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Contents
Chapter 1 What and How to Install

The Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Major Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2


Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Phase 1 Choosing Your Installation CDs Phase 2 Checking and Verifying Installation Prerequisites

Option 1 Prerequisites for an AIX-based Installation . . . . . . . 3-1 Option 2 Prerequisites for an HP-UX-based Installation . . . . . 3-4 Option 3 Prerequisites for a Solaris-based Installation . . . . . . 3-8
Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Phase 3 Gathering Information Phase 4 Running the Installation Procedures

Step 1: Installing ENTERPRISE/CS Server Components . . . . . . . . 5-2 For Sybase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 For Oracle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 Step 2: Installing CONTROL-M/Agent for Unix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9 Step 3: Installing CONTROL-M/Server for Unix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14 Installation Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14 Installation Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16 Step 4: Installing ENTERPRISE/CS Client Components . . . . . . . . . 5-32 Installation Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-32 Installation Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-35
Chapter 6 Phase 5 Post-Installation Configuration

On the Unix Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1 On the Microsoft Windows computer: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2


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About . . .

About This Book


This book is designed to help you install the CONTROL-M Business Integrated Scheduling solution quickly. It is intended primarily for trial and proof-of-concept implementations.
Note

This book outlines only the process for default installation based on a single Unix computer. It included installation instructions for: Enterprise Controlstation with a dedicated database server, CONTROL-M/Server for Unix with an existing database server CONTROL-M/Agent for Unix Enterprise Controlstation Client components on a Microsoft Windows computer For more details about this installation process and about other configuration options, see Chapters 6 and 7 of the CONTROL-M/Server for Unix Administrator Guide and the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide. Acrobat (PDF) versions of these books are provided in the Documents directory on the FD4466 CD.

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Chapters of This Book


This book is divided into the following chapters:
Chapter
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6

Description
What and How to Install Phase 1 Choosing Your Installation CDs Phase 2 Checking and Verifying Installation Prerequisites Phase 3 Gathering Information Phase 4 Running the Installation Procedures Phase 5 Post-Installation Configuration

Related Publications
CONTROL-M/Agent Administrator Guide describes installation and maintenance of CONTROL-M/Agent on the various types of supported platforms. CONTROL-M/Server Administrator Guide describes installation and maintenance of CONTROL-M/Server on the various types of supported platforms. Enterprise Controlstation User Guide describes all ENTERPRISE/ CS concepts, features, facilities and operating instructions in detail. It can be used as a learning guide as well as a reference guide. Enterprise Controlstation Administrator Guide describes administrator responsibilities, customization, maintenance and security of ENTERPRISE/CS.

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Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide describes the installation processes for implementing an ENTERPRISE/CS environment on Windows and Unix platforms. CONTROL-M/Desktop User Guide describes an application used to define and manage CONTROL-M job processing definitions, Scheduling tables, and Calendars.

Conventions
The following abbreviations are used in this guide:
Abbreviation
ENTERPRISE/CS

Description
Enterprise Controlstation

The following conventions are used in this guide:


<key> When describing keystrokes, angle brackets are used to enclose the name of a key (for example, <F1>). When two keys are joined with + as in <Shift>+<F1>, hold down <Shift> while pressing <F1>. This represents an option selection sequence. For example, Users and Groups => Groups => Add means that you first select Users and Groups from the menu bar. Select the Groups option from the submenu. Finally, select the Add option from the Groups submenu.

Menu => Option

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{Option A|Option B}

The vertical bar is used to separate choices. For example: {AND|OR} means that you specify either AND or OR.

[Option] Script

Square brackets are used to enclose parameters that are optional. All syntax, operating system terms, and literal examples are presented in this typeface.

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The Components
The full CONTROL-M solution involves the following products: Enterprise Controlstation (ENTERPRISE/CS) The tool for GUI-based task (job) definition, and tracking. CONTROL-M/Server The central processing component. CONTROL-M/Agent The job execution component.

In the default installation that is described in this document, you will need to install:
On a Unix computer:

ENTERPRISE/CS Server components A database server CONTROL-M/Server for Unix CONTROL-M/Agent for Unix

On a Microsoft Windows computer

ENTERPRISE/CS Client components

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As mentioned above, other configurations are possible (including an entirely Windows-based installation). This document is intended only to give you a quick introduction to a commonly installed CONTROL-M configuration.

Major Steps
This installation is divided into the following major steps (phases): 1. Choosing Your Installation CDs 2. Checking and Verifying Installation Prerequisites 3. Gathering Information 4. Running the Installation Procedures 5. Post-Installation Steps

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Phase 1 Choosing Your Installation CDs 2


CONTROL-M components are installed using a number of different compact discs (CDs). Each CD is assigned a serial number prefixed by FD. The following table describes the CDs that you will need for installation on the supported Unix platforms. Platform
HP-UX

Required CDs
FD4000 FD4467 FD4466 Database For installation of the CONTROL-M/Server and Agent for Unix For installation of ENTERPRISE/CS server components. For installation of ENTERPRISE/CS client components on a Microsoft Windows computer. Choose one of the following databases: Sybase Adaptive Server version 11.9.2 Oracle Server version 8.1.6 for HP-UX Supplied with the server components on the FD4467 CD. Use the following command to determine if your system is 32-bit or 64-bit: getconf KERNEL_BITS For 32-bit systems, use FD4275 For 64-bit systems, use FD4277

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Platform
AIX

Required CDs
FD4000 FD4465 FD4466 Database For installation of the CONTROL-M/Server and Agent for Unix For installation of ENTERPRISE/CS server components. For installation of ENTERPRISE/CS client components on a Microsoft Windows computer. Choose one of the following databases: Sybase Adaptive Server version 11.9.2 Oracle Server version 8.1.6 for AIX Supplied with the server components on the FD4465 CD. Use the following command to determine if your system is 32-bit or 64-bit:

lslpp -l | grep 64bit


For 32-bit systems, use FD4276 For 64-bit systems, use FD4278 Solaris FD4000 FD4468 FD4466 Database For installation of the CONTROL-M/Server and Agent for Unix For installation of ENTERPRISE/CS server components. For installation of ENTERPRISE/CS client components on a Microsoft Windows computer. Choose one of the following databases: Sybase Adaptive Server version 11.9.2 Oracle Server version 8.1.6 for Solaris Supplied with the server components on the FD4468 CD. For Solaris version 2.6, only 32-bit (FD4273) is relevant. For Solaris 2.7 or 2.8, use the following command to determine if your system is 32-bit or 64-bit:

isainfo -b
For 32-bit systems, use FD4273 For 64-bit systems, use FD4274

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Phase 2 Checking and Verifying Installation Prerequisites


Each of the following tables describes prerequisites for ENTERPRISE/CS on a specific platform.

Choose the appropriate table, and follow the instructions to ensure that system requirements for ENTERPRISE/CS are satisfied before you perform the installation procedure (in Phase 3).

Option 1 Prerequisites for an AIX-based Installation


Table 3-1 Prerequisites Installation Based on an AIX Computer (Part 1 of 3)

System Element
Computer Memory

Minimum Requirement
IBM AIX RISC System/6000 For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with a Sybase server 270 MB RAM For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with an Oracle server 350 MB RAM

How do I check It?


Use the following command to check how much RAM is supplied with your computer: lsattr -El mem

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Table 3-1

Prerequisites Installation Based on an AIX Computer (Part 2 of 3)

System Element
Disk Space

Minimum Requirement
For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with a Sybase server 2.6 GB Disk space For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with an Oracle server 3.6 GB Disk space

How do I check It?


Use the following command to check how much disk space (in kilobytes) is available on your partition: df -k . For more information about calculating database diskspace requirements, see Appendix B ENTEPRISE/CS Database Sizing in the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide, and Appendix G in the CONTROL-M/Server for Unix Administrator Guide. Media Drive Communication Adapter Software 1 CD-ROM drive required. Any TCP/IP adapter is acceptable. The following software must be installed and operational at the site prior to Installing ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M: AIX 4.3.3 maintenance level 06 or higher IY14529 - VisualeAge C++ 5.0.0.4 Runtime PTF. This patch can be found at http://techsupport.services.ibm.com/rs6k/fixdb.html

For Oracle:
To determine if your window manager meets the necessary requirements, enter the xclock& command. If a clock is not displayed, then your window manager is not configured correctly.

