Installation Guide . In the future will be determined whether.6 Press [Enter] to continue. Volume group vg00 will be used for mount point: /usr/Systems/EML_3_9.32 5. enter the item number of the menu that corresponds to the type you want to create. Analysing Product Analysing Product Analysing Product Analysing Product Analysing Product TRANSLATOR procedure Snmp4j Snmp4j Snmp4j jsch jta was successful.2.0 11.2 + Patches) for HP-UX 11.1 1. you must have ORACLE license.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.17 1.2.1026 3. because multi_volume_group option is not set.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 69/176 .6_Master Note: the volume group defined in the "EML 9. Volume group vg00 will be used for mount point: /usr/Systems/EML_3_9.6" descriptor will not take in account.0.. to install one. how and when. Note: the volume group defined in the "EML 9.31 ia64 64Bit Do you like to install it ? (y/n) Reply “y” only if you have to configure in your system SNA or TNA elements.0 OPTIONAL Product: Oracle11g Product Description: Oracle 11g (Version 11. 1.6_Master/ maintenance Product Name Analysing Analysing Analysing Analysing Analysing Analysing Analysing Analysing Product Product Product Product Product Product Product Product DBD-MySQL DBD-MySQL DBD-Oracle580 DBD-Oracle588 DBI-1. Remember: in this case.

6. NPR 9. hereafter the predisposal script behavior is shown.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . software code and data areas.2. NPR must be installed only when/if SDH is not installed.6 2 NPR 9. Enter the item number shown in the first column of the menu.7. PTK 9. 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : Select a NMS of 1350OMS 9.6. you have the “SWP MAIN MENU" on the screen.5 Predispose for other NMS/NMC Any other NMS predisposal has a similar behavior.6 Enter 'q' to Quit.7.11 you want to predispose among: HA 9. Predispose new SWP Item SWP Name SWP Version ---.6 (remember do NOT predispose SDH and NPR together). This activity has to be performed only if you plan to have any other functionality on the machine you are installing.6. then press [Enter] : Then it asks you to confirm your choice. if you have to start “scmanageswp" or proceeding from the EML predisposal.11 70/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .6 4 SDH 9. Do NOT predispose SDH and NPR altogether on the same machine (SDH includes all NPR functionalities).6 3 PKT 9.6.5. enter “y [Enter]" if it is correct: Selected SWP '<NMS name>' Please confirm your selection ? (y/n) y[Enter] Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. 2.6. by showing you the selected NMS.1 Predispose for NMS Software In both cases.--------------.6 5 WDM 9. the only differences are related to the possible instances available. SDH 9.2.----------1 HA 9.6.2. WDM 9. NMS has the same organization of EML. enter: 1 [Enter] to get on the next menu: ---------------1 2 4 5 8 a e SWP MAIN MENU ---------------- Predispose new SWP View predisposed and managed SWP Create new SWP INSTANCE View created and managed SWP INSTANCE Install 3PP Optional software Apply Exit Insert choice and press [Enter]: 1 [Enter] The remaining NMS descriptions will be shown.

Enter 'q' to Quit. Press [Enter] to continue.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Enter “q [Enter]" again to go to the SWP MAIN MENU. 2.--------------. The output depends by the chosen NMS . 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : Choose any other NMS you have to predispose. Create the NMS Instances. The output depends by the chosen NMS . ---------------1 2 4 5 8 a e SWP MAIN MENU ---------------- Predispose new SWP View predisposed and managed SWP Create new SWP INSTANCE View created and managed SWP INSTANCE Install 3PP Optional software Apply Exit Insert choice and press [Enter]: 4 [Enter] Installation Guide ..The procedure start the description analysis issuing the following messages: TRANSLATOR procedure activated .11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 71/176 . Press [Enter] to proceed.----------. .7 and 1..2. TRANSLATOR procedure was successful.5.7.2.8 at page 24-25.2 Create NMS Instance This paragraph shows how to create a NMS instance for the specific data storage. then.2. exit from the Software predisposal by entering “q [Enter]" twice to come back to the “SWP MAIN MENU" and be able to create the instance: Predispose new SWP Item SWP Name SWP Version ---. taking also into account the functional dependencies shown in paragraphs 1.6. or enter “q [Enter]" to complete the NMS software selection.

The instance identifier have to be defined in a plan. create the client file system for the NMS lower layers (refer to “Network Management Sub-Systems Functional Dependencies" paragraph 1. N. and to “1350OMS-HA Post Predisposal" paragraph 2.2. The list of allowed instances for that NMS will be shown. it is strictly advised not to award the SDH and WDM applications the same identifier.8 page 80 for more information).B. N. For system with HA you have to predispose a HA instance for each NMS subjected to protection. Enter the instance number followed by [Enter] to proceed: Insert the Instance Number for '<NMS Instance Type>': Do you like a Multi-Volume group configuration ? (y/n) After the volume group configuration.2. The instance number must be equal between Master-Spare systems. Although it is not expected to be installed PKT. N. enter it followed by [Enter].B.The installed software list is shown.6 Session ------YES YES YES Enter 'q' to Quit.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . you have to choose the item related to the NMS you has predisposed in the previous step (2 in the example): Create new INSTANCE Item ---1 2 3 SWP Name SWP Version -------------------------EML 9. instances of NMS SDH and WDM CAN NOT BE DEFINED with the same identification number.7 at page 24 for architecture. For NMS Cohosted with 1350OMS-HA. the procedure summarize the information asking you to confirm your choice: Selected INSTANCE: Dimension Number Multi-Volume <NMS Instance Type> <NMS Instance Identifier> <NMS Instance rule> Please confirm your selection ? (y/n) Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. because it has to be entered again later. Due of a restriction of the NMS PKT.6. 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : Select the item corresponding to the instance you want to create. and be unique for the Master instances in the whole network. N. by the following rules: HA_IM Instance Number >= NMS Master Instance Number HA_US Instance Number >= NMS Presentation Instance Number The procedure will ask you for two information: the instance number identifier and the multiple volume group.6 <NMS name> <NMS version> MW_INT 9. Moreover the HA instance number must be assigned.11 72/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .B. Remember the instance number.B.

Enter 'q' to Quit. The procedure shows again the list of possible instance for the next choice.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.--------------------------------------------.-------------------. enter “q [Enter]" to go back to the previous menu level.Confirm or refute the selection. TRANSLATOR procedure was successful.. List of available INSTANCE dimension for SWP: <NMS name> 9. 'd' to Display again or the Item Number : q [Enter] Enter “q [Enter]" again to go back to SWP MAIN MENU...6 Item INSTANCE Dimension INSTANCE Description ---. If you confirm the procedure will predispose for the installation of the eventual required software: TRANSLATOR procedure activated .11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 73/176 . Installation Guide .6. .. The output depends by the chosen NMS . Press [Enter] to continue..

6 1 MWINT SWP <NMS name> <NMS ver.----------..CD-ROM or DVD media 2 . 'c' to Cancel or 'd' to Display again: Confirm your choice by entering “a[Enter]" (as apply) or cancel. 2.2. Press [Enter] to continue. the predisposal is executed when leaving the script.-----------------SWP MW_INT 9.7. ------------LAYERED PRODUCTS Repository ----------Opt --- 1 .Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .6 INSTANCE MW_INT 9.Software Depot 3 .ISO Image Directory q . network depot or ISO Image.1 Software Layer Installation Predisposal Before start the procedure will ask you where to find all the software packages.2. Now you have to specify where are stored the LAYERED PRODUCTS.6.11 74/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . Then procedure start executing the requested predispositions.6 Leave the Script and Execute the predisposal To speed-up the predisposal execution and reduce the disk fragmentation.7. by issuing the following message: SOFTWARE 3PP predisposition activated .> 1 <NMS name>_IM_Small Enter 'a' to Apply.> INSTANCE <NMS name> <NMS ver. To execute the predisposal for all the software you have to exit the “SWP MAIN MENU" by entering “a[Enter]": ---------------1 2 4 5 8 a e SWP MAIN MENU ---------------- Predispose new SWP View predisposed and managed SWP Create new SWP INSTANCE View created and managed SWP INSTANCE Install 3PP Optional software Apply Exit Insert choice and press [Enter]: a [Enter] The list of the pending action will be shown: Items SELECTED for the CONFIGURATION Item Type SWP Name SWP Version INSTANCE Number INSTANCE Dimension --------.6..-------. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2.--------------.quit Insert choice and press [Enter]: You can choose between media.

7.Device selection for LAYERED Products installation ---Enter 'q' to Quit or the CD device [def=/dev/dsk/cxtxdx]: The procedure requires you to specify the driver. enter “2 [Enter]" --.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. enter “1 [Enter]" --.ISO image directory selection for LAYERED Products installation ---Enter 'q' to Quit or the Directory absolute path name: The procedure requires you to specify the Directory.7. enter “3 [Enter]" --.6. Press enter to default.2.2. – – File system busy New hard disk allocation ---- Installation Guide .2.7. 2. 2.2 Disk Configuration Now the procedure check the space available inside the existing file systems and creates the new requested ones.1 Software Layer Installation Predisposal from media Here the DVD choice is shown.3 Software Layer Installation Predisposal from ISO Image Directory Here the ISO Image choice is shown. The entire activity is carried out automatically.6.2.2.2.6.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 75/176 .1 at page 57) 2.2 Software Layer Installation Predisposal from Depot Here the network depot choice is shown. but not unattended.1. In fact there are two cases where the operator attention is required.6.2.1.1.7. enter: <depot hostname>:/alu/SCDEPOT [Enter] Where you have to replace “<depot hostname>" with the name of the depot machine (see at paragraph ”Create Software Depots” 2.Depot selection for LAYERED Products installation Enter 'q' to Quit or the Depot absolute path name: The procedure requires you to specify the depot.6.

.. Creating new kernel configuration . . WARNING: FORCE operator defined for variable 'filecache_max' removing others operators.. The kernel resources have to be increased to allow the machine to run the application.operation will be completed after next reboot) then press [Enter] 2. * The configuration 'sck_new' has been marked for use at next boot. check process with pid(s): 1780 2070 1366 1758 1785 2069 2059 2067 2052 2096 3719 When such a message occurs during the predispose. .2.7.2.. and the extension it is not allowed.11 76/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. replay with "R[Enter]" to postpone the file system extension to the next reboot.2.6. . In this case the file system is busy.6.. for the following reasons: .7.2. KERNEL configuration activated .operation is aborted) [R] = Reboot (RECOMMENDED . A message like the following is issued. Don’t worry if the system shows error message like following.The tunable 'ksi_send_max' cannot be changed without a reboot.... KERNEL configuration was successful. This phase does not require any human intervention.The tunable 'semmns' cannot be changed without a reboot. ___________________________________________________________________________ Analyze Mount Point:"/opt" Request Current Current Current free: size: used: free: 1072 MegaByte(s) 1536 MegaByte(s) 512 MegaByte(s) 960 MegaByte(s) Evaluate size: 1792 MegaByte(s) File System:"/dev/vg00/lvol5" is busy.1 File system Busy The operator attention is required when predispose requires a file system extension and there are one or more open files in it..Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS ... Press: [T] = Try again (but after you have attempt to close all pid(s) ) [A] = Abort (DANGEROUS . .6. on condition that the configurations ends with success: ERROR: The requested changes could not be applied to the currently running system.3 Kernel Configuration The next execution phase regards the HP-UXTM Kernel configuration..

.0 _(free)_ ______ _____ c6t12d0 139968 0/6/0/0. to reach the highest availability level.B. The procedure shows its execution trace (example): DISKS configuration activated ... If you are implementing the disk mirroring.12..11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 77/176 . When a new disk is requested.. please wait .. it is advisable to keep the two disk chains balanced.7. If them are unbalanced the useful disk space amount is the minimum size of them..8. the procedure issues a menu with all the disks present in the configuration.B. In this case the procedure will require to add some more hard disk to the system volume group. data and swap areas. Total disk(s) found = 6 Total CDRoms found = 1 Press [Enter] to continue..6.2.1 New Hard Disk Allocation During the file system extension it may occur that the initial disk configuration it is not enough to store the entire software. ____________________________________________________________________ Analyze Mount Point:"/alu/1350OMS9. If you are implementing the disk mirroring.6" Request free: 11100 MegaByte(s) Evaluate size: 13056 MegaByte(s) Hardware detection in progress.6.2.0 _(free)_ ______ _____ _______________________________________________________________________ Select Data Area (Main instance) dev name or [q] to quit: Enter the name of a “free" disk..2.. this choice allow the system to survive also to a SCSI bus failure.13.3. N. _______________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection Mount Point need 5632 MBytes on Volume Group: “/dev/vg00" (pvg0) _______________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Hardware Path Usage Type VolGroup _______________________________________________________________________ c1t2d0 139968 0/0/1/1.0 _(free)_ ______ _____ SD c4t9d0 139968 0/4/0/0..0 Pri_Boot _Main_ vg00 c2t2d0 139968 0/0/2/0.0 Alt_Boot Mirror vg00 SD c4t8d0 139968 0/4/0/0.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.9.. it is advisable to choose a disk not connected to the same SCSI bus of the Main Boot Disk.. marking the unused disk with the label “(free)" in the “Usage" column.2. N.. Installation Guide . .0 _(free)_ ______ _____ c6t13d0 139968 0/6/0/0. If the multiple volume group is requested at least one hard disk is requested for each instance of software.

you have to replay with “y” for yes.0 Pri_Boot _Main_ vg00 c2t2d0 139968 0/0/2/0. It is possible that more than one disk is requested to reach the amount of disk required space. [n] for no or [q] to quit. When the hard disk space requirement will be meet.9.0 _(free)_ ______ _____ D c4t9d0 139968 0/4/0/0. the disk contents will be irremediably lost!! When a new volume group is created and the mirror disk is enabled. ______________________________________________________________________ System need reboot x complete extension of file system current in use _______________________________________________________________________ DISKS configuration was successful.0 Alt_Boot Mirror vg00 D c4t8d0 139968 0/4/0/0. Volume group "/dev/vg00" has been successfully extended. The expected disk amount depends by the number of NMS and NMS instances requested.0 _(free)_ ______ _____ _______________________________________________________________________ Confirm selection of device "c6t12d0" Press [y] for yes.12._______________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection _______________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Hardware Path Usage Type VolGroup _______________________________________________________________________ c1t2d0 139968 0/0/1/1..Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . the procedure will ask to configure the mirror disk function also on the new volume group. Physical volume group "pvg0" has been successfully extended. the procedure will continue its job. Physical volume "/dev/rdsk/c6t12d0" has been successfully created.0 _(free)_ ______ _____ c6t12d0 139968 0/6/0/0. Activate SWAP area /dev/vg00/lvol13 . if your data is protected by Smart Array or any other hardware equipment.13. then press [Enter] If you reply “y” or the new hard disk is requested by a mirrored volume group the procedure can ask you for an additional hard disk. its size can be computed following the instructions shown in the paragraph “Requested Hard Disks" 1.8.0 _(free)_ ______ _____ c6t13d0 139968 0/6/0/0.. or with “n” for no.4 at page 21.1. then press [Enter] After your confirmation.. Do you want use Mirror on current Volume Group: "/dev/disk2" Press [y] for yes or [n] for no.2. . .6. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.11 78/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .2. if your system is mirror protected via software.1.

media substitution could be required.7.6. the request of the medium will be issued in console issuing a message that reports the medium label.2.B.6. Reply by pressing [Enter]. the machine will be automatically rebooted and software components installed.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2. =>>> NOTE : Attend the installation if you choose to install from the CD|DVD. 2.31] (see /etc/issue) Console Login: Installation Guide .11. nether if it does not ask media in ascending order.6. Don't worry if the procedure does not require to insert all media. N. Press [Enter] to continue.5 End of Software Installation When the installation will be completed on server console the following prompt will be shown: The system is ready GenericSysName [HP Release B. If you are installing with DVD.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 79/176 . ATTENTION: now to complete the configuration Shutdown-Reboot will be executed.2.4 Software Layer Installation The last message issued before starting the software package installation is: =>>> WARNING: The 3PP software will be installed during the reboot.7.

Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . 1350OMS-HA communication example. depending by the situation. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. recovering the faulty application on a single server. them can be the stand-by instances created by 1350OMS-HA. Now you have to create manually the NMS Client to allow inter-NMS communication has shown in the following paragraphs. Server hosta SDH Master Active Normal system Operation EML Client EML Master Stand-By Server hostb SDH Master Stand-By EML Client EML Master Active Server hosta SDH Master Active EML Client EML Master Active Server hostb System failure example. The same approach can be operated by SDH when cohosts with PKT.6. When one of the two systems is out of service.2.in gray color are not operational. FAULT Figure 7. In this scenario EML provide services to SDH through its client instance or directly.2. the communication are direct – The software component shown in Figure 7. SDH and EML communication occurs via EML Client instance on board of SDH machine. The following figure shows how the 1350OMS-HA manages these faulty conditions. some additional action are required after the system predisposal and before customizing the software.8 1350OMS-HA Post Predisposal When there are two or more cohosted NMS Master instances and the system has also the 1350OMSHA failure protection. it is important to note in the example how SDH is communicating with EML in the two cases: – When both machine are operational. In this conditions 1350OMS-HA maximizes system performance allowing to use both master and spare servers for performing the normal operations.11 80/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .

.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 81/176 . by entering the following command: . root # scextendfs /usr/Systems/<NMS>_<NMS_INSTANCE>_9.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. <size> has to be replaced by the value Installation Guide .1 Manage NMS Master-Client cohosted When a NMS Master -Client cohosting on same node.8..2..6_Presentation <size> [Enter] Where: <NMS> has to be replaced by the NMS <NMS Instance> has to be replaced by the NMS Instance identified associated.sys.6.2. you have to create the NMS client data instance file system manually.

11 82/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . that have to communicate with the machine you are installing.3. Any network printer that have to be used by the machine you are installing. For each machine that can be classify in the previous table.6. If the line exists check the data is corresponding with your addressing plan. The involved nodes means all the IP are defined in the following table: Table 7. Involved IP Network Node table Type Alcatel-Lucent TNM system Printers Time synchronization systems Description Any HP server with Alcatel-Lucent TNM on board. Any Time synchronization equipment reachable via IP network. The /etc/hosts file must be manually updated each time a new machine will be installed.1 Node Name Management Before proceeding in installing and customizing it is necessary to declare all the IP network nodes involved. The official host name MUST be defined by using only alphabetic numbers and lower case characters.2. you have to check that a line exists in the file /etc/hosts with Internet address and official host name (see hp-ux man page hosts for more information). Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.3 Operating System Configuration This chapter shows the minimum operating system and platform configuration required to allow TMN machine inter-working. If it doesn't exist you have to add a new line with Internet address and official host name.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . 2.

The network printer (lp1) can be defined only on the server on the same local area network. such as rooters.202.202. printers (local and network).1.202. You have to identify the equipment specified by Table 7. it has also to be defined into the /etc/hosts of all servers.2. Installation Guide . and time synchronization equipment.3. lp1 Network line printer.6 hosta IP 192.8 Figure 8. – – – hosta Printer GPS synchronization system There are other network equipment.21. gpsrec1 (GPS time receiver) IP 192. These are their roles in the TNM.51 lp1 (network printer) 192.21.6. because it allows the machines to communicate each other.at page 82. personal computer. This paragraph provides an example of a complex network management system. where there are five servers working together.1 Network configuration example.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 83/176 . Network Example In this example all the machines work together.21. you have to define their IP address and official host names in the /etc/hosts of the five servers. in the example: – – gpsrec1Time synchronization system via Global Position System.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Supposing that GPS time synchronization system (gpsrec1) has to be used by the entire network management system. This is mandatory.

5 Figure 9.202.8 hostd IP 192.22.202. it is advisable to prepare a "time distribution plan" taking into account the following rules: a) b) c) d) The primary time sources have to be reliable ones. If you choose to use an HPTM server as time source.21.2. with the following roles: – – host and hosted configured with: EML and SDH co-hosted with HA. do not synchronize multiple time-servers to the same outside source.1 hostb IP 192. Before proceeding with the NTP configuration you must have a clear picture of the configuration among the involved machines.6.2 Synchronize the Clocks The clock synchronization is mandatory for system working together with Kerberos authentication tool.22.202. it must be configured to be synchronized with its internal clock. The resilient hosts plus a presentation (host) can be configured to receive the time from the GPS receives.20 hosta IP 192.3.202. to do it the Network Timing Protocol (NTP) specified by RFC 1305 has to be configured by following the instructions shown in this paragraph. GPS WAN GPS Receiver 1 IP 192.4 hoste IP 192.202.21.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . For example in a network with two GPS receivers and five nodes. All the other servers in the network (hostly and hostel) have to be configured to receive the time from the host.11 84/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . If NTP is not configured you have to check the time difference among all the systems and guarantee that it doesn't exceed five minutes. and swap the time among themselves. If possible.21.200.202. Each time-server should be a peer with of the other timeservers.49. NTP Configuration Example Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. hostly. host e hosted. host and hostel preform the presentation function for the resilient servers.22. Define two or three time-server machines.51 WAN GPS Receiver 2 IP 192.7 hostc IP 192. such as a Global Position System (GPS) receiver time source.

login the system as root user and enter: scxntp [Enter] ======================================================================== OS-Conf xntp Protocol Configuration ======================================================================== 1 .6. this source it is usually the most reliable and also the nearest one. The remaining servers can retrieve the time from the other ones.To obtain such a configuration the three time servers you have to declare the two Receivers as NTP servers.Add new NTP server 2 .Start/Stop NTP server 9 . To start “scxntp" script.Remove NTP server 4 .for exit Insert choice and press [Enter]: Installation Guide . moreover they can declare the other ones as peers. the resulting configuration will be: hosta server gpsrec1 prefer server gpsrec2 peer hostc peer hostd hostc server gpsrec1 prefer server gpsrec2 peer hosta peer hostd hostd server gpsrec1 server gpsrec2 prefer peer hosta peer hostc The “prefer" attribute distinguishes as the preferred source. here after the configuration: hosta server hostb prefer server hostc server hostd hoste server hostb server hostc server hostd prefer To make easier the NTP configuration the “scxntp" script is provided.Add new NTP peer 3 .11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 85/176 .Align the time to server e or q .Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.Remove NTP peer 5 .Configure NTP on local clock 6 .Show NTP configuration 7 .Show NTP status 8 .

conf adding server 192. Note.....22.. Press return to continue . Leave script by entering “e" or “q". the procedure shows how to configure the server hostb and hosta of Figure 9.29 offset -0.20 .at page 84.202.202..6.51 NOTE: Checking the configuration .8 NOTE: Checking the configuration . Press return to continue ..202.51 . the configuration order is relevant for the system behavior. it is better to start configuring the nodes more close to the Timeservers... NOTE: Setting 192.. Would you like to set 192.202. NOTE: Starting xntpd .. and synchronize the hostb clock with the preferred server in one shot: Insert choice and press [Enter]: 8 WARNING: The xntpd daemons it is not configure to start automat.202.202.202. Would you like to set 192..51 as preferred (y/n) ? y NOTE: Updating /etc/ntp....20 NOTE: Checking the configuration ... a) b) c) Login hostb as root user....Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . For each peer hosts enter: Enter server hostname or IP address or q for Quit : 192.21.202.1 Configure hostb This is the procedure using scxntp script to configure the hostb of Figure 9. 4 Sep 18:33:01 ntpdate[14482]: step time server 151..11 86/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .026898 sec xntpd NOTE: Reset the setup xntpd autostart. Define the secondary timeserver: Insert choice and press [Enter]: 1 Enter server hostname or IP address or q for Quit : 192.8 .22.8 as preferred (y/n) ? n NOTE: Updating /etc/ntp. Press return to continue .21.202.21..21.conf adding peer 192..at page 84. d) e) f) g) Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.20 as preferred (y/n) ? n NOTE: Updating /etc/ntp.conf adding server 192.. Would you like to start xntpd automatically at reboot (y/n) ? y NTP server is stop Would you like to start it (y/n) ?y NOTE: Temporary setup xntpd autostart.202. Start the scxntp script by entering: scxntp [Enter] Define the preferred timeserver: Insert choice and press [Enter]: 1 Enter server hostname or IP address or q for Quit : 192. Start the NTP Daemon.21..to simplify the explanation.51 timeserver for synchronize at boot time Press return to continue . set-up the daemon automatic start at system startup.21.2.22. Would you like to set 192...98.3. 2.45..21.

.conf adding server 192.. and synchronize the hosta clock with the preferred server in one shot: Insert choice and press [Enter]: 8 WARNING: The xntpd daemons it is not configure to start automatically Would you like to start xntpd automatically at reboot (y/n) ? y NTP server is stop Would you like to start it (y/n) ?y NOTE: Temporary setup xntpd autostart.026898 sec xntpd NOTE: Reset the setup xntpd autostart. The NTP daemon has to be stopped and started each time the configuration changes. 4 Sep 18:33:01 ntpdate[14482]: step time server 151. d) e) f) The script allows to easily manage the NTP configuration. Define the other two timeserver: Insert choice and press [Enter]: 1 Enter server hostname or IP address or q for Quit : 192. NOTE: Setting 192.. Would you like to set 192.3..22..202..6..8 NOTE: Checking the configuration .202.21.. stop and start the NTP daemon. Leave script by entering “e" or “q". a) b) c) Login hosta as root user.. you can add or/and delete servers and/or peers. it is not recommended to define more than one preferred server. Press return to continue ...2.21.20 as preferred (y/n) ? n NOTE: Updating /etc/ntp.29 offset -0. NOTE: Starting xntpd . show the configuration.. Press return to continue .20 .202.. The NTP mechanism takes a long time to synchronize the machine with server. Would you like to set 192.51 as preferred (y/n) ? y NOTE: Updating /etc/ntp..22. Start the scxntp script by entering: scxntp [Enter] Define the preferred timeserver: Insert choice and press [Enter]: 1 Enter server hostname or IP address or q for Quit : 192.at page 84.. set-up the daemon automatic start at system startup..98.conf adding server 192. Installation Guide . Usually the NTP daemon is not running.202.2 Configure host This is the procedure using scxntp script to configure the hosta of Figure 9.202.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.51 timeserver for synchronize at boot time Press return to continue .21.. Start the NTP Daemon.202.7 NOTE: Checking the configuration .21.21.202..51 .2. or align in one shot your system time to a specific server.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 87/176 .45. Defining a NTP server the management script allows to specify the preferred one...

Add new NTP server 2 .3. the clock is not synchronized with any reference. The time alignment is forbidden when NTP daemon is running. To align the time you have to login the system as root user and start the script “scxntp" by entering: .sys.. the easiest way to synchronize it with the other is by running “scxntp" script selecting the option N.Show NTP status 8 .Remove NTP peer 5 .Add new NTP peer 3 .root# scxntp[Enter] ======================================================================== OS-Conf xntp Protocol Configuration ======================================================================== 1 .Remove NTP server 4 .2..Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . enter it and press [Enter] key.Configure NTP on local clock 6 .9 “Align the time to server".6.2.Align the time to server e or q . The time will be aligned and shown.3 Initial Clock Alignment When a machine is installed for the first time.Start/Stop NTP server 9 .11 88/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . N. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9..B.Show NTP configuration 7 .for exit Insert choice and press [Enter]: At the prompt enter “9 [Enter]" Enter server hostname or IP address or q for Quit : The procedure will ask you to enter the IP address or Hostname of the timeserver.

Installation Guide ..g.3.6. 2. Both license keys have the same two phases approach: the license request and the license set up.. the following command: .3. The latter for every machine.root # scEnableGoGlobal [Enter] DATE: Mon Nov 23 16:58:52 MET 2009 PAM configured with Default Goglobal root access enable WARNING: The network access via GOGLOBAL has been enabled for root. 2. In order to enable root connections by GoGlobal-UX (e. it is necessary to execute (logged as root).3.4 Enable GoGlobal Connection By deafult.sys.2 GoGlobal license See Appendix C at page 143 in order to configure GoGlobal license.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9..1 Alcatel-Lucent license (Poseidon) See Appendix D at page 159 in order to configure Alcatel -Lucent license. This can be a security weakness. GoGlobal-UX is configured so that root connections are NOT allowed.2.3 Configure License Manager To be able to run software you have to authorize the execution by registering licence keys.3. There are two kind of license: – – Alcatel-Lucent for network management software GraphOn X emulation.: in order to install Alcatel-Lucent Network Management software).11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 89/176 .3.3. The former have to be done for the entire network management system. 2.

Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .2. when the entire Alcatel-Lucent Network Management software is copied from the distribution media to the installation target. then you should create a Alcatel software depot as described at paragraph “Create AlcatelLucent NMS Depot“ on page 57.4..sys.root # ..6.root # cd /alu/Install_Wizard [Enter] – Start the automatic installation procedure by executing: .. and then adapted to the target host by the customizing phase. .. with different colors like showing in the following window: Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9./Install. . it is suggested to apply the Automatic Installation procedure. 2.1 Automatic Install NMS and NMC – Login the system as root user with a graphical session.installation of all the software related to the SWP instances detected during the previous step. Moreover is required to use the -fast parameter. NOTE: For this version.2.4 Install and Customize Alcatel-Lucent Software Install and Customize Alcatel-Lucent Software is the most important installation phase. or all the necessary information to download it. according to previous choice.1 Automatic Install and Customize NMS and NMC Installing "from scratch". 2. a software depot with the entire software. In case of fast installation.2. a different installation shell will be automatically started. Install Wizard tool supports the full Network Management software installation on one machine.3 for more informations). one for NMS predisposed.customize all the SWP instances detected during the previous step.sys.4. Before start check if you have the necessary DVD.. . by performing automatically the following steps: . the installation from CDROM is NOT supported.1.11 90/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .sh -fast_install [Enter] The procedure will ask you for Depot hostname and address or for Device name. Check if local system is correctly authorized to access the files (see 2.detection of the SWP instances currently predisposed..

on SDH Master machine..11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 91/176 .6. it is MANDATORY to install and configure. Select “Choose_one" and then “New-Instance" . IOO.Figure 10. Take into account the notes described at paragraph “System Configuration“ at page 102 Installation Guide .B. then select “Apply & exit" in the Actions menu. N. the CPB component. N.. the “System.2 Automatic Custom NMS Now start the automatic customize procedure by executing . the MED component..B. after that.sh -fast_custom [Enter] The Custom GUI for MW-INT package will be automatically started... then apply and Exit the data on the window(s).sys. In case of EML.1. In order to have EML correctly integrated with WDM. MED. the procedure ask for configured of all NMS. it is MANDATORY to install and configure. 2. select for those ones are present in your system.4. Select the Network Element family you want to configure. At the end of customization phase. Instances List" window will be shown on the screen.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. CPB).root # . the “Custom Product Selection EML <Instance Id>" window will be shown on the screen after a few seconds..sys. In order to have SDH correctly integrated with PKT. Automatic and Fast Install and Customize The procedure starts installing all the software previously predispose. The installation tool asks for optional element (HA ./Install.root # cd /alu/Install_Wizard [Enter] . on EML Master machine.

root # /alu/Kernel/script/KernelServices start [Enter] – Continue the procedure with paragraph “NMS Special Installation Instruction” at page 106.. – Do not interrupt the procedure! When the procedure will be terminated. Automatic and Fast Install and Customize Then complete the GO-Global UX configuration by executing: – Login the system as root user but do not execute this instruction using GO-Global UX interface: . N.log /alu/Install_Wizard/log/Installation_<NMS/NMC>_#.11 92/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .. Do you want continue ? (yes/no.... GoGlobal 2 server will be stopped.log /alu/Kernel/maintenance/trace/Custom.B.Figure 11.6.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS ...root # /alu/Kernel/script/KernelServices stop [Enter] . verify that no error are shown (warnings can be ignored) by examining the following files: /alu/Install_Wizard/log/Installation_All_#..pl KernelCustomize [Enter] The procedure will ask you to authorize the Go-Global UX environment shutdown..sys.sys.log – After the Installation completion restart MW-INT services by executing (logged as root): . /alu/Kernel/env/Kernel [Enter] . default=no) Reply the question with “yes[Enter]".root # . Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9..trace /alu/Kernel/maintenance/log/Custom.sys.root # /alu/Kernel/script/XTEmulatorConfigure...sys.

.sh with 1350OMS-MW-INT option from any window open via GoGlobal-UX.sh MW-INT <hostname> <directory> [Enter] Where: <hostname> means the depot machine hostname <directory>means directory path on depot machine where depot is located./Install.2.1 Manual Install and Customize 1350OMS-MW-INT The Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS-MW-INT is the operational platform.2. In order to prevent error messages during the 1350OMS-MW-INT customize it is advisable to configure the GoGlobal-UX license as shown in “1350 Administration Guide" [2].sh" procedure requires: • • • The depot machine is available. because all the GoGlobal-UX windows will be closed..root# .2 at page 58 for more informations)..sys.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.. If the mentioned requirement are matched. To install 1350OMS-MW-INT “Install. DO NOT start the Install.. and the configuration aborted! N. GoGlobal-UX will be stopped by 1350OMS-MW-INT configuration script.sys.2 Manual Install and Customize NMS and NMC 2.2.2.4.4. The installing system must be authorized to retrieve the files from itself or from depot machine.root # cd /alu/Install_Wizard [Enter] 1) Start the installation script entering: . so it must be the first software installed. (usually /alu/DEPOT) The script start issuing the following mask: ########## ################# ################ ## ########### ## ### ########### ## ### ## ########## ### ###### ## ########## #### ####### ## ######### #### ######### ## ######## ##### ############## ####### #### ############### ###### ##### ############### ##### ###### ############### ##### ####### ############### ############## ############### ############# ###### ######## ############ #### ######## ########## ####### ######### ######### ################# ########## Installation Guide .11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 93/176 . When depot machine is used: The hostname of the depot machine correctly defined in the /etc/ hosts file. the installation and custom can be started by entering: . and the local system is correctly authorized to access the files (see 2..B.6.

.11 94/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . you have to reply also this question with “y[Enter]" Do you want to execute MW-INT Custom? [y|n|q] y [Enter] Then the MW-INT custom will be executed showing the trace on the terminal. this step will take up to 20 minutes..11. 11/30/07 17:22:33 .iso88591 . Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9... The last question is related to the MW-INT custom. .... NOTE: Preparing to install .. NOTE: Hardware 9000/800 supported . NOTE: Check pkg INSTALLER_7. Kernel Customization Complete.Executing MW-INT pre_install_wa .. NOTE: Setting language to: C.... Reapplying PLT registrations.Executing MW-INT custom_cmd ... NOTE: Check installation ongoing .. NOTE: Please enter the Device Name of source media [c0t0d0]: Confirm or change the suggested source media. Check Go-Global 2 configuration ..11 .4. The installation start automatically.... NOTE: Preparing to INSTALLER 7...__ / | //|| // || // || / || _ ___ __ ____ ___ _ _ _ _ || / _| / | |_ _| |___| || || || || / || || //|| || ||_ || __ || || || || || // || || | _| |||__||| || || ||_ ||_ // || || ||__ ||_ ||_ ||_|| |__| \__| // || || |___| |__| |__| \___/ __ ___ _| |___| | || ||_ || | _| ||_ ||__ \__| |___| _ _ ____ \| | |_ _| | \| | || ||\ | || || \ | || || \| || Installation MW-INT package =========================================================================== LOADING: ###################################################################### NOTE: Session started on: Fri Nov 30 17:22:25 MET 2007 NOTE: Set HP-UX environment . =========================================================================== The installation is executed by INSTALLER that shows you the contents of the package : =========================================================================== Installation MW-INT package =========================================================================== *************************************************************************** NOTE: rm -rf /home/*/.tar .WebEnabler NOTE: NOTE: .. ******************************************************************* NOTE: ${INSTALL_ROOT}/Kernel/script/KernelCustomize NOTE: .1.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS ..MW-INT pre_install_wa completed . NOTE: NOTE: NOTE: 12/01/07 08:07:48 . 11/30/07 17:22:33 .6...4.1.

log N. and configure the GoGlobal License Server. asking you to authorize the Go-Global UX environment shutdown. default=no) Reply the question with “yes[Enter]" to allow Go-Global UX custom. Installation Guide .6.The procedure will stop after up to 10 minutes. before continue installation it is advisable to check for any error that may have occurred by check the contents of the following file: /alu/Install_Wizard/log/Installation_MW-INT_*. If you doesn't have already configure the GoGlobal License server.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 95/176 . it could be displayed an error message. and then the procedure will be completed in a couple of minutes issuing: ======================================================================= NOTE: Session finished on: Sat Dec 1 08:16:58 2007 NOTE: Installation MW-INT completed successfully. Do you want continue ? (yes/no. The MW-INT installation and custom is now completed. Ask all users logged in with Go-Global UX to log out the system.B. Don't' care of it.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. GoGlobal 2 server will be stopped.

2 Install and Customize NMS and NMC This section explains how to install and customize a Network Management Subsystem and/or Network Management Component.4.4.1 NMS or NMC Installation Procedure If the mentioned requirement are matched.6.. To allow the recovery of errors it is possible to start “install.2.B.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.. then it will ask you some questions.2. (usually /alu/DEPOT) N.root# .sh -install <NMS/NMC name> <hostname> <directory>[Enter] Where: <NMS/NMC name> NMS or NMC name (including ETH-MEDIATOR). Entering the following commands at dtterm prompt: . N. 2.root # cd /alu/Install_Wizard [Enter] . <hostname> means the depot machine hostname <directory> means directory path on depot machine where depot is located. Replying “no" to these questions you can skip the step. Then complete the installation and custom with integrating the systems among themselves.. b) c) Open a dtterm window. N.2. When depot machine is used: The hostname of the depot machine correctly defined in the /etc/ hosts file.sh" with option “-confirm". in case of HP server the GoGlobal-UX have to be authorized with the license code. The installing system must be authorized to retrieve the files from itself or from the depot machine..2.4. You have to be able to login the system via GUI. Customize all NMS.sys. 2.1. Very important: For the first installation it is mandatory to install the NMC software before customize NMS instance.1 Install NMS or NMC This paragraph shows how to install the Alcatel-Lucent TNM software optimizing the time need to adapt it to this specific environment. To be able to curry out this section the following items are required: • • • • A depot machine available. IF THE INSTALLATION SCRIPT IS STARTED FROM A SHELL WITHOUT A USEFUL DISPLAY VARIABLE SET THE NMS CUSTOM WILL FAIL.11 96/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . Then you can proceed with NMS and/or NMC as summarized hereafter: a) b) Install all software on the system.B.. the option causes the issues of confirm request message before execute each step in the installation and configuration.sys./Install.B.2.The script start issuing the Alcatel-Lucent mask. the installation and custom can be started by entering: a) Login the system via Graphical User interface CDE as “root" user.2..

11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 97/176 ...########## ################# ################ ## ########### ## ### ########### ## ### ## ########## ### ###### ## ########## #### ####### ## ######### #### ######### ## ######## ##### ############## ####### #### ############### ###### ##### ############### ##### ###### ############### ##### ####### ############### ############## ############### ############# ###### ######## ############ #### ######## ########## ####### ######### ######### ################# ########## __ _ ___ __ ____ ___ _ _ _ _ __ ___ / | || / _| / | |_ _| |___| || || || || / _| |___| | //|| || || //|| || ||_ || __ || || || || ||_ // || || || // || || | _| |||__||| || || || | _| // || ||_ ||_ // || || ||__ ||_ ||_ ||_|| ||_ ||__ / || |__| \__| // || || |___| |__| |__| \___/ \__| |___| _ _ ____ \| | |_ _| | \| | || ||\ | || || \ | || || \| || Installing <NMS/NMC name> package =========================================================================== -------------------------------------------------------------------------NOTE: Preparing to install .6. . you have to confirm by entering “y [Enter]" The time spent for installation of package depends by NMS. Installation Guide . .sh" with -confirm option. If you had started “Install. The output depends by the chosen NMS or NMC .Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.

...11 98/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ..2.sys..root# cd /alu//Install_Wizard [Enter] ..sys.2... ########## ################# ################ ## ########### ## ### ########### ## ### ## ########## ### ###### ## ########## #### ####### ## ######### #### ######### ## ######## ##### ############## ####### #### ############### ###### ##### ############### ##### ###### ############### ##### ####### ############### ############## ############### ############# ###### ######## ############ #### ######## ########## ####### ######### ######### ################# ########## __ _ ___ __ ____ ___ _ _ _ _ __ ___ / | || / _| / | |_ _| |___| || || || || / _| |___| | //|| || || //|| || ||_ || __ || || || || ||_ // || || || // || || | _| |||__||| || || || | _| // || ||_ ||_ // || || ||__ ||_ ||_ ||_|| ||_ ||__ / || |__| \__| // || || |___| |__| |__| \___/ \__| |___| _ _ ____ \| | |_ _| | \| | || ||\ | || || \ | || || \| || Customization <NMS/NMC name> package ========================================================================== LOADING: ################################################################ ..2. NOTE: Check processes running . ========================================================================= Customization <NMS/NMC name> package ========================================================================= NOTE: Do you want to execute <NMS/NMC name> Custom? [y|n|q] Reply “y[Enter]" to proceed in the NMS custom.root# ./Install.4.2 Customize NMS Meaningful for NMS Only Now customize the NMS instances created in the system predisposal.sh -custom <NMS name> [Enter] Where: <NMS name> has to be replaced by NMS name to be customized.. It is not necessary to customize the NMC because them are automatically performed together NMS. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. For each NMS instance execute the following command procedure: .Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .6.

then select “Apply & exit" in the Actions menu. it allows you to set the relevant custom variables.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 99/176 . Set the value. Then custom “Parameters Definition" window will be shown on the screen after a few seconds.6.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.The “System. NMS Customize Window Installation Guide . then “Apply & exit" in the Actions menu to start the execution: Figure 13. it allows you to select the instance that you want customize: Figure 12. List of existing instances Select “Choose_one" and then “New-Instance" . Instances List" window will be shown on the screen after a few seconds.

11 100/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. When customizing a Client instance be sure to select all the NE selected on the Master Instance.6. the “Custom Product Selection EML <Instance Id>" window will be shown on the screen after a few seconds.B. NMS Customize Window Select in the list the Network Element family you want to configure: N. select “Apply & exit" to start the custom procedure. Figure 14.In case of EML.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . Then pull-down the menu “Action" (in the left upper corner).

log Installation Guide .6.A trace window will be open on the screen showing the customization progress. NMS Customize trace window The procedure will complete when the [Dismiss] button will be enabled. if displayed during EML customization. can be ignored.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 101/176 . Figure 15. before continue installation it is advisable to check for any error that may have occurred by check the contents of the following file: /alu/Install_Wizard/log/Installation_<NMS name>_*. Warning message. The NMS installation and customization is now completed.

