As a root user log in to the Directory Server 2 host.
Run the netstat command to be sure the that the Directory Server administration port is open.
# cd /var/opt/mps/serverroot
# netstat —an | grep 1391
* 1390 *.* 0 0 49152 0 LISTEN
If the administration server is not running, start it now:
Start the Directory Server console.
# ./startconsole &
Log in to the Directory Server console using the following information:
Expand the example.com domain, the DirectoryServer-2.example.comnode, and the Server Group object.
You should see three Directory Server objects: an Administration Server, Directory Server (ds-config), and Directory Server (am-config).
Right-click the Server Group object, and choose “Create Instance Of.”
Choose Sun Java System Directory Server.
In the Create New Instance dialog, provide the following information and then click OK:
In the navigation tree, the new instance Directory Server (am-users) is added to the Server Group list.
In the navigation tree, click the Directory Server (am-users) to open its console.
Verify that the Server status indicates “Started.”
Click Open, then click the Directory tab.
In the DirectoryServer-2.example.com:1489 node, you should see the new user data store base suffix dc=company,dc=com .