How do I check It?


Use the following command to check the maintenance level for AIX version 4.3.3 on your computer: instfix -i | grep 4330 Use the following command to check which patches have been installed on your computer: instfix -ik <name_of_APAR> Where <name_of_APAR> is the name of the patch that you are checking for.

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Table 3-1

Prerequisites Installation Based on an AIX Computer (Part 3 of 3)

System Element
Requirements for ENTERPRISE/CS on Microsoft Windows

Minimum Requirement
The following ENTERPRISE/CS components must be installed on a Microsoft Windows computer: ENTERPRISE/CS GUI CONTROL-M/Desktop ENTERPRISE/CS Administration Facility ENTERPRISE/CS Reporting Facility Command-Line Interface (ENTERPRISE/CS Utilities) The minimum requirements for a computer with all these components are listed below: Computer Memory Disk Space Media Drive Communication Adapter Software Pentium II 128 MB RAM 150 MB free disk space CD-ROM drive Network connection for TCP/IP

One of the following operating systems: Windows NT 4.0 with service pack 6a Windows 2000 Professional with service pack 1 or later Windows 2000 Server with service pack 1 or later Windows 2000 Advanced Server with service pack 1 or later Note: When installing with an Oracle database, you must have an Oracle Database Client (ODBC) of version 3.52 or later.

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Option 2 Prerequisites for an HP-UX-based Installation


Table 3-2 Prerequisites Installation Based on a HP-UX Computer (Part 1 of 4)

System Element
Computer Memory

Minimum Requirement
HP 9000/700 or HP 9000/800. For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with a Sybase server 270 MB RAM For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with an Oracle server 350 MB RAM

How do I check It?


Log in as the root user and use the following command to check how much RAM is supplied with your computer: /usr/sbin/dmesg Disk Space For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with a Sybase server 2.6 GB Disk space For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with an Oracle server 3.6 GB Disk space

How do I check It?


Use the following command to check how much disk space (in kilobytes) is available on your partition: df -k . For more information about calculating database diskspace requirements, see Appendix B ENTEPRISE/CS Database Sizing in the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide, and Appendix G in the CONTROL-M/Server for Unix Administrator Guide. Media Drive Communication Adapter Software 1 CD-ROM drive required. Any TCP/IP adapter is acceptable. The following software must be installed and operational at the site prior to Installing ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M: HP-UX version 11.0, utilizing the long filenames option

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Table 3-2

Prerequisites Installation Based on a HP-UX Computer (Part 2 of 4)

System Element
System Parameters

Minimum Requirement
Check the following system (kernel) parameters, and verify that they are assigned values equal to or higher than the values shown below: Parameter nbuf ninode shmmax shmmni shmseg semmns semmni maxdsiz max_thread_proc Minimum Value 646 (relevant for Sybase only) 3000 (relevant for Sybase only) Same size as RAM (in bytes) 100 36 200 (relevant for Oracle only) 70 (relevant for Oracle only) 1073741824 (relevant for Oracle only) 128 This value is appropriate for a computer hosting five gateways and serving 10 concurrent users. Note: This is the recommended value for a trial installation. For more information about how to calculate this value for a larger working environment, see Modify max_thread_proc on page 7-33 of the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide.

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Table 3-2

Prerequisites Installation Based on a HP-UX Computer (Part 3 of 4)

System Element
System Parameters (continued)

Minimum Requirement How do I do it?


It is recommended that you ask your system administrator to modify the necessary parameters. If you must make these changes yourself, follow the instructions provided below very carefully. Note: If changes are made to kernel parameters, the Unix machine will be have to be rebooted at the end of this procedure. Use the following steps to view and modify system parameters on a HP-UX computer: 1. Log on as user root. 2. Type sam and press <Enter>. 3. Use the down arrow to select Kernel Configuration and press <Enter>. 4. Use the down arrow to select Configurable Parameters and press <Enter> a list of parameters is displayed. 5. To change the value of a kernel parameter: Use the down arrow to move the cursor to the parameter. Press the spacebar to select the parameter. Press <Tab> to activate the menu bar Press the right arrow until the Actions menu is selected. Use the down arrow to select the Modify Configurable Parameters option. Press <Enter> Use the <Tab> key to go to the Formula/Value field and enter the desired value. (if the default value is more than needed, do not change it.) Use the <Tab> key to go to the [OK] button and press <Enter> 6. When you have finished modifying all relevant parameters, use the <Tab> key to activate the menu bar. 7. Use the down arrow to select the Choose Process New Kernel option using down arrow and press <Enter>. (This action will reboot the Unix machine. It may take a few minutes.)

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Table 3-2

Prerequisites Installation Based on a HP-UX Computer (Part 4 of 4)

System Element
Requirements for ENTERPRISE/CS on Microsoft Windows

Minimum Requirement
The following ENTERPRISE/CS components must be installed on a Microsoft Windows computer: ENTERPRISE/CS GUI CONTROL-M/Desktop ENTERPRISE/CS Administration Facility ENTERPRISE/CS Reporting Facility Command-Line Interface (ENTERPRISE/CS Utilities) The minimum requirements for a computer with all these components are listed below: Computer Memory Disk Space Media Drive Communication Adapter Software Pentium II 128 MB RAM 150 MB free disk space CD-ROM drive Network connection for TCP/IP One of the following operating systems: Windows NT 4.0 with service pack 6a Windows 2000 Professional with service pack 1 or later Windows 2000 Server with service pack 1 or later Windows 2000 Advanced Server with service pack 1 or later Note: When installing with an Oracle database, you must have an Oracle Database Client (ODBC) of version 3.52 or later.

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Option 3 Prerequisites for a Solaris-based Installation


Table 3-3 Prerequisites Installation Based on a Solaris Computer (Part 1 of 4)

System Element
Computer Memory

Minimum Requirement
Sun SPARCstation. For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with a Sybase server 270 MB RAM For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with an Oracle server 350 MB RAM

How do I check It?


Use the following command to check how much RAM is supplied with your computer: prtconf -v |grep Memory Disk Space For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with a Sybase server 2.6 GB Disk space For ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M with an Oracle server 3.6 GB Disk space

How do I check It?


Use the following command to check how much disk space (in kilobytes) is available on your partition: df -k . For more information about calculating database diskspace requirements, see Appendix B ENTEPRISE/CS Database Sizing in the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide, and Appendix G in the CONTROL-M/Server for Unix Administrator Guide. Media Drive Communication Adapter 1 CD-ROM drive required. Any TCP/IP adapter is acceptable.

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Table 3-3

Prerequisites Installation Based on a Solaris Computer (Part 2 of 4)

System Element
Software

Minimum Requirement
The following software must be installed and operational at the site prior to installing ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M: Solaris 2.6 with the 105591-09 patch or later (Sun C++ 5.1 runtime) Solaris 2.7 with 106980-09 patch or later (thread lib) and 106327-08 or later (Sun C++ 5.1 runtime). Solaris 2.8 with the 108434-01 patch or later (Sun C++ 5.1 runtime)

For Oracle:
Use the latest kernel patch from Sun Microsystems. Solaris 2.6 requires at least kernel jumbo patch revision #105181-15 for successful installation of Release 2 (8.1.6). X-windows must be installed on the system from where the Installer is run. Use any Sun-supported X-windows server that supports Motif (for example, dtwm, twm, olwm). Solaris Operating System Packages: SUNWarc, SUNWbtool, SUNWlibm, SUNWlibms, SUNWsprot, SUNWtoo, SUNWhea. The following executables must be present in the /usr/ccs/bin directory: make, ar, ld, nm.

How do I check It?


Use the following command to check the version of the Solaris operating system on your computer: uname -a Use the following command to check for patches on your computer: showrev -p | grep <name_of_patch> <name_of_patch> is the name of the patch that you are checking for. Use the following command to check for packages on your computer: pkginfo | grep <name_of_package> <name_of_package> is the name of the package that you are checking for.