B. N.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .. WDM System Configuration: – Update_Integration Subsystem must not be selected for configuration (don't mind any warnings about that).<nmsuser> # cd /usr/Systems/SDH_3_9.$$.2. after each execution of System Config that generates the database (this occurs both the very first time the System Config is executed..6.sql \[Enter] N.<nms>.sql .<nms>.B.$$.<nmsuser> # su .sh -t SQL -u sys -r sysdba /tmp/ script.snml \[Enter] .<nmsuser> # echo "ALTER PROFILE DEFAULT LIMIT PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME UNLIMITED.This version of MySQL doesn't yet support multiple triggers ERROR 1235 (42000) at line 2: This version of MySQL doesn't yet support 'multiple triggers with the same action time and event for one table' N. The following error can be ignored: Ignore error like ERROR: 1235 (42000) at ..11 102/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ..<nms>.5 System Configuration Now the installation is completed.6_Master/ORACLE/script \[Enter] .. On SDH. .$$. On SDH/NPR.sql . N. .<nmsuser> # su .$$.B. On PKT System Configuration: – Remember to assign the instance id of SDH in the field TMP_CESSDHIDENT of 1354BM_CORE_IM parameter window.sql .$$. because this you have to refer to the Administration Guide of each NMS installed to know how to perform the specific NMS process configuration and any restriction used. PKT.. the activity is performed by “System Configuration" tool of each application. On EML.<nms>. and in subsequent executions in case explicit request is given to regenerate the database)../ExecCommand.B.. On EML System Configuration: – – It is mandatory to select MySQL for SNA database. but the installed NMS still need to be configured to be able to start./ExecCommand. PKT. WDM System Configuration: Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.." > /tmp/script.. N.<nmsuser> # echo "ALTER PROFILE DEFAULT LIMIT PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME UNLIMITED....<nmsuser> # cd <ORACLE_PHYSICAL_INSTANCE_DIR>/script \[Enter] . ... On “ALL” NMS applications (SDH/NPR. NPR System Configuration: – Update_Integration Subsystem is mandatory and must be selected for configuration .<NMS_USER> \[Enter] .." > /tmp/script.<nms>.. PKT. rm /tmp/script.B. WDM): The following manual work around for the Database must be applied on all configured NMS applications.sh -t SQL -u sys -r sysdba /tmp/ script....<nms>. N..B.sql \[Enter] Example: .$$. rm /tmp/script.sql .

refer to “1350OMS-HA User Guide" for more information. N. 1350OMS-HA requires it's own system configuration.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 103/176 .B.– Remember to assign the value “NEW” to MAPIM database configuration if you have already assing the value “NEW” to the ORACLE database configuration. Installation Guide .

1 SDH / WDM error During SDH and/or WDM System Configuration. an error like the following one could appear : ERROR: : RETURN CODE...6.11 104/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .1 System Configuration trouble shutting 2. if the file OracleInt.1.executing Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.log contains the following error message: REVOKE EXECUTE ON UTL_HTTP FROM PUBLIC * ERROR at line 1: ORA-00060: deadlock detected while waiting for resource Redo System Configuration with DATABASE parameter set to OLD.: 1 ERROR: : .5.5.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .ORACLE-DB In this case..2.ORACLE-configORACLE completed with error DB_CREATE . .

you have to edit /etc/hosts and remove the hostname.2. OSI TL1 OSI CMISE (*) TNA with TL1/OSI available only on eOMS N. TNA-OSI and Necom are mutually exclusive. for the LAN adapter different than lan0. 4. Lan card configuration 1350OMS Rel 9. SNMP. N. LAN card configurable for all the NA Table 9.B.B. OSI LAN not sharable CNA can not share the LAN with other OSI NA SNA TNA (*) CNA IP IP.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 105/176 . The hereafter table summarizes some rules. single instance No specific constraint for LAN assignement (LAN1 to LANn).Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. CNA-EML. 2. CNA doesn’t support multiinstance Installation Guide . Lan card configuration Adapter Stack Protocols Constrains Necom/Q3 OSI Q3 CMISE Necom can not share the LAN with other OSI NA RFC1006 GRE (= Ip over OSI tunnel support) TL1. IP stack available on all LANs Generally reserved for communication with other servers First set of (4) LAN ports (in bundle) Second set of (4) LAN ports. Free LAN assignment. After the LAN adapter configuration. Table 8. Moreover.6. additional (with exceptions of OMS Duplex ones where MSAs do not allow such expansions) could run on same machine with a CNA-EML.2 LAN Assignment All LAN adapters that have to be used by Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS must be properly configured with HP System Administration Manager (SAM). CLI OSI stack available only on eOMS.6 Adapter/LAN LAN01 LAN1 LAN2 LAN32 LAN4 LAN5 LAN6 LAN73 Necom/Q3 SNA TNA CNA-EML4 1. 3. each LAN adapter rule has to be defined depending by the NMS that have to be installed and the available LAN adapters.5.

Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . hereafter the detailed description divided by NMS.11 106/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .2.1 Special Instruction for SDH.6 NMS Special Installation Instruction Some NMS require some more action after the install and custom execution. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. 2.6.6. NPR SDH/NPR support only Oracle configuration.

11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 107/176 . First of all you have to draw a clear picture of starting and final configurations. hosta SDH Client EML Client hostb SDH Master EML Client hostc EML Master Figure 16. Just to better understand the sequence of activity we can considering a common network management configuration shown in Figure 16. but it requires to operate on many machine. then repeat start replication. The white arrows shows the client-master relationship when the NOC is operational. Starting from the network management shown in Figure 16.2.1 1350OMS-HA Specific Instructions The 1350OMS-HA NMC installation on board of an existing NMS does not involve only the system itself.6. the striped ones when the DRC takes the control. To be able to install and configure the 1350OMS-HA you have to identify the machine that has to be subjected to high availability protection. 2.2. including the spare system that are specifically requested in addition. them will be defined as “Network Operation Center" (in the example hostb and hostc). “Disaster Recovery Center". whit the client-master relationship shown by the arrows. the suggested 1350OMS-HA configuration is shown by Figure 17. Installation Guide . Start replication fails the first time the action is launched after HA bench installation. The picture distinguishes among “Network Operation Center". and presentation machines that do not require protection.2 Special Instruction for HA On 1350OMS systems with HA installed or planned in the future.6.6. and machine that do not belong to them (presentation machines). LDAP DB must be distributed. the second time it works correctly. Add 1350OMS-HA Starting configuration Example The figure shows three machines working together.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.

hosta 1350OMS-HA SDH Client EML Client hostb 1350OMS-HA SDH Master EML Client hostb1 1350OMS-HA SDH Master EML Client hostc 1350OMS-HA EML Master hostc1 1350OMS-HA EML Master Network Operation Centre Disaster Recovery Centre Figure 17.4.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .2. 3) Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.1 “Install NMS or NMC" at page 96. and shut down the applications.6.11 108/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . on each system proceed this way: 1) 2) Login the system as TMN administrator (alcatel user). Add 1350OMS-HA Final configuration Example 2. b) Operate on NOC Machines.2. and 1350OMS-HA US instance for each client referring a resilient IM. operating like a new fresh installation.2. a) Operate on DRC Machines: 1) Install and customize new DRC machines (hostb1 and hostc1) with the same configuration of the related companions adding the 1350OMS-HA function referring the installation chapter of this document. Predispose the system for 1350OMS-HA SWP and create a 1350OMS-HA IM instance for each local NMS IM instance subjected to resilience protection.1 How to install 1350OMS-HA This paragraph provides the guidelines for installing 1350OMS-HA on an existing TMN system referring the previous example. Install 1350OMS-HA following the instruction shown by paragraph 2.6.1.

or PKT – A SDH Master is installed with one of the following NMS Master: or PKT a) For each PKT Master subjected to resilience protection.2 Customize and Configure 1350OMS-HA in distributed configuration. For each SDH Master subjected to resilience protection.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 109/176 Installation Guide . Customize again the SDH specifying “Master-Client" as “System_Instance_Rule" 2.2.6.2.2.2.1. (see b) c) 2) 3) Create an additional PKT Client instance file system as shown at paragraph 2.6.1.2. For each NMS Master subjected to resilience protection: 1) Update instance data description including 1350OMS-HA by entering: ..4) Execute any foreseen pre-customization actions for 1350OMS-HA following the instruction of paragraph “Customize NMS" 2. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. execute the following procedure: 1) Create an additional SDH Client instance file system as shown at paragraph 2. when there is no PKT Master cohosted. Customize again the PKT specifying “Master-Client" as “System_Instance_Rule" 2.3 Customize and Configure 1350OMS-HA in cohosted configuration.6. Customize and Configure 1350OMS-HA in cohosted configuration. execute the procedure described at paragraph 2. 5) 2.root # /alu/Kernel/script/updateInstance.1.2 at page 98 for more information).2.2 “Customize and Configure 1350OMS-HA in distributed configuration" . For each SDH Master subjected to resilience protection.4.8.2 at page 98. (see 4) 5) Configure 1350OMS-HA subsystem in the scope of instance process configuration for each NMS IM subjected to resilience protection (refer to “1350OMS-HA Administration Guide" for more information).2. execute the procedure described at paragraph 2.6.4.2.1 “Manage NMS Master-Client cohosted“ at page 81.sys.2.2.pl \[Enter] -sys <NMS_SYSTEM> -inst <NMS_INSTANCE> -type NMC \[Enter] -comp HA -skipconfig[Enter] Configure 1350OMS-HA subsystem in the scope of instance process configuration for each NMS IM subjected to resilience protection (refer to “1350OMS-HA Administration Guide" for more information).2.8.2.1.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .. Customize and Configure 1350OMS-HA in Presentation only configuration.1 “Manage NMS Master-Client cohosted“ at page 81.2 “Customize and Configure 1350OMS-HA in distributed configuration" . 2) 2.2 at page 98 for more information)..6. with the exception that you have to reply “no[Enter]" at the custom execution question: NOTE: Do you want to execute <NMS/NMC name> Custom? [y|n|q] Depending by the NMS/NMC instance type present on the machine. This paragraph is applicable to Alcatel-Lucent TMN system where there is just one NMS Master installed on the system or and PKT cohosted. when any PKT Master is cohosted. This paragraph is applicable to Alcatel-Lucent TMN system where: – A EML Master is installed with one of the following NMS Master: SDH.4. execute the procedure described in one of the following paragraphs: Customize and Configure 1350OMS-HA in distributed configuration.

sys.2.11 110/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ..2.pl \ [Enter] -sys <NMS_SYSTEM> -inst <NMS_INSTANCE> -type NMC \ [Enter] -comp HA -skipconfig [Enter] Configure the 1350OMS-HA within the NMS instance by entering: .8...sys.. For each NMS Client referring a NMS Master subjected to resilience protection: 1) Update instance data description including 1350OMS-HA by entering: . execute the following procedure: 1) Create an additional EML Client instance file system as shown at paragraph 2.4 Customize and Configure 1350OMS-HA in Presentation only configuration. <NMS Instance ID>means the instance ID number.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS . when any NMS Master is cohosted.2.2 page 98 for more information). 2) 3) 2.6/Presentation/HA/etc/OSResSystemConfig [Enter] 2) Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.1 “Manage NMS Master-Client cohosted“ at page 81..6..1.6.root # /usr/Systems/EML_3_9... Customize again the EML specifying “Master-Client" as “System_Instance_Rule" (see at 2.2. <NMS Version>means the NMS version (example: 9.root # /usr/Systems/<NMS_INSTANCE>_Presentation/HA/etc/OSResSystemConfig [Enter] Where: <NMS Instance >has to be replace with the NMS instance root directory.sys.6) Example: . This paragraph is applicable to Alcatel-Lucent TMN system where there is only NMS Client installed.d) For each EML Master subjected to resilience protection. that is defined by the following information: <NMS Name>_<NMS Instance ID>-<NMS Version> Where: <NMS Name> means the NMS name (example: EML).4.. Configure 1350OMS-HA subsystem in the scope of instance process configuration for each NMS IM subjected to resilience protection (refer to “1350OMS-HA Administration Guide" for more information).root # /alu/Kernel/script/updateInstance.

9 Mandatory W/A Meaningful only for server where PKT is installed. and before START them.2.root # /alu/Kernel/script/KernelServices start [Enter] 2.xml” so that it change from: <value>PKT_<id>_9.sys.. Login the system as root user and modify the file “/usr/Systems/Global_Instance-9.sys.6</value> to <value>Global_Instance_9. it is recommended to stop then start Kernel Services by exewcuting. Login as root user.root # /alu/Kernel/script/KernelServices stop [Enter] .6/WebDesktop/ FMCOMMON/conf/externalNavigation. you must be sure that all systems involved are already installed.8. execute the following W/A in order to make menu correct.sh [Enter] The procedure will apply automatically all the necessary integrations.. EVT GUI has External Applications menu grayed.1 Final Integration&Federation Script On each just installed machine: 1) Before start.root # /alu/Install_Wizard/etc/1350_Integration-Federation. 2) 3) 2.. you have to perform the special instructions and run final integration&federation script! 2.. Start the global integration&federation script by executing the following procedure.Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.7 Stop/Start Kernel Services Before starting NMS components processes. by root.sys.8 Integration & Federation VERY IMPORTANT!! When all the TNM machines have been installed and configured in stand-alone. the following commands: .6. customized and configured by system configuration tool... .6</value> Installation Guide ..11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 111/176 .. To easy identify the potential involved system opening the “TMN OS" tool available on display front panel of any Alcatel-Lucent NMS operator session..

...11 112/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .sys.cfg [Enter] 2.2 GUI servers If GUI servers aren’t connected perform the following action: a) Select from the menu bar Tools => Servers => Connect and start the not connected servers... .root # scDisableGoGlobal [Enter] .root # scDisableSSH [Enter] 2....Volume 1: HPUX Install and Customize 1350OMS .6.11 Mandatory W/A for Application Start-up 2.sys./config_NECOM.root # cd /usr/Systems/EML_<id>/NECOM/script [Enter] . Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2.10 Disable network root access In order to restore appropriate security level you have now to disable root connections via network by executing the following procedure: a) Login system a root user.1 EML RetixStack If EML RetixStack can’t bring up.sys.11.11.root # ..sys.... . execute the following commands: a) Login system a root user.pl EML <id> /usr/Systems/EML_<id>/Kernel/data/ProcessList.

