|Oracle® Communications Service Broker System Administrator's Guide
Part Number E15183-01
This chapter describes how to add servers to and remove servers from your Oracle Communications Service Broker deployment:
To add a Processing Server or a Signaling Server:
Install Service Broker as described in Oracle Communications Service Broker Installation Guide.
If the installation is using well-known addresses to join the Processing Domain and the Signaling Domain, add the name, IP-address and port to the Coherence configuration. See section "Joining Domains Using Well-Known Addresses" in Chapter 8, "Managing Clusters".
Configure any server-specific configuration settings.
Configure security for the server. See Chapter 1, "Configuring Security".
Start the Processing Server or Signaling Server. See Chapter 2, "Starting and Stopping Processing Servers and Signaling Servers".
To remove a Processing Server or a Signaling Server:
Stop the Processing Server or Signaling Server. See Chapter 2, "Starting and Stopping Processing Servers and Signaling Servers".
Use the Administration Console or use scripts to remove all configuration entries that are specific for the server that is removed.
If the installation is using well-known addresses to join the Processing Domain and the Signaling Domain, remove it from the domain configuration. To remove a server from the Coherence configuration that uses well-known addresses to join domains, perform the following on all domains:
Identify which UniCastAddress MBean that corresponds to the server you are removing by checking the attribute ServerName for the MBean.
Invoke the operation removeUnicastAddress on the MBean UnicastAddressesMBean.
Un-install the software from the physical server using Oracle Universal Installer. See Oracle Communications Service Broker Installation Guide for information on de-installation.