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Table 3-3

Prerequisites Installation Based on a Solaris Computer (Part 3 of 4)

System Element
System Parameters

Minimum Requirement
Check the following system (kernel) parameters, and verify that they are assigned values equal to or higher than the values shown below: Parameter shmmax shmmin shmmni shmseg semmns semmni semmsl semopm semvmx Minimum Value Same size as RAM (in bytes) 1 (relevant for Oracle only) 100 (relevant for Oracle only) 36 (for Sybase) 10 (for Oracle) 550 (relevant for Oracle only) 100 (relevant for Oracle only) 260 (relevant for Oracle only) 100 (relevant for Oracle only) 32767

How do I do it?
It is recommended that you ask your system administrator to modify the necessary parameters. If you must make these changes yourself, follow the instructions provided below very carefully. Note: If changes are made to kernel parameters, the Unix machine will be have to be rebooted at the end of this procedure. Use the following steps to view and modify system parameters on a Solaris computer: 1. Log in as a root user. 2. Open the operating system configuration file /etc/system: 3. Add/modify the parameters listed above. 4. Reboot the computer. 5. In the console window, run the xhost + command.

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Prerequisites Installation Based on a Solaris Computer (Part 4 of 4)

System Element
Requirements for ENTERPRISE/CS on Microsoft Windows

Minimum Requirement
The following ENTERPRISE/CS components must be installed on a Microsoft Windows computer: ENTERPRISE/CS GUI CONTROL-M/Desktop ENTERPRISE/CS Administration Facility ENTERPRISE/CS Reporting Facility Command-Line Interface (ENTERPRISE/CS Utilities) The minimum requirements for a computer with all these components are listed below: Computer Memory Disk Space Media Drive Communication Adapter Software Pentium II 128 MB RAM 150 MB free disk space CD-ROM drive Network connection for TCP/IP One of the following operating systems: Windows NT 4.0 with service pack 6a Windows 2000 Professional with service pack 1 or later Windows 2000 Server with service pack 1 or later Windows 2000 Advanced Server with service pack 1 or later Note: When installing with an Oracle database, you must have an Oracle Database Client (ODBC) of version 3.52 or later.

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Phase 3 Gathering Information

Certain information should be determined before you actually run the CONTROL-M solution installation procedures. Check the parameters that are described in tables below, and use these parameter values to help your installation process (Phase 4) run more smoothly. Some of the parameters in these tables may require input from your system administrator or your database administrator.
Note

This document assumes that you are performing a default installation. Only parameters whose values must be checked before a default installation are listed in the table provided below. For more information about other parameter of the installation, see Chapters 6 and 7 of the CONTROL-M/Server for Unix Administrator Guide and the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide. Acrobat (PDF) versions of these books are provided on the FD4466 CD in the Documents directory.

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Parameters for ENTERPRISE/CS Server Components

The following table describes parameters that should be checked before installation of ENTERPRISE/CS Server components on the Unix computer. If any of the listed ports are not available, default installation is not possible, and other ports will need to be specified during a custom installation.
Table 4-1 Installation Parameters ENTERPRISE/CS Server Components

Parameter
Orbix server port number Oracle database server Port number Sybase database server Port number

Default
3075 1521 8760

Description
You must verify that the specified ports are available for: The Orbix server - and Either a Sybase database server, or an Oracle database server If the default ports are not available consult you system administrator. These ports are mandatory for the default CONTROL-M installation that is described in this book.

How to check it
The following command checks if a specific port is available: netstat -na | grep .<portnumber> where <portnumber> is the number of the desired port. If nothing is returned as a result of this command, the port is available.

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Parameters for ENTERPRISE/CS Client Components

Client component parameters can be checked only after other components of the CONTROL-M solution have been installed. These parameters are described in detail in Step 4 of Phase 4 below.
Parameters for CONTROL-M/Server and Agent
Table 4-2 Installation Parameters CONTROL-M/Server and Agent

Parameter
Port number for communication between CONTROL-M/Server and ENTERPRISE/CS Port for the CONTROL-M/Server RT process Port for Communication Sent from CONTROL-M Server to the CONTROL-M/Agent Port for Communication Sent from CONTROL-M/Agent to CONTROL-M/Server Service name for the Server to Agent port CONTROL-M/Server Host Name

Default
2370

Description
Verify that the default port is not in use. If it is not available, select a different port.

How to check it
The following command checks if a specific port is available: netstat -an | grep \.<portnumber> where <portnumber> is the number of the desired port. If nothing is returned as a result of this command, the port is available. Note: The same port numbers for communication between CONTROL-M/Server and Agent must be specified during both the installation of CONTROL-M/Server and installation of CONTROL-M/Agent. 7005

6005

7006

ctmagent

The following command returns the service name for the server to agent port (number 7006) port: ypcat services | grep 7006 Name of the computer on which CONTROL-M/Server will be installed. In the situation described in this document, this is the same as the host name for ENTERPRISE/CS Server components. Name of the computer on which a backup CONTROL-M/Server will be installed. In the situation described in this document, this is the same as the CONTROL-M/Server host name (described above).

None

Backup CONTROL-M/Server Host Name

None

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Phase 4 Running the Installation Procedures


In this phase you will run the following installation procedures: Step 1: Installing ENTERPRISE/CS Server Components Step 2: Installing CONTROL-M/Agent for Unix Step 3: Installing CONTROL-M/Server for Unix Step 4: Installing ENTERPRISE/CS Client Components
Note

These procedures describe default installation for a limited variety of configurations. For more detailed descriptions of the various options and configurations, see the appropriate books in the Documents directory on the FD4466 CD.

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Step 1: Installing ENTERPRISE/CS Server Components


In this step, you will install ENTERPRISE/CS server components and a dedicated (new) database server on a Unix computer. Two separate procedures are provided below; one for installation with a Sybase database, and one for installation with an Oracle database.
Note

The steps shown below are for a default installation. For more information about installation of ENTERPRISE/CS components on Unix, see Chapters 8 and 9 of the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide.

For Sybase
Step 1

Use the following command to verify that the LSTNR, itnaming , and itlocator processes are not active on the current computer:
ps -ef |grep <process_name>

where <process_name> is the name of the process. If any of these processes are active, stop them using the kill command.
Step 2 Step 3

Log on as the root user. Mount the CD-ROM drive. The actual procedure for this varies depending on your operating system. (For more information, consult your system administrator. For HP-UX, see Appendix C of the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide.) Log out of the root user account. Log on to the ENTERPRISE/CS user account.

Step 4 Step 5

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Step 6

Use the following command to run the installation script: When installing on an AIX or HP-UX computer:
<cd-rom directory>/install/load

When installing on a Solaris computer:


<cd-rom directory>/INSTALL/LOAD

Step 7

Choose N (Install a new ENTERPRISE/CS release) from the ENTERPRISE/CS Installation menu. The following prompt is displayed:
Do you want to install ENTERPRISE/CS with SYBASE (y/n)

Step 8

Specify y. The following prompt is displayed:


Do you want to install an automatic full default installation? (y/n):

Step 9

Specify y. The following warning messages are displayed:


warning: LM_COLLECTION_PATH in file /ini/ecs_lm.cfg was not configured properly warning: LM_LOG_DIRECTORY in file /ini/ecs_lm.cfg was not configured properly warning: LM_PROGRAM_DIRECTORY in file /ini/ecs_lm.cfg was not configured properly

These messages can be ignored.


Step 10

After the installation procedure is complete, the following message is displayed:


*************** ATTENTION **************************************** To start working with ENTERPRISE/CS immediately, you must execute: source /home2/ecs600a/.cshrc ******************************************************************

Run the specified (.cshrc) script from the location that is specified in this message.

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For Oracle
Step 1

Use the following command to verify that the LSTNR, itnaming , and itlocator processes are not active on the current computer:
ps -ef |grep <process_name>

where <process_name> is the name of the process. If any of these processes are active, stop them using the kill command.
Step 2 Step 3

Log on as the root user. Mount the CD ROM drive. The actual procedure for this varies depending on your operating system. (For more information, consult your system administrator. For HP-UX, see Appendix C of the Enterprise Controlstation Installation Guide.) Log out of the root user account. Log on to the ENTERPRISE/CS user account. For installation using only one CD-ROM drive:
6.A

Step 4 Step 5 Step 6

Use the following command to create a temporary directory under the ENTERPRISE/CS user home directory: mkdir <install_dir>

6.B

Use the following command to copy the contents of the installation CD (FD4465, 4467 or 4468) to the temporary directory: For AIX and HP-UX computers: <cd-path>/copy_from_cd <cd-path> <install_dir>

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For Solaris computers: <cd-path>/COPY_FROM_CD <cd-path> <install_dir>

For all subsequent steps, <install_dir> refers to the directory on the hard disk that you specified with the copy_from_cd command.
6.C 6.D

Put the Oracle CD in the CD-ROM drive. Continue with Step 7.