6.B. it is possible to start a connection in two different ways. A window will be displayed. Therefore.. In case of first connection of the PC to a 1350OMS machine. – Web Desktop modality: by accessing to Web Desktop starting a web browser and connecting to the HP-UX server with 1350OMS-HPUX software installed.6 available mechanism to access to 1350OMS Network Management software GUI's by a PC connected in the internet. execute the following steps. . N. asking for directories to be used for Java temporary files and cache: if default locations are changed.B..B. If the PC was previously used to connect to other 1350OMS machines remember to cleanup the Web Desktop cache and runtime directories. consider that some minutes will be necessary to download on the PC the Java software that must run locally on the PC: wait until the operation is completed. connection is supported only by supplying IP address of server LAN 0 (zero) port.: provisioning.3 Web Desktop and Client PC 3.. having a PC able to connect to a HP-UX server with 1350OMS-HPUX software installed.Volume 1: HPUX Web Desktop and Client PC Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. A web portal will be displayed.g.B.).1 Web Desktop Web Desktop is the NR9. This modality has to be used for normal 1350OMS Network Management software use (e. 3.1. allowing to enter within the web desktop Installation Guide . If hostname is specified (instead of IP address). N. alarms supervision. This behaviour will be adopted for ALL GUI's that will be started for the first time. N. customization and configuration and in order to get access to any GUI's which are not compatible to Web Desktop. This modality has to be used for SW installation. then be sure to specify DIFFERENT directories for temporary files and for cache.1 Connection to Web Desktop In order to connect to Web Desktop. Start the web browser program on the PC and specify in the address field the IP address of the 1350OMS HP-UX server machine to be connected. – XT emulation modality: by starting a X terminal emulation using GoGlobal UX. N.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 113/176 . some application could not behave correctly.

Web Desktop password Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.B. informing that security initialization has been completed (~ 1-2 minutes) it is necessary that PC date and time are aligned to the HP-UX server. otherwise some applications (e. Click to Enter. please wait until another popup window is opened.B. Figure 19. Web Desktop Login N. for security reason it will be requested to setup a new password. N. at first login. a popup window will be opened.Volume 1: HPUX Web Desktop and Client PC .BEFORE OPENING ANY GUI. informing that security initialization is on-going .: PMC GUI) will not start and/or will not work correctly.6.11 114/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . Insert Username and Password to enter. N. Once the web portal window is displayed on the PC.Figure 18.g. so that the differences is no more than 5 minutes.B. Do not use the " (quotes) character for Web Desktop operator password.

3.6.8 GHz clock Memory: Minimum: 2GB RAM – Suggested: 3GB RAM Hard Disk available space: 10GB Software requirements: Operating System: Pre-installed SW: Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or higher. c) d) Locate and select “Advanced” tab and click on “Setting” button in “Performance” section.1 Pagefile configuration review Windows Pagefile must be increased to 4GB following this procedure: a) b) Open Windows “Control Panel” and look for “System” icon. Installation Guide .6 3. Double click on System icon to open “System Properties” window.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 115/176 .Volume 1: HPUX Web Desktop and Client PC Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Internet Explorer 7 JRE 1.2.1.2 Client PC The minimum HW configuration for PCs is defined as follows: Processor: Intel Dual Core processor . In “Performance Options” window click on “Change” button shown in “Virtual Memory” section.

11 116/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .Volume 1: HPUX Web Desktop and Client PC .6.e) In “Virtual Memory” window change both initial and maximum size to 4092. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.

then consider that java applications started by Internet will no more run by the proxy. This can be obtain via Distributed Name Service (DNS) when configured.2.B.6. If shown recommended value is higher then 4092. After this configuration.2 Host Configuration In order to have full access to 1350 OMS GUI's via Web Desktop.N.B.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 117/176 . if Internet is configured with navigation by a proxy. Installation Guide . open on your PC: Control Panel -> Java -> Network Settings Select: Direct connection Apply the configuration (clicking on OK button) N.Volume 1: HPUX Web Desktop and Client PC Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. set the reccomanded value instead. or adding the HP-UX server hostname / IP address in the following file: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts N. In order to do this. This requires the MS Windows Administrator rights In order to have a fast and reliable connection between Java renderer applications running on the PC and the applications running on the HP-UX server. it is strongly recommended to configure Java so that proxy is not used.B. the PC must be configured so that the HP-UX server can be identified with hostname. 3.

Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.1 WebEnabler cache Before to open a Web Desktop connection from a PC to the upgraded server. runtime and web directories.B.1.6.3.11 118/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .1 Cleanup Cache Directory Remove the directory “C\tmp\cacheDir”.3.xml” the correct name of directory.Volume 1: HPUX Web Desktop and Client PC .2 Cleanup Runtime Directory Remove the directory “C\tmp\runtimeDir”.1. 3.3. 3. Verify in the file “C:\web\LsmBinder\conf\paramsetting.3. N.3 Troubleshooting 3. it is strongly recommended to cleanup PC Web Desktop cache.

The following message will be issued when an error is met during the automatic software installation. check log file in /SCINSTALL/scinstall.log *************************************************************************** N.1 Identify a Failure Condition Before proceed with the troubleshooting it is suggested to identify the problem. 4. Some system reboot are foreseen to correctly carry on the installation.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 119/176 .Volume 1: HPUX Trouble Shooting Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. **************** THIS SYSTEM IS NOT CORRECTLY INSTALLED ***************** To fix the problem. it is stored in some “dump" files automatically restored by the installation procedure.6.4 Trouble Shooting Here after is shown how to solve some trouble can occur during the installation. it just advise you that an installation activity is in progress. These is a messages issued at login time to advise the operator that an installation activity is in progress: ********************* WAIT . check the log file in /SCINSTALL/scinstall. please wait ***** Installation Guide . The HP-UXTM installation will be completed when the following message will be shown on the console: ******* The HP-UX software has been successfully restored ******* But the error recovery will be possible only after the first reboot of the system performed just after the message: ***** The System reboots automatically. that means don't worry if the system reboot automatically. and how to proceed when possible.log *************************************************************************** This is not an error message. 4.2 Failure installing a HP-UX HP-UXTM Operating System is the first software installed. in this case it is better wait until the activity will be terminated. A fault during the HP-UXTM installation can not be recovered the installation have to be started from the beginning.B. It also important to distinguish between messages issued during the normal behavior and real error messages.INSTALLATION IN PROGRESS ******************* Do not alter environment.

sys.in_progress [Enter] . action on the target depot.root # mv <file_name>.1 Recoverable Faults Installing Software Recoverable are the faults occurred before the start of installation. then recover the fault trying to preform again the failed action following this procedure: – – Logging the system as “root" user.Volume 1: HPUX Trouble Shooting .log file: ======= 08/05/03 16:41:44 METDST BEGIN swinstall SESSION (non-interactive) (jobid=tlvhhx-0027) * Session started for user "root@tlvhhx"..3..11 120/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ..3 Recoverable Faults Hereafter some example of recoverable error that can occur during platform software installation...6..in_progress <file_name> [Enter] – Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.in_progress" and rename it removing extension “.root # ls *..4.). do not attempt fix the error in different ways. ERROR: More information may be found in the daemon logfile on this target (default location is tlvhhx:/var/adm/sw/swagentd. in this case the following message will be shown at login time: ******************* THIS SYSTEM IS NOT CORRECTLY INSTALLED ******************* To fix the problem. check the log file in /SCINSTALL/scinstall. ======= 08/05/03 16:41:44 METDST END swinstall SESSION (non-interactive) (jobid=tlvhhx-0027) EXIT CODE: 1 SCinstall: Error end SCINSTALL In this case you have to identify the reason of the fault (example: cd-rom switched of. If no one of them help you to fix the problem.root # cd /SCINSTALL/execution [Enter] Locate the file “*. 4. etc. A read or write lock was denied. * Beginning Selection ERROR: "tlvhhx:/": This target or source is already in use either within this same session or by another session. Change the default directory on “/SCINSTALL/execution": . * Selection had errors.sys.sys. remove it.. or during the analysis.. but refer to Alcatel-Lucent Technical Excelence Center.log).in_progress" : .log *************************************************************************** An example is the following messages in the /SCINSTALL/scinstall. * Target connection failed for "tlvhhx:/".

the installation is interrupted and the following message is issued each time you login the system: **************** THIS SYSTEM IS NOT CORRECTLY INSTALLED ***************** Error during execution of scextendfs.sys.env to prevent the deletion retry at the next reboot..error_msg to remove the message to remove the message at login time.SCstdinstall [Enter] – If chosen software location is no more available.SCstdinstall.log" file to know which is the meet problem and how to fix it before proceed..11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 121/176 .3.reboot to prevent the deletion retry at the next reboot..Volume 1: HPUX Trouble Shooting Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.d/S099scextendfs.env to prevent the extension retry at the next reboot.. you can change it using scChangeSource script..root # ls *. 4. When the error has been recovered remove the following files: – – – /SCINSTALL/scextendfs.sys. /sbin/rc3. Installation Guide . When the error has been recovered remove the following files: – – – /SCINSTALL/scdeletefs.in_progress [Enter] 01001SC. /SCINSTALL/data/scextendfs.6. /SCINSTALL/data/scdeletefs. /sbin/rc1.SCstdinstall.2 Failure in File System Deletion If an error occurs deleting a file system.3.log ************************************************************************** Look at the “/SCINSTALL/scinstall.in_progress 01001SC.log ************************************************************************** Look at the “/SCINSTALL/scinstall.• for example: .reboot to prevent the extension retry at the next reboot.d/S999scdeletefs. check the log file in /SCINSTALL/scinstall. the installation is interrupted and the following message is issued each time you login the system: **************** THIS SYSTEM IS NOT CORRECTLY INSTALLED ***************** Error during execution of scextendfs. 4. that allows to review your previous choice.log" file to know which is the meet problem and how to fix it before proceed.1 Failure in File System Extension If an error occurs extending a file system..1. Reboot the system to allow the correct – The procedure will try again the installation of the failed package.in_progress .1.root # mv 01001SC.error_msg to remove the message to remove the message at login time. check the log file in /SCINSTALL/scinstall.reboot To fix the problem.reboot To fix the problem.

sys.3. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.1 Pending Installation Process At start-up time “scmanageswp" checks if there is any pending installation process. the situation in which is possible to operate to exit from the error are the following: • The procedure exit with error because there is a pending installation process in progress. in this case you have to manually unlock the synchronization mechanism. 4.sys.1 at page 120... Multi activation is not allowed !!! =>>> ERROR : Current program terminated. Execute the work-around describes on paragraph 4..1.root # export UNIX95=true [Enter] ..3.Volume 1: HPUX Trouble Shooting .2 scmanageswp Abnormally Terminated “scmanageswp“uses a flag directory to prevent multiple execution from different shells.scswpsession [Enter] Then start again “scmanageswp". see paragraph 4. Be careful.2.sys.2 Recoverable Faults Managing SWP “scmanageswp" script can exit for some reason. for example when it is executed via telnet and a3 network failure abnormally terminated the connection.root # ps -fC scmanageswp [Enter] N. If “ps" command does not issue any line you can proceed with the manual unlock by entering the command: .11 122/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . =>>> ERROR : SCINSTALL System startup script file detected.root # rm -r /tmp/. if you start the script when another it is already running it will terminate issuing the message: =>>> ERROR : SCMANAGESWP procedure already running on system.. This indicate a pending installation process !!! =>>> ERROR : Current program terminated. see paragraph 4.6. Before proceed with the unlock you have to check there are no other “scmanageswp" running instance by entering the commands: .4.. May occurs the flag directory it is not removed..for recover the mistake. double check the command before press [Enter].2.3.2.2.. because the “ps" command parameter can not be checked.B. The procedure has been abnormally terminated.2. • 4.3.3..3.

sys. could be displayed the following error message: ERROR: cd label is blank (environment variable $SCI_KIT_LAB) In this case.root# .. is necessary to execute the following commands: a) Dismount the DVD currently mounted by entering: .11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 123/176 ....sh <NMS/MNC name> -cdrom [Enter] b) c) d) e) Installation Guide . Mount the DVD at /SD_CDROM directory: .sh <NMS/MNC name> -cdrom" to install a generic NMS/NMC Software (1350OMS-EML.2. Insert the Software Distribution DVD in the DVD driver. 1350OMS-SDH./Install. etc..3 Install. Using the command "Install.4.root # mount -o rr /dev/scdvd /SD_CDROM [Enter] Start again the installation script entering: .) from DVD.Volume 1: HPUX Trouble Shooting Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9..sh Abnormally Terminated Meaningful during an installation from DVD only..sys.6..3.root# umount /SD_CDROM [Enter] Remove the DVD from the driver..sys.

4.4 Kerberos Problems
There are two Kerberos known problems with possible troubleshooting.

4.4.1 Kerberos kdcd Process Not Running
It has been experienced the failure of Kerberos kdcd daemon process, the result of this failure is that no activities can be performed on the system. To check if the kdcd process is running you can enter the command: ...,sys,root # ps -edf | grep kdcd[Enter] The output have to be like: ,sys,root # ps -edf root 573 1 root 916 573 root 9416 9363

| 0 0 0

grep kdcd 12:20:23 ? 0:01 /opt/krb5/sbin/kdcd -l /dev/null 12:20:27 ? 0:04 /opt/krb5/sbin/kdcd -l /dev/null 16:21:30 pts/ta 0:00 grep kdcd

The first work-around applicable is try to start it again by entering the command: ...,sys,root # /sbin/init.d/krbsrv start [Enter] If after the manual re-start the process is not able to stay running, check the size of the file “/opt/krb5/tmp/ pf/kdcd.pid" . If it is zero byte length you have to delete it and the file “/vat/tmp/rc_krbkdcd“ one: ...,sys,root # rm /opt/krb5/tmp/pf/kdcd.pid [Enter] ...,sys,root #rm /var/tmp/rc_krbkdcd [Enter] Then try again to start kdcd. ...,sys,root # /sbin/init.d/krbsrv start [Enter]

4.4.2 Kerberos kdcd High CPU Consuming
Has been observed that some times the kdcd process spends a long time to startup at CPU bound, the resulting behavior is like the kdcd fail show in the previous paragraph, but the kdcd process is running CPU bound (with top command it is shown with a CPU percent usage higher than 90%). In this case you have to check the size of the file “/vat/tmp/rc_krbkdcd", if it is larger than 10Mbyte you have to: a) b) Login as root user. Stop the kdcd process by entering the command: ...,sys,root # /sbin/init.d/krbsrv stop [Enter] Remove the “/vat/tmp/rc_kbrkdcd" file: ...,sys,root #rm /var/tmp/rc_krbkdcd [Enter] Start the kdcd process by entering the command: ...,sys,root # /sbin/init.d/krbsrv start [Enter]

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4.5 Device Full
Sometimes a file systems can get full, this situation can occur because different reasons, hereafter some of them are explain.

