Sun Java Communications Suite 5 Installation Guide

ProcedureTo Configure Calendar Server After a Configure Later Installation

  1. Configure Directory Server for communications services (Calendar Server, Messaging Server and Delegated Administrator) by running the Directory Preparation Tool,

    1. Verify that Directory Server is running.

      Refer to Starting and Stopping Directory Server.

    2. On the host where Directory Server is installed, run the Directory Preparation Tool.

      For example:

      perl /opt/SUNWcomds/sbin/
    3. When prompted by the script, select Schema 2 Native Mode as the schema type unless you need to retain compatibility with previous versions of Calendar Server, Messaging Server, or custom applications.

      For more information about making the appropriate choice, see the Sun Java System Communications Services 6 2005Q4 Schema Migration Guide.

  2. Verify that the second column in the /etc/hosts file contains the fully-qualified domain name (FQDN) rather than a simple host name.

    For example: mycomputer loghost

  3. If you intend to use Delegated Administrator to provision users for Calendar Server, you must perform additional steps to configure Delegated Administrator.

    Instructions for configuring the utility and provisioning users are contained in the Sun Java System Delegated Administrator 6.4 Administration Guide.

    Caution – Caution –

    This step only applies if your installation uses LDAP Schema 2, and if this step was not done during configuration of another communications product component.

  4. Configure Calendar Server by running the Calendar Server configuration program as follows:

    Solaris OS: CalendarServer-base /opt/SUNWics5/cal/sbin/

    Linux: /opt/sun/calendar/sbin/

    For more information on configuring Calendar Server, refer to the Sun Java System Calendar Server 6.3 Administration Guide.

  5. If needed, configure Calendar Server for use with the Sun Cluster software.

    Refer to Sun Cluster Data Services Configuration.