For installation using 2 CD-ROM drives:


6.A

Put the installation CD (FD4465, 4467 or 4468) in one drive, and the Oracle CD in the other. For all subsequent steps, replace <install_dir> refers to the CD-ROM drive containing the installation CD.

6.B

Step 7 Step 8 Step 9

Log in as the Unix root user. Navigate to the home directory of the ENTERPRISE/CS user. Use the following command to prepare for installation of the Oracle Database server.
Note

The orapostinst script is located in the ENTERPRISE/CS installation directory (not the Oracle installation CD). When installing with only one CD-ROM drive, or with two drives on a Solaris computer:
<install-dir>/INSTALL/ORACLE/orapreinst.sh

When installing with two CD-ROM drives on HP-UX or AIX: <install-dir>/install/oracle/orapreinst.sh

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If no Oracle files or directories are present, no message is displayed. Skip to Step 10. If Oracle files are found, the following message is displayed:
Do you wish to delete these components? (y/n)

Enter y.
Step 10

The following message is displayed:


Checking version of the operating system... done Enter the oracle installation directory (default <default path>)

Verify that you are located in the ENTERPRISE/CS users home directory, and press <Enter>.
Step 11 Step 12 Step 13

Log out of the root user account. Log on to the ENTERPRISE/CS user account. Use the following command to set the display environment to display graphics:
setenv DISPLAY <local_hostname>:0.0

Step 14

Use the following command to verify that the setenv command was successful:
xclock&

If the clock is displayed, the setenv command was successful.


Step 15

Use the following command to run the installation script: When installing with only one CD-ROM drive, or with two CD-ROM drives on a Solaris computer: <install-dir>/INSTALL/LOAD
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When installing with two CD-ROM drives on an AIX or HP-UX computer: <install-dir>/install/load

Step 16

Choose N (Install a new ENTERPRISE/CS release) from the ENTERPRISE/CS Installation menu. The following prompt is displayed:
Do you want to install ENTERPRISE/CS with SYBASE (y/n)

Step 17

Specify n. The following prompt is displayed:


Do you want to install ENTERPRISE/CS with ORACLE (y/n)

Step 18

Specify y. The following prompt is displayed:


Do you want to install an automatic full default installation? (y/n):

Step 19 Step 20

Specify y. The installation procedure continues automatically. After a series of status messages, The following warning messages are displayed:
warning: LM_COLLECTION_PATH in file /ini/ecs_lm.cfg was not configured properly warning: LM_LOG_DIRECTORY in file /ini/ecs_lm.cfg was not configured properly warning: LM_PROGRAM_DIRECTORY in file /ini/ecs_lm.cfg was not configured properly

These messages can be ignored.


Step 21

The following prompt is displayed:


Enter the Oracle CD location:

Enter the path of the Oracle CD-ROM drive and press <Enter>.
Step 22

Log on as the root account in the ENTERPRISE/CS home directory.

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Step 23

Enter the following command, and press <Enter>.


Note

The orapostinst script is located in the ENTERPRISE/CS installation directory (not the Oracle installation CD). When installing with only one CD-ROM drive, or with two drives on a Solaris computer: <install-dir>/INSTALL/ORACLE/orapostinst.sh When installing with two CD-ROM drives on HP-UX or AIX: <install-dir>/install/oracle/orapostinst.sh If no Oracle files or directories are present. Skip to Step 25.
Step 24

If Oracle files are found, confirm the removal of files by entering y, and press <Enter>. Log off.

Step 25

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Step 2: Installing CONTROL-M/Agent for Unix


In this step, you will install the CONTROL-M/Agent for Unix on the same Unix computer that was used in the previous step. Use the following steps to install the CONTROL-M/Agent:
Step 1

Define a CONTROL-M/Agent User The procedure for defining a user varies according to the type of Unix system running on the Agent platform. Procedures for various types of Unix systems are detailed in Appendix A of the CONTROL-M/Agent Administrator Guide.

Step 2

Creating an Entry in the Services Map for NIS If NIS is used at your site, request that your NIS administrator create the following entry for CONTROL-M/Agent in the Services map before proceeding with the installation.
<servicename> <portnumber>/<protocol> #CONTROL-M/Agent

The elements of this entry are described in Table 5-1, Elements of the Services Map Entry, on page 5-9.
Note

For Solaris and AIX platforms only: Whether or not an entry should be created in the Services map depends on the search path for the services file. For more information, see Determining the Search Path on page 2-3 of the CONTROL-M/Agent Administrator Guide.

Table 5-1

Elements of the Services Map Entry The service name for the server to agent port (Default: ctmagent). Value of CONTROL-M/Agent configuration parameter Server-to-Agent Port Number (Default: 7006). Protocol used for communication with CONTROL-M/Server (recommended value: tcp).

<servicename> <portnumber> <protocol>

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Step 3

Insert the CD containing the CONTROL-M/Agent (FD4000/FD4001) into the CD-ROM drive that was mounted during installation of ENTERPRISE/CS (described above). If NIS is used at your site, specify the following command to verify that NIS is running:
ypwhich

Step 4

If the system responds with the host name of a platform (the NIS server), then NIS is running.
Step 5 Step 6

Log on as user root. Go to the home directory of the CONTROL-M/Agent user account using the following command:
cd <user_home_dir>

Step 7

Specify the following command to begin the installation procedure from the CD-ROM:
/<cd_path>/cd_inst Note

For HP-UX use CD_INST (all uppercase)


Step 8

A screen similar to the following is displayed:


+----------------------------------+ | Products Available On this Media | +----------------------------------+ 1) FD4000 CONTROL-M/Server for Solaris,AIX,HP-UX... 2) FD4001 CONTROL-M/Agent for Solaris,AIX,HP-UX... q) Quit Select the product to install:

Step 9

Specify 2 for CONTROL-M/Agent. The following prompt is displayed:


Enter destination directory (default: /home/ctmagent):

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Step 10

Press <Enter> to accept the default. Messages similar to the following are displayed on certain Unix systems (the numbers displayed can vary from those appearing below):
13+0 records in 260+0 records out

Step 11

The following prompt is displayed:


Enter CONTROL-M/Agent UNIX username [ctmagent]:

Step 12

Press <Enter> to accept the default. The following menu is displayed:


+---------------------------------+ | CONTROL-M/Agent Installation | +---------------------------------+ N - New installation of CONTROL-M/Agent U - Upgrade from previous version of CONTROL-M/Agent Q - Quit Select the required option:

Step 13 Step 14

Type N for a new installation, and press <Enter>. Progress messages similar to the following are displayed:
CONTROL-M/Agent for AIX will be installed in "/home/ctmagent" directory. Loading files. Please wait ...

The installation continues automatically. This process requires several minutes. After all required files have been loaded, messages similar to the following are displayed:
34+1 records in 700+0 records out Load completed successfully Executing ctm/scripts/ag_custom...

Step 15

The following prompt is displayed:


Enter CONTROL-M/Agent UNIX username [ctmagent]:

where <default_user> is the owner of the current directory.


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Step 16

Press <Enter> to accept the default. The following menu is displayed:


+---------------------------------+ | CONTROL-M/Agent Customization | +---------------------------------+ N - Customization of a newly installed CONTROL-M/Agent U - Upgrade from previous version of CONTROL-M/Agent Q - Quit Select the required option:

Step 17 Step 18

Type N and press <Enter>. The following prompt is displayed:


This procedure will install CONTROL-M/Agent for <platform> in directory /home/ctmagent. Do you wish to proceed? (y/n)

Step 19

Verify that the displayed information is correct, then type y and press <Enter>.
Note

Note for Solaris: All /etc files must be symbolic links to the /etc/inetd directory. If one of the two system files that are modified during the installation procedure (see Changes to System Files later in this chapter) is not a symbolic link, the following prompt will appear:
File: <file1> is not symbolic-link to <file2>. Confirm to continue (y/n):

Specify n to interrupt this procedure and make the symbolic link manually. If you specify y to continue, a message similar to the following will appear:
Notice: File $_SERVICES_FILE will be changed.