4.5.1 Device Full on /var Mounted File System
If the space on /var mounted file system is over, you can get same extra space by removing the patch saved files. N.B. If you remove the patch saved files, no one of these patches could be removed any more.

To remove these files you have to: a) b) Login the system as “root" user, Remove the files by entering: ...,sys,root # rm -r /var/adm/sw/save/*[Enter] Cleanup the patch status by entering: ...,sys,root # cleanup -s [Enter]

c)

4.5.2 Device full on /usr and /home
These two file systems can get full because of core file created by program termination, in this case is suggested to remove or copy in a different location the core files. If the core file removal is not enough to reach an appreciable amount of free space, it is possible to extend the file system. The file system extension can be executed when there are not allocated physical extent on the logical volume or there are unused hard disks, and it is possible to perform a reboot of the system. The command “scextendfs -i" can be used to check how many free Mbyte are still available on the current volume group configuration. ...,sys,root # scextendfs -i [Enter] The command output will be like the following: ___________________________________________________________________________ Volume Group Free Space vg00 FreePE 172 (MBytes 11008) (pvg0=172) ___________________________________________________________________________ Hardware detection in progress, please wait ........ Total disk(s) found = 6 Total CDRoms found = 1 Press [Enter] to continue...

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___________________________________________________________________________ Disks Selection ___________________________________________________________________________ Device MByte Hardware Path Usage Type VolGroup ___________________________________________________________________________ c2t0d0 34720 0/1/1/0.0.0 Pri_Boot _Main_ vg00 c2t1d0 34720 0/1/1/0.1.0 _(free)_ ______ __________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Press [Enter] to continue... N.B. If you have a disk mirror protection, the file system extension can ask for more than one disk.

Before proceed within a 1350OMS-HA Data Sharing environment you have to check that the disks you want to use are not already in use from a different system. If all precondition are met, you can enlarge the file system by entering the command: ...,sys,root # scextendfs <file system mount point> <desired free space> [Enter] Analyze Mount Point:"/usr" Request free MegaByte(s): 100 Evaluate size MegaByte(s): 1248 Extend Mount Point "/usr" to 1248 MByte "/usr" successfully extended, new size will be available on next reboot ___________________________________________________________________________ System need reboot x complete extension of file system current in use ___________________________________________________________________________ The message “System need reboot x complete extension of file system current in use" means that the extension will not available until system reboot.

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root # init q [Enter] Installation Guide .6.. Ask again init to re-read the configuration file by entering: .root # init q [Enter] Restore back the keyword “respawn" instead of “once" just modified.. Ask init to re-read the configuration file by entering: .. it this case can be useful perform the following procedure: a) b) c) d) e) Login the system as “root" user.4.sys.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 127/176 ..6 Inittab Process Not restarting Sometimes the processes specified in “/etc/inittab" file whit option “respawn" are not re-spawned correctly. Replace the keyword “respawn" with “once" in the line corresponding to the not started process.sys...Volume 1: HPUX Trouble Shooting Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.

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sys.root # ioscan -fnkCdisk Class I H/W Path Driver S/W State H/W Type Description ====================================================================== disk 0 0/0/1/1..11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 129/176 ..2.12.0 sdisk CLAIMED DEVICE SEAGATE ST39236LC /dev/dsk/c4t9d0 /dev/rdsk/c4t9d0 disk 5 0/7/0/0. First of all you have to login the system as root user.8.. Installation Guide .Volume 1: HPUX System Tips Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. and enter the following ioscan command: .13.root # diskinfo /dev/rdsk/c3t2d0 SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c3t2d0: vendor: HP product id: DVD-ROM 305 type: CD-ROM size: 584768 Kbytes bytes per sector: 2048: The correct device type have to be CD-ROM.2.sys.9.2.0 sdisk CLAIMED DEVICE HP DVD-ROM 305 /dev/dsk/c3t2d0 /dev/rdsk/c3t2d0 disk 3 0/4/0/0.0 sdisk CLAIMED DEVICE SEAGATE ST39236LC /dev/dsk/c5t12d0 /dev/rdsk/c5t12d0 disk 6 0/7/0/0.6.root # diskinfo /dev/rdsk/<device file> The diskinfo command related to the previous example will be: .. . A.0 sdisk CLAIMED DEVICE SEAGATE ST39204LC /dev/dsk/c1t2d0 /dev/rdsk/c1t2d0 disk 1 0/0/2/0. hereafter the procedure to know it.0 sdisk CLAIMED DEVICE SEAGATE ST39204LC /dev/dsk/c2t2d0 /dev/rdsk/c2t2d0 disk 2 0/0/2/1.1 Find the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Device File Some activities require to know with is the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM device drive.root# ioscan -fnC disk [Enter] The ioscan command output will be like this one: .Appendix A System Tips In this appendix some system tips are show.sys.0 sdisk CLAIMED DEVICE SEAGATE ST39236LC /dev/dsk/c5t13d0 /dev/rdsk/c5t13d0 You have to identify a CD-ROM or a DVD-ROM device in the description column.0 sdisk CLAIMED DEVICE SEAGATE ST39236LC /dev/dsk/c4t8d0 /dev/rdsk/c4t8d0 disk 4 0/4/0/0.sys.. Then you can double check the device file by entering the diskinfo command with the raw device associate to it.

2.2 System Halt The system shutdown command allows to perform the system switch off. and the second have to be used when you have to switch off the system power supply. because it halts the system. This activity allows to stop the entire system by executing the shutdown procedure of each software component.root # shutdown -r now [Enter] A.6. the most used are “-r" and “-h" . by entering: ...root # shutdown -h now [Enter] N.. Wait until the “RUN" lamp is switched off or the system status gets in “SHUT" on the front display before switch off the power supply...1 System Shutdown with Reboot The system shutdown command allows to perform the system reboot.A.sys. The shutdown command is allowed only by root user and foresees many switches.B.11 130/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . The first one performs the automatic reboot. A.sys. by entering: ..2. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2 System Shutdown To safety stop the system it is suggested to perform the system shutdown.Volume 1: HPUX System Tips .

where possible in RAID 1 configuration. the suggested configuration for 1350OMS is: RAID 1 using available hard disks in couple (bay: 8 and 7. The following picture shows the expected configuration for a system with 6x146GB hard disks: Installation Guide .B. ORCA activation procedure depends by server model.Volume 1: HPUX System Tips Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. The Smart Array disk configuration MUST be done before proceed in the hp-ux installation. It doesn’t allow changes without loosing the disk contents! To configure you can use “Smart Array Option ROM Configuration for Array” (ORCA) during the server boot. The following window will be show: N.08) 4 Logical Drives Press <F8> to run the Option ROM Configuration for Arrays Utility Press <ESC> to skip configuration and continue And press <F8> button in 5 seconds.A.6. Figure 20. Unfortunately.3. In case you loose the first message.). The recommended configuration foreseen three or four logical drive. you have to wait until the following message appear in console: HP Smart Array P400 Controller (version 2.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 131/176 .1 Activate ORCA on rx2660 and rx6600 During server boot sequece. it is possible to have a new one by accessing “EFI shell” and entring command: reconnect -r ORCA utility allows configuring the physical disks into logical drive with RAID 1 protection level. etc. A. Smart Array P400 Main Menu First of all check the current configuration moving the cursor on "View Logical Drive" and press [Enter]. 6 and 5.3 P400 and P410i Smart Arrays Configuration HP Smart Array controller implements many RAID disk protections at controller level. The terminal size must be set at least 25 rows and 80 columns otherwise the last bottom line will be hidden.

2 Activate ORCA on rx2800 Hereafter the procedure to activate ORCA on rx2800 server. Wait anti the following message will be displayed: Figure 22.11 132/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . a) b) Switch on the server with the console connected. rx2800 Boot Primary Menu Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. A. and set-up one corresponding to the available hard disk number. Smart Array View Configuration window If you don’t have one of the recommended logical drive configuration.3.6.Volume 1: HPUX System Tips . you have to remove any existing configuration (see “How to delete a Smart Array Logical Drive”).Figure 21.

g) Activate ORCA utiltiy by entering: drvcfg -s <device ID> <controller ID> Installation Guide . look at the line begin to read the device identifier shown in the first field.c) Enter “S” to access UEFI shell. UEFI drvcfg command examples. To see decice controller identifier. rx2800 UEFI shell prompt d) e) At UEFI shell prompt entrer command: drivers In the shown list identify the “Smart Array SAS Driver” line. Figure 23.6. enter command: drvcfg <device id> f) Figure 24.Volume 1: HPUX System Tips Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 133/176 .

Start the logical drive creation from the higher bay numbers.3 Smart Array Configuration Rule Hereafter the rules for Smart Array configuration: a) b) Create logical drive in RAID 1+0 configuration made up two physical drive. Smart Array P410i Main Menu A.Volume 1: HPUX System Tips .11 134/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .3. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6.Figure 25.

Volume 1: HPUX System Tips Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Be careful. you have to select “Create Logical Drive” and press [Enter].A. The following window will be display: Figure 26.6. and press <Space bar> each time (removing the X mark from the selection box). staring from ORCA main menu shown at Figure 20. so you have to move the cursor on the disks that have to be excluded.1 You have deselect all drive but disk pair candidate to be configured in the logical volume you are creating. Smart Array Create window . it will be assigned automatically as the lowest available. The following window will be display: Figure 27.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 135/176 .2 Installation Guide .3.. Smart Array Create window . the RAID will be automatically moved to RAID 1+0. Press [Enter] to confirm.4 Create RAID 1+0 Logical Drive To create new Logical Drive. there is no way to force the Logical Drive number.

The list of available Logical Drive will be shown: Figure 28. move the cursor on "Delete Logical Drive" and press [Enter]. then press [Enter] to return to main menu. the system will return to the BOOT sequence..6. The following window will show: Figure 29. Smart Array Delete window . Then press <Esc> to exit to Smart Array configuration. Smart Array Delete window .Volume 1: HPUX System Tips . then press [Enter] to return to main menu. Repeat all the same operations to configure all disks equipped.11 136/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . Do not execute this paragraph instructions if you are not sure that the system have to be installed from scratch.3.5 How to delete a Smart Array Logical Drive starting from the menu show at Figure 20. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. A.1 Move the cursor on the Logical Drive you want to delete and press <Esc>+8 (or <F8>) to start the delete action.Press <Esc>+8 (or <F8>) to confirm. The logical drive deletion destroys the entire disk contents.2 Press <Esc>+3 (or <F3>) to confirm.

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Insert the Bootable DVD in the device driver end mount it by entering: . A.2 Mirror Disk/UX Configuration Prerequisite To be able to properly configure Mirror Disk/UXTM you must be sure to have enough hard disk available to store another copy o the entire file system.4.sys.sd \* [Enter] When the system will prompt you for login check in /var/adm/sw/swagent.log for any error met in the software of patch installation. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.3 Mirror Disk/UX Installation When you not choose the mirror configuration the Mirror Disk/UXTM is not installed..4.4.root # mount -r /dev/scdvd /SD_CDROM [Enter] To Install the Mirror DIsk/UXTM you have to enter the following command. and the system shutdown due to two reboots... but be careful because the machine will be automatically rebooted: . Refer to paragraph 2.4 Installing and Configuring Mirror Disk/UX Sometimes the Mirror Disk/UXTM is not chosen at HP-UX installation time..sys. A. here the procedure to manually install it: a) b) c) Login the system as root and ask all the user to log out the system. in this case you can apply this procedure. and someone decide to install it later. A..A.13..Volume 1: HPUX System Tips .1.11 138/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .6.3 “Disk Mirror Configuration Policy" at page 48.1 Mirror Disk/UX Installation Prerequisite. The highest level of availability is reached by assigning hard disks belonging to different SCSI chains. The Mirror Disk/UXTM requires the appropriate HP license to authorize the its usage.root # swinstall -s /SD_CDROM/MirrorDisk.

P04. IRP360. IRP429. IRP434. IRP402.0.5. 9.6. IRP339. IRP394. IRP355. P04_B1 9. IRP388.0P25 9. P07. RP04. xNA_9.1. RP03.12 9. IRP397.6. P02. P01. P09 9.0P3+IRP364.4. IRP340.10 9. RP01. P03. IRP439. IRP385.0. IRP384.6. RP02.1 1350OMS Network Management composition table Table 10. IRP342.2. 9. IRP416.0. P05.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 139/176 . P02. IRP377.0.0. P04. IRP420.0. IRP324. IRP410.15 7. IRP332.1.0. P03. P01.13 9.6.1.020 9. P08. P06. P03.0P03. 1350OMS Network Management composition table Component / Application CFM CLI CLOG COMMONSVR CPB CPM-EML CPM-GS CPM-NML CSW EML Version 9.0. IRP364.0. DevBundle_020 9.Volume 1: HPUX Specific Data Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.0P02. IRP435.0.6_UX_D6.0.6. P02.0.14 9.6. TEMPLATEDB_9. IRP328.1.0.2. xNA_9. P01.0.6_UX_D6. IRP411. IRP436.6. RP05 EOMS ETH-MEDIATOR FTSGUISVR HA INSTALLER IOO Installation Guide . IRP369.6. IRP419.6.0.6. P05_B1 9.0. P03_B1 9.0 P07 9.0P01. P01.0. IRP393.6. IRP428.6_UX_D6.5.2 9.0. IRP348.4. IRP437.0. IRP387.6. IRP423. P02. DevBundle_004 9. IRP405.Appendix B Specific Data B.0.6.6. IRP347.5.6. IRP359.0.

2. DevBundle_016. RP04.7 9. P05.0 P10 9.B1 9.6.1. P16. P27. TEMPLATEDB_9.RP1. P07. P02.0.11 140/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . P08.1.6.6. P24.0P12+RP1+RP2+RP3+RP4+RP5 6. 1.0 9. P02.2.35P01 8. 2. P06.6.0. P03.1. RP01. P26. 1. RP05.0.5.5.0. P05 9.2.6.0.1.1.6. RP02. P01.0.1.6.P10.6.09 9.0.6.2.0.2.0P13.1.6.6-1.1. P06.1.0. (_INT) SDH/NPR SWPDESC SY TOPOGUISVR WDM Platform / Install_Wizard MW_OS SCBackup INSTALL_WIZARD INSTALL_WIZARD_CMD 9.5.6. -RP01.6_UX_D6.8. P01.80. (6.0.1.18) 9. P27-RP01 1.6. P23.2-12Q-DB001 Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.0. P15.2. P04. P25.1. P07_B1.0.6.Volume 1: HPUX Specific Data .4 3.0UX Version 9. TEMPLATEDB_9.5. P02. P01. P21. P17. P07-RP01_B1.6.1. RP03.4 9.0. P04.0. RP06 9.0. P19.6. P20. P05.6. SDH_TEMPLATEDB_9.0.21. P03.3 9.5.0P22 9. P22. P04.1.Component / Application ISN MAPIM MSGUI MW-INT NBI OLH PKT PNM-GS. -RP02.

6. 3/3 Software Platform.Dedicated FTP site 1. support in performing the installation. Three DVD 1/3. One DVD 1/1. One DVD 1/1.0.Volume 1: HPUX Specific Data Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. One DVD 1/1 1350OMS Applications. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.1-UX_IA1 8DG 42207 ABAA 01 1350OMS-MW_OS-Boot-V9.6.6.4-UX4 8DG 42209 AEAA 01 No DVD is foreseen.6.6. it is not an item support in performing the installation. hp-uxTM 11iV3 servers installation tool for PARisc Processor.11 Media codes DVD Label 1350OMS-MW_OS-Boot-V9. 3.0.1-UX_PA2 8DG 42234 AAAA 01 1350OMS-MW_OS-PLT-V9.it . 2/3.0.6.0.0. This item is used by ALU technical ordered from Alcatel-Lucent This item is used by ALU technical ordered from Alcatel-Lucent This item is used by ALU technical ordered from Alcatel-Lucent This item is used by ALU technical ordered from Alcatel-Lucent Description hp-uxTM 11iV3 servers installation tool for Itanium Processor. it is not an item Installation Guide . 2.0.6.2 Alcatel-Lucent DVD Codes The following provides the Alcatel-Lucent DVD codes of all media provided with 1350OMS 9.0. The software is available for download from: .alcatel. Software Platform. it is not an item support in performing the installation. it is not an item support in performing the installation.11 Table 11. 4.1-UX3 8DG 42209 ABAA 01 1350OMS-MW_OS-PLT-V9.0.ond.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 141/176 .technical Excellance Center: http://tec.B.

B. No instance is foreseen.6: MW_INTV9. the latter one identifies optional functionality separately sold.3. 1350OMS-HAV9.11 142/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . SDH Instance Definition: Identifier N_ ______ type: Master 2 Client 4 Client 8 Client 1350OMS-IOO V9.6. them have a specific predisposal activity that allow them the correct behavior.6 Instance Definition: Identifier N_ ______ type: Master Size: Small Medium Large 1350OMS-SDH V9. usually installed to provide additional feature only on an already installed NMS (or planned to be installed). The former class identifies systems that allow the Element Management (EML) or the Network Management (SDH.Volume 1: HPUX Specific Data . NMC Name NMS Dependencies. but it has to be always installed.6 EML.6 Instance Definition: Identifier N_ ______ type: Master Size: Small Medium Large B. in the following list the NMS that can be predisposed for 1350OMS 9.2 NMC Class The NMC are software components.6 This is the base platform for all the Alcatel-Lucent TNM Applications. 1350OMS-EML V9. 1350OMS-HA require the system predispose before installing them.3.6 Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6 Instance Definition: Identifier N_ ______ type: Master Size: Small Medium Large 1350OMS-PKT V9.3 NMS/NMC Specific Data Alcatel-Lucent Application Software is divided in two classes: Network Management Subsystem (NMS) and Network Management Components (NMC).PKT). PKT.1 NMS Class NMS are the basic items for installation purpose. B.

Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.Appendix C GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration C.2. we suggest Filezilla where is possible to define a SFTP connection to access server.1 GoGlobal-UX Installation on HP-UX System The GoGlobal-UX software is already installed on the HP-UX system foreseen for Alcatel-Lucent TMN application. Be careful that SSH usage can be forbidden to root user.2 GoGlobal-UX Installation on PC To install the software. If a previous version is found remove it by follow the instruction in paragraph “Automatic Removal of GoGlobal-UX/Previous Version" C. perform the following steps: GOGlobal-UX PC Client software is available as go_setup executable within /opt/graphon/pc/ directory. N.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 143/176 . When you have retrieved go_setup on you PC install it by follow hereafter procedure: a) b) Double click on the executable The “Install Shield Wizard" window will be opened: Figure 30. C. otherwise proceed with the next point.6.1 at page 146 . GoGlobal-UX Logo The installation application checks if there is a previous version installed.B. this can be done by installing on you PC a tool that allow such a transfer. c) The next window will be opened showing the welcome message: Installation Guide . to retrieve it you must use a secure connection via SSH.

f) The “Install Shield Wizard Complete " window will be opened: Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Wait a few seconds the install procedure. Wait a few seconds the install procedure.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration .Click on Next to go on. d) The “License Agreement" window will be opened: Click on Yes to go on.6. e) The “Destination Location" window will be opened: Choose your destination location and click on Next to go on.11 144/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .

GoGlobal-UX will open a connection with the configured machine.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 145/176 .6. Installation Guide . The “Authentication" window will be opened You have to insert: Username Password Click on OK.Click on Finish to go on.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Click on Connect. g) The “Connection" window will be opened You have to insert the Server Address of the machine that you want to be connected to.

" button. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.11 146/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .6.1 Automatic Removal of GoGlobal-UX/Previous Version If installing GoGlobal-UX a previous version in installed the application asks you the authorization to remove it by issuing the window: To upgrade the software press the “O.C.2. The the previous GoGlobal-UX will be removed from the PC. Then the script ask you to remove also the GoGlobal user setting.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration . When the removal will be completed the following window will be shown on the screen.K. You can now install the new version of the software by starting again the installation application. if you want to maintain the connection descriptions press “NO" button.

Get the hostname of the current machine: . in accordance with the following rules: – If you have three or more machines..11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 147/176 . for each of them you have to retrieve the machine identity by executing the following commands: a) b) Log in as root on the machine.root # /opt/graphon/bin/lmhostid [Enter] The obtained data will be used in a successive phase of the license request activity. The permanent licenses provided are network floating. C. When you have selected the license server machine(s).3.1 License servers definition rules Before to require the GoGlobal-UX license(s). you have to decide how many and what will be the license server machine(s) in your network.root # uname c) -n [Enter] Get the FLEXlm host ID of the current machine: .1 license are still useful for running GoGlobal-UX 2.sys.C.3. if in your network there are less than three nodes. and all the required licenses have to be loaded on that server. you have to define a the license server.2 Retrieve License Servers Identity Meaningful only for the license server machine(s). capable of issuing licenses. • the three license server machines should be located physically close to each other (if possible). you have to setup a “Three Redundant License Servers" configuration.sys.. With three-server redundancy.3. • never configure redundant servers with slow communications or dial-up links.3 GoGlobal-UX license The GoGlobal-UX X-Emulator for MicrosoftTM Windows personal computers requires to be authorized with a license key. all clients must have reliable networking to a single node.. The Bridges 1.. C.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6. in accordance with the following rules:.3. Since all clients must contact the 'master'.only one of the three servers is 'master'. Installation Guide . that means you need one or more “license server machine" in your network. – On the license server machine(s) will be loaded the license(s) data obtained as showed in the paragraph C.

you can to require the necessary license(s) to activate GoGlobal-UX on your machine(s) visiting the GraphOn Licensing web site through your web browser.. by typing one of following URLs: For three redundant: http://license.3.cgi For single node: http://license.S.graphon. Fill in the data.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration .C.graphon.com/user/ The following window will appear: Figure 31. (2) Leave it as “Not Specified" when the system is located outside of U. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.3 Permanent License Request Meaningful only for the license server machine(s). GraphOn License WEB Page Scroll down along the window using the scroll bar and fill the following fields about the required registration information: – – – – – – – – – Name (1) Company (1) Address & Address2(1) City (1) State/Province (2) Country (1) Postal Code (1) Phone (1) Email Address (1) (1) Introduce the data of the reference person near the customer or the your own ones. then click on Next> button to continue with the next window.A.11 148/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .com/user/redundant_pcode.6. After that.

The “License Information" window will appear dependig from the initial URL used to connect GraphOn WEB site: Figure 33.Software Agreement Scroll down until the bottom of the window using the scroll bar and click on I Accept button to continue.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 149/176 . GraphOn License WEB Page . GraphOn Info request window for Single server Installation Guide .The “Software Agreement" window will appear: Figure 32.

B. GraphOn Info request window for Three Redundant servers N. you have to repeat the following operations for each “Product Code" value indicated. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. and fill in the three couple of information: Hostname and Hostid with the data of each license server. you will obtain one or more NOT demo licenses.2) Now if you have the “Three Redundant License Servers" configuration you have to set “YES" in the box close to the label “Are you using redundant servers?".Figure 34.2) Host ID (see the paragraph C. If you have one or more “PURCHASED GraphOn LICENSE FOR ALCATEL USE OR RESALE" document.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration .3.11 150/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide . and click on Get License button to continue.6. Like this.3. Scroll down along the window using the scroll bar and fill the following fields: – – – Product Code (see the “Product Code" value on the “PURCHASED GraphOn LICENSE FOR ALCATEL USE FOR RESALE" document if present) Host Name (see the paragraph C.

that meas you have to promote one or three machines a License Server and all the other will be License Client. hereafter some information to help you to configure the GoGlobal-UXTM license files and daemons.3. To be able to use them you have to perform the following actions: 1) 2) 3) 4) Store the authorization key in the license file.4.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. Configure license client system(s) (if any) Installation Guide .License Output Example Put the showed data in the license file of the license server machine (see the paragraph C.3.1. provides both permanent or demo license.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 151/176 . Start the license server daemons.1 Permanent License GoGlobal-UXTM permanent licenses are provided as network floating point.4. if you are terminated.1) and click on the Back button to come back to the “Product Code" window to require (eventually) another license otherwise. C. click on File and Close option to exit from the web browser. Configure the license servers machine(s).4 GoGlobal-UX authorization procedure GraphOn Corp. C.3.6. GraphOn License WEB Page .Figure 35.

During the insertion of the license data.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration .1 Store the Authorization Key in the License File. # You can also add a port number after the hostid on # the "SERVER" line. like: # SERVER hostname.11 152/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .dat file with three servers and two licenses ("INCREMENT" options) defined: # NOTE: You can change the hostname on the "SERVER" line.root # vi /opt/graphon/etc/license.4.6.3.sys. you have to modify the line of SERVER definition adding the port number 27001 at the end-of-line (see example below).3 at page 148) in the /opt/graphon/etc/license..3. Example of /opt/graphon/etc/license.3.C. use the command (as root): . After that.dat [Enter] N..B.2 Configure License Server(s) Now you have to configure License Server machine(s) that need to provide the GoGlobal-UX floating license on the network. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. To create this file. save and quit the file pressing [Esc] and typing :x! and [Enter].4.domain.1.1. C.0 permanent FDE548BE0802 ck=164 Add TCP port number (27001) at any line beginning with SERVER: Example from: SERVER host_c 839dc26 to: SERVER host_c 839dc26 27001 Copy this file on each license server when the three redundant configuration is foreseen. # Most other changes will invalidate this file.dat file of any the license server machine. # ISSUED_DATE=23-jan-2002 # SERVER host_c 77fd17fe SERVER host_d 77df65d1 SERVER host_e 7751b870 VENDOR graphon INCREMENT UX graphon 2. The first activity is to store the license authorization key previously obtained by GraphOn WEB page (see C.com 00HOSTID0 27001 # which will make the lmgrd managing this file use # port 27001.

Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9...1.. The entire procedure will be: . Because hp-uxTM start-up launch both License and GraphOn Daemons.sys. Copy this file on each HP-UX system that have to be able to run GO-Global UX graphical interface.. To declare the license server machines you have to create the file “/opt/graphon/etc/license_servers.3. you will be able to open a GoGlobal-UX 2. The easy to proceed is create these files on the license server(s) and them distribute them to the client when configuring it.C.. Installation Guide .1 Configure license_server. it is advisable to execute the daemon stop before.0 session from any PC to the license server machine.d/goglobalux stop [Enter] . including the license servers hosts themselves. if that field is blank 27001 have to be used.2 Start License Server and GraphOn Daemons When both license..sys. [Enter] C.dat file An Alcatel-Lucent extension to the GraphOn license management is the license_server. to allow it the GO-Global UX licence retrieval.6.4.dat file as fourth field of the line starting with SERVER.dat file. This file has to declare all the license servers useful for retrieving license from any host need to use them licenses.d/goglobalux start [Enter] When the daemons will be started on the single license server on at least two license server nodes for the three redundant configuration.dat file the changes will be recognize only at next GoGlobal-UX stat-up. Each time you change the license_server. Example: Use the command (as root): ..dat and license_server.dat files have been properly configured on all the License Server machine(s) you can proceed with the daemon start-up.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 153/176 .root # /sbin/init.root # /sbin/init.sys.dat" and fill in it with the following syntax: SERVER <host> <port> Where:SERVERis a keyword <host> <port> means the hostname or the IP address of the license server is the IP port number stored in the license.2..4.root # vi /opt/graphon/etc/license_server.dat create the file so that it contains the following data: SERVER host_c 27001 SERVER host_d 27001 SERVER host_e 27001 Save typing :x! and [Enter].3.