Step 20

Messages similar to the following are now displayed:


This procedure may modify certain system files. The original /etc/services file is saved in /etc/services.21822. The original /etc/inetd.conf file is saved in /etc/inetd.conf.21822. Enter the Agent service-name: [ctmagent]

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Step 21

Specify the service-name to be recorded in the /etc/inetd.conf file, and press <Enter>. If NIS is used at your site, the value specified should be the service-name recorded in the NIS services map (see Step 2 on page 9).

Step 22

For each remaining parameter, the appropriate prompt from the list below is displayed. In each instance, specify a value for the parameter or just press <Enter> to accept the default value displayed. These parameters are described in Parameters for CONTROL-M/Server and Agent on page 4-3.
Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter the the the the the the the CONTROL-M/Server Host Name: Backup CONTROL-M/Server Host Name: Agent-to-Server Port Number: [7005] Maximum Retries: [12] Timeout: [120] Time Between Retries: [0] Default Printer: [lpr]

Step 23

The next prompt depends on whether NIS is used at your site. If NIS is not used at your site the following prompts are displayed: Enter the Server-to-Agent Port Number: [7006] Enter the Communication Protocol: [TCP] Specify a value for each parameter or press <Enter> to accept the default value displayed If NIS is used at your site, these parameters are read from the Services file. The values assigned are displayed at this point.

Step 24

The following message is now displayed:


CONTROL-M/Agent installation procedure completed successfully.

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Step 3: Installing CONTROL-M/Server for Unix


In this step you will install CONTROL-M/Server for Unix version 6.0.02 on the same Unix computer on which you installed ENTERPRISE/CS in the previous step. This CONTROL-M installation will use the existing database server that was created in the previous steps for ENTERPRISE/CS and CONTROL-M/Agent. Follow the instructions in Chapters 6 and 7 of the CONTROL-M/Server for Unix Administrator Guide.

Installation Parameters
The following table describes parameters that should be checked before installation of CONTROL-M/Server on the Unix computer.
Table 5-2 Installation Parameters CONTROL-M/Server for Unix (Part 1 of 3)

Database Type
Sybase

Parameter
Primary Sybase SQL Server Port number Password of Database Administrator CONTROL-M Database Data Device Filename Path

Description
Default: 8760 This value is determined during installation of ENTERPRISE/CS (above). Default: password This value is determined during installation of ENTERPRISE/CS (above). The full pathname and filename for the Data file of the CONTROL-M database. The specified path must be an existing path for which the ENTERPRISE/CS user has READ and WRITE permissions. The filename must not be the name of an existing file. This file will be created during installation of CONTROL-M/Server.This file will be created during installation of CONTROL-M/Server. Example: <ecs_home>/database/ctrlm.dat

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Table 5-2

Installation Parameters CONTROL-M/Server for Unix (Part 2 of 3)

Database Type
Sybase (continued)

Parameter
CONTROL-M Database Log Device Filename Path

Description
The full pathname and filename for the Log file of the CONTROL-M database. The specified path must be an existing path for which the ENTERPRISE/CS user has READ and WRITE permissions. The filename must not be the name of an existing file. This file will be created during installation of CONTROL-M/Server.This file will be created during installation of CONTROL-M/Server. Example: <ecs_home>/database/ctrlm.log Use the following command to determine the Hostname of the Unix computer: hostname Default: ECS600 Use the following command from the ENTERPRISE/CS account on the Unix computer to determine the name Oracle instance: echo $ORACLE_SID

Enterprise Controlstation Server Location


Oracle

Oracle instance name

Oracle Listener Port

Default: 1521 Use the following command from the ENTERPRISE/CS account to check the Oracle port number: cat $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/tsnames.ora | grep -i port The output of this command will be PORT=<number>. The full pathname and filename for the Data file of the CONTROL-M database. The specified path must be an existing path for which the ENTERPRISE/CS user has READ and WRITE permissions. The filename must not be the name of an existing file. This file will be created during installation of CONTROL-M/Server.This file will be created during installation of CONTROL-M/Server. Example: <ecs_home>/oracle/oradata/ctrlm_dat.dbf

CONTROL-M Database Data Tablespace Filename Path

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Table 5-2

Installation Parameters CONTROL-M/Server for Unix (Part 3 of 3)

Database Type
Oracle (continued)

Parameter
CONTROL-M Database Index Tablespace Filename Path

Description
The full pathname and filename for the Index file of the CONTROL-M database. The specified path must be an existing path for which the ENTERPRISE/CS user has READ and WRITE permissions. The filename must not be the name of an existing file. This file will be created during installation of CONTROL-M/Server.This file will be created during installation of CONTROL-M/Server. Example: <ecs_home>/oracle/oradata/ctrlm_inx.dbf Default: manager This value is determined during installation of ENTERPRISE/CS (above). Use the following command to determine the Hostname of the Unix computer: hostname

Password of Database Administrator Enterprise Controlstation Server Location

Installation Steps
Use the following steps to install CONTROL-M/Server on a Unix machine.
Step 1

Connect the CD-ROM drive to the mount directory using the mount command. (See your system administrator for more information about the mount command.) Create user accounts for CONTROL-M/Server. For more information, refer to the appropriate appendix in the CONTROL-M/Server for Unix Administrator Guide. Log on to the controlm account.

Step 2

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Step 4

Use the following command to verify that no CONTROL-M/Server processes are active or pending:
ps -ef | grep p_ctm | grep <ctm_user_account>

If active or pending processes are detected, stop them.


Step 5

For Sybase: Verify that no Sybase SQL Server processes are active or pending by specifying the commands:
ps -ef | grep dataserver | grep <ctm_user_account>

If active or pending processes are detected, stop them. For Oracle: Verify that no Oracle SQL Server processes are active or pending by specifying the following commands:
ps -ef | grep ora_ | grep <ctm_user_account> ps -ef | grep tns_ | grep <ctm_user_account>

If active or pending processes are detected, stop them.


Step 6 Step 7

Insert the CONTROL-M/Server installation media in the CD-ROM drive. Go to the home directory of the CONTROL-M/Server user account using the following command:
cd <user_home_dir>

Step 8

Specify the following command to begin the installation procedure:


/<cd_path>/cd_inst

A screen similar to the following is displayed:


+----------------------------------+ | Products Available On this Media | +----------------------------------+ 1) FD4000 CONTROL-M/Server for Solaris,AIX,HP-UX,OSF 2) FD4001 CONTROL-M/Agent for Solaris,AIX,HP-UX,OSF q) Quit Select the product to install:
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Step 9

Specify 1 to install CONTROL-M/Server. You are prompted for the CONTROL-M/Server directory:
Enter destination directory (default: /home/controlm):

Step 10

Press <Enter> to accept the default installation directory (the home directory of the CONTROL-M/Server owner). You are prompted for the directory connected to the CD-ROM drive by the mount command:
Enter CD location (default: /<cd_path>):

Step 11

Press <Enter> to accept the default (the path of the CD-ROM drive). You are prompted for the username of the CONTROL-M/Server owner:
Enter UNIX username of CONTROL-M/Server owner [controlm]:

Step 12

Press <Enter> to accept the default Unix username under which CONTROL-M/Server should be installed This is the CONTROL-M/Server owner account. The following options are displayed:
+----------------------------------+ | CONTROL-M Installation | +----------------------------------+ N - New installation of CONTROL-M U - Upgrade from a previous version/level of CONTROL-M Q - Quit Select the required option.

Step 13

Specify N for a new installation, and press <Enter>. The following messages are displayed:
CONTROL-M will be installed in <controlm_path> directory. Loading files. Please wait ...

CONTROL-M files are extracted from the CD. This process requires several minutes. After all CONTROL-M files have been loaded, messages similar to the following are displayed.
2008+1 records in 40169+0 records out Load completed successfully

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Step 14

For Sybase on HP-UX or Solaris, skip to Step 16 on page 20. For Sybase on AIX:
14.A 14.B

In a different window, log in as user root If you have one CD-ROM drive - remove CTM CD FD4000 and insert the appropriate Oracle CD. If you have two CD-ROM drives verify that the appropriate Oracle CD is inserted.

14.C 14.D

Navigate to the CONTROL-M/Server owners home directory. Enter the following command: install/load_spe

For Oracle:
14.A 14.B 14.C

In a different window, log in as user root Navigate to the CONTROL-M/Server owners home directory. Enter the following command:
install/orapreinst.sh

The following prompt is displayed: Enter the location for installation of the new Oracle Database Server/Client (default: /home/controlm)

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14.D

Press <Enter> to accept the default installation directory (the home directory of the CONTROL-M/Server owner). The following message is displayed:
Creating Oracle Inventory pointer file (<oracle_path>/oraInst.loc)

Note: For AIX platforms, orapreinst.sh checks and may update the post_wait kernel extension. If it then asks you to reboot the machine before continuing with the installation, reboot the machine.
Step 15 Step 16

Log out of user root. In a window using the controlm_owner account, navigate to the CONTROL-M/Server home directory. Enter the following command:
setenv DISPLAY <computer_name>:0.0

Step 17

where <computer_name> is the host name of the computer from which the installation is being performed.
Step 18

Enter the following command to disable access control:


xhost +

Step 19

Enter the following command to begin installation customization:


install/custom

Step 20

The following menu is displayed:


CONTROL-M/Server Installation Database Choice 1) Sybase 2) Oracle q|Q Quit Select database for your CONTROL-M/Server option [1]:

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Step 21

For Sybase:
21.A

Type 1 and press <Enter>. The installation procedure prepares the necessary files and then displays the following prompt: Do you wish to continue with current installation [y]

21.B

Press <Enter> to continue the installation procedure. The following screen is displayed: CONTROL-M/Server Installation 1) Compact (One disk) 2) Typical (Two disks) 3) Custom (Up to five disks) q) Q Quit Select installation option [2]:

21.C

Press <Enter> to select the default installation (option 2 Typical). Skip to Step 22.

21.D

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21.A

Type 2 and press <Enter>. The following text is displayed: Before continuing with Oracle installation, please verify that you have done all of the following steps: 1. setenv DISPLAY <local_host_display>:0.0 2. Execute as root user: a. cd ~<controlm_owner> b. install/orapreinst.sh 3. In console window of <local_host> execute xhost +

21.B

The installation procedure prepares the necessary files and then displays the following prompt: Do you wish to continue with current installation [y] Press <Enter> to continue the installation.

Step 22

The following message is displayed:


+-----------------------------------------+ | CONTROL-M/Server Typical Installation | +-----------------------------------------+
Working...

Step 23

The installation script displays the following prompt:


Agent Platform Communication Parameters (Defaults): Do you wish to modify agent platform communication parameters [n]:

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Step 24

Type y and press <Enter>. The following parameters are displayed:


Default Parameters for Communicating with Agent Platforms: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Polling Interval: 900 Communication Timeout: 120 Maximum Retries: 12 Retry Interval: 90 Server-to-Agent Port Number: 7006 Communication Protocol Version: 03 Check Interval: 7200

a) Modify all of the above q) Quit c) Continue with installation (All time parameters expressed in seconds) Enter command or item number you wish to change [c]:

Step 25

If you changed the default value of Server-to-Agent port number during installation of the CONTROL-M/Agent, type 5 and press <Enter> to modify the Server-to-Agent port number. A prompt is displayed. Enter the Server-to-Agent port number that was specified during installation of the CONTROL-M/Agent.

Step 26

Type c and press <Enter> to continue the installation procedure. The following prompt is displayed:
Do you wish to modify defaults for communication and operational parameters [n]:

Step 27

Type y and press <Enter>. The following message is displayed:


>>>>> Warning <<<<< Port 7005/TCP is listed in afs3-volser afs3-volser 7005/tcp 7005/udp for a user other than ctm600 # Volume Managment Server # Volume Managment Server

This may create a potential conflict. Enter y to continue or any other key to abort :y

Note

This message is issued even if the 7005 port is available. Verify that this port is available, type y, and then press <Enter> to continue the installation procedure.

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Step 28

The following menu is displayed:


Communication Parameters: 1) Local IP Host Interface Name: <host name> 2) Agent-to-Server Port Number: 7005 3) Communication Protocol: TCP a) Modify all of the above q) Quit n) Next page Enter command or item number you wish to change [n]:

Step 29

Type 2 and press <Enter> to modify the Agent-to-Server port number. The following prompt is displayed:
Agent-to-Server Port Number (default: 7005) :

Enter the Agent-to-Server port number that was specified during installation of the CONTROL-M/Agent, and press <Enter>. The following prompt is displayed.
In order that this change will take effect in CONTROL-M, you will need to re-start CONTROLM. Use shut-ctm and start-ctm to re-start CONTROL-M.

Step 30 Step 31

Press <Enter> to continue the installation procedure. Type n and press <Enter> to proceed to Operational parameters menu. The following menu is displayed:
Operational Parameters: 1) InputProcess Communications Port Number: 6005 2) Maximum Job State Changes: 1000 3) ENTERPRISE/CS TCP/IP Port Number: 2370 4) ENTERPRISE/CS Release Version: 225 5) Statistics Mode: MEMNAME a) Modify all of the above p) Previous q) Quit c) Continue with installation Enter command or item number you wish to change [c]:

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31.A

Verify that the Input process Communications Port number in this menu matches the Port for the CONTROL-M/Server RT process that is described in Table 4-2, Installation Parameters CONTROL-M/Server and Agent, on page 4-3. Verify that the ENTERPRISE/CS TCP/IP Port Number in this menu matches the Port number for communication between CONTROL-M/Server and ENTERPRISE/CS that is described in Table 4-2, Installation Parameters CONTROL-M/Server and Agent, on page 4-3.
Note

31.B

To modify a parameter, specify the number appearing next to the parameter that you want to change. The installation procedure prompts you for each parameter as required.
Step 32

When you are satisfied with the values of all communication and operational parameters, Type c and press <Enter> to continue the installation procedure. Building the CONTROL-M Database (for Sybase)
Note

Step 33

This step is for only an installation with a Sybase database server. For Oracle installations, skip to Step 34.
33.A

The following prompt is displayed: This procedure builds the CONTROL-M database. Do you want CONTROL-M to use an existing Sybase SQL server? [n]:

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33.B

Type y and press <Enter>. The following menu is displayed:


Database Parameters: 1) CONTROL-M Database Owner(DBO): ctrlm 2) DBO Password: ####### 3) Database (Data Portion) Size: 30 MB 4) Remote Sybase Host Name: 5) Query Socket Port Number: 7102 6) CONTROL-M Database Name: ctrlm 7) CONTROL-M Database Data Device Name: ctrlm_ux 8) CONTROL-M Database Log Device Name: ctrlm_log 9) Data Physical Device Path Name: ???????? 10)Log Physical Device Path Name: ???????? a) Modify all of the above q) Quit Build CONTROL-M database Enter command or item number you wish to change [b] :

Warning

Do not change the default CONTROL-M Database Owner (DBO) (Option 1). It must be different from the name that was specified for the ENTERPRISE/CS Database Owner (DBO).
33.C

Type 4, and enter the Enterprise Controlstation Server Location (the host name), as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-14. Type 5 and enter the Primary Sybase SQL Server Port number (Default: 8760), as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-14. Type 9 and enter the CONTROL-M Database Data Device File Name Path, as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-14. The file will be created in the specified location during installation of CONTROL-M/Server. Type 10 and enter the CONTROL-M Database Log Device File Name Path, as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-15. The file will be created in the specified location during installation of CONTROL-M/Server.

33.D

33.E

33.F

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Press <Enter> to continue the installation. The following messages are displayed:
+--------------------------------------------+ | CONTROL-M/Server Database Installation | +--------------------------------------------+ Working... Building CONTROL-M database..

33.H

The following prompt is displayed, requesting the password of the Sybase Administrator:
Enter database administrators password : ...

33.I

Specify the Password of Database Administrator (Default: password) as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-14. The following prompt is displayed: Please confirm that you wish to build a new CONTROL-M database [y/n] :y

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Press <Enter> to continue the installation. The following prompt is displayed: Building the CONTROL-M database requires the Sybase System Administrators password. Do you wish to continue? [y]:

33.L

Press <Enter> to continue the installation. The installation procedure will continue processing, and will notify you when it has completed processing. Skip to Step 35.