3 Configure License Client System(s) To be able to access the hp-uxTM machine via GoGlobal-UX you need to get a license. check is adefault gateway si defined and reachable.root # ping hostc 64 2 PING hostc: 64 byte packets 64 bytes from 192.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration . Moreover the license server(s) have to be referred by name.1 Verify License Server Connectivity Before starting the client machine configuration you have to verify the license server machine(s) connectivity.sys. • ping: Unknown host <Hostname> Means the license serve <Hostname> is not defined in the host name repository. 0% packet loss round-trip (ms) min/avg/max = 0/0/0 – Otherwise.21.3 at page 82 for more information). ms 64 bytes from 192. the are three know possibility: a) b) c) The remote server is down. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. C..4.. 0 packets received.202.root # ping <Hostname> [Enter] where <Hostname> is the name of the remote license server machine(s).sys.11 154/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .3. there is something wrong.6. From the error message issued by telnet you can have an idea of the problem.4.8: icmp_seq=1. if you know also license server IP address you can add it to the host name repository (see paragraph 2.3. 100% packet loss If no one of the "ping" request is replayed. It the server is running check on the / etc/host file if the IP address defined for the specified server is correct. – If the server replies the “ping" request an output like the following will be provided: .3. time=0. The remote server is not reachable because the IP address is wrong. 2 packets received. When the license server hostname will be present in the host name repository retry ping command. the easiest way to do it is try a ping to any license server host name: . If also the IP address is correct.202. the reason can depend by the Default Gateway. The remote server is not reachable because there is no known route on the network • First of all it is better to verify that the server is running.8: icmp_seq=0. this license will be granted by the license server(s) via network. If you do not know name and IP address of the network default gateway refer to the network administrator. time=0.21.C. that means any hp-uxTM system (license client) have to be able to connect the license server(s) via network. 2 packets transmitted. ms ----hostc PING Statistics---2 packets transmitted.

3. check the status of the daemons on the license server them selves. Inc.C. when the license_server.6. the configuration consists only in creating a copy of the license_server.root # export LM_LICENSE_FILE=27001@<Hostname> . if you have a single license server..B.root # /opt/graphon/bin/lmstat -a [Enter] [Enter] If the file license daemons are active.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 155/176 .. you can also verify on each one of them if the license daemons are running on these machine(s). C.3.2 Verify License Daemon on Server When the license server machine(s) are reachable.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. it is possible to configure the license client machine.dat: host_c: license server UP (MASTER) v8. Otherwise an error message advise you of a problem.. This check can be done only if the license server machine(s) are already configured. Installation Guide .2 host_d: license server UP v8.27001@host_d.27001@host_e License file(s) on host_c: /opt/graphon/etc/license.3.2 host_e: license server UP v8. Flexible License Manager status on Fri 12/5/2003 10:07 License server status: 27001@host_c. Like for servers. . this can be done with the following procedure: N.dat file is created or modified the daemons have to be stopped and started to catch the changes. an output like the following will be displayed: lmstat .Copyright (C) 1989-2002 Globetrotter Software.. the data shown with italic font will be not shown.4.2 Feature usage info: Users of bridges: N.dat File from a License Server All the configuration precondition are now verified.dat file from a license server machine to this one.sys. (Total of 2 licenses available) The shown output is related to a three redundant server configuration.B.sys.4.3.2 Vendor daemon status (on host_c): graphon: UP v8.3 Copy the license_server.

Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.2 Vendor daemon status (on host_c): graphon: UP v8.3.dat file you can execute the script /opt/graphon/etc/check_server..dat://: host_c: license server UP (MASTER) v8.. you can open a GoGlobal-UX 2.Copyright (C) 1989-2002 Globetrotter Software.Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration ..11 156/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ..3.4.3.2 host_d: license server UP v8.27001@host_e License file(s) on host_c: /opt/graphon/etc/license.. .sys.3.root # /sbin/init.root # /sbin/init..27001@host_d... Inc. it is advisable to execute the daemon stop before.d/goglobalux stop[Enter] .6.4.1 Check the License Server In order to check the correct definition of the license server in the license_server.1 session from any PC to the this machine until at least one license is available on the servers.root # /opt/graphon/etc/check_server [Enter] If the configuration is correct the output have to contain one set of line for each server defined. like the following example: lmstat .d/goglobalux start[Enter] Now the system ready. The entire procedure will be: .4 Re-Start the GraphOn Daemons Because hp-uxTM start-up launch GraphOn Daemons.2 Feature usage info: Users of bridges: (Total of 5 licenses available) C.3. Flexible License Manager status on Fri 12/5/2003 10:20 License server status: 27001@host_c.C.sys.2 host_e: license server UP v8.sys.

like: . Hereby an example of a new authorization key requested for the license servers already see in the paragraph C. .sys. Require the authorization key via GraphOn WEB Page providing the same host ID of the already requested keys (the host id are related to the license servers!).Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. To add a new license on a running the license server machine without close the current open interfaces. # # NOTE: You can change the hostname on the "SERVER" line.dat file: N.C. you have to proceed this way: Do not mix permanent floating authorization key with demo one in the same file! a) b) Buy the GraphOn license(s). # You can also add a port number after the hostid on # the "SERVER" line.it" ISSUER="GrapOn \ Corporation" ISSUED=08-jan-2002 NOTICE="Copyright (C) \ 1996-2002 GraphOn Corporation.rossi@alcatel.dat [Enter] c) Installation Guide . that means also the number of concurrent session have to be increased.3..1.B. # ISSUED_DATE=23-jan-2002 # SERVER host_c 77fd17fe SERVER host_d 77df65d1 SERVER host_e 7751b870 VENDOR graphon INCREMENT UX graphon 2. also the next line have to be included..6. When a back slash “\" is present at the end of line.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 157/176 .4.root # vi /opt/graphon/etc/license.0 permanent 1BB31C150136 \ user_info="Paolo Rossi\ paolo.1 at page 152.5 Add a new license(s) Sometimes in the system live it is necessary to increase the number of users. You can see the server lines have the same values in the third field that means the same host ID.3. . All Rights Reserved" ck=45 You have to copy the INCREMENT line(s) from the just received authorization key a the end of the /opt/graphon/etc/license.

and receive from GraphOn the one shown at page 157. ../lmreread -c . # # ISSUED_DATE=23-jan-2002 # SERVER host_c 77fd17fe 27001 SERVER host_d 77df65d1 27001 SERVER host_e 7751b870 27001 VENDOR graphon INCREMENT UX graphon 2. the resulting file will be: # # NOTE: You can change the hostname on the "SERVER" line. For example.6.0 permanent FDE548BE0802 ck=164 INCREMENT UX graphon 2. and to use them you have just to copy the authorization key into the license. if you have the authorization key shown at page 152 active on the system. The demo license are node locked.sys. 2) d) Then ask license daemon to re-read the license./etc/license.3. All Rights Reserved" ck=45 Save and exit vi file pressing [Esc] and typing :x! and [Enter]. the new GoGlobal-UX licenses will be available.dat if exists...it" ISSUER="GrapOn \ Corporation" ISSUED=08-jan-2002 NOTICE="Copyright (C) \ 1996-2002 GraphOn Corporation..1) Move to last line in file and insert the INCREMENT line(s).0 permanent 1BB31C150136 \ user_info="Paolo Rossi\ paolo.5. # You can also add a port number after the hostid on .root # ..root # cd /opt/graphon/bin [Enter] . C.11 158/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .dat file. Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.dat file: .Volume 1: HPUX GoGlobal-UX Installation and Configuration .sys. and delete license_server.dat [Enter] After completing these steps.rossi@alcatel.1 Demo Licenses GoGlobal-UXTM demo license can be retrieve from the GraphOn Web server.

Do not provide the host identifier of the machine where the application is planned to be run. THE AUTHORIZATION LICENSE REQUEST CAN BE EXECUTED ONLY BY AUTHORIZED ALCATEL PERSONAL.6.B. The package foreseen to manage network floating license.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 159/176 . Get the hostname of the current machine: .sys.2 Retrieve License Servers Host Identifier When you have selected the license server machine(s). in accordance with the following rules:. N. – The license have to be required providing the host identifier of the license server(s). capable of issuing licenses. • The three license server machines should be located physically close to each other (if possible).sys. only one of the three servers is 'master'. if in your network there are less than three nodes. • Never configure redundant servers with slow communications or dial-up links.root # /opt/poseidon/bin/lmhostid c) [Enter] Then fill-in this one of these forms: Table 12. – If you have three or more machines.1 Poseidon License Management Configuration Poseidon is the license software manager used to authorize the Alcatel-Lucent Software execution. all clients must have reliable networking to a single node.. you have to define a the license server. Three Server Redundant License Form Installation Guide ..root # uname -n [Enter] Get the host identifier of the current machine: . • The three server have to be reliable. With three-server redundancy. you have to setup a “Three Redundant License Servers" configuration. and all the required licenses have to be loaded on that server. D.Appendix D Configuration Poseidon Installation and D. Since all clients must contact the 'master'.Volume 1: HPUX Poseidon Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9. for each of them you have to retrieve the host identifier by executing the following commands: a) b) Log in as root on the machine. that means you must define one or more system in your network to perform the license server task...

All rig.1 Store the Authorization Key in the License File.11 160/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide ... you have to edit it by adding 27000 as port number at the end of each “SERVER" line as show in the following example: From: SERVER hosta 839dc26 To: SERVER hosta 839dc26 27000 Then store the resulting file in the following file of any machine that have to execute Alcatel-Lucent TNM software: /opt/poseidon/etc/license.Copyright (c) 1989-2003 by Macrovision Corporation. It is divided in four sections: title.sys.it/.root # /opt/poseidon/bin/lmstat -a -c /opt/poseidon/etc/license.sys.root # /sbin/init. and feature usage.Host Name Host Identifier Table 13. vendor daemon status. D.dat Then start the Poseidon software on it.sys...6.ond.3 Require the Authorization License The license can be require via Alcatel-Lucent Intranet Web.d/poseidon start [Enter] Don't worry if no daemon is started on the machines that are license client. Flexible License Manager status on Tue 7/20/2004 18:15 The server status shows the license server names. by entering the command: .Volume 1: HPUX Poseidon Installation and Configuration ... server status.6..0. When you receive the license authorization key. by authorized Alcatel-Lucent personal onlyto http://nmfactory. 4.dat [Enter] Hereafter an example of the command output. lmstat .alcatel.d/poseidon stop Enter] .root # /sbin/init.4 Check the License Status To check the license server availability and license status enter the command: . The title just shows the version of the license manager.... Single License Form Host Name Host Identifier D.. which is the current license server master and Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.

8 hostc: license server UP v10. and for each one of them the user.8 The vendor daemon show the status of the software used to control the license.27000@hostd License file(s) on hosta: /opt/poseidon/etc/license.1) (hosta/27000 4406). start Tue 7/20 16:34 Installation Guide .8 hostd: license server UP v10.2 Then the feature usage list.License server status: 27000@hosta.27000@hostc. with the list of all the authorized feature. the host and the start date of usage: Feature usage info: Users of EML_POINT: (Uncounted. it must contain “alcatel": Vendor daemon status (on hosta): alcatel: UP v9.Volume 1: HPUX Poseidon Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 161/176 .6.dat: hosta: license server UP (MASTER) v10. node-locked) alcatel hostb /dev/tty (v7.

sys. Save the current license file in a security copy by entering: .5 Add a New License Sometimes in the system live it is necessary to increase the number of license. Login a Poseidon license server system.root # /sbin/init...D.6 Poseidon License Server Troubleshooting Some problem has been experienced configuring the three redundant Poseidon license servers. you have to proceed this way: Do not mix permanent floating authorization key with demo one in the same file! a) Retrieve the new license key from Alcatel-Lucent web. – If the server replies the “ping" request an output like the following will be provided: Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.6. asking for the same host identifier of the first one... copy the license file on other two license servers. The easiest way to do it is try a network “ping" from each license server to any other one: . To add a new license on a running license server machine without interrupt the service.1 Redundant Connectivity The three redundant servers work properly only if each server is able to communicate with the other two. because of the length.6..sys.Volume 1: HPUX Poseidon Installation and Configuration .save Enter] Add the “INCREMENT" line from the just obtained license file.root # cd /opt/poseidon/etc/ Enter] . This is the reason why it is better check the server configuration and connectivity.11 162/176 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 Installation Guide .sys.d/poseidon reread [Enter] Check again with “lmstat" (see paragraph D. D.sys..root # cp -p license.4) if the number of point has been increased. This paragraph summarizes these problems and show a possible solution way. b) c) d) e) f) If you have the three host redundant configuration. The INCREMENT line can be split in two or more ones.....root # ping <Hostname> [Enter] where <Hostname> is the name of the remote license server machine(s). g) D.dat file. Force the license server daemon to reread the license file by entering: .. that means also the next one have to be considered as part of “INCREMENT". If the “INCREMENT" line terminated with back slash ( \ ).dat license. to the /opt/poseidon/etc/license.

ms 64 bytes from 192.. there is something wrong.6.202...Volume 1: HPUX Poseidon Installation and Configuration Alcatel-Lucent 1350OMS 9.8: icmp_seq=1. 0% packet loss round-trip (ms) min/avg/max = 0/0/0 – Otherwise. 2 packets received.dat [Enter] Installation Guide .202. The remote server is not reachable because the IP address is wrong.. When the license server hostname will be present in the host name repository retry ping command.root # ping hostc 64 2 PING hostc: 64 byte packets 64 bytes from 192. If also the IP address is correct. check if default gateway is defined and reachable.2 Two licence servers down The three redundant license server fails when more than two servers are down or are unreachable. in order to reduce the risk of license failure is suggested to periodically check the license servers entering: . From the error message issued by telnet you can have an idea of the problem.root # /opt/poseidon/bin/lmstat -a -c /opt/poseidon/etc/license. 0 packets received. D. time=0. time=0.sys.6.11 8DG 42227 MAAA Edition 01 163/176 . • ping: Unknown host <Hostname> Means the license serve <Hostname> is not defined in the host name repository.8: icmp_seq=0.sys. If you do not know name and IP address of the network default gateway refer to the network administrator. The remote server is not reachable because there is no known route on the network • First of all it is better to verify that the server is running. if you know also license server IP address you can add it to the host name repository (see paragraph 2.3 at page 82 for more information). the are three know possibility: a) b) c) The remote server is down.21. 100% packet loss If no one of the "ping" request is replayed. ms ----hostc PING Statistics---2 packets transmitted. It the server is running check on the / etc/hosts file if the IP address defined for the specified server is correct. the reason can depend by the Default Gateway.21. 2 packets transmitted.

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This appendix shows the suggested connections for the SCSI and Fibre Channel cable for the HP servers foreseen, an example picture is provided for each server model.

E.1 HP9000 RP3410 and RP3440
Two system looks is the same from outside, the most relevant characteristic is the disk bay, it foreseen up to three hard disk slots, but just two SCSI busses. Because of this the machine are provided with two hard disks, that have to be placed in the slots: HDD 1 and HDD 3.

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The typical configuration foreseen an external disk storage. In the following figures is shown how to connect rp4440 to MSA30 Ultra320 SCSI disk storages.

E.2.1 RP4440 with MSA30
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Figure 37. RP4440 Front View without front panel

MSA30 Disk Storage - Rear View

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Figure 38. RP4440 Rear View

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