33.M

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Step 34

Building the CONTROL-M Database (for Oracle)


34.A

The following menu is displayed:

CONTROL-M DATABASE INSTALLATION TYPE ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++ ++ ++ M - coMpact ++ ++ ++ ++ T - Typical ++ ++ ++ ++ C - Custom ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ q - quit ++ ++ ++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Enter the installation type you wish to use :

34.B

Type c and press <Enter>. The following menu is displayed:


CONTROL-M ORACLE DATABASE INSTALLATION TYPE

1) Dedicated Installation - ORACLE server & CONTROL-M database 2) Installation on Existing server - ORACLE client & CONTROL-M database r) <- Return to start q) quit Enter the Database type you wish to install on this machine :

34.C

Type 2 and press <Enter>. The following menu is displayed:

CONTROL-M ORACLE DATABASE SIZE ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ S - small M - medium L - large r) <- Return to start q) quit Enter the Database size you wish to install on this machine :

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34.D

Type M and press <Enter>. The following menu is displayed:

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ + CONTROL-M CLIENT_AND_DB + + + + Oracle Database Parameters + +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1) ORACLE database instance name : 2) CONTROL-M database user : controlm 3) CONTROL-M database user password: ######## 4) Oracle for <platform> CD path : ????? 5) Oracle Server Host Name: 6) Oracle LISTENER port number : 1521 7) Oracle SYSTEM password : ####### 8) CONTROL-M data tablespace name : ctrlm 9) CONTROL-M data tablespace Size : 250 MB 10) CONTROL-M data tablespace file name (full path): /home/ctm600o/oracle/oradata/ctrlm/data.dbf 11) CONTROL-M index tablespace size : 100 MB 12) CONTROL-M index tablespace file name : home/ctm600o/oracle/oradata/ctrlm/indx01.dbf a) b) r) q) Modify all of the above Build CONTROL-M Database <- Return to start Quit

Enter command or item number you wish to change :

34.E

Type 1 and enter the ORACLE database instance name, as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-15. Type 4 and enter the path for the CD-ROM drive to be used for the ORACLE installation CD. Type 5 and enter the Enterprise Controlstation Server Location, as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-15. Type 6 and enter the Oracle Listener Port, as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-15. Type 7 and enter the Password of Database Administrator (Default: manager), as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-15. Type 10 and enter the CONTROL-M Database Data Tablespace Filename Path, as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-15.

34.F

34.G

34.H

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34.K

Type 12 and enter the CONTROL-M Database Index Tablespace Filename Path, as determined in the installation parameters on page 5-15. To continue the installation (build the database), specify b and press <Enter>. The following messages are displayed:

34.L

############################################ ############################################ INSTALLING CONTROL-M/Server DATABASE CLIENT_AND_DB ############################################ ############################################ ################################################ Installation of Oracle SERVER Ended successfully ################################################

-or################################################ Installation of Oracle CLIENT Ended successfully ################################################ ############################################ ############################################ INSTALLING CONTROL-M/Server DATABASE ############################################ ############################################

Creating CONTROL-M/Server database scheme... Done. Adding the watchdog process ... In order to complete your Oracle installation you should run install/orapost.sh script under root user ... In order to save all communication parameters in /etc/services file you should run install/ctm_etcservices script under root user ... Installation of CONTROL-M/Server completed successfully Before starting CONTROL-M/Server please source the .cshrc file with the following command: % source cshrc

The % source cshrc message indicates that the installation completed successfully.

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34.M

In a different window, log on as the root account in the CONTROL-M/Server home directory. Enter the command install/orapostinst.sh. Press <Enter>. Log out from the root user account.

34.N 34.O Step 35 Step 36 Step 37

Log out. Log in to the CONTROL-M/Server user account. Proceed with installation of the ENTERPRISE/CS Client components on the Microsoft Windows computer (on page 5-32).

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Step 4: Installing ENTERPRISE/CS Client Components


In this step, you will install the following ENTERPRISE/CS client components on a Microsoft Windows computer. ENTERPRISE/CS GUI CONTROL-M/Desktop ENTERPRISE/CS Administration Facility ENTERPRISE/CS Reporting Facility Command-Line Interface (ENTERPRISE/CS Utilities)

Installation Parameters
Table 5-3 describes parameters that should be checked before installation of ENTERPRISE/CS Client components on a Microsoft Windows computer:

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Installation Parameters ENTERPRISE/CS Components for Microsoft Windows (Part 1 of 2)

Parameter
Database server logical name

Default
ECS600

Description For Sybase:


For Sybase, you will require two parameters: Use the following command on the Unix computer, to determine the name of the Sybase server: echo $DSQUERY (Default: ECS600) Use the following command on the Unix computer, to determine the name of the Sybase database: echo $ECS_DATABASE (Default: ecs600)

For Oracle
This parameter requires the name of the relevant Oracle instance. Use the following command from the ENTERPRISE/CS user account on the Unix computer to determine the name of the database server: echo $ORACLE_SID

Database Server Location

No default

The Location is the hostname of the Unix computer on which you will install the database server. Use the following command to determine the Hostname of the Unix computer:

hostname
Enterprise Controlstation Server Location
Windows computer host name In a default installation, this is the same as the name of the Database Server Location. Use the following command to determine the Hostname of the Unix computer: hostname Note: When installing ENTERPRISE/CS components on a Microsoft Windows computer, the default for this parameter will be the host name of the current computer (the Microsoft Windows computer). During installation, you will need to replace this name, with the hostname of the Unix computer.

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Table 5-3

Installation Parameters ENTERPRISE/CS Components for Microsoft Windows (Part 2 of 2)

Parameter
Port number of Database Server

Default
8760 (Sybase) 1521 (Oracle)

Description
Number of the port that is used to communicate with the database server on the Unix computer. To check the port number: For a Sybase database: 1. Issue the following command:

setenv DISPLAY <local_hostname>:0.0


2. From the home directory, issue the dsedit command 2. Click OK in the Select Directory Services dialog box. 3. The Directory Service Session dialog box is displayed. Under Available Servers, select your database server, and click Modify Server Entry Note the port number and click Cancel. For an Oracle database: 1. Go to $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/tnsnames.ora 2. Search for PORT=<portnumber>

Port number for the Orbix Server

3075

To determine the port number for the Orbix server at your site, navigate to the following location on the Unix computer: <home_directory>/appl/lib.3.3/bin.<platform> /Orbix2000/orbix_prep_file where <platform> is ibm4 (for AIX), sparc (for Solaris), or HP10 for (HP-UX) Search for locator.port=<portnumber> To determine the host name for the Orbix server at your site, navigate to the following location on the Unix computer: <home_directory>/appl/lib.3.3/bin.<platform> /Orbix2000/orbix_prep_file where <platform> is ibm4 (for AIX), sparc (for solaris), or HP10 for (HP-UX) Search for locator.host=<hostname> Location for shared report templates. By default templates are not shared. Use the following command on the Unix computer to determine the name of the user for the ENTERPRISE/CS database: echo $ECS_USER The default password is password. Ask the person who installed ENTERPRISE/CS Server components on Unix if he/she modified the default.
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Host name for Orbix

Same as Enterprise Controlstation Server Location

Path for Report Templates User name for ENTERPRISE/CS Database (DBO)

no default Name of Unix account used to install ENTERPRISE/ CS Server components password

Password for ENTERPRISE/CS Database (DBO)

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Step 1 Step 2 Step 3

Log on to a user account belonging to the Administrators group. Put the CD in the CD-ROM drive. Using Windows Explorer, select the drive containing the installation media and double-click SETUP.EXE. The ENTERPRISE/CS splash screen is displayed. After a few seconds, the Welcome window of the installation procedure is displayed: Click Next to continue the installation. The Choose Destination Location window is displayed: Click Next to choose the default destination (D:\Ecsnt) and to continue the installation. The Select Program Folder window is displayed: Specify the program folder to which Enterprise Controlstation program icons are to be added. The default folder, Enterprise Controlstation, is displayed. You can specify a new folder name in the Program Folders text box or select one from the Existing Folders list. Click Next to continue the installation. The Setup Type window is displayed: Select the Custom installation type. Click Next to continue the installation. The Select Components window is displayed. This window lists all of the Short Product Name components. Select the following components: Enterprise Controlstation GUI Administration Facility CONTROL-M Desktop Reporting Facility Command Line Interface

Step 4

Step 5

Step 6

Step 7

Step 8

Step 9

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Step 10

Click Next to continue the installation. The Installing window is displayed with a list of the components to be installed on the local computer. Click Next. The Database Server Type window is displayed. Specifying Database Information (for Sybase)
Note

Step 11 Step 12

This step is only for installations using a Sybase database. For Oracle installations, skip to Step 13 on page 5-37.
12.A

Select the Sybase option and click Next. The Database Server Name window is displayed. Enter the Database Server Logical name (described in the parameters table above) Click Next to continue. The Enterprise Controlstation Database Name window is displayed. Specify the name of the Short Product Name Database (Default: ecs600) Click Next. The Enterprise Controlstation Administrator window is displayed. Specify the ENTERPRISE/CS administrator (DBO) name and password. Reenter the password in the Confirm text box for verification. If you are using an existing ENTERPRISE/CS database, enter the ENTERPRISE/CS administrator (DBO) name and password for that database. Click Next to continue. Click Next. The Database User Properties window is displayed. The Database Server Name window is displayed.
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12.C

12.D

12.E

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Enter the Database Server Logical name (described in the parameters table above) Click Next to continue. The Enterprise Controlstation Database Name window is displayed. Specify the name of the Short Product Name Database (Default: ecs600). Skip to Step 14 on page 5-38.

12.K Step 13

Specifying Database Information (for Oracle)


13.A

Select the Oracle option and click Next. If Oracle components previously existed on the computer, the following prompt is displayed:

When Oracle components are installed, configuration information from the previous Oracle installation can be overridden. To install Oracle using your existing configuration defaults, click Yes. To install Oracle with new configuration defaults, click No.

13.B

Click No to continue. The Instance Properties window is displayed. Enter a name for the ENTERPRISE/CS database in the Instance text box. Enter the hostname of the computer on which the existing Oracle Server is installed. Enter the port number on the host computer used by the Oracle Server. Click Next. The Database User Properties window is displayed. Enter the username and password for the ENTERPRISE/CS database owner (DBO). (See Table 5-3, Installation Parameters ENTERPRISE/CS Components for Microsoft Windows, on page 5-33.) Reenter the password in the Password confirmation text box. Click Next. The Start Copying Files window is displayed. This window displays the Oracle components that will be copied to a specified location on the Microsoft Windows machine.

13.C

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13.E

13.F

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13.H Step 14

Click Next to complete configuration of the Oracle Server.

The Enterprise Controlstation Server Location window is displayed. Specify the host name of the ENTERPRISE/CS Server. This window is not displayed if you are installing a GUI server or if a GUI server is already installed on the computer. It is also not displayed during a Full installation. Click Next to continue. For Sybase only: The Server Properties window is displayed. Enter the Server Location and Port number. Click OK.

Step 15

Step 16

The Reporting Facility Global Template Path window is displayed. If you wish to store templates for the Reporting Facility, enter the path to the directory in which the Reporting Facility global templates will be stored. This directory should be Read-only for regular ENTERPRISE/CS users.

Step 17

Click Next. A window is displayed, asking for the Orbix 2000 host name and port number. For more information about these parameters, see the table on page 5-34. Enter the appropriate values.

Step 18

Click Next. The following message is displayed:


Preparing installation files. This may take a few minutes...

The files are installed and a progress bar is displayed indicating that a specific ENTERPRISE/CS component is being installed. The Install Shield Wizard Complete window is displayed.

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Step 19

Upon successful installation of all selected ENTERPRISE/CS components, the Install Shield Wizard Complete window is displayed. Select whether to restart the computer at this time (Yes) or restart at a later time (No). If you select Yes, be sure that there are no disks or CDs in external drives. Click Finish. There will be a delay of a few minutes while the installation process prepares files for installation.

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Phase 5 Post-Installation Configuration

After you have completed all the installation procedures described in Phase 4, there are certain configuration tasks that must be performed. These tasks ensure that the various elements of the CONTROL-M scheduling solution are able to communicate with each other.

On the Unix Computer


Perform the following steps on the Unix computer on which you installed CONTROL-M/Server and Agent and the ENTERPRISE/CS server components:
Step 1 Step 2

Log in to the unix account for ENTERPRISE/CS. Use one of the following commands to verify that the database server is active: For Sybase: isql -U <ecs_user> -P <password> For Oracle: sqlplus <ecs_user>/<password>

where <ecs_user> is the user name under which ENTERPRISE/CS was installed, and <password> is that users password for ENTERPRISE/CS (Default: password). If the database server is active an appropriate prompt is displayed.
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Step 3 Step 4

Type quit to exit the database server. Use the following steps to verify that the Orbix service is active.
4.A 4.B

Enter the root_menu command. Select and display the Activation Menu from the list of available menus. Select the Check All option

4.C Step 5

Select the Start All option from the Activation Menu (the same menu as in the previous step) to activate the ENTERPRISE/CS components. Log in to the Unix account for CONTROL-M. Use the following command to start CONTROL-M/Server:
start-ctm

Step 6 Step 7

On the Microsoft Windows computer:


Step 1

On the Windows desktop, click the following icon.

Step 2

In the dialog box that is displayed, specify the username and password that were specified for the Database administrator during installation of ENTERPRISE/CS (see Table 5-3, Installation Parameters ENTERPRISE/CS Components for Microsoft Windows, on page 5-33). Choose Component => New Component from the menu. The Component dialog box is displayed.
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Step 4

In the Type field, choose GUI Server to register the ENTERPRISE/CS GUI server that you installed on the Unix computer. When filling in the fields in the Component Dialog box note the following: The Desired State must be UP. The Machine Type is Unix. The Machine name must be the host name of the Unix computer on which you installed the ENTERPRISE/CS GUI server.

For more information about the fields in this dialog box, see page 3-33 of the Enterprise Controlstation Administrator Guide.
Step 5 Step 6 Step 7

Repeat Step 3 and Step 4 to register the Global Alerts Server (GAS). Repeat Step 3 and Step 4 to register the Global Condition Server (GCS). On the windows desktop click the following icon:

Step 8

Enter the ENTERPRISE/CS username and password (these are the same as the username and password that you specified in Step 2 on page 6-2). You are also requested for the Hostname. This refers to the hostname of the computer on which you installed the ENTERPRISE/CS GUI Server (the Unix machine). Use the following steps to create a CONTROL-M definition for the CONTROL-M/Server that you installed in Phase 4.
9.A

Step 9

Choose Tools => Communications => Administration. The Communication Administration window is displayed. Click New. The CONTROL-M Definition window is displayed.

9.B

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9.C

Fill in all mandatory fields in this window. Note: Specify the port number (default: 2370) that is used by CONTROL-M/Server to listen for communication from ENTERPRISE/CS (see Table 4-2, Installation Parameters CONTROL-M/Server and Agent, on page 4-3). Ensure that the Enable checkbox in the upper left-hand corner of the CONTROL-M Definition window, is selected.

Step 10 Step 11

Click

to return to the Administration Facility.

Choose Component => New Component from the menu. The Component dialog box is displayed. In the Type field, choose the name of ENTERPRISE/CS gateway for communication with the CONTROL-M that was defined in Step 9 on page 6-3. When filling in the fields in the Component Dialog box note the following: The name of the component ID must be the same as the CONTROL-M name defined in Step 9 on page 6-3. The Desired State must be UP. The Machine Type is Unix. The Machine name must be the host name of the Unix computer on which you installed the ENTERPRISE/CS GUI server.

Step 12

For more information about the fields in this dialog box, see page 3-33 of the Enterprise Controlstation Administrator Guide.

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Click to open CONTROL-M/Desktop. Create a CONTROL-M definition with the same properties and those specified in Step 9 on page 6-3. This will ensure that CONTROL-M/Desktop will allow creation of job processing definitions for the CONTROL-M/Server. For more information about how to create this definition, see page 9-2 in the CONTROL-M/Desktop User Guide.

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